Longtime Outreach supporters Hal and Jennifer Merck share their heart for Kingdom giving, why they chose Outreach, and how they maximize their gifts.
Thank you to the Roselle Knights of Columbus and Caputo's Fresh Market stores for donating coats to OCC! A total of 267 coats in kids' sizes from XS to XL were donated.
A group of Wheaton transfer students recently cleaned and organized the transitional housing facility while finding out more about the experiences of young, single mothers.
Thanks to the generosity of two local church groups, students from OCC-Villagebrook have been outfitted with backpacks filled with school supplies.
A former OCC staff member continues supporting the annual college tour by donating towards it and motivating students to raise money for the trip at the same time.
Thanks to Wheaton Bible Church volunteers for getting their hands dirty and serving at OCC-Villagebrook's after-school program.
Seven-year-old Gray Taylor is spreading Christmas cheer to vulnerable kids this holiday season, as she donates 59 books to the Books for Birthdays ministry.
Inspired by their experience growing up at OCC-Villagebrook and passionate about working with kids, a pair of college students volunteer at their old stomping grounds.
When his neighbors' shed needed repairs, Big Buddy Dick Routsen saw an opportunity to teach life skills and the value of hard work to a student at OCC.
Wheaton Bible Church volunteers served Outreach at multiple sites earlier this month, tackling everything from indoor spring cleaning to yard work.
After seeing the ministry change lives in their community, a local couple chooses to support Outreach as Partners.
The Books for Birthdays team launched a sharing library at Jubilee Village, which is composed of gently used books for moms and their children.
Jubilee Village thanks Junior League of Kane and DuPage Counties (JLKD) for making a difference in the lives of young, single mothers through recent service projects.
Hearts of Grace launched Books for Birthdays, a project that will provide every child in OCC’s elementary school program and toddlers at Jubilee Village a new book and treats on his or her birthday.
Charlie and Bette Varvaro share why they choose to support Outreach as Partners.
An Outreach supporter uses his birthday party as an opportunity to serve Outreach and introduce friends and family to the ministry.
Jubilee Furniture volunteers discover that the only thing better than volunteering is volunteering with your friends.
Scott and Amy Shelton share why they choose to support Outreach as Partners.
Volunteer and supporter Rick Knoedler shares why his small group is volunteering at this year's Christmas Store for the fourth year.
Meet Janet Milton, one of the newest volunteer tutors in the elementary program at Outreach Community Center in Carol Stream.
Becky tried to act happy. But all she felt was disappointment. Growing up with a single mom, her family didn’t have much extra cash. So when Christmas approached, Becky’s mom visited the local firehouse where
After spending nearly two decades as overseas missionaries, Dave and Jana Jenkins transitioned into a new home and a new mission at Jubilee Village.
What prompts a teenager to choose Outreach as her charity of choice?
For more than 30 years, Ken Kelley has supported Outreach because of its church partnership model and programs that make a difference in the lives of local youth, families and older adults.
Thank you to local artist Cherith Lundin for holding a studio sale to benefit Jubilee Village!