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!
To kick off National Volunteer Week, Warrenville Youth & Family Services held its first Volunteer Appreciation Event.
Students and mentors from the Big Buddy mentoring program at OCC enjoyed horseback riding lessons at a local ranch thanks to volunteers from Wheaton Bible Church.
Matches from the Link mentoring program recently took archery lessons at Blackwell Forest Preserve.
WYFS mentoring and academic coaching programs are kicking off another school year with some exciting changes.
Wheaton Christian Reformed Church launched the inaugural Fun in the Park program this summer for kids at Villagebrook Apartments.
Puente del Pueblo students enjoyed horseback riding lessons at a local ranch thanks to volunteers from Wheaton Bible Church.
Thank you to First Presbyterian Church of Glen Ellyn for ministering to young, single mothers in Outreach's transitional housing program!
The LINK mentoring program is thriving thanks to committed volunteers.
We are so grateful for the 80 CareFest volunteers who served Outreach!
Outreach Community Center at Villagebrook Apartments in Carol Stream is having a busy and exciting spring.
Charlie is the first volunteer at Outreach Community Center in Carol Stream to reach 20 years of service.
Brothers showing academic and behavioral decline show positive changes as a result of mentoring and tutoring.
Throughout mid-December 2014, a volunteer team of men from First Presbyterian Church of Glen Ellyn worked at Jubilee Furniture's new extension.
The Quest and Link Mentoring youth development programs at Warrenville Youth & Family Services serve junior high and high school students who are vulnerable. Watch Ashlee's story.
Sometimes, all it takes is a group of fourth- and fifth-grade girls to make a difference. Local moms Jill Tweeten and Shauna Smith know this firsthand. They’ve been co-leading a Bible study for 15 grade
Thanks to Wheaton Bible Church for serving Outreach at its annual Carefest day of service! On the morning of Saturday, May 3, nearly 100 volunteers from the church worked on projects at Jubilee Village, Wheaton Youth
Veggies and dip. Popcorn. Granola bars. Fruit. Cookies. Nothing fancy—just snacks you’d bring to a Bible study or make for your kids. But for members of Grace Church of DuPage who bring snacks to WYFS's Quest
“From the time I was in elementary school, I always wanted to be a teacher,” says Diane Routson. But life for this 30-year-resident of Wheaton took her down a different path. Diane, an avid mathematician,
Outreach believes relationships change lives. That’s why programs such as mentoring can make a difference between a youth spent engaging in risky behaviors and a youth filled with hope and bright opportunity. Bob LeDeur is