Organized by dedicated Arlington Heights residents, this annual holiday cheer project sells small evergreen trees with $5 of every purchase donated to a charity. This year, they chose Arlington Cares. Over 120 homes in Arlington Heights raised $3,640 for Arlington Cares. Thank you
The Arlington Heights Rotary Club, Village Bank, and Arlington Cares partnered to host a food drive. All donations were provided to Wheeling Township and Elk Grove Township. Thank you to everyone who came out on a cold day to volunteer and donate!
This dynamic duo at GetBurbed made the magic happen with GetBurbedBites ! @Properties chose Arlington Cares as their 2020 Charity of the Year. They were the brains and creativity behind helping our community raise $2,000 for Arlington Cares! You are awesome!!! THANK YOU Holly Conners and Kari !!
Arlington Cares presented a check in the amount of $30,000 to Mayor Tom Hayes and Village Manager Randy Recklaus. This is the single largest donation in Arlington Cares History!!! 2020 has been a challenging year for the residents we serve. The community’s overwhelming generosity has humbled and touched us all. Our sincerest thanks for your support in helping our neighbors in need.
View the check presentation on our Facebook Page here!
A real estate office is teaming up with downtown Arlington Heights restaurants to support residents in need.
Now more than ever many of our neighbors are in need of our help. Some are fighting the illness. Others are caring for loved ones. Many who never thought they would need assistance, are for the first time in their lives, asking for our help. Arlington Cares has pledged to raise $25,000 for our neighbors during this difficult time. As we continue to respond to our neighbors in need, we humbly ask for your support. Please consider making a donation. We’re all in this together.
On March 12th, President Ron Crawford, Liaison Nicole Espinoza, and Vice President Bridget Schank presented a donation of $20,000 to Village Manager Randy Recklaus and Mayor Tom Hayes. This donation is allocated to the Village of Arlington Heights Emergency Assistance Fund, which helps Arlington Heights residents who are experiencing a temporary economic crisis. These funds were raised through our 2019 events, which included our concert at the Metropolis Theater, Bingo Night at the Arlington Ale House, our Annual Cooper’s Hawk Wine Event, and Texas Hold ‘Em nights. Thank you to all our generous sponsors and donors for making this possible!
Arlington Cares was the proud recipient of the 2019-2020 Rotary Community Grant. Funds from this grant were utilized to assist the Summer Meals program for the Dryden community.
President Ron Crawford and Liaison Nicole Espinoza presented the 2019 Not-for-Profit of the Year award to SALUTE, INC founders Will and Mary Beth Beiersdorf.