ways to help wings program

WINGS is able to assist hundreds of people impacted by domestic violence each year, thanks to the generosity and commitment of others. There are so many ways to help us accomplish our mission. Here are some of the ways you can help:

 
Volunteer

Volunteers play an important role in staffing our resale stores, our logistics center, and our Safe Houses. They also help make our fundraising events successful. Please contact: 

Bruna Srb 
EMAIL| 847-519-7820, ext. 216

 
Donate to our Resale Stores

WINGS needs your gently used clothing, housewares, accessories and furniture to stock our three resale stores in the northwest suburbs. All profits generated by these resale stores benefit our programs and services. Donations are accepted at all of our three resale stores in Arlington Heights, Schaumburg and Niles and at our Logistics Center in Elk Grove Village. For more information, please contact: 

Erick Dahl  
EMAIL |
 847-519-7820, ext. 350

 
In-Kind Gift Donations

WINGS relies on in-kind donations of a wide range of goods throughout the year. In-kind donations from individuals, local businesses and faith communities play a big role in supporting the work we do. In-kind donations help WINGS.

 
Become a Financial Supporter: Circle of Hope Giving Society

Your charitable gift to WINGS means the world to the families we serve. WINGS welcomes financial donations from individuals and organizations, all of which help to support the important work that we do. To learn more about making a one-time donation or becoming a member of our Circle of Hope Giving Society, please contact: 

Terri Channer
EMAIL| 847-519-8920, ext. 210

 
Attend Our Events

If you would like to know more about upcoming events or about event sponsorship, please contact: 

Nikki Katrodia
EMAIL| 847-519-8920,ext. 233

 
Host a Donation Drive

WINGS is always in need of items for our clients!  If you are interested in hosting a donation drive for necessities for our clients, please contact: 

Shelley Welch
EMAIL | 847-577-4668