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Skokie Community Foundation’s “Skokie Spirit Shines Through” Campaign Recognized In Chicago Tribune Article

June 1st, 2022|

Skokie Community Foundation (SCF) was recognized in a Chicago Tribune Article for the "Skokie Spirit Shines Through" Campaign. SCF Board of Directors Deputy Vice Chair Ann Tennes was interviewed by Pioneer Press reporter Myrna Petlicki about the 2020 donation

Skokie Community Foundation Honored By Illinois State Senator Ram Villivalam

May 15th, 2022|

Illinois State Senator Ram Villivalam (8th District) presented the Skokie Community Foundation (SCF) on May 13 with a proclamation by the Illinois State Senate commending SCF for its campaign to provide emergency financial assistance to Skokie families during the

Buona Beef Skokie to Host Event to Support Skokie Community Foundation 9/2/21

August 24th, 2021|

SkokieNews - Buona Beef Skokie will host a family-friendly event to support SCF initiatives Sept. 2, 2021. The event will feature colorful balloons, coloring for kids, merch giveaways, free samples and more. Participants can dine in or drive thru.

SCF Board Members Clean Up Neighborhood as Part of Clean Green Skokie

April 30th, 2021|

Skokie News - Skokie Community Foundation board members pictured here lent a hand on a sunny Saturday afternoon and participated in the Clean, Green Skokie! clean up event bagging trash throughout the neighborhood.

Village Employees Contribute More Than $19,000 to the Skokie Community Foundation

March 31st, 2021|

NewSkokie Newsletter - Village employees generously contributed more than $19,000 to SCF through their 2020 Giving Campaign. The employee donations support SCF's grant awards to local organizations whose projects benefit Skokie residents.

Skokie Spirit Shines Through Campaign Featured in Newsletter’s Year In Review

February 5th, 2021|

NewSkokie Newsletter - page 11 - The Skokie Community Foundation’s Skokie Spirit Shines Through Campaign is featured in SkokieNews’ “2020 Year in Review.” The campaign began in late March of 2020 and raised over $60,000 to assist Skokie residents

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