Chapter Charity

In 2019, we are supporting Sarah's Circle, an organization helping women rebuild their lives!

Sarah's Circle is a non-profit organization with a mission of serving women who are homeless or in need of a safe space. Located in Chicago's Uptown Community, Sarah's Circle has provided support for thousands of women since 1979.

Today Sarah's Circle has a Daytime Support Center open to any woman in need, a 50-bed interim housing (shelter) program for women who are currently homeless, and permanent supportive housing for women who have a disabling condition and have been chronically homeless. Across programs, Sarah's Circle staff use best practices and provide case management and supportive counseling to help women achieve their goals.

The programs have three overarching goals:

  1. Welcome all women with safety, respect, and community.
  2. Support women's growth in all aspects of wellness: physical, emotional, life skills, economic, and realizing their unique potential.
  3. Help each woman find her home.

Donate NOW

Come support our Chapter Charity for an exceptional (Virtual) Beer Fest!

Thursday, September 17, 2020
6:00-7:00 PM CST
Hosted Virtually

Join the virtual fun and enjoy music, trivia, and an exciting silent auction and paddle raise.

Accepting Chapter Charity Applications

We are currently accepting applications for a 2021 – 2022 Chapter Charity which we will support in the coming years. 100% of funds raised will go directly to support nonprofits in our community. Do you know of an organization that would like to apply?

Please send them the application/questionnaire to complete and return.






We hope that you'll continue to support the wonderful charities that
our chapter has sponsored in previous years.   
The Andrew Weishar Foundation  2017 - 2018
Chicago Hornets Youth Sled Hockey Team 2015-2016
          Chicago Hornets Youth Sled Hockey Team 2013-2014
Off the Street Club 2011-2012 
The Gift of Carl Foundation  2009-2010
Diveheart Foundation  2007-2008
 Gilda's Club Chicago  2005-2006