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Community Support Services is a private, nonprofit agency that initiates, provides and promotes services for people with intellectual/developmental disabilities and their families, within their communities, in order to strengthen their independence, self-esteem, and ability to participate in and contribute to community life.
1 Hour of Respite
2 Hours of Job Coaching
Art Group Supplies
Group Home Program Updates
e.g. $1000 for Adult Services Programs
Wally Warachowski and Tony Lovett of Knights of Columbus of Brookfield #15943 proudly presented a check for $1,507 to Nicole Omahen and Michelle Jimenez of Community Support Services (CSS.) Money raised through the K of C Tootsie Roll Drive earlier this year will support services for people with intellectual/developmental disabilities such as Down syndrome, autism and cerebral palsy.
Baird & Warner Chili Winter Freeze Tailgate LunchCome Support CSS at Baird & Warner's Chili Cook-Off!
CSS participants’ were joined by CSS parents, board members and supporters who all enjoyed a night of painting at CSS Academy. Everyone painted a fall-themed piece of artwork. A great night was had by all!
A Virtual House Warming …Yes, Even a Coffee Maker Can Make a Difference!CSS is preparing to open a new group residence which will be home to five women with intellectual/developmental disabilities. You can make this house a home for these ladies by participating in our virtual house warming party. Gifts start at just $9.99.
Check out the Community360 Day Program! Participants experience theme-based learning.Click here for more information.
Even if you missed the event, you can still view the story of David, Chis, Jimmy, and Ken!
Click the picture above for the video.
CSS is honored to be a part of La Grange Gives again this year. CSS, and other local nonprofits, are partnering with La Grange restaurants between Feb. 15th - 28th. Eat at any participating restaurant and present the attached flyer, and a portion of the proceeds with benefit CSS.
CSS participants enjoyed the show, "To Master the Art, at the Theatre of Western Springs. Admission was courtesy of Eddie Sugarman, the theatre's Executive Creative Director. Sugarman, pictured in the back row, will emcee this year's Beat the Odds fundraiser for CSS.