15th Annual Compassion in Action Dinner Benefiting Those in Need in the South Suburbs
Wednesday, February 20, 2019 by Communications


Catholic Charities South Suburban Regional Advisory Board will host its 15th annual Compassion in Action Dinner benefiting Catholic Charities emergency assistance programs for families in need in the South suburbs. Honorees include Thornton Township District 205 Student Board of Education and Sister Miriam Patrick Cummings, SSND, executive director of Corazón a Corazón.

Idlewild Country Club, 19201 Dixie Highway, Flossmoor

6 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Saturday, February 23, 2019

Reservations are $65 per person or $650 for a table of ten. Tickets are available at www.catholiccharities.net/compassion.

Sponsorships are available. Contact Christopher Torres at (708) 333-8379 or email cltorres@catholiccharities.net for additional details or with any questions.

About Catholic Charities Southwest Region
Catholic Charities South Region Office is located at 12731 S. Wood Street in Blue Island.  The office serves the communities of: Burnham, Dixmoor, East Hazel Crest, Ford Heights, Lynwood, Markham, Phoenix, Sauk Village, South Chicago Heights, Calumet Park, Riverdale, Blue Island, Posen, Robbins, Dolton, Calumet City, South Holland, Lansing, Thornton, Glenwood, Chicago Heights, Park Forest, Richton Park, Matteson, Olympia Fields, Flossmoor, Homewood, Hazel Crest, Country Club Hills, and Harvey.  

About Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese Chicago
Helping anyone in need since 1917, Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Chicago is one of the largest private, not-for-profit social service agencies in the Midwest. Every 30 seconds someone counts on Catholic Charities for help.  Catholic Charities fulfills the Church’s role in the mission of charity by providing compassionate, competent, professional services that strengthen and support individuals, families and communities. Each year we assist anyone in need in Cook and Lake Counties without regard to religious, ethnic or economic background as they journey on their paths to self-sufficiency. Return | Print