What’s New at LPCS
Alternative Christmas Fair Trade Store and Bake Sale, Lincoln Park Presbyterian,
The Alternative Christmas Store and Bake Sale at Lincoln Park Presbyterian, 600 W. Fullerton, will be openand Sun. Dec. 8, 12 noon to 5 p.m. Fair Trade and organic products, including chocolate, coffee, honey, olive oil, jewelry, wood, cotton, silk, and alpaca items will be available. Shoppers also will have the opportunity to fund farm animals through Heifer International, support the Lincoln Park Community Shelter and buy fresh, home-baked goods from LPPC kitchens to benefit ...
April 4, 2014 7 p.m. to midnight
Sponsoring Metamorphosis Party is a great way to support LPCS and gain exposure for your growing company or business!
Donor Spotlight: Neighborhood Associations
This month, we would like to celebrate the Neighborhood Associations that have been generously providing grants as well as volunteers to LPCS every year! The Wrightwood Neighborhood Association, the Mid-North Neighborhood Association, and the Sheffield Neighborhood Association have all been strong supports of LPCS, and we have greatly appreciated the partnerships we have built!
The Lincoln Park Community Shelter has this name for a very specific reason, and it is the emphasis on Community. In many ways, we exist because of the strong support of people from the community, and in return we try to give back to the community in a number of ways as well. Individuals, organizations, and businesses in the community donate funds to LPCS, needed items, and also give their time to volunteer. We give back by providing safe housing for those in need, volunteering as Guests and Staff at local ...