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Sleep Out City
Empathizing With Those in Need
Sleep Out Saturday to Raise Money for Bridge Communities
Teens Get Glimpse of Homelessness
Naperville Woman Shares Story of Homelessness
DuPage County's Sleep Out Saturday Fundraises for Bridge Communities Program
Sleep Out Saturday--NCTV 17
Teens to sleep outside all night to support homeless families
St. Charles youths to sleep outside for homeless awareness
Sleep Out Saturday raises money to house homeless families
4 Elmhurst sites to participate in all-night homelessness fundraiser
Sleep Out Saturday a Show of Support for Invisible Homeless
COD Students "Sleep Out" to End Homelessness
Hinsdale Church Encourages Sleep Out Saturday
Youth Group Braves Cold for Sleep Out Saturday
Sleep Out Saturday on NCTV 2012
NCTV Interview 2011
Personal Story from Megan
Personal Story from Yvonne
Fact sheet on homelessness and the working poor in DuPage County Illinois
Frequently Asked Questions about Sleep Out Saturday
Frequently Asked Questions about Bridge Communities
Information on why you should get involved with Sleep Out Saturday
Impact that Sleep Out Saturday has on Bridge Communities Transitional Housing Program
How do families become homeless?
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Ann Pitcher, P.S. Communications, Inc.(630) email@example.com
Sikich - www.sikich.com95.9 The River - www.959theriver.com
BMO Harris Bank - www.harrisbank.comColdwell Banker Charitable FoundationGrand Prairie Transit - www.cookillinois.comBank of America - www.bankofamerica.com First Midwest Bank www.firstmidwestbank.comGlen Ellyn Bank & Trust - www.glenellynbank.comNaperville Bank & Trust - www.banknaperville.comNaper Grove Vision Care - www.napergrove.comWheaton Bank & Trust - www.wheatonbank.com
School of Rock DuPageSchool of Rock Glen EllynABC 7 ChicagoWest Suburban Bank
Oxford BankProvidence BankNICORMarcus & Millichap
To learn more about homelessness and poverty in DuPage County, visit www.dupagehomeless.org
To learn more about becoming a Sleep Out Saturday sponsor, email Chad Pedigo at firstname.lastname@example.org or (630) 545-0610 ext. 19.
The Illinois Basic Economic Security Tables show that, for a family of 3 (adult, preschooler, school-age child) $72,420 is the needed annual salary in order to be economically secure in Illinois.
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