Enclosed is the usual donation to help your cause. Since I used your service I am pleased with it and the drivers are a joy to talk to. Bless you all. ~M.M.
We would like to thank you for remembering our birthdays. Wow! We also want to thank you for your continued help in getting us volunteer transportation. It makes it possible to stay in our house. ~J.S.
I cannot thank all of you enough for helping get my husband to and from his dialysis. I pray for you all and if I had a presentable vehicle to drive I’d happily join all of you in this endeavor. You are all truly a blessing to us. ~M.L.
Thank you for your kindness and service. Hope all the good you share others comes back to you in a BIG way. ~M.S.
Thank you for all the help and support given to me during 2014. I couldn’t have done all I did without all of you and heal slowly. I appreciated all you wondrous angels, God bless you all. Love and blessings ~H.H.
This is just a note to thank all of you for thinking of me and nominating me as a “Volunteer You Should Know. I was honored to be recognized as a volunteer doing something I so love and enjoy doing it. Volunteering with Interfaith Community Partners has given me the opportunity to meet wonderful thankful people which in turn makes me feel I get more from it than I give. It also reminds me to count my blessings. The luncheon was great and I enjoyed meeting fellow volunteers. Thank you again. ~M.D.
We would like to thank your organization for all the assistance you gave to our mother these past few years. She loved all the people who cared for her and talked very highly of all those who assisted her. We would like to make a donation in memory of our mother. Your work is so important to those in need and very much appreciated. Thank you all. ~The Family of G.M.
Just a note for the man who took me to my doc. He was very nice. I would like to use Interfaith Partners once again. I will send money when I can. Thank you. ~N.B.
Thank you so much for getting me a ride to the dentist last week. I was glad to get my tooth taken care of, as I needed a crown. The volunteer picked me up on time and she is a lovely, dear lady. She stayed with me for the hour it took to put on the temporary crown. With one hour with my mouth open, I sure had a sore mouth and tongue. Your Services help many people. I made an instant friend with the volunteer and the feeling was mutual. She had to take her husband to Loyola at 3 p.m. Thank you for the help when I needed it so badly. Is there a fee or charge for the service I was rendered on Tuesday? ~D.S.
As you know, my mom passed away on December 13, 2014. She was a wonderful mother and terrific person and my family and I miss her greatly. I want to thank all of you for the kindness and support you gave her, transporting her to and from Burger Square. She truly liked the volunteer lady that drove her. Please know the work you provide is truly a blessing to families and greatly appreciated. Her daughter ~M.M.
Rotary Social Services Project: AGING
The Rotary Club of La Grange, Illinois commissioned a video to showcase the works of local nonprofits. Interfaith Community Partners was one of more than a dozen organizations to be featured.
(Video produced by Motion Source)