Sunburst Corvette Club will be working throughout the year in support of the following charities:
Honor Flight Chicago was founded to recognize Chicago-land’s World
War II and Korean War veterans by flying them
Washington DC for a day of honor, remembrance and celebration.
Currently we are flying WWII and Korean War veterans, but we are
accepting applications from Vietnam War veterans for future flights.
After we have reached out to all WWII and Korean War veterans who
are interested, we will begin flying Vietnam veterans to Washington DC.
The Build Team was born out of a shared vision to give back to the
community. What started as a brief discussion on a Sunday
afternoon, led five business and professional leaders to come
together to help local families in financial need with essential homerepairs. The Build Team was launched in 2014 with the commitmentof efficiently and effectively utilizing its resources and donations to
meet those charitable objectives for families in Northwest Cook and
surrounding counties in Illinois. The Board of Directors approved
our first project in June. In August, the IRS approved our tax exempt
status as a 501(c)(3) charitable organization.
Miraculous Multiples Mothers of Twins Club (MMMOTC) is a non-profit support and social group for mothers (or expectant mothers) of multiples (twins, triplets, or more) in the McHenry County area. Membership is open to all mothers of
multiples (natural or adoptive).
Pioneer Center for Human Services is a 501(c)3, nonprofit
charitable organization that provides direct services
to thousands of individuals each year. The organization
also provides education and outreach to schools and
community organizations reaching over 10,000 additional
The Salvation Army is an International, Evangelical Christian Church
dedicated to providing individuals worldwide with spiritual, physical,
social and emotional support. Our organization is made up of
thousands of officers, soldiers, adherents, employees, volunteers
and other individuals all working together to bring the Gospel of
Jesus Christ to all people, as well as struggling to meet the physical
needs of those less fortunate.
The Salvation Army is a nonprofit, tax-exempt charitable
organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.
Donations are tax-deductible as allowed by law.