Creatively Caring works with local businesses and non-profit organizations to enrich our community through fun, family service projects. Diverse families with children of all ages are encouraged to participate in our projects which help people, animals and the environment. By taking an active part in community service, our youth develop self-confidence and cultivate a greater sense of responsibility, tolerance and empathy for others. When we plant these values as seeds in our children, they grow with our children and eventually become an integral part of their core beliefs. Children then feel empowered to create positive change and to make a difference. In turn, we strengthen our families and our communities.
We serve the Greater Chicago area, including the North Shore, the northern Cook County suburbs and the southern Lake County suburbs.
Creatively Caring loves to put a creative twist on everything we do. We offer many ways for you to get more involved in creating a strong and spirited community. We serve the Greater Chicago area, including the North Shore, the northern Cook County suburbs and the southern Lake County suburbs.
The Leader Project
Kids brainstorm ideas, create, prepare and promote community service projects.
Make Two: One for Me, One for You!
Children make one craft to take home and one to donate to a local charity.
Creatively Caring Kids Special Events
We work with local businesses and other charities to create fun ways for children to give back.
Creatively Caring Families Meetup
For families with children of all ages, we offer a local meetup group. Here we provide a place for families to meet each other for fun, educational and service-based events.
Intergenerational Art Appreciation Hour Our Creatively Caring Families Meetup group participates in this rewarding program with the adult residents of Arden Courts. Sometimes do a craft, while other times we play a game together.
Our Mission: We provide opportunities for families to get involved in hands-on community service projects that help people, animals, and the environment.
For more information go to: www.creativelycaring.org