Your Support Is Critical
We are in need of your support now, more than ever, in response to this crisis.
It has always been our mission to help those in need, and during this crisis we are ramping up our efforts to help partner organizations and the community. We have expanded our services to provide more meals, resources, and support to Chicagoans experiencing homelessness and poverty.
Make a Donation
Donations to help us stay afloat and get through this period are needed.
We have modified and expanded our services to provide more support to our community than ever before during this crisis. By giving a gift you are helping us continue to be able to provide essential needs to our participants and the community. Click here to make a contribution today!
You can make your gift go even further!
Help homeless and low-income individuals by setting up a monthly, tax-deductible donation through the Catalyst Donor Monthly Giving Program.
Get involved as a volunteer!
Inspiration Corporation relies on the support of volunteers. To learn more, please check out our volunteer page:
We are in need of a variety of supplies for our participants:
- Donations of to-go containers and food supplies are critical right now.
- Donations of toiletries, hand sanitizer, and masks.
- Donations of cleaning supplies and kits.
- Donations of books, games, cards, etc. for families and those who are socially isolated.
We have created an Amazon Wishlist that we are updating regularly. Select “Gift Registry Address” at checkout and the order will be shipped directly to us.
Other Ways to Give
Ta’Sha first came to Inspiration Corporation through a referral from an emergency shelter where she had been staying with her nine children, whose ages range from one to twelve.
She told us, “Getting housing opened new doors, better doors, for me. It stopped me worrying.” After almost a year in her new home, Ta’Sha decided to enroll in our Foodservice Training Program and pursue employment in the culinary industry to help provide for her kids. Read more about her story here