HOPE’S FRONT DOOR was one of 36 not-for-profit organizations to receive a grant at the DuPage Foundation’s Spring Grant Awards Breakfast held on Tuesday, June 12, at Glen Oak Country Club in Glen Ellyn. The DuPage Foundation awarded more than $500,000 in grants to organizations working in the area of Health and Human Services. The grant received will help underwrite the purchase of a computer and printing to be used for self-sufficiency workshops and the Pathways to Employment program.
DuPage Foundation awards grant to Hope’s Front Door. From left: Jim Biancalana, Roger McDougal; DuPage Foundation Trustee; Natalie Biancalana and Judy Biancalana; Janell Robinson and Kathy Nazzarini, Hope’s Front Door.