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Congratulations to the 3 winners of Home of the Sparrow’s Cash for Quarantine Drawing!

Although #GivingTuesday was recognized on Tuesday, May 5th, 2020, Home of the Sparrow is amazed by the generosity that the community has shown us. All throughout the month of May, Home of the Sparrow hosted a Cash for Quarantine Drawing as a way to spread awareness about #GivingTuesday and to give back to the those

Thank you to Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Illinois for supporting Home of the Sparrow with a $20,000 grant!

It’s #ThankfulThursday! Thank you to Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Illinois for supporting Home of the Sparrow with a $20,000 grant from their COVID-19 Community Collaboration Fund!

Home of the Sparrow at the Daily Herald

In this article, the Daily Herald highlights how Home of the Sparrow is navigating the impacts of the pandemic.  With the generous support of the community, Home of the Sparrow is able to continue to help homeless women and children in McHenry County and Northern Illinois. We are proud to be mentioned as the Charity

National Volunteer Appreciation Week: Thank you to all of our volunteers!

In the midst of unprecedented times, Home of the Sparrow would like to take a moment to thank our amazing volunteers during National Volunteer Appreciation Week! Our volunteers are the heart of our organization and mean the world to us. Thank you for helping us change the lives of homeless women and children in our

Thank you to My Sister’s Dress for raising over $5,500 to support Home of the Sparrow!

This past Saturday, My Sister’s Dress held their annual dress sale and had a great turnout! My Sister’s Dress raised over $5,500 to support Home of the Sparrow’s homeless women and children!

#ThankfulThursday: Stuffed Monkeys for the Children at our McHenry Shelter!

It’s time for this week’s #ThankfulThursday! Thank you to the members of the Keith Urban fan club for their special donation to the children at our shelter! For 14 years, members of Keith Urban’s fan club have delivered thousands of monkeys to children who are sick, hospitalized, or underprivileged in the U.S., Canada and Australia.