Home of the Sparrow will be closing its Sparrow’s Nest Thrift Store and Donation Center located at: 781 S. Randall Rd. Algonquin, IL. effective October 31st. The decision was made not to renew the lease thus closing the store. For the past seven years, the store had to overcome many obstacles such as road construction
Home of the Sparrow’s Sparrow’s Nest Thrift Stores, Community Threads, and local businesses will have festive Holiday Giving Trees set up in Mid-October. The trees will have paper ornaments with items from our Shelter Needs Wish List. Please feel free take as many ornaments as you’d like, then return items back to the store of
Home of the Sparrow’s Holiday Gift Programs offers three great ways for individuals, groups, and businesses to give back to homeless women and children this holiday season! If you have any questions, please contact Jennifer Kolarczyk, Events & Volunteer Program Manager, at (815)271-5444 x224 or JKolarczyk@hosparrow.org. Thank you!
Visit www.hosparrow.org/publication-2 to read more about Home of the Sparrow’s Algonquin Sparrow’s Nest Thrift Store Closure, GoFundMe, Holiday Gift Program and Holiday Giving Trees, Volunteering, and more!
Home of the Sparrow would like to share some resources with you all in this time of need. Please check out these McHenry County resources if you are in need of assistance programs to help with rent, bills, prescription medicines, and health and care services. We hope everyone is staying safe and healthy!
CLICK HERE to Donate to Home of the Sparrow’s GoFundMe Campaign Today! Home of the Sparrow has been serving Homeless women and children since 1987 – For over 34 years the organization has helped thousands of families achieve a better future. As with many non-profit organizations Home of the Sparrow relies on grants, donations, revenue