DONORS &
SUPPORTERS

2020 Supporters & Donors

Help Us Bring Hope to Families in Guatemala City

Donors & Supporters

HOPE’S IN is grateful to the people who have supported their mission throughout the years. Thank you for being part of our story of hope and empowerment in Guatemala City!

 

2020

 

2020 Sponsors

Treasure Sponsors 

American Eagle Packaging
Barrington Wealth Management
The Barry Family
Kevin Willoughby of Northwestern Mutal 
The Foglia Family Foundation
Kirsten’s Home for Hope Supporters
Mikayla Nelsen’s Home for Hope Supporters
Fox Valley Fire & Safety
The Konicek & Hannigan Families
The Foglia Family Foundation
Tim Rice and Family
Fox Valley Fire & Safety
The Medical Staff at Northwestern of Huntley, McHenry, and Woodstock
The Haage Family

Gold Sponsors

The Tampico Foundation
Dr. Ning Wu
The Barrington Service League
The Burkhead Family
The Desmond-Keuer Family
The Greenberg Family
The Monogrammed Peony
Brian and Leigh Niven
The Van Dam Family
Cindy Cowdrey

 

Major Community Sponsors and Supporters 

The Barrington Area Community Foundation
OMO Barrington
The Barrington Junior Women’s Club
The Wheaton Rotary Club
Avolon Aerospace

 

 

Platinum Sponsors

The Kraimer Family
Matthew and Grace Krieps
Bob and Anne Lee
Dr. Rob Romolo and Family
Julie Howard
Katie and Chris Karam
Jon Norman
Audio Visual Productions

The Disney Family Volunteering Reward Program

Partners

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Potter’s House was founded by two Guatemalan women after they were convicted and heartbroken by the reality of the poverty in the Guatemala City garbage dump communities. The organization now has 5 main programs that provide holistic care to the people living in the communities.

District 220 has partnered with HOPE’S IN to deliver a service learning and leadership development program for Freshman at the high school. This unique program allows for students to discover their service passions while growing as leaders.

Advocate Good Shepherd Hospital generously donates medical supplies and medicine to the HOPE’S IN medical initiatives in Guatemala City. The hospital also graciously allows our volunteer doctors to promote the trip to their fellow health professionals.