Only 500 tickets will be sold for a trip for four to Las Vegas' fabulous Venetian Hotel. Drawing will be on Feb. 16.
Saturday, February 9, 2013
Saturday, January 26, 2013
Standard Bank presents check from "Holiday Hope" for Park Lawn.
Monday, January 14, 2013
Drawing to take place at Park Lawn's "Rhapsody in Blue" gala on Feb. 16.
Wednesday, November 28, 2012
Standard Bank and Trust annual giving trees and ornament sales fulfill holiday wishes of developmentally disabled adults with little or no family support.
Standard Bank is rolling out the holly to deck its lobby trees and help fulfill the holiday wish lists of intellectually challenged and developmentally disabled adults served by Park Lawn. For the third consecutive year, Park Lawn is the designated beneficiary for Standard Bank’s “Holiday Hope” ornament sale. Donations will help purchase much-needed items for Park Lawn’s Angel Fund. The fund was created to enable Park Lawn to provide a warm, caring and loving environment for adults with multiple medical, physical and intellectual disabilities. The ornaments sell for $1, $5 and $10. Proceeds will be used to buy Christmas presents and other every day necessities for developmentally disabled and intellectually challenged adults living at Park…
Wednesday, August 22, 2012
Martin Salvino State Farm Agency of Alsip will donate $2 to Park Lawn for each new Facebook follower throughout August and September.
Thursday, July 12, 2012
Park Lawn has launched a new "Text to Give" mobile phone donation campaign.
Friday, April 20, 2012
Park Lawn Tag Day volunteers will be collecting donations on street corners and in front of stores for programs supporting developmentally disabled adults.
Volunteers will be stationed on street corners and in front of stores throughout the weekend collecting donations for one of the Southland’s most beloved social service organizations. Watch the video. Park Lawn Services Inc. has collected more than $1 million since its annual Tag Days donation drive began in 1982. All proceeds will go toward Park Lawn’s residential, vocational and social programs for developmentally disabled adults. The organization was founded in 1955 by a group of families in Evergreen Park and Oak Lawn who sought services and programs for their intellectually challenged children. This weekend, volunteers will be distributing a new tag with information about the Park Lawn. For those who don’t have cash on them, they can …
Monday, January 30, 2012
Thirty-six special needs performers to perform musical numbers ranging from the Charleston to 'Hair.'
With less than a week to go until opening day, 36 special needs performers are rehearsing their big opening number—the Who’s “Talking About My Generation.” There is a sense of urgency among the cast and co-directors Jill Grider and Debbie Leshuga, a pair of social workers at Park Lawn who came up with the concept of pairing intellectually challenged adults with the performing arts nine years ago. “Dancing Through the Decades” starring the Park Lawn Players hits the boards this Wednesday, Feb. 1, at Moraine Valley Community College’s Dorothy Menker Theater. “This has been a dream for me since college,” Leshuga said. “I have a lot of theater background in high school. When I went into social work at Lewis University, I was placed at Park …