Project HELP, which provides parent mentoring and child abuse prevention, will now be a part of the YWCA Metropolitan Chicago.
This collaboration will allow the two groups to work together, and give Project HELP the chance to increase their impact by serving more families in DuPage and in the Chicagoland area. The new venture also widens the YWCA’s platform in the western suburbs.
Project help will now be a program offering of the YWCA, but will still be based out of Naperville.
Project HELP was originally founded by the Exchange Club of Naperville in 1992.
Naperville News 17’s Evan Summers reports.
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