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Golf enthusiast Humphrey ‘Masters’ life as head of One Hope United
April 15, 2017 | The North Shore Weekend East
“I’m living a diff erent life now, at an entirely diff erent pace, and I’m not traveling as much. It’s been great. It’s phenomenal, getting to work with the passionate people at One Hope United. They are all committed to doing good things for children and their families, to help others disrupt the cycle of poverty.”
GO BLUE 4 OHU
March 27, 2017 | WCIU
Chicago diners can “GO BLUE” for the month of April for a really great cause. Marco Foster joins You & Me to tell us more about the GO BLUE 4 OHU campaign.
Local Restaurants ‘Go Blue’ to Raise Awareness, Funds for One Hope United
March 24, 2017 | WTTW
The Go Blue Chicago Restaurant Collective supports the human services nonprofit One Hope United during national child abuse prevention month.
A nonprofit that saves other nonprofits real money
March 23, 2017 | Chicago Business
One Hope United, a social services agency for children who have been abused or otherwise traumatized, ended 2016 with a small surplus. David McConnell, its chief financial officer, credits Back Office Cooperative.
When a child or parent is in crisis, say and do something
March 21, 2017 | Chicago Sun-Times
That’s where an organization like One Hope United and its home visits literally can be a lifesaver. Referrals come from hospitals, schools, social workers and simply word of mouth, alerting the nonprofit of parents who might need “extra eyes,” as One Hope’s Adrienne Patterson-Green describes their mission.
December 2, 2016 | Chicago Tribune
Sandra Schultz, Healthy Families program supervisor, said the focus of home visiting programs is on young parents and the healthy development of their children. “Another big piece is fostering great parent/child relationships … working with families, promoting positive relationships between parent and child,” Schultz said.
How to Support Online Charities on Giving Tuesday and All Year Long
November 17, 2016 | U.S News
Jason Friedman, chief of development and growth officer at Chicago-based One Hope United, which runs community-based support programs for at-risk youth, saw a rise in donations from $2,000 in the first year they participated to $5,000 last year and this year they’ve set a goal for $10,000. The social media aspect of Giving Tuesday also helped beyond the monetary donations. “There’s the brand benefit and the buzz created on a day that’s devoted to organizations that do great work,” he says.
Integrating ACEs increases hope for healing at One Hope United in Illinois
January 25, 2016 | ACES Too High
“As an organization, we have been engaged in efforts to become more trauma-informed, wanting to make sure we’re understanding the ACEs of all of our clients [and their families]” Director of Programs Jill Novacek says. “ACEs are important to have an understanding about what their life experiences have been. “It shapes who they are today.”
Diana Rauner: Education starts ‘at birth or even before birth’
January 20, 2016 | Lake County News-Sun
“At One Hope United’s Busy Bee Center in Waukegan, which provides child care and education for infants through preschool-age children, discussion after classroom visits focused on One Hope United’s efforts to help kids well before preschool starts. The organization’s home-visit programs support new parents, particularly teens and single parents, with pregnancy, preparing for their child’s birth and learning to care for a newborn.” (Article may require subscription.)
East Aurora school looks to create greenhouse and science lab
December 31, 2015 | The Beacon-News
One Hope United receives 2-year grant for teen parent programs
December 28, 2015 | mySuburbanLife.com
Opinion: Working parents can no longer afford child care
October 27, 2015 | Chicago Sun-Times
“Every weekday, I leave the office at 2 p.m. to pick up my children and drop them off at their afterschool program. Over the next two and half hours I’ll make two round-trips, to six different schools.” Written by Ericka K. Farag, director of the Edgewater Early Learning Center.
Centralia BPW Names Boss of the Year
October 10, 2015 | WJBD 100.1 FM
Non-Profit Looks To Diversify Funding Stream
September 29, 2015 | NBC Chicago CEO Spotlight
Illinois Social Service Groups Demand Solution To Budget Stalemate: ‘People Are Suffering’
September 24, 2015 | Progress Illinois
“‘We are all standing together to send Springfield a clear and unified message: Illinois’ most vulnerable citizens can no longer be held hostage,’ Scott Humphrey, CEO of the multi-state child and family social service provider One United Hope, said at a Thursday morning press conference on Chicago’s North Side.”
Joliet child care centers worried about stricter CCAP requirements
August 29, 2015 | The Herald News
2015 Hope in Action Gala
April 29, 2015 | Michigan Avenue Magazine
Ambassador Board to raise awareness for child abuse prevention
April 7, 2015 | mySuburbanLife.com
Global Art Project Arrives in Chicago To Raise Awareness for Child Abuse Prevention
April 1, 2015 | ChicagoNow
One Hope United programs helps young families navigate difficulties
January 8, 2015 | Chicago Tribune
“When young parents connect with Healthy Families and Wings, their lives stabilize, and their children’s development advances. Adrienne Patterson noted that nearly 95 percent of children in the two programs obtain immunizations on schedule, consistently avoid abuse and neglect, and are ready to attend kindergarten.”
One Hope United to Welcome Margaret Vimont as COO
March 29, 2017
One Hope United Appoints Theresa A. Dear as Board Chair
January 24, 2017
One Hope United Names Todd Schultz as CFO
December 9, 2016
One Hope United Elects Scott Humphrey as New CEO
October 5, 2015
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