This #GivingTuesday we are looking at the ways Kaleidoscope is working towards an equitable future for families, staff and the community. Check out some of our highlights below and see how you can help promote equity for all children, youth and families. 

Additional trainings on topics such as Racial Disproportionality, History of Child Welfare, and Bias Training (above) are key to ensuring Kaleidoscope staff have the best knowledge and skills when working with children, youth and families.

Kaleidoscope leadership is working with staff and stakeholders to review and update HR Policies to include an equity-focused lens to retain and recruit expert staff amidst the current workforce crisis.

As we continue to invest in communities, its our hopes that we create a safe and accepting society in which families can access the services and supports they need in their own community, as shared by Sylvester, Kaleidoscope alum.

When you support Kaleidoscope on #GivingTuesday, you are supporting our work towards an equitable future for families, staff and the community. Your donations will be put to work right away including expanded training opportunities for staff to meet the needs of all children, youth and families. Any gift is greatly appreciated and is a step towards an equitable future for all.

Your Impact

Each of the young people we serve has experienced trauma and has specialized mental health, behavioral, medical and/or pregnancy and parenting needs. Your generous support on #GivingTuesday helps us go above and beyond to meet the needs of every child, youth and family who needs us.

Other Ways to Get Involved

We’re calling on every one of our supporters – Facebook fans, friends of our board, Chicagoans who care about helping children heal – to donate today in honor of #GivingTuesday. There are plenty of other ways to get involved with us, too!

#GivingTuesday is an internationally-recognized day of charitable giving, landing on the Tuesday following Thanksgiving, Black Friday, Small Business Saturday and Cyber Monday. Learn more at GivingTuesday.org.