Stories that CONNECT

Thursday, July 22, 2021 • 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. CT • Virtual Event

Stories that Connect is Kaleidoscope’s annual fundraising event to support our programs for children, youth and families healing from abuse and neglect in Chicago. Join us virtually on July 22 as we share real life stories that showcase how our programs help children, youth and families build resourcefulness, resiliency, and supportive relationships. 

Stories that Connect is a chance to celebrate the accomplishments of the families we work with and build a supportive community that is committed to helping children, youth, and families heal.

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Thank you to our sponsors!

PRESENTING SPONSOR
FUEL SPONSOR
FLARE SPONSORS
SPARK SPONSOR

Alper Services

Sponsor Stories that Connect

In addition to supporting Kaleidoscope, sponsors of Stories that Connect receive marketing benefits to reach the event’s professional audience, as well as social media followers. View complete sponsor benefits here.

To learn more, contact Devin at dwalker[at]kaleidoscope4kids.org.

Donate Now

Your donations are put to use right away to support Kaleidoscope’s vital programs and services for Chicago children, youth and families healing from abuse and neglect. Give now to support our innovative case management and clinical services to build resourcefulness, resiliency and supportive relationships.

A lot has changed for us in the last year, but our work doesn’t stop – and our teams are more critical than ever as children are away from the professionals who can identify and report abuse.

Follow Kaleidoscope's Story

2020 Event

Our 2020 event was a virtual experience on June 11, 2020. Together, we raised more than $100,000 for the children, youth and families Kaleidoscope serves and helps heal from abuse and neglect in Chicago. THANK YOU to everyone who joined us! 

View the entire event below; the show begins 30 minutes in. 

About Kaleidoscope

Founded in 1973, Kaleidoscope is a non-profit child welfare agency in Chicago. Each year, we serve more than 500 young people – ranging in age from birth to 21 – who are healing from trauma. Most of our clients have experienced neglect or abuse, and many have also been exposed to substance abuse, extreme poverty and other concerns.

As a result of these traumatic events, our clients have specialized mental health, behavioral, medical and/or pregnancy and parenting needs. Through our services, we ensure their safety, assist them in creating a stable support system, and help them overcome trauma to lead healthy, happy lives. Learn more about our services.