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Monetary Donation Form

Use this form to give a one-time gift to Pillars Community Health, set up a monthly or quarterly recurring donation, or request information (e.g., how to include Pillars Community Health in your estate plan or give a gift from your 401k).

Pillars Community Health is a 501(c)3. All donations are tax-deductible according to the law.

If you would like assistance, please call 708-PILLARS (708-745-5277) during regular business hours and ask for the Philanthropy team. If you would prefer to write a check to Pillars Community Health, please send it to Pillars Community Health, c/o Philanthropy, 23 Calendar Ave., La Grange, IL 60525.

Every donation makes a difference

Pillars Community Health is a 501(c)3. All donations are tax-deductible according to the law.


provides 20 weeks of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to Pillars Community Health employees, clients, and patients as needed. In response to the global pandemic, we offer three locations for COVID-19 testing and services in La Grange, Burr Ridge, and Burbank.


provides medical advocacy and a change of clothes for 25 sexual assault survivors. Many times survivors must give up their clothing as evidence at the hospital. Medical advocates accompany survivors at the hospital, provide support, and bring them new, clean items to wear.


provides a mental health assessment for 26 individuals, which is the first step for treatment. The assessment allows for our clinicians to make an individualized plan of support based on a client’s need.


covers the average cost of dental care for an individual for one year. Dental visits can include preventative care, fillings, extractions, and lifesaving oral cancer screenings.


provides one domestic and sexual violence education session in schools from kindergarten through college. Topics include good touch, bad touch, bullying, gender harassment, dating and domestic violence, sexual abuse/assault, and healthy relationships. Sessions can be provided virtually now.


provides six adult coping skills kits for clients utilizing our Community Support programs. The Community Support-Individual program is driven by staff who work with clients with serious mental illness to find ways to address issues that have arisen in therapy.

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