Wolf's Crossing Elementary School

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  • The Wolf's Crossing staff is dedicated to raising money for different charities each month. On Wednesdays, staff is enouraged to pay $1.00 to wear jeans.  Every dollar collected on Wednesdays is donated at the end of the month to that charity.  The charities are chosen by staff recommendations. Please read below for our charity of the month. 

    April/May Canine Companions for Independence

    Founded in 1975, Canine Companions for Independence is a non-profit organization that enhances the lives of people with disabilities by providing highly trained assistance dogs and ongoing support to ensure quality life partnerships. The dogs that are trained open up new opportunities and new possibilities as well as unite people with their dogs which leads to greater independence and confidence. 

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  • The Wolf's Crossing staff is dedicated to raising money for different charities each month. On Wednesdays, staff is enouraged to pay $1.00 to wear jeans.  Every dollar collected on Wednesdays is donated at the end of the month to that charity.  The charities are chosen by staff recommendations. Please read below for our charity of the month. 

    Celebrate Differences, Chicago Cubs Charities

    The Chicago Cubs charities harness the passion of Cubs fans and improves the lives of children and families across Chicago and beyond. Their goal is to provide increased access to sports opportunities and target improvment in health and fitness and education for all those at risk. The charity is proud to help support the people and organizations that make the city of Chicago a great place to live, work, and play!

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