Together We Cope assists Southland residents in temporary crisis by providing food, shelter, clothing and referrals.

Volunteer of the year

  • Together We Cope Volunteer of the Year
    Together We Cope Volunteer of the Year Together We Cope is always grateful for the efforts of its volunteers, but this year’s Theodore H. Reimer Volunteer of the Year winner is actually grateful for Together We Cope. Helping other people Jerry Saletta, who works with vigor and good cheer in the food pantry, tells a story that sums up the reason for his labors. “I was at a party the day after Christmas, sitting at a [Cont'd]

Keep kids warm

  • Nu2u coat drive provides warm winter coats to needy children
    Toddler sized coats urgently needed by Together We Cope at Nu2u Resale Shop. Tinley coat drive in full swing. Help Together We Cope keep kids warm. All sizes are important, from infant to extra large sizes for adults, up to 5X. Right now – we need toddler sizes more than anything else! Bring your gently-used winter items to Nu2u Resale from 10 am [Cont'd]

Housewares show

  • The International Home & Housewares show
    Volunteer by Feb. 22 Together We Cope is honored to once again be selected to benefit from the International Home and Housewares Show. Volunteers are needed to collect and package hundreds of housewares on March 5. One hundred volunteers needed TWC needs 100 volunteers. Round-trip transportation by bus will be provided from our office at 17010 S. Oak Park Ave to McCormick Place. The “Packing-up” is from noon to about 8 p.m. Volunteers can work [Cont'd]