Hi Honeycomb friends and family,

We hope you and your loved ones are staying healthy and happy during this difficult time. We know how important it is, now more than ever, to find new and creative ways to build community and take care of our Chicago family. 

Staying at home for the next several weeks is an act of love and care for ourselves and our fellow Chicagoans. While we’re hunkered in at home, we have an opportunity to rest, play, make family memories, and continue to make change across the city. 

Every day that Chicago schools are closed, we are committed to providing dynamic and engaging content for Honeycomb families. Honeycomb at Home includes activities, videos, recipes, and discussion topics to help your family care for yourselves and give back to our Chicago community, while you keep each other safe and healthy by staying at home.

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In the coming months, we know our partners’ needs will swell. Over 40 local organizations rely on our trustworthy volunteers and vital resources to fortify their work – whether that be packing food for local pantries, distributing basic necessities to low income families, hosting senior socials to combat elder isolation, or bringing cheer to patients receiving medical treatment. That's why we are laying the groundwork now to pitch-in and rebuild our community as quickly as possible. 
It is only with the help of dedicated supporters like you that we can continue to serve our community and respond quickly in this time of crisis. If you can, we hope you'll visit our Bonfire site to donate or buy our limited-edition  Honeycomb at Home  loungewear. Every donation, in every amount, fuels our work.

If you are in need of assistance or resources, please don’t hesitate to reach out to  Sydney  or  Breeze . We will do our best to connect you to our partners that are continuing to serve communities across the city. 
Kristina Lowenstein & Catherine Tannen
Stay connected to our Honeycomb community through our  Hive Matters Community Page  on Facebook - a collaborative forum for all Honeycomb's volunteers and local partners to share ideas, connect, and inspire service both at home and out in Chicago's communities!
Funders & Supporters
The Honeycomb Project engages, mobilizes and inspires kids and their families to build strong and vibrant communities for all Chicagoans. Since 2011, more than 22,000 volunteers have participated in Honeycomb programs benefitting 45 local organizations.