View and share this e-newsletter from Paul W. Hamann, President and Chief Executive Officer of The Night Ministry, a non-profit providing housing, health care, and human connection to Chicago community members struggling with poverty or homelessness.
April 2018
Meet Sandra Collins,
Nurse Practitioner and Firefighter
Sandra Collins's job as a Nurse Practitioner with The Night Ministry's Street Medicine Program dovetails with her work as a firefighter with the City of Chicago.
"Both careers put me in the position to help people in times of distress," Collins said. "At the firehouse, I am also a paramedic and see some of the same health issues and even some of the same people."

Collins is part of a team that also includes a Case Manager and Outreach Professional. Together, they travel the city, visiting individuals living in encampments. 


Become a Beacon of Hope

We love our Beacons of Hope! Sign up for monthly giving  on our online donation page  and select that you would like your donation to recur. When you make a monthly pledge to The Night Ministry, you provide a reliable source of support so a young person can receive housing, a medical condition can be treated, an emergency room visit can be avoided, and warm clothing can offer protection from the elements. It's easy, convenient, and makes a difference immediately. Contact Krista Kutz at  krista@thenightministry.org  for more information.  
The Associate Board's Trivia Night

Are you a master of minutia? Join  The Night Ministry's Associate Board  for its 2nd Annual Trivia Night at 8 pm on Wednesday, April 25, at The Grafton Pub and Grill, 4530 North Lincoln Avenue in Chicago.

$10 suggested donation benefits The Night Ministry. Click here  for more information.

Join us for Lighting Up the Night, The Night Ministry's Annual Awards Dinner & Auction, Tuesday, June 12, at 5:30 pm at Loews Chicago Hotel.

Enjoy cocktails, appetizers, and dinner and  bid on exciting packages from our growing list of  auction supporters .

This year's program will be emceed by Robert H. Jordan, Jr., retired WGN-TV news anchor. We will be honoring Rush University Medical Center for providing mental health services to residents of our Youth Housing Programs.

Tickets are available on The Night Ministry's website. For information on becoming a  sponsor or to donate auction items, contact Charlotte Whitley, Special Events Coordinator, at  773.506.6009 or  charlotte@thenightministry.org.
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