Elim Christian Services Shares Moving Experience with Treasure Chest Foundation

The Elim Christian Services adults in Orland Park are giving back to children and teens fighting cancer by assisting with a move to benefit the Pediatric Oncology Treasure Chest Foundation (POTCF). The Foundation recently moved its base of operations to a new home at 15430 70th Court in Orland Park, one that offers expanded parking availability and nearly three times the operational and storage space of its former headquarters.

The mission of Elim Christian Services is to equip children and adults with disabilities to achieve their highest God-given potential.  Elim pursues this mission by providing educational, vocational, therapeutic and residential services to more than 800 persons daily with special needs, from learning disabilities to severe disabilities.

Elim Instructor Lynne Huiner said, "The adults of Elim Christian Services enjoy serving others and giving back to the community." Elim volunteer Bob Hillegonds added, "I enjoy working with the Treasure Chest Foundation because everyone is so friendly."

 

Elim Christian Services Volunteers

(Pictured left to right:) Elim Christian Services volunteers Bob Hillegonds, Darryell Bingham, Donna Reitz, Scott Hanley, Megan McLaughlin, Adam Slurs and Wayne Decker load the Elim bus with numerous boxes to be moved to the Treasure Chest Foundation's new facility.