360 Youth Services Relies on Donations and Volunteer Support

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360 Youth Services
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A retired Chicago-based business leader, Ted Gladson founded Gladson Interactive, a store design and merchandising company he led for over three decades. Alongside his professional pursuits, Ted Gladson has always found time to support national and Chicago-area organizations, including 360 Youth Services.

In its efforts to give young people the skills needed to attain success, 360 Youth Services offers various programs and services focused on counseling, housing, and substance abuse prevention. Those who would like to support the organization in this work can get involved in a number of ways.

Along with accepting one-time and recurring monetary donations, 360 Youth Services gladly welcomes donations of household items. Currently, the organization is in need of items for every room in the house. Listed among the group’s wish list are dishes and other kitchen supplies, furniture, bedding, and personal care items such as shaving kits and hair dryers.

In addition to donating money and goods, 360 Youth Services supporters can volunteer their time as a mentor, tutor, or member of the group’s board of directors. Volunteers can also participate in or support the organization’s various fundraisers, including its Annual Gala, which takes place in November. More information about how you can support 360 Youth Services can be found by visiting www.360youthservices.org.