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AID seeking people to knit scarves

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  • The Association for Individual Development is seeking volunteers to knit scarves to raise money for the nonprofit organization.

      The Association for Individual Development is seeking volunteers to knit scarves to raise money for the nonprofit organization.
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Submitted by Association for Individual Development

The Association for Individual Development is seeking individuals to knit scarves to raise money for the nonprofit organization. Volunteers are asked to donate any hand knitted or crocheted scarves. Scarves are accepted now through the end of the year.

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Donate at either AID location, 1135 Bowes Road, Elgin, or 309 W. New Indian Trail Court, Aurora.

For details, call Wendy Bialek at (847) 931-2294 or email wbialek@the-association.org.

Scarves and caps are now on sale at either the Aurora or Elgin AID locations.

For more than 50 years, the Association for Individual Development has provided services to individuals who have developmental, physical or mental disabilities, those who have suffered a trauma or those at risk. All clients have access to vital, life-enriching services through early intervention; developmental therapy; respite care; permanent, affordable housing; developmental and vocational training; job placement and on-the-job coaching services; crisis intervention; victims services; mental health treatment; behavioral intervention; community education and advocacy.

Serving more than 5,100 clients in 20 programs operating in 45 communities, AID is a leading provider of services that address the needs of individuals throughout every stage of their lives.

A person-centered approach coupled with innovative practices ensures the highest level of accomplishment.

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