Sasser Family Holdings, Inc. builds better lives for youth in Naperville

ChildServ, Communications Department
Updated 9/13/2017 4:59 PM

Chicago, Ill. -- September 13, 2017 -- ChildServ, a nonprofit in Chicago dedicated to building better lives for children, recently partnered with Sasser Family Holdings, Inc. to beautify its group home for teenage girls in Naperville.

"We are incredibly grateful to Sasser Family Holdings, Inc. for their continued generosity and support," said Dan Kotowski, President and CEO of ChildServ. "Their hard work made our girls feel special, providing them with a nice, comfortable home so that they can reach their potential."


"Through our Change For The Better Council, Sasser Family Holdings encourages our employees to give their time and financial support to organizations that work to make our communities stronger. Beginning with the members of the Sasser family and extending throughout the organization, meaningful community involvement is deeply ingrained into the fabric of our businesses," said Kelly Pronek, senior director of Corporate Communications for Sasser Family Holdings and founder of the council. "We are honored to have built a strong partnership with ChildServ, and look forward to continuing to grow our relationship with them, helping contribute to its longevity," said Pronek.

Sasser Family Holdings, Inc., a family-owned transportation asset services and management company in Schaumburg, sent 19 volunteers to Naperville for the day, to garden, organize, and paint as part of its 2017 "Change for the Better" program, the company's philanthropic initiative.

ChildServ operates three group homes in DuPage County, providing youth ages 12-18 with a safe, supportive environment so that they finish high school, receive life skills training, and become empowered adults. Learn more about how ChildServ builds a better life for children at

About ChildServ

Since 1894, ChildServ has helped children and families to build a better life and achieve their potential. The social service agency provides community-based programs, including foster care and adoption services, counseling, residential group homes, community support and early childhood education, to children and families in Cook, DuPage, Kane and Lake counties.

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