Pickens-Kane has served Chicago for 95 years. It is the largest relocation company in the State of Illinois and known for its worldwide capabilities.
Devices 4 the Disabled is grateful to Jim Munroe and Mike Munroe, the owners of Pickens-Kane, for their assistance and support.
Project HUGS Foundation was founded by Dr. Severko Hrywnak in 2001. A retired M.D. and owner of a Chicago surgical center, Dr. Hrywnak sought to give back to the community by providing surgeries to underinsured at minimal to no cost. Project HUGS continues to grow as a comprehensive program, providing pre-operation evaluations, surgeries and post-op check-ups at minimal to no cost.
Rainbow Hospice and Palliative Care is a registered 501(c)3 charitable organization that provides comfort and dignity for individuals at the end of their lives. It is among the oldest and largest of the non-profit organizations serving Chicagoland. Rainbow extends that comfort to support bereaved loved ones of Rainbow Hospice patients and others in the greater Chicago community. It serves residents of Cook, Lake, McHenry, Kane, DuPage, and Will Counties.
St. Philip Neri Catholic Church, 2132 East 72nd St., has two medical equipment “lending closets” supplied by D4D. These are in the vestibule of the historic church itself. You’ll find everything from canes and crutches to electric scooters. Go to the rectory and ask for admittance or call the church at 773-363-1700 for more information.
Am Shalom, a Jewish Reform congregation at 840 Vernon Avenue, Glencoe, serves as a collection point for equipment donations on the North Shore and immediate vicinity. Go to the reception desk in the main office at any time with your equipment and we’ll pick it up.
The Resurrection Project’s mission is to build relationships and challenge individuals to act on their faith and values by creating community ownership, building community wealth, and serving as stewards of community assets.