ABOUT US
Centro Communitario Juan Diego has been making
a difference in South Chicago for 20 years.

The center was founded by eight Latina women who
had the courage to oppose hardships.

As a grassroots community based organization we
operate many vital programs focused on health care
issues, community organizing, social services, and
family education. Through our efforts we hope to foster
confident leaders for today and tomorrow.
UPDATES
May 2017 Immigration Event
Buenos Dias Mujer- Womens Conference 2017

FOOD PANTRY HOURS
Thursday
5pm-7pm
Friday (General Public)
12pm-2pm
Boundaries limited to 60617 zip code
Can only pickup food twice a month
UPCOMING EVENTS
PLAYSTREETS CHICAGO
Thank you!
Upcoming Events!
Please participate in our upcoming  
events.
Mission
Promoting leadership and social justice while
serving those in need.
May 2017 Immigration Conference
2017 Womans Conference
PIPP Recertification- Our site is available
those who are currently on the PIPP
program and have received their letters to
recertify.
UIC Breast Cancer Study- The first session
will be on the 12th of September, the next
session will be in November. For more
information please click the link.
NEW LIHEAP HOURS- Mon-Thur are
walk-ins only and we can see a limited
number of people.
Fridays-Appointment only.
2017 Summer
PlayStreets
Breast Cancer Presentation
October 2017
ABOUT US
MONTHLY UPDATES
Nov 3rd, 2017
To all Staff at World Vision:
We would like to thank you for all the donations you
provided which we were able to distribute to the
families that are in need. Below are pictures of
individuals who have received the donations.
Distribution of paper towels, toilet paper, garbage
bags, toothpastes along with other miscellaneous
items were handed to all Diabetes Support Group
individuals. Ages range between 40 to 85 both male
and females.

Baby diapers and pull-ups were distributed to
Summer Program clients who had children who were
in need of diapers. All diapers were passed out to
infants and toddlers between the ages of 1 to 3.5
years of age. A six year old little girl eyes lit up when
she saw the sleeping bag. “This is what I always
wanted “, she told us. (Picture on the right)

Toilet paper and pillows were passed out to
individuals who participated in the Breast Cancer
Presentations. Others Items such as knee highs,
knife set and cooler were passed out to Food
Pantry clients.

Bags with household items were also distributed to
our LIHEAP clients who were completing their
applications for energy assistance.
All of the staff at Centro Comunitario Juan Diego would like to
thank WorldVision. Not only do they help us provide resources to
our commnunity, but they are a constant reminder that our
collaberative efforts help to bring our community together and
make everyone aware that even if people are going through hard
times, there is help available.