We are taking our celebration to Greek Town this year! Join us for a night of socializing, food, drinks, and fun! We will have a buffet dinner of delicious food and cash bar available.
Celebrate the season with CSI Chicago and help us fundraise for our chapter’s community service event this year – Rebuilding Together Metro Chicago’s National Rebuilding Day. Contributions to sponsor a house can be made at the time of registration for the holiday party or through our website link.Location:
Greek Islands, 200 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60661Register by:
Friday, December 1, 2017.Event Parking:
Complimentary valet parking is available on Adams Street.
(Please remember to tip your valet drivers.)Raffle tickets
will be available for purchase at the door. Cash, check, or credit card payment will be accepted.Thank you to our event sponsor:
Raffle donations needed!
Contribute to our fundraising efforts and the fun by donating a raffle item. Using the above registration link, indicate you are donating an item or choose to donate money for raffle item and we will personally shop for a raffle prize in your name. Past prizes included Blackhawks tickets, wine, gift cards, chocolate, sports swag, and more! No matter size of the prize or amount, any donation is appreciated! If you can't attend and wish to donate a prize, please contact the chapter at firstname.lastname@example.org
About Our Community Service Event:
CSI Chicago is fundraising in order to sponsor a home through Rebuilding Together Metro Chicago for their National Rebuilding Together Day on Saturday, April, 28, 2018. In December, we will be selecting our home to sponsor and the planning will begin. As the day approaches, we will be looking for volunteers to help with the on-site labor efforts - more details on the day of volunteering to come!
Rebuilding Together Metro Chicago
is an organization that works to improve the declining housing stock of homeowners in Chicago and Cook County. They serve existing homeowners, who, due to financial or physical limitations, have been unable to maintain their homes.