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“Hope’s Garden” Continues to Produce Fresh Vegetables for the Less Fortunate

SEPTEMBER 13, 2018

Hope’s Garden was started in the spring of 2017 by the DuPage County Sheriff’s Office.  Since then, the garden has produced healthy and very needed produce for those in need in our communitites.  Hope’s Garden is a collaboration between the Sheriff’s Office and Winfield Township Highway Commissioner, John Dusza.  In fact, Commissioner Dusza, generously donated the land for the garden at the Winfield Township Road District.

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Pace buses to advertise Illinois Baby Safe Haven law

JUNE 26, 2018

CHICAGO, IL – A campaign is being launched by Illinois officials and advocates to promote the Safe Haven Law that allows babies to be turned over to appropriate safe haven staff, legally and safely.

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‘Safe Haven’ Baby, Now 10 And Thriving, Retraces Her First Steps

OCTOBER 04, 2017

“Baby Sunday” was born 10 years ago in the emergency room of West Suburban Medical Center.  Her birth mother immediately handed her over to hospital staff under the Illinois Safe Haven Law.

She wasn’t unwanted for long!

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Baby Hope honored in Wheaton as police seek answers in her death

APRIL 26, 2017

Trinity Haack and Zoe Wituk were reunited yesterday at a Wheaton Park.  These two toddlers share a story.  Both were relinquished at safe havens in the Chicago area by mothers using Illinois’ Safe Haven Law.

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Lake in the Hills Family Adopts daughter under Safe Haven law

APRIL 15, 2017

Jenny Paul knows that one day her 2-year-old daughter, Megan, will begin asking questions about her birth mother that Jenny won’t have answers to.

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To date, more than 3600 infants have been safely surrendered to Safe Havens nationally.

Please help us continue our passion, commitment and dedication to spreading awareness of Safe Haven laws.