Community Collection Drives for Chicagoland


Each season, the Chicago Wolves design and wear a specialty jersey in honor of St. Patrick’s Day. The team wore their commemorative green jerseys on March 11, 14 and 15, and also held an Autism Awareness Drive, presented by Arlington International Racecourse, during these home games at Allstate Arena.

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The Chicago Wolves ask fans to help out our furry friends by participating in the team's Adopt-A-Dog Drive on Saturday, April 18. Items such as fleece blankets, hand sanitizer, dishwasher/laundry detergent, new toys, treats and food will be graciously accepted to benefit Chicago Animal Care and Control.

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The Chicago Wolves are asking fans to donate children's outerwear during the "Snug Hugs for Kids" winter clothing drive, presented by Merlin 200,000 Mile Shops, from Nov. 1 to 29.

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On Saturday, November 1, the Chicago Wolves hosted a Salute to Military Families Night. The night supported all military personnel and their families. The team also hosted a Military Appreciation Drive where fans brought in new and unused gift cards for gas, food, etc.

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The Chicago Wolves asked you to help fill the stomachs of those in need by participating in the team's Canned Food Drive in November. All donations benefited Belvidere/Boone County Food Pantry.

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In December, the Chicago Wolves asked fans to help brighten the holidays for children in need by participating in the team's U.S. Marines Toys For Tots Drive.

 

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In January, the Wolves asked fans to bring in gift cards to grocery stores, Target, Walmart, gas cards, etc., for pediatric cancer patients who are aided by  Imerman Angels, Bear Necessities and Little Heroes Pediatric Cancer Research Foundation.

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