The Chicago Nightingales non for profit organization - is a 501 (C)(3) status are exempt from Federal income Tax of the Internal Revenue Code. A voluntary, impartial, neutral and independent humanitarian organization whose mission is to promote health and wellness in the community and provide assistance to communities stricken by human-induced disaster or calamities locally and in the third world countries principally in the Philippines.
The Chicago Nightingales non for profit organization was founded by a group people who share the same passion of service to humanity. A group of enthusiastic, high spirited and caring individuals who find fulfillment in sharing their talents and capabilities in making other's lives more meaningful. Inspired by philanthropic deeds of Florence Nightingale, these individuals are in a mission to serve the community in every way possible.
Give Something Back to the Community – the desire to contribute to the society drives our commitment to volunteer work.
Bring about Social Change– the satisfaction from knowing that we have contributed in our own little way to bring about positive change just makes sense.
Personal Growth – personal growth comes from discovering new skills and capabilities within ourselves, when working with people who are equally driven and motivated.
Achievement and Recognition – knowing that we have made a difference, gives a sense of achievement and self-fulfillment that brings about the best in us.
Friendship and Belongingness– being in the company of people who shares the same passion with us makes volunteer work fun and rewarding and makes us feel like “we belong”
“ The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others” –Ghandi
“ There is no better exercise for your heart than reaching down and helping to lift someone up”-B. Melzer
“In every community there is work to be done, in every nation there are wounds to heal, in every heart there is power to do it”-M. Williamson
“If you want to lift yourself up, lift up someone else” –B. Washington
We cannot live only for ourselves, a thousand fibers connect us with our fellowmen” –