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Your tax-deductible donation today provides life-changing services for children, young adults, and their families. The next time a child gets bullied at school, he will know what to do, because of you. The next time a teenager feels pressure to use drugs, he’ll walk away, because of you. And the next time a homeless young adult thinks there’s nothing to live for, she will have a place to stay and people to help her get through the crisis, all because of you!

Donate Online

360 Youth Services ensures that your gift made online is safe and secure.  This website is optimized for viewing with either Chrome or Firefox.

Giving in Honor of or in Memory of a Loved One

Your tribute gift to 360 Youth Services honors the caring spirit of someone you love and helps sustain the services to youth that are so vital in our community. At your direction, we will send a card to the person you wish to honor stating that a gift has been made in his or her name and emphasizing the impact of that gift. Use the online donation form to make your gift and tell us who you wish to honor or remember.

Donate by Mail

To donate by mail, send your check payable to 360 Youth Services to:

360 Youth Services, 1305 W. Oswego Road, Naperville, IL 60540

Donate by Phone

To donate using a credit card over the phone, please call our Administrative Office at 630-961-2992, ext. 1120.

Donate Goods or Services

To donate goods or services, including items from the 360 Youth Services Wish List, please call our Administrative Office at 630-961-2992.

Wish List

Many of the youth assisted by 360 Youth Services, especially the residents of our Transitional Housing Program and Cornerstone Group Home for Boys, have specific needs. If you would like to make a gift that directly impacts a child or young adult in need, visit our wish list.

Planned Giving

Do you want to leave a legacy that helps children and young adults in need? Making a bequest from a will or a living trust is very simple. You do not have to rewrite your will or trust documents. Simply add an amendment, called a codicil, to your will or trust documents. For your convenience, we have provided some language that your attorney may review:

“I give, devise and bequeath to 360 Youth Services, the sum of _______ dollars ($_____) for the benefit of its general support (or specify the specific program you wish to support).”

Instead of naming a specific amount, you may indicate a percentage of your estate or a percentage of the remainder of the estate after you have provided for your heirs. If you have questions or would like further assistance, please contact Sarah Tesch, Director of Philanthropy, at 630-961-2992, ext 1127 or [email protected]

Gifts of Stock

Your gift of stock can help all those who rely on 360 Youth Services, and bring tax benefits to you and your family. If you make a gift of stock, won’t you please let us know? While 360 Youth Services gratefully accepts all gifts, including anonymous ones, it is very important for us to know the identity of the donors of all gifts in order to give prompt and accurate credit for gifts received. Particularly in the case of an electronic transfer, it is often very difficult to obtain this information after the transaction is processed. As soon as a gift of stock is received, 360 Youth Services sends an acknowledgment stating the nature of the gift, the gift valuation date and the gift valuation amount for tax purposes. To properly process your gift and acknowledge your generosity, please contact Sarah Tesch, Director of Philanthropy, at 630-961-2992, ext 1127 or [email protected]

Endowment Fund

360 Youth Services’ Endowment Fund is managed by The DuPage Foundation of Wheaton. The Foundation is dedicated to developing and directing philanthropy to meet the needs of DuPage County. We seek to ensure the long-term financial viability of the organization and establish the security of a reliable source of income in perpetuity. The Endowment Fund is evidence that 360 Youth Services is an enduring and stable institution. Making 360 Youth Services part of an individual’s estate plan offers security to future youth and families that otherwise would have no assistance. Your gift will . . .

  • Help sustain and grow the youth development and family services programs, which have served the community for more than 40 years
  • Leave a permanent legacy and ensure the financial stability of our programs and services
  • Create more opportunities to assist young people and families who are in need
  • Deter drug and alcohol abuse while encouraging leadership and self-reliance

To make a gift to the Endowment Fund, please contact Sarah Tesch, Director of Philanthropy, at 630-961-2992, ext 1127 or [email protected]