Hope’s In is dedicated to impacting and empowering the Guatemala City garbage dump communities and developing the next generation of humanitarian leaders. The main focus of Hope’s In is to provide hope, empowerment and the goal of bringing purpose into people’s lives both abroad and here in the United States through serving others. Their impact in Guatemala City is focused on projects such as building homes, hosting medical clinics, and providing sports camps in the garbage dump communities. The Quigley family founded the organization in 2012 and remain active members of the organization’s leadership.
Barrington Breakfast Rotary
Jim has been a member of Rotary since 2012 and focuses his effort on the Rotary high school service club called Interact. The Interact Club encourages students to identify their personal service interest and develop projects to make a difference. The Barrington Breakfast Rotary Club (BBRC) is a diverse group of professionals living and working in the greater Barrington area who are united in commitment to provide humanitarian service. Our mission is to contribute to life enrichment programs for people of all ages, support community life-saving projects, promote connectivity and enhanced interaction within the community.
Kid’s Around The World
The Quigley family has traveled with Kids Around the world since 2006 and has built 10 playgrounds in various 3rd world countries. Recognizing that children are truly the greatest resource in the world, Kids Around The World exists to reach children and to help those who work with children. Kids Around the World, Inc. (KIDS) is a faith-based 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization dedicated to helping children and families who have been affected by war, poverty, illness, and natural disasters. So often children find themselves as victims of situations out of their control, they become victims of economic stress, victims of political injustice, victims of natural disasters and worst of all, victims of war. It was for these children that Kids Around the World began.