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Thank you to everyone who supported Chicago White Sox Charities and the Children's Home + Aid Bring Me Home Campaign.

Chicago White Sox Charities:

Established in 1990, Chicago White Sox Charities (CWSC) provides annual financial, in-kind and emotional support to hundreds of Chicago-based organizations, including those leading the fight against cancer or dedicated to improving the lives of Chicago's youth through education, providing health and wellness initiatives, and those offering services to children and families in crisis. With the generous support of White Sox fans, friends and sponsors, CWSC has donated over $20 million, striving to improve the quality of life for Chicagoans of all ages, races and genders.

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The Children's Home + Aid Bring Me Home Campaign:

This season marks Paul's eighth as the driving force behind the Bring Me Home Campaign, which seeks to bring attention to the needs of some of Illinois most vulnerable children and families through a partnership between the Chicago White Sox and Children's Home + Aid.

Paul and his wife Jennifer along with Jim & Andrea Thome founded the Bring Me Home campaign in 2007 to help raise awareness, generate support, recruit foster parents, and advocate for the needs of foster children and families. Gordon Beckham joined the Bring Me Home Campaign in 2010 to help these very bright, capable and deserving children, who have faced abuse or neglect and are in need of safe, secure and loving homes.

"Jim Thome and I selected Children's Home + Aid as our partner because of the leadership they have demonstrated as an organization in providing services that meet the needs of children and families. Jim and I are excited about partnering with an organization with that level of dedication and we are committed to being just as dedicated." - Paul Konerko

In its first seven years, the Bring Me Home Campaign has raised nearly $450,000 through more than 600 individual donors. The Bring Me Home Campaign has touched the lives of more than 1,000 children. The Campaign has enabled us to:

  • Invite over 1000 foster families to enjoy a game at U.S. Cellular Field;
  • Purchase more than 1,500 back packs with school supplies for foster youth;
  • Provide back to school clothes for over 400 children;
  • Send more than 200 children to summer camp;
  • Reward over 100 high school graduates; and
  • Support 5 children and their families with a Spring Training Adventure in Arizona.

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