The South Suburban Chicago (IL) Chapter proudly celebrates more than 40 Years of Service. This chapter humbly serves as the Home Chapter of our 14th National President, Gwendolyn B. Lee. Since the founding on June 6, 1976, South Suburban Chicago tirelessly makes a sustaining difference in the lives we touch. As one of the eight chapters in the Chicago Area Cluster, our more than 50 members serve the Chicago Southland Community through Five Program Facets:
The Facets symbolize the blueprint used to influence the South Suburban Community. In the process, the membership displays exemplary work ethics, commitment to the community, and chapter while building Friendships. The chapter motto, Building a Healthy Community: Programs with Purpose and Impact drives our service programs.
Explore our site and learn more about The Links, Incorporated on the national website. While membership to this organization is by invitation only, there are many ways you can support our mission with donations for our Program Facets and community events including the Annual Chapter Fundraiser. We thank you for your interest.
Jacqueline James Lewis
President, South Suburban Chicago (IL) Chapter
To identify the needs of adults and children in various communities of the southern suburbs of Chicago and to best serve and address these needs by providing appropriate financial and educational support with social and civic awareness.
About The Links, Incorporated
The International and Nonprofit organization of The Links, Incorporated, established in 1946, consists of nearly 15,000 professional women of color in 288 chapters located in 41 states, District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of the Bahamas and the United Kingdom. Collectively, this organization of dedicated leaders and stewards of service completes over 1 million validated Service Hours to various communities annually. It is one of the nation’s oldest and largest volunteer service organizations of extraordinary women who are committed to enriching, sustaining and ensuring the culture and economic survival of African Americans and other persons of African ancestry.
Learn more on the national organization website.