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Now in its 28th year of operation, the Primo Center for Women and Children is in the midst of great change and activity. My late father and the founder of PCWC, Quintin E. Primo, Jr., would be so proud to witness such a positive evolution. We are embarking on the Renaissance Project Capital Campaign, to raise funds to dramatically renovate, expand and enhance our services. In the meantime, our Board of Directors has worked arduously to create a strategic plan to make PCWC a preeminent shelter in the city of Chicago.
We understand that preparation is a key component to success. Our staff works diligently, 24 hours a day, to meet and exceed the needs of our homeless clients; our Board of Directors, RedHot Board, and Associates Board work tirelessly to move closer toward a greater vision by serving beyond expectations; and our clients work diligently to become self-sufficient, by utilizing our services, gaining employment and housing.
We are all working in concert toward one, important goal: to end the cycle of homelessness, one family at a time.
Quintin E. Primo III