Photo by Little Brothers- Friends of the Elderly

Photo by Little Brothers- Friends of the Elderly



More than 300 Chicago elders and 250 volunteers of all ages will celebrate Christmas day together!

Three parties will be held for Chicago seniors to spend Christmas in a friendly atmosphere, instead of all alone, on Christmas day from noon to 3p.m., at Biagio (4242 N. Central Ave), Marriot at Midway, and Marcello’s Father and Son (Spanish Speaking celebration at 645 W. North Ave).


Seniors will enjoy a delicious restaurant meal, entertainment, flowers, treats, and friendship.



Hundreds of volunteers will also pick up festive meals to deliver to homebound seniors from 9a.m. to 11a.m. at 355 North Ashland.


Little Brothers- Friends of the Elderly is a volunteer-based nonprofit organization founded in Chicago in 1959. They are committed to relieving isolation and loneliness among the elderly by offering friendship and socialization opportunities. All services are free and open to elders over the age of 70 regardless of income. The organization serves more than 1,300 elders throughout the city. To learn more, click here.




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