The Tangerine Owl Project - Recovering from Loss or Trauma

Services in a nutshell

The Tangerine Owl Project is a 501(c)(3) organization whose mission is to help families who have infants in Infant Special Care Units (ISCUs) and Neonatal Intensive Care Units (NICUs) of Skokie, Evanston, and Chicago’s North Shore through emotional support, through community resource education, and through service-focused improvements at these units; and to support the financial and operational needs of the ISCUs and NICUs.

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What is The Tangerine Owl Project All About?

We support those who support families with premature infants

  • Fundraising to accommodate the needs of the Infant Special Care Units in Chicago’s North Shore communities, based on each individual hospital’s needs (new equipment, supplies, etc.)
  • Providing emotional support to the families who have infants in the ISCUs
  • Connecting families who are currently going through and have gone through the experience in the past with each other
  • Providing community resource information to families
  • Coordination of and help with memorial planning for families who lose their child(ren) while in the ISCU
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