What We Do > Willowbrook Corner
Willowbrook Corner is a vital outreach of The Community House providing academic tutoring and social support to local underserved youth and families in the Willowbrook Corner community, located just 10 minutes south of the Community House.
Programs help students improve their educational performance, practice positive decision-making skills, and provide opportunities for community involvement.
Ways to Get Involved @ WBC
Love to read to children or help kids with homework? We’re always looking for volunteers.
Contact Marcie McGonagle at MMcGonagle@thecommunityhouse.org or 630-323-7500 ext. 228.
- Share Your Talent
Speakers Welcome! Beauty Services, Sports Clinics, College Planning, Career Ideas/Planning,
Job Coaching, Arts/Crafts, & other talents encouraged.
- Specific/Short Term Resource Needs
Is your schedule flexible? Can you fill in occasionally?
We regularly need someone for a specific need or project.
Put your name on our list of resources.
- Supply Drives
Drop off items including school supplies, backpacks,
healthy snacks & drinks, office supplies, sports equipment, arts/crafts supplies.
Learn what your financial support can do by clicking HERE.
Click here to make a donation to support Willowbrook Corner Programs.
To learn more about the Willowbrook Corner Program and After School and Summer Learning Programs, click here.
Willowbrook Partners Program
The Community House’s Willowbrook Corner Partners Program provides counseling and therapy services to children, adolescents, adults, couples and families. Services are provided at no cost to the residents of Hinsdale Lake Terrace, Hinsdale Point, Waterfall Glen, and Echo Lane. Partnerships are the key to strong and healthy communities. The Partners Program uses relationships with other service providers to help clients find the services to meet their needs and offers them through counseling, groups and workshops.
To learn more about the Partners Program, click here.
Why are these services critical?
The neighborhood of Willowbrook Corner came into being as part of public housing relocation programs in the 1970s and 80s. Located in unincorporated DuPage County, the neighborhood is not served by a municipality, and many families residing in the neighborhood live below the federal poverty level. The residents of Willowbrook Corner are not served by a municipality or a park district. As a result, the children living in the Willowbrook Corner neighborhoods do not have the same opportunities as their fellow classmates.
To learn more about these critical services and what your support means to the Willowbrook Corner families, click here.
Where is Willowbrook Corner?
Located 6 miles south of Hinsdale this neighborhood is an area of unincorporated DuPage County that is geographically, politically and socially isolated.
Bounded by I-55, Rt. 83 and the Waterfall Glen Forest Preserve, the neighborhood is primarily composed of apartment and condominium complexes including Echo Lane Apartments, Hinsdale Lake Terrace Apartments, Hinsdale Point Condominiums and Waterfall Glenn Apartments, with single family homes in adjacent unincorporated subdivisions.
A special thank you to all of the agencies and funders that make the programs at Willowbrook Corner possible.
Generous support is provided by our bank coalition partners:
Additional support for Willowbrook Corner provided by:
Alfred Bersted Foundation, Diermeier Family Foundation, DuPage County Community Development Commission, Hinsdale Magazine 60521, Mavco Insurance Agency, McCormick Foundation,Topfer Family Foundation, U.S. Trust, Standard Market, Bank of America Private Wealth Management, United Way
For more information on ways to support the learning programs at Willowbrook Corner, please contact Rebecca Perkaus at firstname.lastname@example.org or 630-325-1389.