ParentsWork has chosen Cafe Twist as their party headquarters!

Cafe Twist, our pretzel sandwich cafe at 2218 N. Lincoln in Chicago, has the pleasure of hosting parties, celebrations, work gatherings and more. And on Dec. 3, 4-7 p.m., ParentsWork is coming into celebrate their organization’s 5th anniversary. We’re so excited ParentsWork has chosen Cafe Twist as their party headquarters…they have a lot to celebrate. Here’s some info about the group and if you’re interested in learning more and celebrating with them on Dec. 3, please see the link below to register.

With so many mothers in the paid labor force, more two-income households and more single parents raising children, schools and workplaces need to keep up with today’s families. ParentsWork is a nonprofit Illinois parents’ organization that advocates for innovative solutions to ensure that everyone raising children has the time, resources and support they need to be successful in work and family life.

Since its start in 2006, the group has grown a grassroots network of nearly 800 parents from across the metropolitan Chicago area that have been tackling issues like the need for paid sick days and better school schedules. Most notable has been its pioneering campaign for a more “family-friendly” calendar in Evanston-Skokie School District 65, which led to a reduction in the number of days students are off or released early and helped demonstrate how parents can be a powerful catalyst for positive change.

To celebrate these accomplishments and its 5th birthday, ParentsWork will be hosting an open house gathering on Saturday, December 3rd from 4-7 PM at Café Twist. Click here for more information and to register.

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