December 6 2013

Clear-eyed and Pioneering… A Visionary Infant Welfare Society Turns 100

Most centenarians suffer from dimmed vision and low energy. But at the age of 100, Infant Welfare Society of Evanston still shows the sort of foresight and vigor that animated its founders in 1913.

IWSE has a history of spotting problems before they show up on others’ radar screens and of addressing them in effective ways. By adapting its services to societal changes, the organization has been able to adhere to its mission of helping children and families thrive.

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