Giving Back

Giving Back

Arc-Tronics Gives Back

Arc-Tronics has always been a family company. Being in business for over 50 years and having second generation owners is just a couple of the ways they do this, but that’s not all. Arc-Tronics and their employees spend a great deal of their time doing community and charity work throughout the year, helping give back to the community. Not only are their employees like family, but they have created a village for those in need.

Community and charity events are crucial for creating a sense of unity and empathy within society. These events serve as ways for individuals to come together regardless of their backgrounds or differences and work towards a common goal: help those in need. By participating in community and charity events, we not only contribute to the betterment of these communities, but also grow appreciation and an understanding for the challenges others may face.

These events also create powerful and often lasting relationships. Whether it’s through volunteering at a local food drive, participating in a charity run, blood drive, or throwing our own  fundraiser, people are able to collaborate and support one another while also making a positive impact. Not only are others helped, but community and charity events raise awareness about important social issues, which in turn sparks conversations and leads to hopeful further action to address systemic challenges and injustices. By actively participating in these events, individuals not only give back to their communities but also contribute to building a more compassionate and equitable world for everyone.

Some upcoming charity events are:

The Children’s Advocacy Center Annual Bloom Event
Thursday, April 18th 2024

CAC’s mission is to serve as the leading resource to empower and heal children and families who have experienced abuse and to prevent violence against children. From the Forensic Interview to the last therapy session, CAC provides comprehensive services to ensure that our clients are building resiliency in order to live healthier lives. CAC has served the north and northwest suburbs of Cook County for over 34 years. Their offices are located in Hoffman Estates, Arlington Heights and Skokie.

Feed My Starving Children
May 18th, 2024

The work Feed My Starving Children does is deeply personal to them, their volunteers, donors, food distribution partners and meal recipients. They mean it when they say it: “We want to reach everyone, until ALL are fed,” because no one deserves to go hungry, especially when we can do something about it. They’ve worked hard to create nutritious meal formulas that really meet the needs of starving people, and this food makes a real impact in their lives.

Kenneth Young Center 5K Walk/Run
Saturday, June 22nd, 2024

Their Mission – They part­ner with com­mu­ni­ties to sup­port peo­ple of all ages who have to nav­i­gate life’s chal­lenges through per­son­al­ized pre­ven­tion, inter­ven­tion, treat­ment, and recovery.

Their Vision – Together We Thrive.

Their Work – Ken­neth Young Cen­ter is a 501(c)(3) not-for-prof­it fos­ter­ing health­i­er com­mu­ni­ties through:

  • Coun­sel­ing for adults, chil­dren, families
  • Assess­ment, sta­bi­liza­tion, link­age for adults/​children in psy­chi­atric crisis
  • Treat­ment, sup­port, and recov­ery ser­vices for those with seri­ous men­tal illness
  • Ser­vice coor­di­na­tion and in-home ser­vices for old­er adults
  • Sub­stance use pre­ven­tion and recovery
  • Alco­hol, drug, and preg­nan­cy pre­ven­tion pro­grams for youth
  • LGBTQ+ Cen­ter for youth and young adults
  • Vol­un­teer opportunities

They are accred­it­ed by the Joint Com­mis­sion, a nation­al­ly respect­ed body with strin­gent stan­dards of excel­lence in healthcare.

Here are our official numbers from this year’s Blood Drive:

Goal: 15
Scheduled Donors: 18
Registered Donors: 15
Whole Blood: 10
Double Red Cells: 2 donors for 4 units
Deferrals: 3
First Time Versiti Donors: 4
Total Units: 14
Potential number of patients helped through ArcTronics efforts: 42!

Thanks to all of our Donors!
Learn more about donating at

The Arc-Tronics team volunteered at “Feed My Starving Children” in Shaumburg last Saturday!

We packed 128 boxes, which equals 27,648 meals. This means 76 kids can be fed a daily meal for a year!

For information on how you can help, visit

Giving Thanks!

Arc-Tronics Employees Contributing Thanksgiving Baskets
For needy families in Elk Grove Village

Arc-Tronics 4th Annual Blood Drive | September 21st

Here are our official numbers from this year’s Blood Drive:

Goal: 14
Registered Donors: 18
Deferrals: 4
First Time Versiti Donors: 7
Total Units: 14
Potential number of patients helped through ArcTronic’s efforts: 42

Thanks to all of our Donors!
Learn more about donating at

Arc-Tronics Running for Charity

Arc-Tronics is all about community, charity & having fun! We sponsored a fundraiser: Journeys | The Run Home this past weekend.

JOURNEYS | The Road Home is a non-profit agency that provides shelter, social services and housing to the homeless and those at risk of becoming homeless in 37 towns in north/northwest suburban Cook County. The mission of JOURNEYS is to individually assess and serve its clients, while broadening community awareness and involvement. The agency consists of the PADS Shelter Program, the HOPE Center Supportive Services Program, and the Pathways Housing Readiness Program, all focused on assisting those in need.

Learn more about Journeys | The Road Home