Join us for a Summer Action Assembly on August 3rd.
Goodwin Hall Auditorium at Benedictine University (5700 College Rd. Lisle, IL 60532) at 7:00pm.
We will be hosting public elected officials including Roger Heaton, Illinois Public Safety Officer, who will be key to addressing our three-pronged criminal justice reform strategy of expanded CIT training, Crisis Diversion Centers, and affordable housing across DuPage and Kane Counties.
**Leaders are in contact with Governor Bruce Rauner’s office and are working to arrange the Governor’s attendance.
CLICK HERE and fill out the form to RSVP for this event.
An Organization of Organizations
DuPage United is an inclusive, non-profit, non-partisan organization whose members are civil society institutions: churches, mosques, synagogues, non-profit agencies, and associations. This mix of institutions have come together to form public relationships and to act together to improve the quality of life for individuals, families and communities. DuPage United engages in democratic action in the public arena.
What DuPage United Believes
Democracy is not merely voting, but actively engaging in the public arena to solve challenges in our communities.
The "Iron Rule": Never do for others what they can do for themselves.
Leaders are NOT born, but made.
We believe in meeting face to face and developing the public relationships that are the glue of our society.
We believe in building power in order to have the capacity to act: power that is reciprocal, that is tempered by our values and traditions, and that includes more people in the dynamics of public life.