Sharing is Caring

Interlink Auto Transport values being a part of the community. We are pleased to support the following causes:


Lighthouse of Oakland County

2016

As one of the leading providers of emergency assistance in Oakland County. Lighthouse helps more than 10,000 families annually with food, utility assistance, transitional and supportive housing and many other services to help families through the immediate crisis that brings them through our doors. 

https://www.lighthouseoakland.org


American Diabetes Association

2016

Our Mission:  To prevent and cure diabetes and to improve the lives of all people affected by diabetes.

http://www.diabetes.org


St. Jude Children's Research Hospital

2016

St. Jude is leading the way the world understands, treats and defeats childhood cancer and other life-threatening diseases.

https://www.stjude.org


Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago

2016

We are guided by the belief that all children need to grow up in a protective and nurturing environment where each child is given the opportunity to reach their full potential. We believe this vision can provide a brighter future for all children. Our vision is inspired by the courage of children and families. It is sustained by the extraordinary contributions of compassionate, knowledgeable and dedicated staff and volunteers, and built from our tradition of providing unsurpassed health care for children.

https://www.luriechildrens.org


Lamb's Fold

2016

Lamb's Fold Center for Women and Children serves homeless and abused women and children by providing them with community-based supportive housing, personalized recovery services, and assisting them to achieve self sufficiency.

http://lambsfold.org


Alzheimer's Association

2016

Formed in 1980, the Alzheimer's Association mission is to eliminate Alzheimer’s disease though the advancement of research;, to provide and enhance care and support for all affected; and to reduce the risk of dementia through the promotion of brain health.

http://alz.org/


Susan G. Komen

2016

We’ve transformed how the world treats and talks about this disease and have helped turn millions of breast cancer patients into breast cancer survivors. Since 1982, we’ve funded more than $889 million in research, more than $1.95 billion in medical care, community and provider education, and psychosocial support, serving millions in over 60 countries worldwide.

http://ww5.komen.org/


You Can Be My Angel

2016

The mission of the You Can Be My Angel Foundation is to help children with cancer by easing the financial burden of childhood cancer.

http://youcanbemyangel.com/


DePaul University

2015

The Office of Development strives to make a difference by securing philanthropic support for the university from alumni, friends and donors. Private gift support is key to the university’s success as the nation's largest Catholic university. Through contributions from supporters, DePaul accomplishes its Vincentian mission of providing access to educational opportunities, teaching and learning, and to engage society.

https://alumni.depaul.edu/GiveToDePaul


Wellness House

2015

Cancer can feel overwhelming, for patients and their families.  It can be confusing and frightening.  Fortunately, when it comes to living with cancer, you have Wellness House. With support groups, exercise and nutrition classes, social events, and much, much more, Wellness House is designed to give you back the strength, community, and control that cancer can take away.  Since you can’t put a price on these things, we don’t either-there’s absolutely no charge for all of the programs and services that we offer.

Wellness House
131 N. County Line Road
Hinsdale, IL 60521
Phone: (630) 323-5150
Fax: (630) 654-5345

http://www.wellnesshouse.org


Team Erin

2015

5 year-old Erin Grace is a special little girl. Erin has Down Syndrome and now is fighting leukemia. Erin was taken to the doctor on May 20, 2014 due to a rash. Her older sister had been sick the week before and Erin's parents, Brian and Diana, thought Erin might have caught the same bug. The doctor recognized the rash as a petechial rash, a condition in which blood leaks out of the skin's capillaries and causes small red dots on the skin. Erin's pediatrician ordered blood work which revealed that her platelet count was very low. She was immediately admitted into the hospital. The following day she had a bone marrow extraction and was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL). 18 hours after being seen by her doctor for what her parents thought was just a viral rash, Erin received her first chemotherapy treatment. She has also received multiple platelet infusions as she is struggling to maintain her platelet count. Erin is facing 2 years of chemo and treatment.

Team Erin is dedicated to providing support to the Grace family by organizing a variety of fundraisers to help them with medical and other expenses. If you would like to volunteer for a fundraiser, please send a private message to the Team Erin page.

To make a donation to the Grace family please mail a check payable to "Grace Family Fund" to:


St. Johns Bank and Trust
Attn: Grace Family Fund

8924 St. Charles Rock Rd.

St. Louis MO 63114

https://www.facebook.com/TeamErin2014/timeline


BuildOn - Empowering Education & Global Service

2015

Education is a basic human right.

Yet those who need education the most – children living in poverty – are the least likely to attend and complete school.

Join us! Stay connected to the global movement to break the cycle of poverty, illiteracy and low expectations.

http://www.buildon.org/


Sals Pals - Adding tomorrows every day

2015

Sal's Pals is committed to finding a cure for Cystic Fibrosis. We will use all of our strengths and talents to ensure successful fundraising events that raise money and create awareness for CF. We will embrace the future by recruiting, and motivating families, friends and corporations to join our fight by inspiring within them a passion to join our cause. Our fight will continue until a cure is found for Sal and the thousands of others that suffer daily from this disease.

http://salspals.com


SS. Cyril & Methodius Parish

2015

We are a family of faith, entrusted with the gospel message of Jesus Christ. Rooted in a rich tradition of worship, service and prayer, we foster the unity and faith of this community. Enlivened by the Spirit, we share our gifts, talents and resources to bring about the Kingdom of God.

608 Sobieski Street
Lemont, IL 60439
P: 630.257.2776

http://www.stcyril.org/


AL’S Drive For ALS

2015

ALS, more commonly known as Lou Gehrig's disease, is a progressive neurodegenerative disease that destroys motor neurons. With your help, it is possible to improve the quality of life of the men and women suffering with ALS in our community.

http://www.alsfoundation.org/


Love & Support for Slawek Kasprzak

2015

Slawek Kasprzak was tragically killed in a motorcycle accident. He left behind 4 young children and his stay at home wife. Please help this family in their time of need.

https://www.gofundme.com/slawomirkasprzak


Barbara A Scott Foundation

2015

The Barbara A Scott Foundation was founded in 2009, in memory of founder Todd Scott's mother, who passed in March 2002 from a grade IV glioblastoma multiforme brain tumor. The foundation was created to help provide resources and financial aid to help families, in the Greater St. Louis Area, who are dealing with a brain tumor. Each individual is treated as a person and we are here to help, however we can. The Barbara A Scott Foundation is funded solely by fundraisers and direct donations.

Barbara A Scott Foundation
2141 Blossom Ln.
Arnold, MO.  63010

http://www.mamabarb.org/


Ronald McDonald House Charities of Chicagoland & Northwest Indiana

2014

The Ronald McDonald Family Room provides a haven of respite and hospitality to families whose children are in treatment at the hospital. Located just outside the pediatric intensive care unit and outpatient service area, the space provides a home-like atmosphere away from the stress of the hospital, allowing families a moment to rest and rejuvenate, so that they can face the stress of the hospital visit with renewed energy.

Ronald McDonald House Charities of Chicagoland & Northwest Indiana
1301 W. 22nd Street Suite 905

Oak Brook, IL 60523

http://rmhccni.org/


Caring Bridge

2014

Caring Bridge is a nonprofit organization that offers free sites for people in need of financial assistance in times family and medical crisis. Today, CaringBridge serves more than 500,000 people a day. Support Sophia

http://www.caringbridge.org/shared-stories/from-your-hearts


The North Oakland Family YMCA

2014

The Y strengthens the foundations of community through our focus on youth development, healthy lifestyles and social responsibility. Initiatives are a vital part of our promise to deliver positive, meaningful change in our community. Find out what we're doing and get involved!

http://ymcadetroit.org/north-oakland/


Woodlands Church

2013, 2014

For 2 decades now, Woodlands Church has spread the gospel of hope throughout the world while ministering to the needs of literally millions of hopeless and hurting people. Through this ministry God continues to work and bring about heart and spirit transformation locally, nationally and globally.

http://woodlandschurch.tv/give


Hope & Friendship Foundation - Walk With Andrew

2013, 2014

Walk With Andrew was organized to provide Andrew with financial, emotional, and physical assistance. At the age of 15, Andrew was in a severe accident which left him paralyzed. He is currently attending Next Steps Physical Therapy where he is involved in an intense rehabilitation program. His goal is to walk again!

Walk With Andrew
11 Liberty Drive

Lemont IL 60439

http://walkwithandrew.com/ | http://hopeandfriendshipfoundation.com/


Wounded Warrier Project

2014

The Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) provides help for thousands of injured warriors returning from the battlefield and helps provide assistance to their families.

Wounded Warrior Project
P.O. Box 758517

Topeka, Kansas 66675

http://www.woundedwarriorproject.org/


Breast Cancer Charities of America

2014

The Breast Cancer Charities uses funds to conduct research on the link between breast cancer and nutrition. Funding will also be employed to educate the public and health care professionals on integrated cancer care. Another portion of gifts will be dedicated to the Help Now Fund, which provides emergency financial assistance to help people in active treatment with their rent and utilities; University Educational Program, which promotes the prevention message to college campuses and young women as they make healthy lifestyle choices; Feeling Beautiful Again, a program service designed by a breast cancer survivor to provide a gift bag filled with educational and beauty items that addresses the psychological side of breast cancer and not feeling like a woman; Survivor Kits that go into over 450 hospitals nationwide as a tool for step by step directions on the breast cancer journey; Educational Empowerment Programs, teaching women across the US the steps to prevention & survivorship of breast cancer and Medical Missions of providing clean medical supplies to impoverished nations.

The Breast Cancer
Charities of America
8505 Technology Forest Place Ste 604
The Woodlands, Texas 77381
P: 936.231.8460
F: 936.231.8462
E: Info@TheBreastCancerCharities.org

http://www.thebreastcancercharities.org/


Cancer Care

2014

Cancer Care Organization provide telephone, online and face-to-face counseling, support groups, education, publications and financial and co-payment assistance. Professional oncology social workers offer personalized care, and all of our services are free of charge.

CancerCare®
275 Seventh Avenue
New York, NY 10001
P: 800‑813‑HOPE (4673)
E: info@cancercare.org

http://www.cancercare.org/


Support Super Sam

2014

Sam Santhuff is a 5 year old boy that was diagnosed with rhabdomyosarcoma. The family needs help raising money to pay for Sams medical expenses. Sam and his mother are going to be flying out to Florida for a new treatment that will help decrease the radiation in his body. This trip requires buying food, plane tickets and even living there for 30+ days. Support Super Sam

http://www.gofundme.com/Support-Super-Sam


WTTW

2013

The fulfillment of WTTW’s mission to educate, engage, and inspire our community with a wide range of high quality programming is made possible in part by the partnership of private, family, community, and corporate foundations, as as government agencies.

http://interactive.wttw.com/support/foundation