The first step in getting involved in SOAR is becoming a member. Being a SOAR member gives you access to our events, volunteering opportunities, Task Forces, and eligibility to apply to our Board of Directors. For businesses, building, cultural/institutional organizations SOAR membership gives you the ability to deliver your message to many Streeterville residents. It also shows your dedication to the Streeterville community. Membership with SOAR gives you a voice on issues you care about – like parks, safety, and urban development. Ready to be an active member? Click the link below to join!
SOAR would not exist without the dedication of our volunteers! From planning and running events like the SOAR Farmers Market and Blueprints Gala, to maintaining the beautiful Lake Shore Park gardens, SOAR volunteers give their time in memorable and meaningful ways. There are many ways to volunteer with SOAR-click the button below to learn more.
Please Note: SOAR membership is required to participate as a volunteer. Learn more about joining SOAR at https://soarchicago.org/membership/, or by contacting Meghan Farrell, Member Services Manager, at email@example.com
Task Forces & Clubs
SOAR’s Task Forces and clubs are busy working on wide variety of community initiatives, issues and topics. Task Forces are the best way to truly have a voice in the Streeterville community! Interested? Click the link below to find the Task Force or club that’s right for you.
SOAR Board of Directors
Streeterville residents who are interested in being considered as a candidate to serve as a director of SOAR’s Board of Directors are invited to submit an application to the nominating committee. Applicants must be SOAR members in good standing.
SOAR Board members gain interesting and important insights into how all stakeholders work together to keep Streeterville a neighborhood. To turn these insights into policy requires participation by residents from every corner of the community who offer complementary skills and experience.
Interested Streeterville residents are asked to complete an online application and submit copy of a current resume or curriculum vitae.
SOAR Board members are elected for one (1) or two (2) year terms.