Bonnie Horne
Mobile: (815) 483-8456

Team: The Hammond/Horne Real Estate Team

24034 W. Lockport Street, Plainfield, IL 60544

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Bonnie Horne:  A true believer in the concept a community is only as strong as the people that live in it and care for others, Bonnie is a board member of Will County Habitat for Humanity, past Chairwoman of Will County Take Back the Night and current Vice President of the Zonta Club of Joliet (Zonta International).  She has also served as the past chair of the Joliet Historic Preservation Commission and volunteered at Shepard's Table and a food pantry. 

Will County Habitat for Humanity works in partnership with people in need to build and renovate decent, affordable housing. Volunteers and partner families provide most of the labor. The new owners mortgage payments go into a revolving fund for Habitat for Humanity to use to build more houses.  Bonnie's interest in Habitat started years ago when volunteering to work on projects in the Chicago area.

Will County Take Back the Night once a year facilitates a program that focuses on violence perpetrated against women.  The program includes a speaker, a vigil honoring the memory of the women and young children lost to violence, and a march. Bonnie is past chair and a current board member.

Zonta is a worldwide service organization with over 30,000 members in 67 countries. Zonta's mission is to advance the status of women worldwide through service and advocacy.  Bonnie has donated service to Lamb's Fold, Habitat for Humanity, and Guardian Angel.

Shelbey Austgen-Hammond:  It is in helping others that Shelbey feels she can motivate others to do the same. Shelbey is the past President and a current member of the Plainfield Junior Women's Club and a Will County Take Back the Night committee member.

Plainfield Junior Women's Club is an area service organization.  Shelbey was a founding member of the Club which has raised thousands of dollars for local projects. Shelbey has provided service to The Ronald McDonald House, Will/Grundy Big Brothers Big Sisters and other organizations.  Monies from the Club have been donated to may local charities to assist women and children .

Will County Take Back the Night facilitate a yearly program to bring community awareness to violence against women and children in Will County.