Rep. Natalie Manley

 Deputy Majority Leader
(D-Joliet)
98th District
Rep Natalie Manley

Springfield Office:
300 Capitol Building
Springfield, IL 62706
(217) 782-3316

District Office:
1050 W Romeo Rd., Suite 101
Romeoville, IL  60446
(815) 725-2741

 

Biography
Accountant; A.A., Joliet Junior College; B.A., University of St. Francis; M.A.O.L.-P.A., Lewis University; active community volunteer, Big Brothers, Big Sisters of Will and Grundy Counties; HUGS of Shorewood; former board member, CASA of Will County; job shadow host, Plainfield High School and Joliet Junior College; local radio show co-host; married and has one daughter. Representative since 2013.

Manley Continues Efforts to Provide Luggage to Foster Children

Manley Continues Efforts to Provide Luggage to Foster Children

ROMEOVILLE, Ill. – To ensure that foster children are being provided with luggage to help them move their belongings, state Rep. Natalie Manley, D-Joliet, is encouraging residents to donate their new or gently used luggage to her ongoing Luggage for Foster Kids Donation Drive. So far, the drive has collected over 130 pieces of luggage from community members. Manley was inspired to begin the donation drive after learning that many foster children do not have luggage to transport their items, forcing them to use trash bags as they move from place to place. Ensuring that foster children have the basic dignity afforded to them by owning a piece of luggage and being able to store and transport their belongings like their peers, can help alleviate the stigma that can come with being a foster child. Residents who would like to donate their luggage can set up a pickup or drop-off time with Manley’s district office by texting or calling 815-725-2741.

Manley Continues Efforts to Provide Luggage to Foster Children

Manley Visits the White House to Highlight Local Initiatives and Community Needs

ROMEOVILLE, Ill. – As part of her efforts to advocate for the needs of local residents, state Rep. Natalie Manley, D-Joliet, joined other local officials from Will County to update the White House on new programs that are providing important resources to communities across the region as well as work to secure additional resources to address the needs of local residents.