We are passionate people, with a compassionate approach.


Chicago IL 60615


Some of you may  have experienced taking care of your parents or a loved one or perhaps you are in this situation right now.  One of the lessons I learned from this difficult experience is as seniors pass gradually to the next level of life, they may be frightened, they may find it difficult to lose their independence, they may experience depression as well as a sense of loneliness.  Often times our elders are lonely for some of the simple things that so many of us take for granted.  All  of a sudden, even those simple things are no longer available to them.  I can see why some of them may be frustrated.  Their desires haven’t changed, they just need assistance with activities of daily living.

I know change is a natural part of life, but isn’t there anything we can do?  How can we make the road easier?  A road that we may one day face.

In order to meet our mission and continue to provide services, we rely on the generosity of individuals and businesses for support.  Without your assistance, we would not be able to support this segment of our society.




The moment I met Verda Wilkerson, I felt her passion that she breaths to help the seniors of Chicago. She is so focused on accomplishing her life’s mission, it is contagious. The vision of Lillian’s Light in the coming years will help so many people. It is our desire to support her and make sure that she reaches her goals.

Manuel Corazzari

It is always a pleasure working with Verda and the Lillian’s Light and The Caring One Hundred organization.  Verda is truly dedicated to helping senior citizens with task that we take for granted.  To hear her talk about her work is inspiring.  I’m glad to be able to help.

Larry Damico

I have known Verda and The Wilkerson family for over 20 years. My colleagues and I I have supported her program for seniors for several years now. Her tireless efforts and crusade to support seniors are much appreciated. We remain loyal to this program now and in the future. Thank you Miss Wilkerson for all you do

Paul Oddo

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