Happy hour on the patio for Arlington Heights nonprofit serving those with disabilities

Updated 6/24/2022 8:59 AM

Clearbrook, an Arlington Heights-based nonprofit, hosted a fun social event at Barcocina in Chicago on June 17. Featuring appetizers, drinks and a beautiful patio, one lucky attendee won the grand prize raffle of an all-inclusive trip to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.

More than $14,000 was raised to benefit Clearbrook's mission to enrich the lives of thousands with intellectual/developmental disabilities. The event was hosted by Clearbrook's Associate Board, a group of young professionals committed to increasing awareness of Clearbrook's mission. They work to raise funds through two events each year.


Clearbrook would like to thank the sponsors who made this event possible: Chris and Carla Riley, John and Gretchen Auerbach, Chris and Kim Fronk, John and Kathi Vosicky, The Wente Family and John and Pam Tarte.

Visit www.clearbrook.org/events to learn more about other upcoming events.


Clearbrook is home, a family, to over 8,000 children and adults impacted by intellectual and developmental disabilities. We support them, and their families, by providing support across the lifespan, helping them to live the fullest lives possible. Clearbrook provides personalized children, community day, employment, residential and clinical services at more than 60 locations in 160 communities throughout the Chicagoland area and is the largest provider of home-based services in the state. We're proud of our deep expertise that spans six decades- allowing us to care for an array of unique needs. We're more than just a nonprofit, we are family, friends, a job, a way to give back, home. Employing more than 900 people, we're proud to report that 89 percent of every dollar raised goes directly into programs and services. For more information, please visit www.clearbrook.org.

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