Envision Unlimited serves Chicagoans with intellectual and developmental disabilities and other special needs, offering innovative, individualized, high-quality services that promote choice, independence, and community inclusion. In addition their primary diagnoses, 92% of Envision's clients come from homes at or below the Federal Poverty Level, approximately 50% have mild to severe physical disabilities, and 84% identify as racial and/or ethnic minority backgrounds.
Join Us For A Spectacular Evening!
The 2018 Envision Bright Futures Ball Saturday, April 28
JW Marriot Chicago l 6:00pm - 11:30pm Black Tie Optional
Congratulations to the recipient of the 2018 Legacy of Achievement Award: Paulette Jagers, Head of Strategic Initiatives and Leadership, BMO Financial Group
The Silent Auction is open for bids!
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VALET PARKING available at Adams and LaSalle
Event-only rate: $30 l Overnight rate: $68
Bright Futures Ball Event Chairs: Jymme and Steve Chaouki
Bright Futures Ball Vice Chairs: Jon and Kristen Bilton, Dan and Nancy Durbin, Niamh and Christopher Kristufek, Ashvin Lad, Heather and Randy Nornes, Sarah and Lou Rassey, Brian and Jennifer Snell
Bright Futures Ball Planning Committee: Heather Nornes, Dorothy O'Malley, and Sarah Rassey
Envision Unlimited Board of Directors
Heather Nornes Chair, Brian Diedrich Vice Chair, Julie Dreixler Vice Chair, Mark Jak Vice Chair, Dan Durbin Treasurer, Dorothy O'Malley Immediate Past Chair, Chrisonia Butler Secretary (Ex-Officio), Mark McHugh President and CEO, Jonathan S. Bilton, Barnaby Dinges, Fernard Kenniel, Lawrence Kipperman, Niamh Kristufek, Mary Kay Krupka, Ashvin Lad, John Lemker, Robert Lewandowski, Ed Mullen, Dennis O'Malley, Dan Proft, Sarah C. Rassey, Brittany Scott, Zernul Shackleford Jr., Brian Snell.
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JW Marriott Chicago, West Adams Street, Chicago, IL