Read below for a preview of some of the great boards which will be featured at the CharityScenes Social at SPACE by doejo on January 21, 2016!
Young Women's Giving Council of Chicago Foundation for Women
Young Women’s Giving Council of Chicago Foundation for Women is a diverse community of young professionals who are committed to supporting young women and girls through philanthropic efforts. To support our philanthropy we utilize our strength as a network of young women to fundraise for the purpose of grantmaking. In addition, we develop the potential of women as leaders and philanthropists, empowering them through educational programming, leadership opportunities, and professional development.
Auxiliary Board of Northwestern Memorial Hospital
The Auxiliary Board of Northwestern Memorial Hospital (ABNMH) is a non-profit organization of Chicago’s young professionals who are dedicated to raising funds for Northwestern Memorial Hospital. Since becoming affiliated with the hospital in 1987, ABNMH has fund raised to enhance treatment for Northwestern Memorial’s patients and their families through a host of patient care initiatives, including: ambulatory spine programs, bone marrow transplant, comprehensive heart failure prevention and treatment and most recently, type 1 diabetes (T1D). The board has focused on providing "seed money" to programs and research initiatives that are so novel and innovative, they may otherwise not get funded.
Lookingglass Theatre Junior Board
The Lookingglass Theatre Junior Board is a tightly-knit group of Chicago’s finest up-and-coming professionals that promotes the educational programs of Lookingglass Theatre Company. We're at the front lines in advocating for the significant role the arts play in Chicago’s vibrant civic life. Since our 2001 founding by David Schwimmer and Billy Dec, we have grown to become one of the most influential junior boards in town because we embrace and embody the diversity, energy and enthusiasm that made Lookingglass the Tony Award®- winning nationally recognized theatre it is today.
Aspire Associate Board
Founded in 2011, the Associate Board is a dynamic group of professionals between the ages of 22 and 30 who support Aspire through fundraising events, volunteerism and awareness campaigns. Monthly meetings are held at different locations in Chicago for brainstorming, planning and organizing. Board members represent a wide range of backgrounds and professional expertise, and interested candidates are welcome.