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Charitable Beneficiaries

The Community House:

Based in Hinsdale and serving the surrounding suburbs, The Community House is a nonprofit organization that offers both community recreation and quality social services to people of all ages and walks of life. Our services include mental health counseling, the Charlie's Gift Autism Center and the Willowbrook Corner Learning Program.  We make a difference in the lives of thousands of families and individuals by providing local opportunities for athletics, arts and culture, counseling, education services, volunteer opportunities, and community connections.Learn more here


District 181 Foundation:

The District 181 Foundation was formally established in 1997 and incorporated in 1999 as an independent 501(c)(3) organization for the purpose of supporting initiatives that benefit students across District 181 which are not or cannot be funded by tax revenues.  

Since its inception the District 181 Foundation has invested nearly $1,000,000 in District 181 schools.

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Hinsdale Hospital Foundation:

The Foundation is your partner in supporting AMITA Health Adventist Medical Center Hinsdale and AMITA Health Adventist St. Thomas Hospice.

We dedicate our efforts to promoting community awareness and maximizing philanthropy to help the Hospital care for our friends, family and neighbors - as it has for over 100 years.

Your generous gifts made through Hinsdale Hospital Foundation sustain the many programs, new technologies, and enhanced services that bring comfort and healing to our communities. Your generosity heals.

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Rotary Club of Hinsdale Foundation:

The Rotary Foundation, is an endowment fund that awards graduate, undergraduate, teacher and journalist scholarships for travel and study abroad. Special grants support major immunization campaigns, health care, nutritional and humanity projects on four continents. Through Rotary’s PolioPlus program nearly two billion children throughout the world have been immunized. Hinsdale Rotary has provided financial and leadership assistance for five sun ovens in three underdeveloped countries and a water supply system in Mexico. We have also provided assistance for disaster relief, medical care and other international humanitarian projects.
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Ray Graham Association:

To each of the nearly 2,000 children and adults with primarily intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families that we serve throughout DuPage County and the surrounding area, the Ray Graham Association means something different.

To some we represent independence and support. To others we mean safety and comfort. To some Ray Graham Association is family. To others we offer a better life and hope for the future. To others we stand for employment and training. And to some we mean access to resources, community, recreation, health, wellness and more.

And all of them are correct.

Because Ray Graham Association is all about empowering people with disabilities. And not everyone is empowered quite the same way.

With our broad array of educational, vocational, community, respite, early intervention, recreational, home-based and residential programs and services, we are able to find just the right way to empower each of the amazing, gifted individuals we serve.

Empowering people with disabilities has been our mission since 1950.

Their success has been, and will always be, what motivates and inspires us.

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