Over 100 golfers gathered at the beautiful Exmoor Country Club in Highland Park on Monday July 11 for the Clearbrook Challenge Golf Outing.
The annual golf outing supports Clearbrook, an Arlington Heights-based nonprofit that strives to empower thousands of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities to realize their potential.
Attendees enjoyed 18 holes of golf on the impressive course designed by renowned golf course architect Donald Ross.
Over dinner, Clearbrook President Anthony Di Vittorio discussed the significance of the event and its impact on Clearbrook’s mission.
Nearly $200,000 was raised during the event in support of Clearbrook.
Thanks to the precious dollars raised as a result of this event, the non-profit organization is able to provide enriching programs and services to more than 8,000 people.
Special thanks to the sponsors who made this event possible: Bespoke Commercial Real Estate, Arly and Karen Guenther, Carson Wealth Management Group, Horton Insurance, Heathrow Scientific, Frank ten Brink, Chris and Kathy Perry, UVANTA Healthcare, Gallagher, Assurance, AIG Retirement Services, Autofx, Mariani Landscape and Cenacle Capital Management.
For more information on Clearbrook events, visit www.clearbrook.org/events.
Clearbrook is home, one family, to more than 8,000 children and adults affected by intellectual and developmental disabilities. They support them and their families with lifelong support, helping them live the fullest life possible. Clearbrook provides personalized children’s, community day, employment, residential, and clinical services at more than 60 locations in 160 Chicago-area communities and is the state’s largest provider of home care services. Their deep expertise spans six decades, enabling them to meet an array of unique needs.
We are more than just a non-profit organization, we are family, friends, a job, a way to give back, a home. Employing over 900 people, we are proud to announce that 89% of every dollar raised goes directly to programs and services. For more information, please visit www.clearbrook.org.