On May 16, 2018, SGA Youth & Family Services invites you to its annual fundraising benefit at Radisson Blu Aqua Hotel. This popular evening raises critical funds to provide life-changing services to children and families in some of Chicago’s most underserved and distressed communities. The popular evening includes a cocktail reception with hors-d’oeuvres, dinner, a performance of original songs composed as part of the Lullaby Project, a partnership between SGA and the Negaunee Music Institute at the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, a silent auction with exclusive vacation packages, awards presentation, and a keynote address with Dr. Kyle Pruett, an international authority on child and parent development. Participate in the auction in person or from your smart device with our online bidding.
"Building on Promise" speaks to the hope we have for our city; the promise and potential each of us has to make a difference; SGA’s commitment to finding innovative ways that create lasting change; and our commitment to engaging others so we can increase SGA’s reach and can replace the cycle of poverty and adversity faced by so many children and families in Chicago, with the Cycle of Opportunity. This innovative model fosters resiliency, instills hope and helps individuals realize their potential.
Thanks To Our Sponsors:
Roger and Susan Stone Family Foundation
Karen and Matthew Kaplan
Susan and Donald Belgrad
Victoria and Robert Noonan
Rachel and Neal Seltzer
Community Savings Bank
Amy and Andy Gelman
Peters & Associates
For more information, or to learn about sponsorships, please contact us at (312) 447-4334 or supportSGA@sga-youth.org
SGA helps children, families, and communities facing great challenges to realize their potential.
SGA Youth & Family Services leads positive change for children and families in Chicago's most challenged and underserved neighborhoods. The non-profit has provided free, comprehensive services since its founding in 1911. SGA believes that sustainable community change results from a focus on early childhood, education supports, parenting, and workforce development. Collaborative partnerships, innovative programs, and measurable outcomes fuel SGA’s efforts to replace the cycle of poverty with the Cycle of Opportunity. Learn more at sga-youth.org.