Supporters meet challenge of Sun-Times Foundation and Chicago Community Trust gift
With the help of 75 generous donors, Erikson successfully raised the $50,000 needed to receive a matching gift from The Sun-Times Foundation and The Chicago Community Trust.
[img_caption src=”https://www.erikson.edu/wp-content/uploads/STFoundation_CCT_combined_logos-200×74.jpg” align=”right” alt=”Sun-Times Foundation and The Chicago Community Trust logo”]”We were thrilled by the generous sign of support from these two organizations,” says Randy Holgate, vice president for institutional advancement. “The Erikson community enthusiastically responded to the opportunity to double their support of children and families.”
Gifts put children first
[img_caption src=”https://www.erikson.edu/wp-content/uploads/Sacks_Gracias.jpg” align=”right” caption=”Sacks and Gracias” alt=”photo of Sacks and Gracias”]The Sun-Times Foundation and The Chicago Community Trust matched gifts to Erikson’s Children at the Forefront Annual Luncheon, up to $1,000 per gift. The Chicago Sun-Times‘ Splash publication also provided exclusive media sponsorship.
“Supporting children in the earliest years truly impacts the rest of their lives,” says trustee Sabrina Gracias, who co-chaired the luncheon with trustee and alumna Cari Sacks, ’91. “We are very grateful for the incredible generosity shown by our guests, faculty, and sponsors, which will enable us to always put children first.”
Another matching gift opportunity
You have another chance to double your support of children and families, as Erikson received another matching challenge.
All new gifts and increased gifts to Erikson’s Annual Fund will be matched by a generous donor, up to $100,000. Every gift, no matter the size, makes a huge difference.