More than 540 friends of Erikson Institute came together at our second annual Children at the Forefront luncheon to celebrate the impact we are making to improve the lives of young children and their families through education, research, service, and advocacy.
More than 400 people celebrated the potential of young children at Erikson’s annual Gala, raising more than $700,000.
The Network will greatly strengthen medical education through a new partnership with two major Chicago medical centers.
More than 160 people gave to the week-long campaign, raising $3,120 for the Fussy Baby Network, including a $1,500 matching gift from Kolcraft.
Erikson’s Fussy Baby Network is partnering with Groupon Grassroots, the philanthropic arm of Groupon, to raise money for its home visiting services in Chicago and the surrounding county.
Erikson launched Fulfilling the Promise, an ambitious fundraising campaign, to help reach more children and families and the professionals who work with them. This summer, the five-year campaign surpassed its $30 million goal. More »
This summer, Erikson’s five-year fundraising campaign surpassed its $30 million goal.
Erikson could not have the impact it does on early childhood policy and practice without the support of the Institute’s generous donors.
This CME Group Foundation press release, announcing its funding of the Early Mathematics Education Project, was published by Philanthropy News Digest.
Lisa Bertagnoli interviewed Randy Holgate for a Crain’s Chicago Business article about how fundraising galas are showing signs of economic recovery.
Crain’s Chicago Business interviewed our gala honoree, Larry Richman, and featured the event in their Social Whirl section.
Today’s Chicago Woman covered the who’s who and the highlights of Erikson’s annual fundraising gala.
A gift of $1.5 million from The Children’s Initiative, a project of the J.B. and M.K. Pritzker Family Foundation, to the Campaign for Erikson Institute has endowed a faculty innovation fund.
Erikson Institute, one of the nation’s leading graduate schools in child development, today announced a $30 million, five-year fundraising campaign, Fulfilling the Promise: The Campaign for Erikson Institute. The campaign will expand Erikson’s work in early childhood education and research and its impact in the communities it serves. It will also give the Chicago-based graduate school a permanent home, the first in its 40-year history.