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.
Spirit of Erikson Institute Award
More than 500 people joined Erikson to place children and families first at our October luncheon.
“The briskly paced luncheon packed a video, an award, and a Harvard lecture into 105 minutes,” Lisa Bertagnoli notes.
The event raised more than $800,000 in support of Erikson initiatives in Chicago and around the country.
More than 400 people celebrated the potential of young children at Erikson’s annual Gala, raising more than $700,000.
Friends of Erikson turned out to dine, dance, and support young children at Erikson’s annual benefit, play ball, on May 11, 2012.
The event was a smashing success, raising more than $630,000 for Erikson’s work with children and families. The occasion was also an opportunity to honor Joseph A. Gregoire, regional president of PNC Bank’s Illinois banking, with the Spirit of Erikson Institute Award.
On April 1, 300 friends and family members gathered to celebrate Erikson’s 45th anniversary at Prism Ball 2011 at the Four Seasons, Chicago.
Event raises nearly $800,000 to support Erikson’s work to improve the care and education of young children.
Emmy-winning television producers Bill Kurtis and Donna LaPietra were the stars of Erikson’s annual black tie gala.
Chicago’s First Lady Maggie Daley accepted the Spirit of Erikson Institute Award presented to After School Matters at Erikson Institute’s annual Prism Ball on Saturday, April 12.
More than 500 notables in education, finance, philanthropy and real estate gathered at the Museum of Science & Industry on Saturday, May 19, to help Erikson Institute celebrate 40 years as leaders in child development at its annual Prism Ball. The black-tie benefit for the Institute’s education and research programs raised more than $1.1 million—a new record.