Rainbow Glitter Warrior Fund!
This year, I am celebrating my 50th birthday on February 28th by raising awareness and funds to help the people with intellectual disabilities served by Esperanza Community Services.
As a board member, Esperanza is near and dear to my heart. We serve hundreds of children and adults with Autism and other intellectual disabilities, along with their families throughout Chicago, by providing life-changing support to help them achieve their fullest potential and become as independent as possible.
No donation is too small – every dollar raised will be used to help people build academic and life skills that lead to independence, happiness, and a higher quality of life. For every person we support to achieve a goal, a family becomes stronger, and our entire community is enriched.
So here’s the deal: Instead of a gift, dinner, or drinks for my birthday this year, I am asking my friends and family to make a tax-deductible donation to Esperanza.
If you cannot donate, I would be grateful if you forward this letter to friends, family, or co-workers who might be interested in helping me reach my goal to assist.
There are several ways you can donate. The easiest way is to donate online here.
Feel free to call me, text me, or email me with any questions you might have about the Esperanza Community Services and the outstanding programs that they offer. I am so happy to dedicate my birthday to raising funds for them this year!
Want to donate by check?
You can send it directly to the center at the address below:
Esperanza Community Services
520 N. Marshfield Ave.,
Chicago, IL 60622
Please make checks payable to Esperanza Community Services and note my birthday fundraiser on the memo line.