WIN donates $500 to Clearbrook

  • Sheryl Letwat, left, Clearbrook director of corporate relations and a member of the WIN group, accepts its donation from WIN chairwoman Julie Selof of Andigo, a division of Consumers Credit Union.

    Sheryl Letwat, left, Clearbrook director of corporate relations and a member of the WIN group, accepts its donation from WIN chairwoman Julie Selof of Andigo, a division of Consumers Credit Union. Courtesy of Women in Networking

 
Posted12/22/2020 2:36 PM

SCHAUMBURG -- Women in Networking, a networking group of the Schaumburg Business Association, presented a check for $500 to Clearbrook this month. The donation was part of the group's annual dues designated for charitable giving as part of its GiveThanks campaign to raise awareness for local nonprofit organizations.

Each year, WIN chooses a different charity to receive its financial contribution, as well as to donate items that are most needed. Clearbrook's needs include cleaning supplies, cleaning gloves, shampoo, soap, lotion, hats and gloves for winter (men and women), toilet paper and paper towels.

 

Clearbrook is a leader in creating innovative opportunities, services and support for people with disabilities. With a staff of more than 900 people at more than 60 locations across the Chicago area, Clearbrook is proud to report that 92% of every dollar raised goes directly into its programs and services.

The WIN group is a progressive, all-female, noncompete networking group that meets the fourth Monday of every month. For more information on how to join, email Jill Chrusniak, membership chairwoman, at jillian.chrusniak.k5tk@statefarm.com.

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