Over 130 golfers rise to the challenge for Clearbrook, a nonprofit serving people impacted by disabilities

Juliann Carlson
Updated 8/6/2019 2:40 PM

Over 130 golfers came out to the exclusive Exmoor Country Club in Highland Park on Monday, August 5, to tee up in support of Clearbrook. Attendees enjoyed lunch overlooking the pristine grounds, 18 holes, dinner, and a paddle raise. Proceeds will help support Clearbrook's programs and services for over 8,000 children and adults impacted by developmental/intellectual disabilities.

Special thank you to the Clearbrook Challenge Committee and Sponsors



Peter Billmeyer, David Feder, Doug Hugdahl, Carl La Mell, Bill Lussow, Chris Conmy, Ed Fiorentino, Victor Sanmiguel, and Jim Woldenberg.


Arly and Karen Guenther, Assurance, Baker Tilly, Bespoke, Frank ten Brink, Church Street Brewing, Carson Wealth, Berkshire Hathaway--Deborah Greenberg, Heathrow Scientific, Horton, and Valic.

For more information event, please contact Hillary Mittelman at 847.385.5009 or hmittelman@clearbrook.org.


What started in 1955 as a parent's response to the unmet educational requirements of their children with special needs, Clearbrook is now a leader in the field of intellectual/developmental disabilities, including autism, down syndrome, and cerebral palsy. Clearbrook is committed to creating innovative opportunities, services and supports for people with disabilities. Each year, we serve over 8,000 children and adults--as well as their families-- in over 160 communities throughout northern Illinois. Clearbrook provides personalized children's, adult day, employment, residential and clinical services at more than 50 locations throughout the Chicago area and is the largest provider of home-based services in the state of Illinois. Employing more than 900 people, we're proud to report that 92 percent of every dollar raised goes directly into programs and services. For more information, please visit www.clearbrook.org.