Goldie B. Floberg Center has been selected to participate in the Carroll Starr Endowment Challenge of the Community Foundation of Northern Illinois (CFNIL).
Goldie B. Floberg Center applied to participate in the two-year fundraising challenge which matches $1 for every $3 contributed to CFNIL endowment. The challenge launches October 1 with a presentation and workshop by fundraising consultant Kim Klein for non-profit staff and directors.
Goldie B. Floberg Center will raise $150,000 to be matched at the maximum allowed $50,000 by the Carroll Starr Endowment. The $200,000 endowment will support the Goldie B. Floberg Center mission in perpetuity.
Goldie B. Floberg Center – In 2018, Goldie B. Floberg Center celebrates 100 years of helping underserved children and families in the Northern Illinois community. Goldie B. Floberg Center delivers the Mission “to empower and enrich the lives of all people served” to children and adults with developmental disabilities and autism. Through programs such as small group community living services, employment services, and adult learning services, Goldie B. Floberg Center partners with the people served, their families and the community to help individuals with disabilities become fully actualized citizens and members of their community.