Van Voorhees Fund
The Van J. Voorhees Fund was established in 2005 at the request of Col. And Mrs. R.D. Voorhees to honor the memory of their son, Van J. Voorhees. Through the consistent and generous contributions of the family, the fund has grown steadily and is currently supporting new and innovative initiatives. One such project is the Van J. Voorhees Garden, a central component of our Horticulture Program.
Mary Kay Krupka
For the last three years, Ms. Krupka has supported Envision Unlimited through a variety of initiatives and projects. Her support was instrumental in the implementation of our Horticulture Program. Ms. Krupka also supports and volunteers at our special events including the Small Victories Celebration and the annual Fall Art Show.
The Lewandowski Family
Robert and Teresa Lewandowski made a significant gift in 2014 to renovate our Day Center on Stony Island Avenue. Funds from their generous contribution were also used to develop programming for clients challenged by severe physical disabilities as well as cognitive. Assistive technology equipment was purchased for use throughout the facility to expand opportunities for client interaction with each other and the staff. To honor the family’s years of support and Bob’s service on the Board of Directors, the site was renamed the Lewandowski Family Center.
Envision Unlimited, a non-profit human services provider, has been operating in the City of Chicago continuously since 1964.
On a daily basis, we enhance the lives and expand the futures for 1,200 children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities across all ages, abilities and backgrounds. Recognized as a leader for the services we provide, Envision utilizes innovative, accredited programs to provide highly individualized care to all of our clients and their families. It’s our goal to help them learn, live and thrive in their communities. We envision a future with the fewest possible limitations for our clients.