Creative Enterprise

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At Envision, we believe that creative endeavors nourish the mind and the body. From a Chicago Park District after school program to a juried gallery exhibit, from a chilly spring morning at the raised flower beds to a sunny farmer’s market loaded with fresh product, Envision program participants and our community partners are engaging in experiences designed to stimulate the senses and provide a depth of experience unlike any other.

Through our innovative programming we’re building thought leadership in the creative community, producing art and food that’s fit for Chicago’s finest institutions. If you’d like to get involved and join us on our creative journeys, please fill our contact form (link to standard Contact us form). We look forward to connecting.

Success Stories

This year Envision Unlimited invites you to participate in our “Small Gifts, BIG Impact” campaign for GivingTuesday. Contributions will help people with disabilities, one of the most marginalized populations, become more independent and self-sufficient.

We are partnering with Eclectik for your 2019 holiday cards! Our holiday card collection features artwork made by Envision artists. Ten percent of your card purchase will be donated to Envision Unlimited.

You know what they say about men and their sports right?  Well for Envision Unlimited Halas Day Training Center member Michael J., he hit the jackpot once he learned that he attained a job at Guaranteed Rate Field, home of the Chicago White Sox.  Michael is a diehard sports fan and lo

A House Full of Love for Children in Care

Pamela and Richard Webb run out of fingers as they count the number of children who have filled their home with love over the years.

Looking for Mr. Leslie?  So is everybody else.

We are thrilled to share this profile of Envision client Florence O’Donnell – who recently paid off the mortgage on her lakefront condo

“I’m so happy to be here!” Jamie said as soon as two visitors sat down with her in the lobby of Full Psycle indoor cycling studio during a break from her training session.

Envision Unlimited program participants and researchers from the University of Illinois at Chicago partnered up in spring 2018 for Engaging with Aging, a 12-week “Person Centered Planning Project” designed to assess different areas that are important in the lives of the aging pop

Aida is a program participant at Envision Unlimited’s Westtown Center. In January 2018, she began a 10-week paid internship at St. John Berchman’s School in Logan Square through a partnership with Teaching Together Chicago.