Small Gifts, BIG Impact
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.
Give Back and Create Awareness with the Envision Unlimited Holiday Cards
We are partnering with Eclectik for you 2019 holiday cards! Our holiday card collection features artwork made with by Envision artist. Ten percent of your card purchase will be donated to Envision Unlimited. Spread some holiday cheer to friends, family members, and clients by sending them a memorable holiday card.
Guaranteed Pride at Guaranteed Rate Field
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 loves all the Chicago teams, but when it comes to baseball, nothing beats the Sox! “I always go to the community outings dur
Catch Him If You Can
Looking for Mr. Leslie? So is everybody else.
Whether he’s signing for checks from the delivery man, greeting a guest at the door, or zipping around in his motorized wheelchair to ask colleagues a question, Richard Leslie is always on the go at Beverly Bank & Trust.
Aida’s Success Story
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. This experience allowed Aida to make her mark in her community and inspired many of her peers to follow her in footsteps.
“Engaging with Aging” in Partnership with UIC
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 population. Each week, attendees discussed different topics such as health, exercise, nutrition, friendships, and community.
Jamie’s Cycling Journey
“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.