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1 CHICAGO BLACKHAWKS

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5 Table of Contents Introduction From the Chairman and President 2 Blackhawks Charities Board of Directors 3 Mission Statement 4 Our Story 6 Charitable Grants 8-11 In-Game Activities In The Community Youth Hockey 22-25

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8 W. Rockwell Wirtz Chairman Chicago Blackhawks John F. McDonough President Chicago Blackhawks Jay Blunk Sr. Vice President, Business Operations Chicago Blackhawks Gene Gozdecki Attorney Gozdecki, Del Giudice, Americus & Farkas, LLP Danny Wirtz VP, Spirits Marketing & Sales Wirtz Beverage Group Peter Hassen Sr. Dir., Market Develop. & Community Affairs Chicago Blackhawks TJ Skattum Director, Finance Chicago Blackhawks Elizabeth Queen Coordinator, Community Relations Chicago Blackhawks 3

9 Mission Statement As the official charity of the Chicago Blackhawks, Chicago Blackhawk Charities pledges to support programs and institutions throughout Illinois that work towards creating a better tomorrow for the youth of today. Chicago Blackhawk Charities believes in a series of fundamental principles that collectively serve to support local citizens and better the lives of youth in and around the city of Chicago. 4

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11 Our Story Since it began in October of 1993, Chicago Blackhawk Charities has granted over $7.5 million for local non-profit organizations that focus on any of these five specific areas. We believe in... Aiding those who are homeless, ill, abused, or otherwise at risk Treating individuals suffering from physical injury or disability Promoting health, fitness and teamwork Repressing risk-related behavior such as drug use, gang involvement and crime Facilitating positive educational experiences that illustrate the power of learning 6

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13 Charitable Grants Last season Chicago Blackhawk Charities awarded $700,000 in grants to 16 organizations. CBC s one goal is building relationships not just giving financially, but making a commitment to serving the Chicago community by creating an open network of loyalty with our partners. Chicago Blackhawk Charities reaches this goal one day at a time and will continue to expand and focus on impacting the community in every way possible. 8

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15 Amateur Hockey Association of Illinois AHAI s mission is to provide an improved grassroots foundation for the growth and development of USA Hockey and its members, designing programs aimed at encouraging increased participation, improved skills and a responsible environment for the conduct of youth hockey. Today, the AHAI is the fifth largest American amateur ice hockey association and is a dynamic force in the molding of amateur hockey in America. American Hearing Impaired Hockey Association The American Hearing Impaired Hockey Association (AHIHA) is one of the leading sports organizations in the United States serving deaf and hard-of-hearing athletes. AHIHA s mission is to instill confidence among those who find it difficult to participate in regular athletic programs because of their special needs. Each summer, AHIHA overcomes this problem by hosting a unique week-long hockey camp designed especially for these athletes. Boys Town of Chicago Boys Town Chicago provides an array of services for high-risk youth involved in gang activity or caught up in gang intimidation, academic failure and overall behavior and emotional distress. Boys Town s programs are rooted in a reputable, well-researched and outcome-oriented methodology specifically designed to instill healing and hope through a wholistic (mind, body, spirit) approach. BUILD, Inc. The goal of Broader Urban Involvement and Leadership Development, or BUILD, is to engage at-risk youth in schools and on the streets while helping them realize their educational and career potential and encouraging them to contribute to the stability, safety and wellbeing of our communities. Over 90 percent of BUILD s 3,500 constituents are low-income and at risk for gang recruitment. Chicago Jesuit Academy Chicago Jesuit Academy is a full scholarship college preparatory school for middle school boys who come from modest economic backgrounds. The CJA seeks to counter the negative influences young men on the west side of Chicago face daily including poverty, gangs and violence by providing these young men with an opportunity to succeed outside of the regular system that has not served them well. Comer Children s Hospital Comer Children s Hospital plays a vital role in Chicago through the care provided for the economically and socially disadvantaged families from the city s south side. The Child Protective Services Kids First Clinic, a child-centered clinic focused on meeting the ongoing complex medical needs of abused and neglected children, is a natural fit for CBC. Community TV Network CTVN empowers low-income young adults and children in Chicago by engaging them in the collaborative process of digital media production. CTVN promotes positive youth and community development with the overall goal of raising the educational success and economic viability of the neighborhoods in which CTVN youth live and work. Since the founding of CTVN 35 years ago, over 8,500 of Chicago s at-risk youth have participated in its media-literacy programs building the academic, job, and teamwork skills they need to create positive futures for themselves and their communities. Dreams for Kids Dreams for Kids provides assistance to improve the quality of life for children with disabilities and those who have suffered hardships. Dreams for Kids offers education, recreation, financial assistance and hope to children with their various programs throughout Illinois. The Dreams for Kids Extreme Recess program has been incredibly successful, and the organization is currently looking for grant funding to expand the program to include more young people. 10

16 Girls in the Game Girls in the Game provides healthylifestyle programming for girls throughout the school year combining sports and fitness, health and nutrition education, and leadership development to address girls overall health. More than 700 girls participate at 30 sites in Chicago throughout the school year and summer. Maywood Fine Arts The Maywood Fine Arts Association recently began a program called Fit and Fun, which supports nutrition education, fitness and overall youth development. Originally started by a group of community leaders looking for programs to combat escalating rates of drug activity, gang involvement and teen pregnancies in the Maywood community, MFA has become a community center with a complete schedule of classes and workshops aimed to enrich each student s mind, body and soul. Midtown Educational Foundation The Midtown Educational Foundation (MEF) operates the Midtown Center for boys and the Metro Achievement Center for girls. These centers provide thousands of disadvantaged Chicago students with rigorous academics, structured character education and enriching extracurricular opportunities. MEF programs focus on scholastically-challenged inner-city students, helping them complete their education, pursue the profession of their choice and become good citizens. Nettelhorst Community Group (The Nettelhorst School) The Chicago Blackhawks and Nettelhorst are a perfect fit in supercharging and sponsoring an ambitious and inspiring model for city and nationwide schools. In the past six years, Nettelhorst has become a highly-regarded success story within the Chicago Public School system. Nettlehorst s success comes in accordance with the Blackhawks own resurgence and interest in developing a young and extensive fan base while sending positive messages about health and wellness. The Blackhawks Nettelhorst partnership is one which promises to be mutually beneficial for years to come. Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago The Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago (RIC) is dedicated to providing the most comprehensive physical medicine and rehabilitation services to patients, including a continuum of care that includes inpatient, outpatient and day rehabilitation services. The Institute unites excellent patient care, research and education to promote lifelong health and independence for people with disabilities. Robert Crown Center for Health Education Robert Crown Center for Health Education has been the largest provider of health education to more than 5 million school-age children and youth in the Chicago metropolitan area. The RCC s newest venture for which they are seeking funding is a center at Homan Square in North Lawndale, where they plan to educate those who may not otherwise have access to knowledge about their overall health and well-being. The main goal of the RCC is to lead, educate and motivate youth towards healthy, safe and happy lives. Snow City Arts Foundation The programs supported by the Snow City Arts Foundation provide critical development and learning opportunities for low-income hospitalized children who struggle to keep up with school. In the past decade, Snow City Arts has served more than 11,000 chronically ill children across Chicago. A grant from Chicago Blackhawk Charities is put towards programming at the Stroger Hospital of Cook County. WTTW Kids Readers are Leaders WTTW Kids Readers are Leaders performances feature the popular Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) star Miss Lori and friends at 25 Chicago Public Libraries across the City of Chicago. These free family events, aimed towards children 3-8 years old, encourage young people to participate in reading activities through fun and entertaining performances, plus readings of The Magic Uniform, by Josh and Allison Mora. 11

17 In-Game Activities A majority of Chicago Blackhawk Charities fundraising comes from our fans during in game activities. Together our supporters have helped us raise over $760,000 to be distributed to our grant recipients. In addition, CBC has partnered with other non-for-profit organizations to help support their fundraising efforts by donating a percentage of funds raised during games. 12

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19 50/50 Raffle Chicago Blackhawk Charities puts on a 50/50 Raffle during each home game. One lucky fan walks home with 50 percent of the net proceeds from that night s raffle ticket sales, and the other 50 percent of the proceeds benefit Chicago Blackhawk Charities. The 50/50 made over $400,000 this season, allowing the winning fan walk to take home an average of $6,500 per night. Beard-A-Thon There is nothing like a Blackhawks fan come playoff time; all-heart, all-passion, and if we get it our way, all beard. The Beard-a-Thon is a fundraiser for fans to show their playoff spirit by growing a beard and pledging money for charity throughout the playoffs. Whether a fan is growing one for the team or sponsoring someone else, fans can watch beards grow for a good cause. Birthdays & Group Welcomes For a $100 donation, Blackhawks fans can welcome, congratulate or wish a close friend Happy Birthday on the Blackhawks Scoreboard. The message will appear on the center videoboard during the first intermission and the fan will receive one photo of the message. All proceeds benefit Chicago Blackhawk Charities. Charity Ticket Section The Chicago Blackhawk players are proud to help and support local charities by purchasing a block of 20 tickets to each home game. The 20 tickets are then donated to local organizations and grant recipients that distribute the tickets to members of their programs. This allows local charities a chance to visit the United Center, watch a game and meet the player who donated their tickets. Community Spotlight Videos Throughout the season each and every fan is not always aware of what Chicago Blackhawk Charities is doing in the community or how the funds are raised during each home game. CBC worked with Blackhawks TV this year to create videos highlighting some of the great experiences the players engage in and around the community. The videos illustrate how each organization utilizes their funding, and are played on the scoreboard two-to-three times a month during home games to raise awareness to fans. Four Seasons Goalie Saves Four Seasons Heating & Air Conditioning donated $4.44 to Chicago Blackhawks Charities each game when a save was made by a Chicago Blackhawks goalie. Last season Blackhawks goalies had 1,855 saves and donated $8, to CBC. 14

20 Pick a Puck During select home games, the players wives and girlfriends sell autographed wrapped pucks. Fans can make a $30 donation to Chicago Blackhawk Charities to receive a mystery puck autographed by one of the current Blackhawks players. In , CBC made over $22,000 during holdiay games and the NHL s Hockey Fights Cancer awareness night. RoadWatch Parties When the Blackhawks are playing on the road, participating Chicagoland bars host a RoadWatch Party and broadcast the game to create a home game atmosphere. Chicago Blackhawk Charities encourages fans to attend the RoadWatch Party where they have the chance to enter into a raffle to win autographed player memorabilia. All proceeds from the RoadWatch parties goes directly to Chicago Blackhawk Charities. Silent Auction During each home game, Chicago Blackhawk Charities has a silent auction located at Section 104 and Section 333. By entering into a partnership with Frameworth Sports Marketing, Chicago Blackhawk Charities are able to give the fans the opportunity to bid on unique, framed and player-autographed items for each game. All proceeds from the silent auction go directly to Chicago Blackhawk Charities to help serve the current grant recipients and local communities of the Chicagoland area. USO/Military Tickets The Chicago Blackhawks developed a partnership with the United Services Organization for the season. During every Blackhawks home game, an active service personnel and a veteran are honored on the ice with Jim Cornelison during the singing of our National Anthem. Verizon Home Team Goals Verizon donates $75 for each goal the Blackhawks score at the United Center to Chicago Blackhawks Charities. This year Verizon donated $10,000 to CBC. Zamboni Rides For a $500 donation to Chicago Blackhawk Charities, Blackhawks fans can ride the Zamboni at a Blackhawks home game. Each rider will also receive an 8 x10 photo as a memento of the experience. Zamboni rides are available during pre-game, and first and second intermissions. Subject to availability with at least a 48-hour notice. Riders must be at least 48 tall. 15

21 In the Community Chicago Blackhawk Charities is committed to supporting programs and institutions throughout Illinois that work toward creating a better tomorrow for the youth of today. In addition to our own initiatives Chicago Blackhawk Charities supports the programs founded by the National Hockey League. We are dedicated to impacting the lives of individuals through an array of special events and outings along with numerous community programs throughout Illinois. 16

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23 Blackhawks Better Halves The Blackhawks Better Halves are the wives and girlfriends of current Blackhawks players. The Better Halves support the mission and goals of Chicago Blackhawk Charities, and work alongside the organization to better influence the community of Chicago and the sport of hockey. On Nov. 10, 2009, BBH shopped at the Tory Burch boutique in Chicago where 15 percent of the proceeds went to Blackhawk Charities. The ladies raised $17,569 during their shopping spree. Coat Drive Blackhawks Better Halves and the Blackhawks front office collected over 100 coats and other clothing items last winter which were donated to approximately 15 families from Boys Town of Chicago, a Blackhawk Charities grant recipient. Four Feathers Golf Invitational Presented By Bud Light Chicago Blackhawk Charities hosts the annual Four Feathers Golf Invitational, which is the biggest fundraising event of the season. Last year, the event raised over $82,000 in its 10th year and was held at the exclusive Conway Farms Country Club. This high-class event features the entire Blackhawks hockey team and former Blackhawks greats teamed with each foursome, a golf clinic, lunch, dinner, awards and auctions. Every member of the Blackhawks family attends this prestigious event, including: coaching staff, Wirtz Beverage, alumni, media and sponsors. Hockey Fights Cancer Hockey Fights Cancer is a joint initiative founded in Dec by the NHL and the NHL Players Association to raise money and awareness for hockey s most important fight, cancer. Hockey Fights Cancer is supported by NHL Member Clubs, NHL Alumni, the NHL Officials Association, Professional Hockey Trainers and Equipment Managers, marketing partners, broadcast partners and fans throughout North America. Hockey Is For Everyone Hockey is for Everyone is a component of The Biggest Assist Happens off the Ice, the National Hockey League s social responsibility program that builds on the League s long-standing tradition of addressing important social issues in North America 18

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25 and around the world. Hockey is for Everyone provides support and unique programming to nonprofit youth hockey organizations across North America that are committed to offering children of all backgrounds opportunities to play hockey. The initiative is supported by NHL Member Clubs, players, NHL alumni and fans. To date, Hockey is for Everyone has exposed close to 45,000 boys and girls to unique hockey experiences. Holiday Toy Drive Chicago Blackhawk Charities coordinated a toy drive during three home games in December, where fans brought over 2,000 toys, which were then separated and donated to Dreams For Kids, Toys for Tots and NorthShore University Health System. On Dec. 17, 2009, Troy Brouwer and his wife Carmen, along with Colin and Carli Fraser, delivered some of these toys to sick children at NorthShore University Health System, located in Evanston. Many of these children did not have the opportunity to celebrate the holiday season in the comfort of their own homes, but the Brouwers and Frasers gave their time and good cheer to help lift the spirits of these children. Stuff the Bus At the 2009 Chicago Blackhawks Training Camp Festival, fans brought in school supplies and Chicago Blackhawk Charities rented a yellow school bus for the festival and literally challenged those attending to Stuff the Bus. All supplies collected were then donated to three local schools for distribution at their discretion. Through this initiative CBC was able to compile and donate over 3,200 items to Chicago Public Schools to cover students everyday needs, such as pens and pencils, paper, glue, scissors, notebooks and folders, as well as some fun extras, including locker mirrors, decorative book covers and protractors. Teammates for Kids Foundation The Chicago Blackhawks players and coaches are proud to donate and be part of the Garth Brooks Teammates for Kids Foundation. The Foundation exists to develop and implement innovative concepts that generate financial funds for the benefit of children s charities that represent health, education and inner-city services. One hundred percent of the proceeds raised go directly to all children s charities. Teammates for Kids was established January 1999 as a non-profit corporation by co-founders Garth Brooks and Bo Mitchell. Since the foundations inception, more than 2,300 professional athletes have joined the team, distributing more than $75 million through inkind donations and scholarships. 20

26 Teammates contribute a predetermined sum of money based on selected categories from their ingame performances. For example, a hockey player will pledge to contribute $1,000 for every goal he scores in a season, or a goalie could pledge to $500 for every shutout. The Teammates for Kids Foundation then triples all donations made by professional athletes. The Magic Uniform The first Chicago Blackhawk Charities children s book, written and illustrated by sports broadcaster Josh Mora and his wife, Allison Mora. The book is an example of Chicago Blackhawk Charities commitment to literacy. The book was shopped around Chicago and suburban book stores, libraries and schools to increase sales and awareness, and is also sold during games on the concourse. All proceeds from the book go to Chicago Blackhawk Charities. Tommy Hawk Kids Club Chicago hockey fans ages 12 and under, are invited to join Tommy Hawk s Kids Club. For just $25, a Tommy Hawk Kids Club member will receive a personalized credential, a birthday card from Tommy and a Tommy Hawk gift bag. Members have the chance to attend an exclusive skate at the United Center, get regular updates about special events, contests and more. 21

27 Youth Hockey Welcome to the Chicago Blackhawks Amateur Hockey section. Our goal is to increase awareness, enthusiasm and participation of youth, high school, disabled and adult hockey in the Midwest. Through various initiatives, we strive to provide the resources for anyone who wants to play hockey. 22

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29 24 Amateur Hockey Association of Illinois The Amateur Hockey Association of Illinois (AHAI) was founded as the governing body of Illinois amateur hockey in AHAI and the Chicago Blackhawks have partnered in numerous initiatives over the past 25 years. As another season begins, this tradition continues. For more information on all of all AHAI/Blackhawks initiatives, check out Special Hockey Programs Tomahawks, Diversity Hockey and Sled Hockey are all part of our special hockey programs. Check AHAI s website for more information. Streethawks/Chicago Public Schools The StreetHawks program has partnered with the Chicago Public Schools to introduce hockey at the grassroots level. With help from the NHL, the Blackhawks donate sticks, balls, pucks and goalie gear to select Chicago Public Schools and other program centers so they may participate in street hockey. Junior Hawks Presented By Meijer Junior Hawks gives amateur hockey teams (primarily mite and squirt level) the opportunity to play a game on United Center ice before a Blackhawks home game. Junior Hawks players receive a jersey and a chance to meet Blackhawks representatives, coaches and players. Harris Bank Presents Youth Hockey Player and Coach of the Month During the hockey season, fans can submit their nominations for the Harris Youth Hockey Player and Coach of the Month. Fans can submit a nomination form online at chicagoblackhawks.com. Board members will select the monthly winners based on pre-determined criteria in the categories of school, community and hockey accomplishments. MinorHawks/Learn to Skate The MinorHawks/Learn to Skate program was launched in order to allow hockey to be affordable and accessible to everyone. Through the combined efforts of the Blackhawks, AHAI and USA Hockey s OneGoal Equipment Rental Program, each MinorHawk player has access to rental hockey gear and a Learn to Skate session at selected MinorHawk rinks around Illinois. Participants also receive a Blackhawks practice jersey and are invited to an on-ice clinic at the United Center after the season.

30 Chicago Blackhawks Coaches Club The CBCC was created to allow AHAI coaches exclusive access to practice plans, coaching tips, special ticket offers and more. For only $20 per year, the CBCC will hold various seminars throughout Illinois in smaller, interactive environments catered to the coach s level. Members will receive quarterly s with coaching tips, practice plans, coach/player interviews, nutrition tips and more. The Marines and Athletico will provide leadership, training tips and proper workouts for all ages. Youth Hockey Mobile Club Interested AHAI members can text AHAI to BHAWKS (242957) to receive exclusive AHAI ticket offers, special event information and more. Our goal is to keep the AHAI community informed, interested and in the loop. RollerHawks RollerHawks is a roller hockey program which encourages any level player to come out and skate on the beach. USA Hockey certified coaches run clinics on Saturday mornings in the summer (May-August), at North Avenue Beach rink. Equipment is provided for anyone who wants to give roller hockey a try. Blackhawks Hockey Camps Supported by AthletiCo and Comcast SportsNet Weekly camps are open to boys and girls of all skill levels, ages Daily schedule includes two on-ice sessions, lunch and off-ice training. Camp runs from approximately 9:00 a.m. 2:30 p.m. Three Day Camp is open to serious hockey players ages who are interested in enhancing their skills with top notch coaches. Daily sessions include two hours of on-ice instruction followed by one hour of off-ice training. Blackhawk Cup Presented By Hinckley Springs The Blackhawk Cup is the Illinois State Championship for competitive youth hockey. The competition is designed to raise the visibility of hockey in Illinois and provide all competitors with the goal of becoming champions. New this season, the Blackhawk Cup All-Tournament Team presented by the Marines, will recognize the best players in the state during the Blackhawk Cup tournament. For more information on the 2010 Blackhawk Cup, visit www. ahai.org. 25

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33 Chicago Blackhawk Charities proudly supported the following organizations in their fundraising efforts during the season: Abbott Laboratories Abby Rose Schirmer Memorial Fund Ace Bailey Children s Foundation Adaptive Adventures Adoption-Link Adult & Child Rehab Center Adventist Hinsdale Hospital Blood Center Advocate Lutheran General Children¹s Hospital Aicardi Syndrome Foundation Alliance for the Great Lakes Alliance Francaise de Chicago Alzheimer s Association Amate Magic American Cancer Society American Diabetes Association American Foundation for Suicide Prevention American Legion Post 18 American Liver Foundation American Parkinson Diseease Association Midwest Chapter American Red Cross American Society of Safety Engineers Foundation American Special Hockey Association Angelman Syndrome Foundation Animal House Shelter Inc. Antioch Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 210 Arden Shore Child and Family Services Arthritis Foundation Asian Health Coalition of Illinois Associate Firefighters of Oak Brook Aurora Township Fireman¹s Association Autism One Autism Speaks Auxiliary of the Infant Welfare Society of Chicago Batavia High School Summer Reading Program Bear Necessities Pediatric Cancer Foundation Bears Care Berwyn Public Health District Beverly Arts Center Auction Big Brothers of Metro Chicago Big Shoulders Fund Bloomingdale Police Department Boy Scouts of America Boys & Girls Club of Chicago Boys and Girls Clubs of West Cook County Briggs4Kidz Bright Pink High Tea Brotherhood for the Fallen Buffalo In-line Hockey Group Bulldog Hockey Association Bunkers in Baghdad Busy Brains Childrens Museum Cabrini Connections Tutor Cal s All Star Angel Foundation Calvary Harvest Church Cancer Care Foundation Catholic Charities Center For Independent Futures Central IL Fragile X / National Fragile X Foundation Central Illinois Soccer CER of Illinois CFMC Chicago Acappella Chicago Bandits Chicago Blues Hockey Chicago Botanic Garden Chicago Children s Advocacy Center Chicago Convention & Tourism Bureau Chicago Do the Write Thing Challenge Program (DtWT) Chicago Fire Foundation Chicago Heights Church of the Nazarene Youth Group Chicago High School for the Agricultural Sciences Chicago International Academy Chicago Lighthouse Chicago North Shore Alumnae Panhellenic Chicago Northwest Lions Club Chicago Police Department Chicago Police Memorial Foundation Chicago Police Sergeants Association Chicago Public Schools Chicago Sky Chicago Urban League Chicago Volunteer Legal Services Chicago White Sox Chicago Youth Centers Chiefs Hockey Club Child Abuse Council Children s Center for Autism Children s First Fund Children s Home + Aid Childrens Miracle Network Children s Interstitial Lung Disease Children s Wish ChiroMission Christian Youth Center Chrysalis Community Center Columbus Blue Jackets Foundation Communities Dare To Care Community Christian Alternative (CCA) Academy Community Counseling Centers of Chicago (C4) Community Crisis Center in Elgin Connections for the Homeless Cornerstone Christian Academy Cornerstone Services, Inc. Crete Township Fire Department Crisis Center Inc. Crohn s & Colitis Foundation of America Crossroads Fund Cubs Fastpitch Softball Association, Inc. Culver Boys and Girls Club Cystic Fibrosis Dakota Collegiate Lancers Hockey Team Danny Firkins Memorial Fund Danville PB&PA Unit #11 Deerfield Bannockburn Police Departments Charity Division Deerfield Park Foundation DeKalb American Legion #66 Disabled American Veterans Donate Life Downers Grove Fraternal Order of Police Lodge #73 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Boys & Girls Club Dreams for The Hedinger Children Drew Knipper Memorial Foundation Ducks Unlimited - Windy City DuPage Children¹s Museum Dupage Habitat for Humanity Easter Seals Eastern Illinois University Eden Prairie Hockey Association Elite Special Athletes Foundation Emerald Society of Illinois EMK Foundation Epilepsy Foundation of Greater Chicago Evanston Township High School Educational Foundation Evergreen Community Church Falcons Hockey Club Family Health Partnership Clinic Family Rescue Family Service & Community Mental Health Center Fast Break Fun Fellowes, Inc. First Church of Lombard, UCC Folds of Honor Foundation Friends of Agassiz, Agassiz Elementary School Friends of Chicago¹s Finest Friends of Handicapped Children Frontera Farmer Foundation Fundraiser for Grace Fundraiser for Natasha McShane Geneva Fire Dept Gifford Park Association Gigi s Playhouse Girl Scouts of America Girls in the Game GivingHousing Glenview Stars Youth Hockey Leauge Glenwood School for Boys and Girls Global Medical Brigades DePaul University Golden Horseshoe Hockey School Good Scout Dinner Awards Good Shepherd Center Good Sports, Inc. Grace Gaskill Benefit Great Steps for Neurofibromatosis Greek American Foundation Griffith Tutoring GRIP Outreach For Youth Grover Cleveland Elementary School Guardian Angel Basset Rescue Inc Guild for the Blind Habitat for Humanity of DeKalb County Halo of Hope Foundation Harborside Academy Scholarship Classic Sickle Cell Anemia Foundation Have Dreams Hawthorne Scholastic Academy Hazel Crest Professional Firefighters HE/HO PTA Hedge Funds Care Hegewisch Little League Hemophilia Foundation of Illinois Hessville Community Service Post #232 of the American Legion, Inc Hewitt Associates Foundation Hines Foundation Holy Family School Homer Township Public Library Homes for Endangered and Lost Pets Hope for Vision Hope for Vision Greater Chicago Community of Hope Hope To Give Horbul Scholarship Fund Horizons for Youth Hough St. School Parent Teacher Organization Human Resources Center of Edgar and Clark Counties Humboldt Community Christian School Huntington Learning Center Huntington s Disease Society of America, Inc. IAAM Foundation IDEAS IL Special Olympics Law Enforcement Torch Run Illinois Association for Parents of Children with Visual Impariments Inc Illinois Bravest Hockey Team Illinois Fire Chiefs Association Educational & Research Foundation Illinois Heart and Lung Foundation Illinois Philharmonic Orchestra Illinois Probation and Court Services Association Illinois State Police Illinois State Police Softball Committee Immaculate Conception School Independent Futures Institute of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Foundation Israel Sport Center for the Disabled IUOE Local 150 Food Bank Trust, Inc Jagged Edge Dance Company Jane Addams Elementary School Jared Allen¹s Homes for Wounded Warriors Foundation Jays Care Foundation 28

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