2017 Fundraising Events

Spring 2017 Luncheon

9th Annual Spring Luncheon is scheduled for Wednesday, May 10th at Northmoor Country Club in support of the center’s children’s services and Camp Neeka.  This year’s Keynote Speaker is Louis J. Kraus, MD, Women’s Board Chair and Section Chief of Child Psychiatry, Rush University Medical Center.  Kraus will speak on “Anxiety & Youth”.  Learn more about how you can get involved with this year’s luncheon! To register visit us here. 

Camp Neeka is a six-week therapeutic summer day camp for children ages 8–12. It is designed to emphasize team building, self-control, positive interaction with others, and social and emotional growth. The camp allows children to build friendships while building self esteem.

The 2016 luncheon featured guest speaker Bonnie Miller Rubin, award-winning former Chicago Tribune reporter and author. See below for last year’s pictures…

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The Josselyn Center 22nd Annual Golf Outing 

The Golf Committee of The Josselyn Center will host its 22nd Annual Golf Outing on Monday, June 5th at Pine Meadow Golf Club in Mundelein. The event includes a round of golf on one of the nation’s premier public courses, followed by a cocktail reception and dinner, all in support of the The Josselyn Center’s mental health programs and services. For more information on sponsoring or playing in this year’s outing, please click here.  To register click here.

 

“Picnic in the Park” at Ravinia – 2017 date coming soon!
Held on November 5, 2016 at Ravinia, this event featured special guest Christopher G. Kennedy, civic leader and former Merchandise Mart Chair.  In his words…

“When you have a big family, your world expands. You have an enormous number of experiences, each bringing its own, unique insight, expanding our minds and opening our hearts. There are baptisms and graduations, weddings and divorces. There are babies being born, and uncles and aunts being laid to rest, fun events and parties, dances and proms, alcoholism and drug abuse, academic honors and calls from the principal’s office, wins and victories, drugs and death, promotions at work and job loss, exciting beginnings, gun shots and terminal illness, goals and scores, homeruns and losses, and always more fun than all of those challenges combined.

With such a large family and so many experiences, the work of the Josselyn Center is never far from my mind.”

Thank you to Chris and the more than 200 guests for attending the 2016 event and for raising more than $235,000 in support of The Josselyn Center.