When their daughters were in high school, Kay Branz and Jane Doyle realized that they wouldn't have the opportunities they desired and deserved after graduation. Kay and Jane founded Center for Independent Futures in 2002. Since then, we've supported hundreds of individuals with disabilities to live full, independent lives.
For every new "Like" First Bank & Trust's Facebook page receives during the month of February, the bank will donate $2.50 to Center for Independent Futures. Click below to make a quick difference in our community!
For the second year in a row, the Center for Independent Futures community honored Martin Luther King Jr. Day by partnering with the Woman’s Club of Evanston for a service project. Click below to learn the volunteers' recipe for success.
The first month of 2017 brought a new beginning and a milestone to the Center for Independent Futures staff. We welcomed Chrissy Lewis to our team as a Full Life Process Consultant and celebrated Cynthia Witherspoon's ten-year work anniversary.
Individuals with disabilities in Illinois now have another possibility when it comes to saving for the future. Achieving a Better Life Experience, or ABLE, Accounts provide another option for saving for disability-related expenses. Follow the link below to get more information.