Center for Independent Futures is excited to share our latest annual report, sharing stories of our community and supporters. In the 2016 edition, you'll find updates on our work with individuals, families, students, and organizations.
In less than two months, Center for Independent Futures celebrates our fifteenth anniversary at SPARK on Friday, April 28. Read on at the link below to get the updates about entertainment, dessert and beverage sponsors, and more as this starlit evening approaches.
For students with disabilities, the thought of leaving school often creates fear and uncertainty. To help students prepare for brighter futures, we collaborated with Equip for Equality to support Chicago Public Schools students to create plans and gather resources.
"It touched my heart to talk about what I've been through," Center for Independent Futures participant Matthew said after speaking on a panel organized by two Northwestern University student groups. Read more about the event at the link below!
With our Community Connectors and Bridge Builders Project, we've partnered with Lo Que Puede Venir, an organization that supports Hispanic communities in Chicago. Follow the link below to find out how they support individuals with disabilities to create connections and engage with their community.