Please join us Sunday, October 18th at 11:00 AM for Glenkirk’s 18th Annual Benefit Brunch at the Ravinia Green Country Club. This year’s event will bring together all of our friends and family to celebrate, share and support our vision of dignity and opportunity for our friends and family members with intellectual and developmental disabilities. 

 

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About Glenkirk

  • The Keystone Alliance

    The Keystone Alliance was founded in 2009 through a unique partnership between two like-minded nonprofits with similar missions, Glenkirk and Search, Inc. We formed the Keystone Alliance with the belief that by joining forces and working collaboratively, both organizations could strengthen their missions and grow their programs.

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  • Glenkirk Enterprises

    The small business enterprises of Glenkirk generate earned income that helps to support important programs and services for people with intellectual disabilities.

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  • Volunteer at Glenkirk

    Glenkirk depends on people just like you who volunteer their time, energy and talents to improving the lives of individuals with intellectual disabilities.

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Latest Updates

  • Opportunity Secure Data Destruction Just Had Its Best Year Ever!
    Opportunity Secure Data Destruction Just Had Its Best Year Ever!

    Opportunity Secure Data Destruction (OSDD) is an AAA-NAID certified social enterprise of Glenkirk. A certified document and media destruction company located in Northbrook, its purpose is to provide high quality services to its customers, meaningful employment options for people with disabilities and earned income to support Glenkirk's important mission.

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  • Enough is Enough – Open Letter from CEO John Lipscomb
    Enough is Enough – Open Letter from CEO John Lipscomb

    On June 25, Governor Rauner vetoed 19 of the 20 spending bills comprising the FY 16 budget plan approved by the General Assembly in May.  In what amounted to a game of budgetary Russian roulette, the only FY 16 spending measure to avoid his veto pen was legislation to continue funding the state’s elementary and high schools.  With his signature, school districts across Illinois breathed a sigh of relief. 

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  • Save the Date – Glenkirk’s 18th Annual Benefit Brunch!
    Save the Date – Glenkirk’s 18th Annual Benefit Brunch!

    Please join us Sunday, October 18th for Glenkirk’s 18th Annual Benefit Brunch at the Ravinia Green Country Club.

     

    We are thrilled to announce that Glenkirk has elevated the Benefit Brunch as its signature annual event. This is a great opportunity for Glenkirk to grow and bring together all of our friends and family to celebrate, share and support our vision of dignity and opportunity for adults with special needs. Over the past 17 years, the Benefit Brunch has raised more than $2.3 million to make an indelible impact on the quality of life for people with intellectual disabilities by supporting Glenkirk’s important programs and services.

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