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2020 Annual Report

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2020Annual Report

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2020 was the start of my term as President of the Union League Boys & Girls Clubs Board of Trustees. It goes without saying that 2020 was an unprecedented year. When I was handed the gavel (virtually, of course) back in June, the pandemic and numerous states of events had already rocked our nation and the world. I knew we had a difcult road that still lay ahead of us.The shift and changes to our overall sense of normalcy were certainly astonishing. However, it was our community’s resilience that left the largest impression on me from the year. We all banded together during this critical time as a Union League Boys & Girls Clubs Community with the resolve to overcome the many hurdles thrown our way throughout the year. This was made possible by the dedication and strength of remarkable community members: our Club youth, families, staff, partners, and you. Your support sends a clear message to the fellow members of our community. That message is that they are not alone. Throughout the uncertainty and relentless challenges, you stood by their sides. Because of you, our community members were able to lean on one another, and we all became stronger for it.I send a heartfelt thank you to each and every one of you who keep our Community wonderful, united, and resilient. We know that 2021 will have its own obstacles, but 2020 clearly demonstrated that together we are able to ensure that our youth have bright futures ahead.Cynthia DoloughtyPRESIDENT OF THE UNION LEAGUE BOYS & GIRLS CLUBS BOARDFrom the President of the Board of Trustees2

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We all faced struggles during 2020. Our youth have witnessed loss and had to cope with new barriers to success, but it has also been a year of hope, inspiration, and support from the community. While we continued to hear frustrating reports of how our communities are disproportionately affected by the pandemic, we knew becoming disheartened was NOT AN OPTION. Action and innovation were necessary, and you all shared and supported this determination with us! With your support, we were able to respond to our community’s greatest needs. In partnership with the Greater Chicago Food Depository, we distributed more than 150,000 meals to families across our community and we continue to provide meals and snacks for our Club members. In July, we safely reopened our Clubs to offer summer programs, and we found alternative locations for our school-based sites. When the school year began and commenced with operating remotely, our Club sites served as safe spaces for our members to come to for their virtual learning. At our sites, our youth have access to the internet, technological devices, and learning support from our staff, ensuring their education is not jeopardized by the pandemic. After Chicago’s shelter-in-place order in March, we served 5,165 youth and 1,000 families throughout the remainder of 2020. Our Clubs make a difference in the lives of our Club youth and communities. With your support, you are part of the impact, helping to make us one of the strongest Boys & Girls Clubs in the country. Together, we ensure our Club doors remain open and expand our outreach to serve more of Chicago’s youth.Mary Ann Mahon HuelsPRESIDENT & CEOFrom the President & CEO3

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STAND-ALONE CLUBSSCHOOL-BASED CLUB SITESClub One2157 W. 19th StreetServes the Pilsen communityBarreto Club1214 N. Washtenaw AvenueServes the Humboldt Park communityCICS ClubLocated in CICS Bucktown2235 N. Hamilton AvenueServes the Bucktown communityHammond ClubLocated in Hammond Elementary School2819 W. 21st PlaceServes the South Lawndale communityClemente ClubLocated in Roberto ClementeCommunity Academy High School1147 N. Western AvenueServes the Humboldt Park communityNicholson ClubLocated in Nicholson Technology Academy Elementary School6006 S. Peoria StreetServes the Englewood communityClub TwoLocated in William H. WellsCommunity Academy High School936 N. Ashland AvenueServes the Near West Side communitiesStagg ClubLocated in Stagg Elementary School7424 S. Morgan StreetServes the Englewood communityEnglewood STEM ClubLocated in Englewood STEM High School6835 S. Normal BoulevardServes the Englewood communityAir Force ClubLocated in Air Force Academy High School3630 S. Wells AvenueServes the Bridgeport communityWentworth ClubLocated in Wentworth Elementary School1340 W. 71st StreetServes the Englewood communityChopin ClubLocated in Frederic Chopin Elementary School2450 W. Rice StreetServes the Humboldt Park community1122381197141716151361012114125384 95 10671112LOCATIONS4@UnionLeagueBoysGirlsClubs

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Torres ClubLocated in Acero Charter Schools – PFC Omar E. Torres Elementary School4248 W. 47th StreetServes the Archer Heights communityDaley ClubLocated in Richard J. Daley Elementary Academy5024 S. Wolcott AvenueServes the Back of the Yards communitiesGarcia ClubLocated in Acero Charter Schools – Major Hector P. Garcia MD High School4248 W. 47th StreetServes the Archer Heights communityZizumbo ClubLocated in Acero Charter Schools – SPC Daniel Zizumbo Elementary School4248 W. 47th StreetServes the Archer Heights communityPaz ClubLocated in Acero Charter Schools – Octavio Paz Campus2651 W. 23rd StreetServes the Little Village communityJuvenile Temporary Detention Center1100 S. Hamilton AvenueServes court-detained youth assignedto Juvenile Temporary DetentionSummer Camp24401 52nd Street, Salem, WI 53168Serves all members of Union League Boys & Girls Clubs161314 171518 195

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Shaping LivesDuring the Pandemic.For over 100 years, during nearly every crisis and disaster, Union League Boys & Girls Clubs has not only continued to serve kids and teens but has gone beyond to meet the larger needs of our community. Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, we continued to ll a critical gap for our families.Watch the welcome video!Scan the QR code or visit Clubhouse: We brought the Club directly to our youth by offering online programming via Zoom and Boys & Girls Clubs of America’s innovative My.Future platform.•••••Community Partnerships: We leveraged our partnerships with community organizations, like Greater Chicago Food Depository, to continue to offer our members and their families resources while many were without work and income.Mental Health Resources: Club staff offered online, anonymous peace circles for youth to discuss mental health topics during the stress of COVID when many members felt isolated.COVID-Safe Programming: In July, ULBGC safely opened our doors for summer programming with a 9:1 youth to staff ratio, heightened sanitation, and social distancing practices.Safe, Virtual Learning: As the school year began, ULBGC distributed internet-enabled technology and opened in-person virtual learning centers in our Clubs, allowing youth to participate in virtual learning in a safe space with caring mentors.ADAPTING TO 20206@ unionleague_bgc

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Building Blocks to Success.When everyone else is closing their doors, Union League Boys & Girls Clubs opens theirs. We were proud to serve our youth through virtual programming, in-person virtual learning support, and meal distribution.Learn more about how you can help make a difference!Contact Kim Coady Hawkins at or (312) 583-9924 meals200,000+membersyouth served daily through COVID15,000650+internet-enabled electronic devices distributed for e-learning200+Academic successDeveloping globally competitive graduatesGood character & citizenshipDeveloping 21st century leadersHealthy lifestylesCreating a healthier generationBUILDING BLOCKS TO SUCCESS7@ULBGC65

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Englewood Has Consistently Made News Headlines for Having the Highest Hardship Index in Chicago.The Union League Boys & Girls Clubs Englewood Initiative was developed in 2015 in response to the high rate of violent crimes, gangs, socioeconomic disinvestment, and poverty impacting families and neighborhood schools. At the start of the pandemic when school moved to a virtual platform, our dedicated Englewood staff reached out to our community and learned that that 80% of families were without technology or internet access. ULBGC swiftly distributed internet-enabled technology to youth so they could continue their school work and in the fall opened three satellite locations to ensure youth had a safe place to learn, access to meals, and support from mentors.Your support is invaluable. To join our Englewood campaign, contact Kim Coady Hawkins at or (312) 583-9924 The COVID-19 pandemic has exposed just how signicant the disparities in our community truly are. Help build the next generation of leaders in Chicago by supporting our Englewood campaign.“This was a lifesaver. I had to work but wasn’t able to because I had to sit with my kids for school. This programming allowed me to work and my kids to be successful. We are so grateful.”— Englewood Parent ENGLEWOOD MADE POSSIBLE8

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Contribute to help fund post-secondary education for Club youth. Contact Margie Cepeda-Vargas at m.cepeda- or (312) 435-5940 COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIPSOpen Doors to Great Futures.In 2020, $161,100 was provided to a total of 48 members for their post-secondary education. As the Union League Boys & Girls Clubs continues to serve more high-school members, there will be a need for more scholarships in the years to come. 9ULBGC

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Tiana J.2019–2020 ULBGC YOUTH OF THE YEAR WINNERMEMBER OF:CLUB ACTIVITIES:FUTURE PLANS:Barreto Club for 12 yearsSMART Girls, Torch Club, KeystoneAttend Claremont McKenna College and then law schoolAfter being selected as our 2020 Youth of the Year, Tiana J. then went on to win the 2020 Illinois Youth of the Year title. Such an achievement deserved full celebration. Determined not to let the pandemic interfere with Tiana receiving her due recognition, Board of Trustee members, staff, and supporters collaborated to throw a “Safety First Car Parade.” Participants decorated the front of her house and their cars, which they drove past her home, sharing messages of congratulations and support.YOUTH OF THE YEARWatch the video!Scan the QR code or visit League Boys & Girls Clubs

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A Shift To Virtual Events.We received a tremendous response from our supporters, who enthusiastically embraced the platforms used and seamlessly adapted them to the digital space. We owe the success of these events to them.2020 VIRTUAL EVENTSSponsor the 2021 Gala For Gala sponsorship opportunities, contact Marina Del Cid at or (312) 765-0405 Featuring special guest Dennis Cakebread, Co-Owner and Chairman of the Board of Cakebread Cellars. Guests enjoyed a selection of three Cakebread wines specially chosen for the evening and an elegant four-course meal prepared by Union League Club of Chicago Chef, Michael Ponzio, to pair with the wine.WINE DINNER:Inspirational Heroes Gala celebrated our three Heroes of 2020: BMO Harris Bank, Greater Chicago Food Depository, and Coach Juan Enriquez, Union League Boys & Girls Clubs Games Room Instructor at Barreto Club. The event drew the greatest amount of contributions from event sponsorships in the Gala’s history. Guests also showed continued support of Union League Boys & Girls Clubs by participating in an online silent auction and Fund the Mission fundraiser.2020 GALA:11@UnionLeagueBoysGirlsClubsMORE THAN 200 GUESTSMORE THAN $74,000 RAISEDMORE THAN 200 GUESTSMORE THAN $350,000 RAISEDMORE THAN $102,000 IN SPONSORSHIPS

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Juan Enriquez, or Coach Juan as most of our mem-bers know him, is a staff member in the athletic department at the Barreto Club. Now, because of COVID-19 and its restrictions, Juan is doing another type of coaching: helping Club members with homework and e-learning skills. Juan is always going the extra mile to ensure our youth have what they need to succeed. This is why we honored him as our rst Annual Staff Inspirational Hero. We will continue this tradition at each Gala by honoring a different staff member from across Union League Boys & Girls Clubs.Our InspirationalHeroes.Juan EnriquezAt the start of 2020, no one anticipated we would still be living under CDC guidelines for the remainder of the year. We planned for a disruptive few weeks, but nothing more. As our city shut down, we knew we would have to carry on for more than 15,000 Chicago youth. The future leaders of the next generation were counting on us and we would not disappoint them. During some of the most challenging times, there were countless supporters who came to our aid with program sustainability, but there were two organizations who went above and beyond to lift us up. The Greater Chicago Food Depository and BMO Harris Bank are two of our 2020 Inspirational Heroes. Our third Inspirational Hero is a Club staff member, Juan Enriquez, who is the rst of the staff members to receive this annual award for his exemplary service and commitment to our Club members. INSPIRATIONAL HEROES12@unionleague_bgc

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INSPIRATIONAL HEROESCommunity is the cornerstone of BMO Harris Bank. While BMO Financial Group is headquartered in Canada, the team has done a tremendous job establishing a local presence here in Chicago. Union League Boys & Girls Clubs is fortunate to be a part of BMO Harris Bank’s local initiatives, and proud to bank with an organization that puts community and people rst. After coming to our aid in the midst of COVID-19, there was no question that BMO Harris Bank deserved one of our Inspirational Hero awards. We are grateful for your time, commitment, and faith in Union League Boys & Girls Clubs. Thank you for inspiring us to be better stewards during this uncertain and stressful time.Food insecurity is real. While going hungry is miserable for anyone, it is absolutely heartbreaking to picture a child sleeping with an empty stomach. Our partner of 13 years, the Greater Chicago Food Depository, works tirelessly every day to feed Cook County. Without their support and hardworking team, Union League Boys & Girls Clubs wouldn’t have been able to feed members, families, and neighbors during the COVID-19 pandemic. When we called needing extra meals for our community, there was no hesitation. We thank Greater Chicago Food Depository for being our 2020 Inspirational Hero.13@unionleague_bgc

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SUMMER CAMPSince 1924, Club youth have enjoyed the great outdoors at a residential summer Camp 65 miles north of Chicago in Salem, Wisconsin, on Lake Francis. Camp provides youth with the unique experience to learn skills such as swimming, camping, sports, and arts and crafts as well as 21st Century skills like developing cooperation, becoming independent, and leadership amongst peers. VOLUNTEER SPOTLIGHT:Michael P. Sullivan’s expertise in the construction industry has allowed us to make our Camp safe and fun for all of Chicago’s youth. He has a vision for taking our Camp to the next level to better enrich the experience of programming. His vision has allowed us to make signicant improvements to the waterfront and swimming area as well as the addition of a new Camp Wellness Center.— Terry Hendrickson, Camp Committee MemberAffordable Camp fees are made possible by donors like you. Contact Gwyn Emigh at or (312) 777-3222 to help send a Club kid to Camp.14@ULBGC65

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PARTNERSTHANK YOU TO OUR PARTNERSACT Now Acero Schools After School Matters Altria American Airlines American Camping Association Americorps Annie E. Casey FoundationAT&T Aspire AT&T Oxygen Big City Optical Blessings in a Backpack BMO HarrisBoys & Girls Clubs of America Boys Scout 52 Buffalo Wild Wings & Their Franchises Cal Ripken Sr. Foundation Caruso Communications LLC / Caruso PR Catholic Charities Central State SER Champro Sports Cristo Rey High School Cubs Care, A Fund of The McCormick Foundation Darden Foundation Dr. Pedro Albizu Campos High School El Valor Elevate Energy Erie House Clinic ESPN Family & Support Services Federal Bureau of Investigations First Tee Foundation of Greater Chicago Google/Vista Greater Chicago Food Depository Holy Trinity High School HR Solutions, Inc. Job Corps Jr. NBA Lavelle Law, Ltd Charities Leaders 1354 The Life Development Center Chicago Association of Realtors (CAR) Chicago Basket Brigade Chicago Blackhawks Chicago Cubs Chicago Engineers’ Foundation of the Union League Club of Chicago Chicago International Charter Schools (CICS) Chicago Park District Chicago Police Department Chicago Public LibraryChicago Public SchoolsChicago Says No More Chicago Smelts Chicago White Sox Chicago Yacht Club Citgo Clark Street Comcast—Greater Chicago Region Cook County Juvenile Temporary Detention Center Cook County State’s Attorney’s OfceLuminarts Cultural Foundation of the Union League Club of Chicago Major League Baseball - Reviving Baseball In Inner Cities (RBI) Microsoft Millenium Bridge Mujeres Latinas en Accion National Lewis UniversityNational Museum of Mexican Art Naval Station Great Lakes Nestle Noble Schools Northwestern University Ofce of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention One Summer Chicago Parent University Phalanx Prevention First, Inc. PR Unity Inc. Puerto Rican Cultural Center Rincon Family Services R.I.S.E. (Ross Initiative in Sports for Equality) Roberto Clemente Community Academy Ross Foundation Ross Stores - Dress For Less Rush Hospital Ruth Page Center For The Arts S.C.O.P.E. Shade Family Foundation Sinai Health and Ministry Program St. Ann School St. Paul SchoolTaylor Business Institute The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award T-Mobile U.S. Air Force U.S. Army U.S. Department Of Justice U.S. Marshall Service U.S. Navy Under Armour, Inc. Union League Club of Chicago University of Illinois University of Illinois at Chicago (U.I.C.) University of Illinois at Chicago (U.I.C.) - John Marshall Law School UPS / Road Code (Hodgkins, IL) Wells Community High School West Town Bikes Year UP Young Real Estate Professionals Network (YPN) Youth Guidance 15ULBGC

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ASSOCIATE BOARDUnion League Boys & Girls Clubs Associate Board is comprised of emerging leaders who take inspiring action to serve ULBGC youth. The Associate Board spearheads volunteer and fundraising efforts throughout the year, with the mission of making our youth feel respected, protected, and accepted. We seek to enable all Union League Boys & Girls Clubs members in laying a foundation for a prosperous future. The Associate Board set a new record in 2020, raising more than $44,000 in support of Chicago’s youth. In 2020, we engaged youth through our Annual Ice Skating Social in Millennium Park, our rst virtual Brewing Brighter Futures event, and our annual (and virtual) Holiday Party for our Club members.Matthew Bernardi PresidentTom Bernardi 1st Vice PresidentErica Rickey 2nd Vice PresidentDylan Reynolds SecretaryLogan Heggemann Staff LiasionMargaret JahnAndrew JonesGreg LindgrenHelene Maldonado-GalavizMarco MartinoCarolyn MeinstmaElizabeth OguntiGeorge PersekianLuis PinedoKevin RosenbergLindsey RoseneldNate RubenJordan SacksMark SaranBrett ScheiveForrest SylvesterTodd SzerlongWilliam SzuraDaniel TaylorCali TonnesenKaitlin VentrigliaJake WilkoffLaurel ArlisCatherine BernardiLuke BernardiPeggy BoyerNick BrantJenna CoyneHenry Del CidAlexis DerrowEmily DurkinChristopher HirstAboira IrumudomonASSOCIATE BOARDLooking for a way to make a difference? Join the Associate Board! To become a member, contact Logan Heggeman at or (312) 427-7449 16Union League Boys & Girls Clubs

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OFFICERS & TRUSTEES2020 OFFICERS 2020 TRUSTEES LIFE TRUSTEESCynthia L. Doloughty PresidentThomas E. Payne 1st Vice PresidentTimothy J. Cunningham 2nd Vice PresidentMichael R. Ward TreasurerVictoria G. Cheng Assistant TreasurerLisa A. Shade SecretaryDavid J. Torres Assistant SecretaryStephen J. Schlegel General CounselMr. Guy F. ArviaMr. Ronald P. BernardiMr. Thomas C. BordersMr. Charles Brummell, Jr.Mr. Carmen D. CarusoMr. Jeffrey O. ChenMr. Michael M. ChiorosMr. F. Michael Covey, IIIMr. Thomas G. DiCianni Mr. Richard D. DoermerMr. John L. DonnellyMr. Matthew R. FarrellMs. Celine M. FitzgeraldMrs. Stacy L. FlemingMr. Richard M. GattoMr. James J. GatziolisMr. Terry R. HendricksonMs. Marsha HooverMr. Loren D. JahnMs. Margaret JahnMs. Martha Jahn MartinMr. David JohnsonMr. Edward BernardiMr. John W. C. CarlsonMr. Frederick C. FordMs. Laura J. HagenMr. Clinton B. HendersonMr. Patrick J. HerbertMr. George G. HuntMr. Howard H. Hush, Jr.Mr. Matthew J. IversonMr. Brian M. JackMr. Robert M. KartonMr. Neal KottkeMr. Gregory G. LakaMr. William J. McGrathMr. Guenther M. PhilippMr. Harry G. RobertsonMr. John E. ScullyMr. David B. WhitehurstMr. Andrew B. JonesMr. Sean M. JucasMr. Michael J. KoenigsknechtMrs. Jill E. KosonenMr. Craig A. LabusMr. John F. LemkerMr. Cosmin LucaciMr. Zach C. LeonardMr. Jerry ManneMrs. Kathleen E. ManningMr. George G. MaragosMr. Guy N. MarasMr. Marco MartinoMr. James P. MeyerMr. Richard E. MooreMr. Frank R. NiedermanMr. Kenneth E. NordineMr. Jeffrey L. OlinMr. Kerry R. PeckMr. James B. PlaneyMs. Lynne Thomsen RinkoskiMs. Nancy A. RossMr. Jeffrey A. SacksMr. David M. ShadeMr. Paul W. ShadeMr. Matthew J. SheahinMr. Jonathan F. SiedleckiDr. Jean-Paul SpireMr. Michael L. SullivanMr. Michael P. Sullivan, Jr.Mr. William E. TienkenMr. Fred K. Walz17@UnionLeagueBoysGirlsClubs

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HERITAGE SOCIETYThe Heritage Society are donors who have included the Union League Boys & Girls Clubs in their estate plan.John AlbertsAnonymousMr. and Mrs. Guy ArviaEverett J. Barlow*Anthony J. Batko*Mr. and Mrs. Edward BernardiAbdon J. Bray*Cecelia S. & Richard S. BullLois K.* & Richard S.* BullGretchen R. Lawrie & Cass R. Buscher*Cat Carpenter & Kevin HermanekLynda & Mike ChiorosDominic CostabileRalph CostabileMr. and Mrs. Timothy J. CunninghamPatty J. & Joel S. DryerBillye* & George F.* DvorakVernon FrancissenJames J. GatziolisRichard I. Gavin*Gerald B. GerseyJudith* & James R. GillespieJoseph D. GlickLaura J. HagenDiane & Michael HanlonRichard A. HansonTerry R. HendricksonAngeline* & John P.* HigginsonJane E. & Howard H. HushLoren D. JahnShirley R.* & Reinhardt H.* JahnJulie L. & Norman M.* JohnsonGail & Michael W. KissNeal KottkeMr. & Mrs. Craig A. LabusMargaret M.* & John F. & LemkerFrances* & Verne* LoeppertMary Ann Mahon-HuelsMr. and Mrs. Lee Martin Jr.Lois R. McCullagh*William J. McDermott*Florine M & Richard H.* McKayJosephine M & Kenneth L.* MeansVirginia F. & James P. MeyerFrank R. NiedermanBill* & June* OsborneRobert W.* & Rae F.* PattersonFred H. Pearson*Albert Pick III*Henry L. Pitts*Lynne Thomsen Rinkoski & Timothy R. RinkoskiSolvig & Harry G. RobertsonScott RoethNancy A. Ross & Philip L. DodsonRobert A. RylowiczStephen J. SchlegelPatricia SchmidtDavid M. ShadeNancy & Jonathan F. SiedleckiIda & Joseph* SondheimerDr. Jean-Paul Spire*Abigail K. Spreyer*Nancy F. & Thomas L. StevensKenneth P. SuchMichael L. SullivanEmil N.* & Avril* SyngelM. Marjorie & Arthur G. & Tichenor*Mr. Fred K. WalzFred J. Young**DeceasedThe Lifetime Giving Society is a donor recognition program that pays tribute to donors who have shown a deep commitment to the Union League Boys & Girls Clubs through the contribution of $250,000 or more over the years. Members of The Lifetime Giving Society are individuals who have invested in improving the future of our community’s and our nation’s youth. Anonymous (4)Mr. and Mrs. Guy ArviaMr. & Mrs. Edward BernardiMr. and Mrs. Timothy J. CunninghamTerry R. HendricksonJane E. & Howard H. HushGail & Michael W. KissMargaret M.* & John F. LemkerMr. & Mrs. Lee Martin, Jr.Mrs. Janet J. McDermottFlorine M. & Richard H.*McKayVirginia F. & James P. MeyerRae F.* & Robert W.* PattersonMr. Stephen J. SchlegelTHE LIFETIME GIVING SOCIETY18@unionleague_bgc

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FINANCIALSOperating Support & RevenuesOperating Expenses2020*2020*2019*2019*ContributionsGovernment GrantsIn-Kind ContributionsSpecial Fundraising EventsIncome from TrustsChange in Value of Split-Interests in TrustsInvestment IncomeRealized & Unrealized Gain (Loss) on Invested AssetsForgiveness of Paycheck Protection Program LoanOther RevenueTotal Operating Support & Revenues*Audited FinancialsProgram ServiceManagement and GeneralFundraisingTotal Operating ExpensesIncrease in Net Assets$2,423,047$2,017,838$59,217$57,726$219,705$486,483$178,101$1,707,752$617,500$30,431$7,797,800$4,293,870$1,053,252$724,426$6,071,548$1,726,252$2,717,082$1,310,905—$218,982$231,875$711,986$264,296$1,963,644—($4,226)$7,414,544$4,114,529$1,021,191$620,584$5,756,304$1,658,240SUMMARY OF REVENUES & EXPENSES19@ULBGC65

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$100,000+ AnonymousThe Boeing Company The Fitzgerald Family Foundation Reinhardt E. & Shirley R. Jahn Foundation Trust $50,000 – $99,999.99 Archer Daniels Midland Chamberlain Memorial Fund Clearing Corporation Charitable Foundation GrubHub Sandra Vitantonio and Tilden Cummings, Jr. Linda Weaver Willow Springs Charitable Trust $25,000 – $49,999.99 Butler Family Charitable Foundation Cubs Charities Community Fund, a McCormick Foundation Fund Comcast NBCUniversal Foundation Connie and John Donnelly Edmond and Alice Opler Foundation Jana O Fleming, JD, Ph.D. Stacy and Ian Fleming Maria Green and Oswald Lewis Kevin Hermanek IDEX Foundation INEOS Community Fund Nancy and Dr. John Kazmierowski Lee and Neal Kottke Anita and Craig Labus John F. Lemker Jr. Lenovo Lester & Edward Anixter Family Foundation Sandra and Jerry Manne Mary F.S. Worcester Fund Mitchell McGuire Panda Express Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Cunningham Filkins Family Foundation Marjorie Fitzgerald James Gillespie Masonic Family Health Foundation, Inc. Ginger and Jimmy Meyer Ross Dress for Less Shade Family Foundation Under Armour, Inc. $10,000 – $24,999.99 AT&T Corporation Bank of America Mary and Edward Bernardi Elizabeth and Ronald Bernardi Bernardi Securities, Inc. BMO Harris Bank, NA CarMax Foundation Victoria Cheng and Jeffrey Chen Chicago Cubs Coca Cola OUR DONORSWith the support of individuals, foundations, and corporations, we can continue making a difference.Thank you to all our generous donors.The Reinhardt & Shirley Jahn Society is a special giving society recognizing individuals who have generously donated $10,000 or more in one giving year.THE REINHARDT & SHIRLEY JAHN SOCIETY20ULBGC

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Solvig and Harry Robertson Nancy Ross and Philip Dodson Michele and Michael L. Sullivan The Leet Foundation The Lyon Family Foundation Universal Music Group Verizon Wireless Marilyn and Fred Walz Wilson Hunt International, Ltd.$5,000 – $9,999.99 Nancy Armatas and Michael Koenigsknecht Nancy and Guy Arvia Nancy Aulis Carol Ross Barney and Alan Barney Bridge Development Partners The Butler Family Foundation Camp Out for Kids Ellyn and Carmen Caruso Charles H. Worcester Fund Chioros Properties CMC Family Holdings Cynthia Doloughty G. Stephen Frederick Full Circle Foundation Shelley Smith and James Gatziolis Peter Gilbertson Mary and Lionel Go Peggy and Stephen Goulding* Terry Hendrickson Jeannie and Patrick Herbert Daniel Jahn Margaret Jahn and Jacob Wilkoff Andrew Jones Neal Kitchell Jill and Christopher Kosonen Zach Leonard Dana and George Maragos Mr. and Mrs. Lee Martin Jr. National General Insurance Thomas Payne Peak Construction Corporation Merry Ann Pearson Raymond James Financial RBC Foundation - USA Robert Half International Shari and Jeffrey Sacks Stephen Schlegel Maureen Shea and Alan Roseneld Michelle and Matthew Sheahin David Torres Susan Ryan and Michael Ward Rainer Weigel Wicklander Family Foundation William Blair & Company LLC William M. Hales Foundation Woodland Foundation $2,500–$4,999.99 Amvets Post #66 Mr. & Mrs. William Barnard 21Mark Birringer Shirley and Charles Brummell Jr. Chapman and Cutler LLP Chicago United Industries, Ltd. Lynda and Michael Chioros Jennifer and F. Michael Covey III Mark Crane Kathryn and Thomas DiCianni Dillon Foundation Shannon Fitzgerald Gap, Inc. George A. Hamlin Trust Marsha Hoover and Thomas Karaba Nicole and Justin Kessler Lavelle Law Charities Dawn and Thomas Lawler Karalynn and William McDermott Mary and William McGrath Florine McKay Corinne Morrissey Erica Burnley-Martin Laura and Edward Carney Chi-Town Dawg Pound Crowe Foundation Mary and Emo Dellanina Carole and Peter Doris, MD Rebecca and Matthew Farrell Vernon Francissen Phil Gaechter Lynn and Jason Gilroy John Hefferon Mae and Mike Hill Loren D. Jahn Charles Jesser Audrey and David Johnson Sandy Killion Michelle and Eric Kolkey Marianne and Matthew Kozak Thelma Krause Daniel Kuesis Chester Labus Lisa and Timothy Larocca Hillary and Kerry Peck Rita and James Planey Charlotte and David Shade Amy and David Shade Jr. Heidi and Paul Shade Mary and Michael P. Sullivan Jr. The Bruning Foundation The Chicago Group at Morgan Stanley The Renaissance Foundation $1,000 – $2,499.99 Anonymous Khaled Akkawi Kathleen and Steven Ashby Laurie Barry Margarita and Robert Bartels Ann and James Berry Dorian Bezanis Debra Bremner Deborah and Larry Bridges

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Katherine Donaldson Emily Durkin Wendy Elstien Therese Finn and John Marszalek Rose and Edward Fleming Ardena Flippin, MD Virginia and Michael Foxx Jean and Michael Franke Kay and John Golitz Carol and Jaime Gonzalez Karen Hagberg Kathy Hatseras Kimberly and Dan Hawkins Claudia Langman and Thomas Hayes Lindsey and Jeffrey Hejza Adam Hirsch Debbie and Gary Holzman Chelsey Hudson Rose and Dennis Hughes Hursthouse Jane and Howard Hush Jr. Gina and Guy Maras Brian McMahon Theresa Behrle and Richard Mohs, Ph.D. Judge Sheila Murphy (Ret.) Cinthia and Stephen Murphy Mary Ellen and Frank Niederman O-I Charities Foundation Elizabeth Ogunti Mark Papp Kay Paras Matthew Parenti Janet Velez and Hector Perez Dana Leet Petrus and Mark Petrus Rae and John Pietrzak Col. Jennifer N. Pritzker Andreea and Daniel Raetchi Republic Bank of Chicago Erica Rickey Richard Rosenberg Lindsey Roseneld Laurel Rundle Monika Cohen and Roger Hymen Interim Healthcare Pamela and Ricardo Izquierdo Christina and Brian Jack Colleen and David Jahn Rena Jahn Jakubs-Wigoda Law Susan and Gary Janko Mrs. Glenn T. Johnson Kay and David Jolivette Stephen Joyce Dan Kirmse Gail and Michael Kiss Amy and Thomas Knorring Grace and Peter Koehler Diane and Michael Kordecki Cathy Krawitz Jim Lynch Mary Ann and Mike Huels Kathleen Manning and Bernard Hartt Cosmin Lucaci M. R. Bauer Foundation Marco Martino Andrew Mauer Sean McDermott Lorelei and Timothy McDermott McKee Family Foundation Dee McKenna Sally Metzler, Ph.D. and George Dunea, MD Rebecca and Frank Meyer Richard Moore Emily Moreno Patricia and William Nissen Janice Dale and Kenneth Nordine Debra and Jeffrey Olin Mrs. Donald Peterson Donna Peterson Mark Proesel Lisa Radomski Lynne Thomsen Rinkoski and Timothy Rinkoski Scott Roeth Kevin Rosenberg Michael Ross Nate Ruben Elizabeth and Vincent Schwartz Judy and John Scully Jr. Ronald Seliga Lisa Shade Adrienne and David Sheahin Jacqueline Short Kristine Simmons Surber Investments Inc. Jennifer Tee Linda and Kenneth Vander Weele Walmart Water Vibe Bikinis John White Mary and David Whitehurst Sandra and Joe Wisniewski Charles Wolf $500 – $999.99 Patrick Barron Paul Barter Anne Bassi Alison Bean Norma and William Beckemeier Nancy and John Berchem Jennifer Bernardi Kristine and Matthew Bernardi Catherine and Thomas Bernardi Wendy Betts Sean Bidzinski Tracy and John Bodenmann Dorothy and Thomas Borders Karen and Eric Boyd Nicholas Brant Victoria Braund Meghan Burnley and Joseph Barrett Marilyn and Thomas Cahill Ceres Foundation Melissa and Brett Cosich Anne and Allan Crevi Julie Danis and Paul Donahue Davis Imperial Cleaners Hellen and Benjamin DeBerry 22

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