HOPE STARTS HERE

Center for Independent Futures is an Evanston, Illinois, nonprofit organization dedicated to helping individuals with disabilities live full and more independent lives.

We create sustainable solutions through community living options, personal networks, and lifelong planning and education, tailored to support individuals and families as well as schools and agencies.

 

Recent News

The 2021 Jane Doyle Awesome Awards Winners

SPARK gives us a chance to celebrate the stellar individuals and organizations who support our work every day. Recipients of the Jane Doyle Awesome Awards represent Independent Futures through dedication, innovative leadership, personal integrity, and community-forward thinking. These awards are given to a community partner, a participant, and a staff member. Community Partner: As an employer … Continue reading “The 2021 Jane Doyle Awesome Awards Winners”

The Gift of a Sister’s Love

In 2007, Arnie Schumer and his sister, Karen Berkowsky, came to Center for Independent Futures. They had no doubt it was the right fit for him, but they could not afford services. Through a scholarship fund, Independent Futures offered Arnie the support he needed to live his full life. On May 22, 2017, Arnie passed … Continue reading “The Gift of a Sister’s Love”

What is a Golden Ticket, you ask?

Missed getting a ticket to SPARK? Why not buy a Golden Ticket! What is a Golden Ticket, you ask? Well, by purchasing 1 or more of only 150 Golden Tickets, you will have a good chance to win YOUR CHOICE of one of the fabulous live-auction prizes before bidding even begins! We will draw the … Continue reading “What is a Golden Ticket, you ask?”

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