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Center for Independent Futures is an Evanston, Illinois, not-for-profit 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

Something’s Cooking Celebration Highlights

Thank you to everyone who came to support Center for Independent Futures at our sixteenth annual Something’s Cooking celebration! From the music to the laughter – and, of course, the food – we enjoyed every last minute of the evening, thanks to all of you. Wonderful Space and Support This year’s fundraiser was our second … Continue reading “Something’s Cooking Celebration Highlights”

Join Chicago Marathon Team – 5 FAQ

On October 13, 2019, thousands of dedicated runners will line up at Grant Park, ready to take on the Chicago Marathon course. Out of the thousands of runners, there are hundreds of generous marathon participants who sign up for guaranteed entry by choosing to support a charity team. We have put together a frequently asked … Continue reading “Join Chicago Marathon Team – 5 FAQ”

Find Out How to Celebrate Giving Tuesday!

Did you know Center for Independent Futures takes part in Giving Tuesday? Find out how to celebrate Giving Tuesday with us this year! Thanksgiving week is packed with great opportunities to treat yourself these days. Starting with great meals and lots of family time, Thanksgiving kicks off a week of fun. Next, many of us … Continue reading “Find Out How to Celebrate Giving Tuesday!”

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