Impact Behavioral Health Partners invites you to Stride into Skokie

Come celebrate our Housing Program's expansion into Skokie. For 33 years, Impact has provided supportive housing for people living with mental illness in Evanston. We're excited to announce our growing footprint with two new buildings in Skokie!

$57,870

182 supporters

$35,000 goal

Team Members

anne

$2,625

13 supporters

Kathleen

$2,000

12 supporters

Renee

$1,795

8 supporters

Peter Michaels

$1,300

8 supporters

Molly

$900

10 supporters

Patti Capouch

$855

8 supporters

Ron

$950

6 supporters

Daniel

$655

5 supporters

Laurie

$510

6 supporters

briana

$420

7 supporters

Don

$450

4 supporters

Mary Ann Kearns

$400

4 supporters

Event

OCT
16

Stride into Skokie

Saturday from 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM CDT

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Add to Calendar 2021-10-16 09:00:00 2021-10-16 12:00:00 America/Chicago Stride into Skokie We will meet on the south end of Harbert Park in Evanston (on the Evanston side of the North Shore Channel, on the north side of Main St and one block east of McCormick Blvd). Parking is available at the park, or across Main St in the Food-4-Less Plaza. The walk will go down Main St and end in downtown Skokie, at the Skokie Heritage Museum (8031 Floral Ave.)next to the site of the future Impact apartment building. Join the walk or meet us in Skokie at 11 am for a post-event celebration with refreshments and pizza from Village Inn. Hear from the mayor of Skokie and Impact's leadership about future plans. Harbert Park<br>Evanston, IL 60202, USA

We will meet on the south end of Harbert Park in Evanston (on the Evanston side of the North Shore Channel, on the north side of Main St and one block east of McCormick Blvd). Parking is available at the park, or across Main St in the Food-4-Less Plaza. The walk will go down Main St and end in downtown Skokie, at the Skokie Heritage Museum (8031 Floral Ave.)next to the site of the future Impact apartment building. Join the walk or meet us in Skokie at 11 am for a post-event celebration with refreshments and pizza from Village Inn. Hear from the mayor of Skokie and Impact's leadership about future plans.

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For 33 years Impact has provided supportive housing for people living with mental illness in Evanston. Come celebrate our growing housing footprint with two new buildings in Skokie and a new family housing program.

Thank you to our event sponsors for their support!

Presenting Sponsors

Equinix NorthShore University Healthsystem


Platinum Sponsors

Byline Bank Synergy Construction Walgreens

Christina Swanson Consulting


Gold Sponsors

Applegate & Thorn-Thomsen Attorneys at Law
Wellness Home at Northstar Healthcare

Angela Schwartz


Silver Sponsors

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Anne Chodzko

Carol Henes

Debra Shore

Janelle Walker


Bronze Sponsors

Turning Point New Belgium Brewing

Janet Hoffman

Leyden Family Services

Taylor Family

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