Funding Partners

211 is a true community-wide initiative. It takes a lot of partners to build and sustain a service that’s always available for all 703,000 Lake County residents. That’s why United Way of Lake County is proud to recognize our community of 211 donors. We are grateful for their generous support and trust they are proud of making a real difference in their hometowns.

July 1, 2021 - present

Contributing $50,000 or more

United Way of Lake County logo
Lake County logo

211 PARTNERS

Contributing $10,000 - $49,999

Health Care Foundation Northern Lake County logo
Lake County Workforce Development logo
Libertyville Township logo
North Shore Gas logo
Northwestern Medicine logo
Old National Bank logo
Trustmark logo

The John & Kathleen Schreiber Foundation

211 SPONSORS

Contributing $5,000 - $9,999

AuroraAdvocate Healthcare logo
Aetna Better Health logo
Avon Township logo
BMO logo
Highland Park Hospital logo
Village of Gurnee logo
Warren Township logo

Irene Hrusovsky

211 COMMUNITY SUPPORTERS

Contributing $1,000 - $4,999

Benton Township

Nancy Coolley

Comcast

Michelle Mittler Crombie

Michael Douma

Dru Garcia

Antoinette Haubert

Highland Park Community Foundation

Yeshwant Sanzgiri

Sarah Schweitzer

Village of Libertyville

Waukegan Township

Zion Township

211 CLUB

Contributing $211

Monica Burmeister

Pat Cadichon

Steve Carlson

Alexander Carr

Carissa Casbon

Jessica Ceisel

Carolyn Cerf

CBRE

Mary Lou Claussen

Gary Gibson

Julie and Richard Gordon

Gale Graves

Michelle Hansen

Capt. James D. Hawkins

Alecia Hollen

Bruce Johnson

Bivan Kischer

Leslie Kischer

Laura Mahnke

Kim Menheer

Lori Miller

Marilyn Mines

Karen Nelson

Lori Nerheim

Barb Noote

Karen Nordgren

Kathleen O'Connor

Mark Pfister

Jenny Ross

Timothy Sashko

Robert Szarzynski

Veda Wilkins

Jacquelyn Willhoff

*211 Club Members

Become a 211 Funding Partner

Would you like to join our community of 211 donors and add your name to one of the lists above? United Way of Lake County’s 211 relies on funding from all across the county, including from community partners, foundations, businesses and individuals, to provide this vital service for all 714,000 Lake County residents. With your support, we can sustain 211 for many years to come! For more information on 211 partnership opportunities and benefits, contact Quinton Snodgrass at 847-775-1046.

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