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FUND69 2011 - 2012 Corporate Donor Honor Roll

Thank You

We would like to thank all of our 2011 - 2012 sponsors and donors, including District 69 staff. We would not exist without them. 

Business support plays an important role in enabling us to provide resources to schools. We greatly appreciate the support we received from the following businesses and other organizations during the 2011 - 2012 school year:


Event Hosts

Barnes & Noble- Old Orchard Mall
Cesar's Mexican Restaurant


Walk-a-thon sponsors

Cesar's Mexican Restaurant
Netrix LLC
The Village Inn


Walk-a-thon donors

New York Bagel and Bialy
Starbuck Coffee on Dempster in Morton Grove
Market Day-Sara Lee Store
Market Place on Oakton
Bug House Studio
Al’s Cycle
Kabul House
Annie’s Pancake House
Tim Tub Thai
Village Inn
District 69 PTO


Spring Fling donors

101.9fm THE MIX WTMX/Chicago
ACP (Arlington Computer Products)
Al's Cycle Shop
Annies Pancake House
Arbor Management
AVS (Audio Visual Systems)
Bill & Elaine Williams Family Foundation
Brunswick Zone
Buffalo Wild Wings
Bug House Studios
Central's Log Cabin
Cesar's Mexican Restaurant
Chicago Botanic Garden
Chicago Cubs
Chicago White Sox
Chicago Wolves
Discovery Channel/Steve Dembo
Five Hand Studio
Harry Litberg/Supreme Lobster
Hilton Garden Inn Chicago North & Bobbi DuBrow/Joanne Marsden
Holocaust Museum
Joanne from Usborne Books
Jody Garland Photography
Kabul House
Massage Center of Winnetka
Mayor's office
Mitch O'Connell
Morton Grove Police Department
Mystic Fountain
Niles Family Fitness Center
Noodles & Company
Pandora (Old Orchard)
Pappas Family
Pryzby Family
Rapoport Family
Raqshinda Jabeen
Schaffer Wines
Sherwood Jewelry
Skokie Fire Department
Skokie Park District
Skokie Police Department
Skokie Valley Symphony
State Representative Daniel Biss
Sweety Pies Bakery
The Bagel
The Shedd Aquarium
Village Inn


Endowment donors

Papa Johns
Cesar's Mexican Restaurant
First Bank & Trust
Johnny's Grill
Shavitz Heating & Cooling
North Shore Community Bank


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