On Tuesday, April 5, Healthy West Chicago’s Program Administrator, Carly Smitherman, announced the addition of several new financial supporters of the not-for-profit organization.
Through Healthy West Chicago’s Sponsorship Program, the organization has acquired seven new financial supporters that will provide over $100,000 in additional funding over a 3-year period to help support the Healthy West Chicago Mission of ensuring West Chicago residents have access to an optimal state of health and wellness.
“This additional support from our local organizations is a solid investment in our community, and greatly strengthens our organization’s Mission of providing optimal state of health and wellness.” said Smitherman. “Our organization is extremely grateful for all our sponsors’ contributions.”
The Healthy West Chicago Sponsorship Program consists of three levels of sponsorship that provide varying financial support over a 3-year period. The following organizations have committed to sponsoring Healthy West Chicago:
- Platinum Level Sponsorship ($10,000+/per year): Ball Horticultural Company (622 Town Road, West Chicago, IL 60185)
- Gold Level Sponsorship ($5,000+/per year): OSI Industries LLC (711 Industrial Dr., West Chicago, IL 60185); Amazon (Fulfillment Center Warehouse: 27W501 North Ave., Suite 100, West Chicago, IL 60185); Pritzker Realty Group, LLC (444 W. Lake St., Suite 3500, Chicago, IL 60606): West Chicago Public Library District (118 W. Washington Street, West Chicago, IL 60185); West Chicago Elementary School District 33 (312 E. Forest Ave., West Chicago, IL 60185)
- Bronze Level Sponsor ($1,000-2,500/ per year): DS Containers (2500 Enterprise Circle, West Chicago, IL 60185)
About Healthy West Chicago
Healthy West Chicago is a not-for-profit organization that consists of a collaboration of West Chicago community leaders that have organized to increase nutritional awareness and physical activity in the City of West Chicago through the development of community events and programs, and the production and dissemination of educational resources.