Giving Tuesday 2023!

At Glenkirk, our commitment to nurturing and strengthening our community remains unwavering. We're thrilled to announce our participation in Giving Tuesday on November 28 and the exciting opportunity to maximize your generosity through a matching donation campaign.

This year's Giving Tuesday theme, "Committed to Community," aligns with our mission to provide quality, lifetime supports and services that empower individuals with intellectual disabilities to participate fully in all areas of community life. What makes this year even more special is the incredible generosity of our partners, Mr. Tom Mason and Busey Bank, who have each pledged a $5,000 donation match on this day.

The first $10,000 donated will be doubled, thanks to Mr. Mason and Busey's incredible generosity. Your support will directly impact the lives of those we serve, amplifying the difference we can make within our community!

We invite you to be part of this transformative day by contributing to Glenkirk. Your donation, no matter the amount, will have twice the impact, supporting our programs and initiatives that directly benefit our community.

Here's how you can participate:

  • On November 28, visit our website to make your donation.
  • Spread the word! Share our Giving Tuesday campaign on your social media and encourage your friends and family to join this movement.
  • Create your own crowdfunding campaign and become a Glenkirk Giving Tuesday ambassador

Our deepest gratitude goes out to all our supporters who have been instrumental in our success. Your continued support has been the cornerstone of our achievements, and we invite you to join us once again on this inspiring day.Keep an eye on our website and social media for more updates and details as Giving Tuesday approaches. Should you have any questions or wish to discover more about how you can contribute, feel free to contact Christeon Mayfield, Director of Development at or (773)326-8914.

Together, let's make a meaningful impact as we remain "Committed to Community."