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CDR needs your support

The Council, our staff and our Board of Directors, are eager to continue our growth within the movement. As our visibility increases in the general population, our community — people with disabilities and their families — as well as the larger community will be able to benefit from our services. We firmly believe that the Council will continue to have a place in the future — as a leader and as a resource for people with disabilities and their families and the larger community. Your comments and your support can make it happen by telling us how to best support your needs. Nothing about us without us! You are the 'us' from whom we need to hear.

Volunteers are the most valuable asset in the non-profit community. If you are interested in giving some of your time to the Council's work, please call our office or speak with any member of our Board or staff. If you can expand the work of our staff with your computer input skills or job development skills or telephone follow-up experiences or — you name it! — please consider giving our agency and its clients the benefits of your time, skills and experience. We will provide a letter acknowledging your in-kind gift of time for your tax statements.

logo: Community Shares of IllinoisDonations — of all sizes — also sustain nonprofit organizations. Donations to CDR are invited at all times. (Use the DONATE button at the left!) Each gift is acknowledged by mail and is tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law. Your contribution is encouraged at the workplace via the Community Shares of Illinois and/or any program where your employer will match your gift. If you can donate via Community Shares, please name CDR as the recipient.

We thank you for your generosity of spirit.



Council for Disability Rights

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