Take a bountiful 2016 LEEP garden harvest, add a side of the creative generosity of one donor, and the result is the inspiration for the First Annual Farm-to-Table Donor Appreciation Dinner.
A few months back when the Loves Park Lions Club invited us for lunch, a few of their own volunteers shared stories of how they welcomed one of our homes and the people we serve into their neighborhood.
Ann Marie receives 10-year anniversary Walmart recognition.
Goldie B. Floberg Center welcomes Scott Krowczyk to the Board of Directors.
Please join us in supporting the Try-Beta Foundation annual hanging baskets sale. When you purchase a hanging basket from the Try Beta Club, your are supporting Goldie B. Floberg Center programs as well as many other Rockford region non-profits like Boy Scouts, Epilepsy Foundation, Literacy Council, and Rock House Kids.
You can't do that, you can't go there, we can't let you do that. All those negatives that were used, even with the people we serve. Not anymore! We think outside of the box, and allow the people we serve to do so much more than how we may have been trained in the past.
Join us for breakfast and professional advancement as Goldie B. Floberg CEO John Pingo presents as part of the Stateline Chamber of Commerce Sunrise Seminars educational series: What’s all this Mindfulness Business?
Goldie B. Floberg Center received a $3,000grant from U.S. Bank Foundation to help fund the expansion of our community partnership Vending program. This program works to provide job skills development [...]
For many of the children and adults we serve, experiencing these simple but meaningful activities requires specialized supports. Thankfully, area facilities like Camp Courageous provide access to activities like these and the highest level of quality and safety supports so friends like Steven W. (above w/camp courageous staff) can confidently experience the peace (or adrenaline) that accompany these adventures.
Every year, we reach this final quarter of the calendar and look back at both our ups and downs. Letting the list of downs overpower our perspective can sometimes be easier than seeing all of the ups for which we should be so grateful. This holiday season's list of that for which we are grateful.