100 years— A century of serving our community’s most vulnerable! That’s 100 years of: Feeding and clothing children and adults in need Providing relief to families in crisis Doctors visits [...]
How does Goldie B. Floberg commemorate 100 years of service? With a new parking lot, of course! https://www.goldiebfloberg.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/VID_20180816_095824.mp4 We will be celebrating this special anniversary and the supporters who have [...]
Think back to your first introduction to Autism. Mine was Rain Man. "Autism," not "Autism Spectrum Disorder," was a word used a few times in the script to explain an [...]
Goldie B. Floberg Center CEO John Pingo, Ph.D. BCBA-D, will present the keynote address at the Illinois Crisis Prevention Network (ICPN) Annual Conference March 20 and 21, 2018. John Pingo, [...]
Today is #GivingTuesday. Even though it launched in 2012, a lot of us are still asking, "What is #GivingTuesday?" This first Tuesday after Thanksgiving, Black Friday, Cyber Monday... is a [...]
Mother Christmas is asking for your help again this year to help provide wonderful gifts for the people served by Goldie B. Floberg Center. Beginning Wednesday, November 1, Mother Christmas [...]
It’s only October and we have so much for which to be grateful. I hesitated to theme this newsletter around gratitude, knowing that the holiday season, a season in which we celebrate giving thanks, is just around the corner; and we’ll likely be saying “thank you” again.
During her lifetime, Erin’s mom became a hair donor to Wigs for Kids, whose mission is Helping Children Look Themselves and Live Their Lives. After her mom’s passing, Erin chose to carry on support of this worthy cause.
Goldie B. Floberg Center has been helping people with disabilities access the Special Olympics for 39 years. The physical, emotional, and developmental benefits of these experiences help to bring us closer to achieving our mission.
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.