This event, held in appreciation of the donors who are helping us achieve our mission: to empower and enrich the lives of all people served, also gave us the opportunity to celebrate our 100-year anniversary.
A few years ago, congress has passed a permanent law allowing you to give money to charity directly from your IRA — without counting it as taxable income. If you are 70½ or older and need to complete your required taxable IRA distribution before the end of the year, consider making all or part of your distribution a tax-free gift to a 501(c)(3) charity, like Goldie B. Floberg Center.
The Challenge allows Goldie B. Floberg Center two years to raise our goal of $150,000, the maximum allowed amount. The Carroll Starr Endowment offers a generous $1 to $3 match for up to $150,000 raised.
We have one favor this #GivingTuesday: Will you sign up for our Email news updates and share this form with a friend? We want to spread the word about the positive news and amazing achievements happening year round for children and adults with developmental disabilities and Autism.
Mother Christmas is asking for your help again this year to help provide wonderful gifts for the people served by Goldie B. Floberg Center. It's November 2 and Mother Christmas [...]
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, [...]
The Tuesday after Thanksgiving 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 [...]