The Rabine Group Foundation contributes personal and monetary resources to organizations improving the quality of life in our communities. With the support of our sponsors, Board of Directors and employees and leaders of The Rabine Group, we provide aid or assistance to those in need. Our own lives are enriched by our involvement, for which we are grateful.
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The Rabine Group Foundation is a nonprofit organization established in 2007 to contribute personal and monetary resources to organizations improving the quality of life in our communities.
Our Mission is to invest time, talent and funds toward nonprofits focusing on children, disabled, homeless, and veterans.
A percentage of profits from each operating company of The Rabine Group is channeled into the Foundation fund annually. This fund is supplemented through fundraising efforts, including our annual golf outing, and generous contributions from donors including Rabine customers, partners and friends, and is distributed as determined by the Foundation’s Board of Directors and Committee, which includes employees of The Rabine Group.
Employees and volunteers are united around the mission of making a difference outside the workplace. Company and Foundation leaders are encouraged to lead by example and work alongside employees to contribute time and care to the organizations and events which the Foundation supports. Our lives are enriched by our involvement, and we are grateful for the opportunity to get to know the people behind these worthy organizations.
Organizations We Support
We are grateful for the opportunity to work with these worthy organizations:
Alexian Brothers Foundation
For almost 800 years, the Catholic religious congregation of Alexian Brothers has cared for the sick, the aged, the poor and the dying.
American Cancer Society Relay for Life
At Relay For Life events, communities across the globe come together to honor cancer survivors, remember loved ones lost, and fight back against a disease that has already taken too much. The funds raised truly make a difference in the fight against cancer. Relay teams camp out overnight and take turns walking or running around a track or path. Relay events are up to 24 hours in length and, because cancer never sleeps, each team is asked to have at least one participant on the track at all times.
CASA of McHenry County
Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of McHenry County trains everyday people to stand up for abused and neglected children in an overwhelmed and extremely under-resourced foster care system. Without a helping hand from CASA Advocates, these children might fall through the cracks and never be given an opportunity to find a place to call home.
For more than 100 years, Chicago Commons has built and fostered well-being for thousands of children, adults, seniors, and families through programs designed to provide the tools necessary to help strengthen skills and develop self-sufficiency. We operate in neighborhoods where children and families are most at risk of poverty, violence and educational disadvantage.
Chicagoland Ride for Kids (Pediatric Brain Tumor Association)
The Chicagoland Ride for Kids® continues to be one of the largest events of the Pediatric Brain Tumor Association, with more than 1,400 participants raising funds in support of young people diagnosed with brain tumors. Many of these “stars” lead the riders on a route through rural northwest suburbs and criss-crossing the Fox River.
Based on the belief in human potential, Goldie’s Place assists adults who are homeless to become self-supporting and financially independent by providing confidence-building dental treatment, career development, job placement, and retention support.
Grafton Food Pantry (Huntley)
The mission of the Grafton Food Pantry is to strive to improve the lives of friends and neighbors in need by providing food items and education on nutrition and smart shopping, treating every individual with respect, privacy and dignity on their journey to becoming independent of our services. The organization is committed to educate and bring the community together in the fight to end hunger.
Pioneer Center for Human Services
Pioneer Center for Human Services provides direct services to more than 4,800 individuals. The organization also provides education and outreach to schools and community organizations reaching over 10,000 additional individuals.
The largest Catholic health system based in Illinois, with more than 150 locations, Presence Health is focused on providing the care, information and attention needed to achieve one’s best health.
Schaumburg Township Food Pantry
Regardless of the time of year, there are those in need of food and other items. The pantry helps those who are in the greatest need within Schaumburg Township.
Working in the Schools (WITS)
Proudly serving Chicago Public Schools for more than twenty years, WITS is a 501c3 organization that promotes literacy and the love of reading among Chicago’s youth by providing one-on-one tutoring and mentoring.