Limited tickets remain for our 10th annual fundraiser on Saturday, March 4 at The Elm in downtown La Grange. The event is from 7 pm – midnight. .

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We have reserved the entire restaurant and rooftop to celebrate 10 years of fellowship and mentorship, while raising funds for our Scholars.

Enjoy an evening of dinner, open bar, live music, and heartfelt stories – all while supporting The Legacy Guild’s mission of providing college scholarships and mentorship to local students who have lost a parent.
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The 9th Annual Spring Fundraiser was held on April 30, 2022 at The Elm in La Grange. The event raised more than $190,000 dollars thanks to the overwhelming generosity and support of so many. The night featured a buffet dinner, open bar, live music from Jukebox JBC and Wedding Banned, silent auction and raffle prizes.

One key sponsor since the beginning of the charity has been Program Management and Control Services (PMCS). During the event, Legacy Guild President Ryan Williamson presented Kerry Nutter, Co-Owner, and Tom Nutter, Vice President at PMCS, with the Community Champion Award. This award was presented to PMCS for their dedication to improving the Lyons Township community through their generous support of local charitable organizations.

In addition, we are grateful to Tareem Gibbs, a Scholar parent, for sharing her story and the positive impact The Legacy Guild has had on her family. She reminded us all on why we raise money and the important impact of our organization.

Thank you again to all of the amazing volunteers and Sponsors!

Read press release here.

2022 Spring Party Attendees
$ Raised

“This event was our largest ever with over 425 attendees. We were able to thank our longtime supporters and donors in person as well as introduce our mission to a new group of people in the community.”

Russ Riberto, Event Co-Chair