2017 Access to Care Annual Fundraising Luncheon

The Future of Healthcare: What's Next?

A fundraising event for Access to Care

Event Information

Tuesday, May 23, 2017 from 12:00am - 12:00am

Join Us!

When: Tuesday, May 23, 2017 @ 11:30 am

Cost: $80 per guest

Lourdes Duarte, WGN News with Commissioner Julie Morita M.D., Chicago Department of Public Health, Dr. Layla Syla Suleiman Gonzalez, J.D., Aunt Martha’s and Cook County Health & Hospitals System Board, and Mildred C. Hunter, United States Health and Human Services

For event details: contact Courtney Murtaugh at courtneymurtaugh@gmail.com

For sponsorship opportunities: contact Colleen O’Neill at colleeno@sphcc.org

Platinum Sponsor ($10,000.00)

Silver Sponsor ($2,500.00) 

Loyola Health Systems


Presence Health

Host Committee ($1,000.00)

Carolyn Rosenberg, Reed Smith LLP

Emily Merritt - Nia, Ageless Grace, 5 Stages of Healing

Joe Whiting, Purposeful Being

Tony Bono, QuintilesIMS

Village of Park Forest

And, an exciting opportunity...

CUBS FANS! Want a chance to do good AND get some great seats to an upcoming Cubs game, supporting Access to Care in providing access to quality primary care to the uninsured and underinsured? Anyone who makes a donation of just $50 will be entered for a chance to win TWO tickets in the JP Morgan Chase Suite with all food and drinks included. Every $50 donation gets you one chance. Simply click "make a general donation" above or you can also click "sponsor someone" if you know any of our champion fundraisers.  You can make your donation in either place. Then, we will be sure you are added to the drawing that will take place at the luncheon on May 23rd (winner need not be present to win, but feel free to register to attend the luncheon as well).  Here are the game details:

  • Two ticket to Cubs vs. Tampa Bay Game
  • JP Morgan Suite/Box
  • July 5 @ 1:20pm
  • **Food and drinks included

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About the Organization

Access to Care is a non-profit primary health care program for low-income, uninsured and underinsured residents of suburban Cook County and northwest Chicago. There are still 900,000 uninsured and underinsured residents living without primary healthcare in Cook County. Access to Care fills that gap through providing access to a primary care physician close to home, eliminating the need for people to go without care when they are ill, additional worry and stress in an already stressful time and leveling the field to keep our members covered and healthy.

Since its inception, Access to Care has served over 116,000 people with 5,000 active members this year. We want to continue to provide our members with quality primary care that includes $5 doctor visits, $5 labs and x-rays and prescriptions at $15 to $40, but we also want to do more.

We can only do that with the help of our generous supporters and donors like you!

Help us continue to fill the gap.