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Ray Graham Association Honors Premier Partners

LISLE, IL – MAY 2012 – On April 18, in a room filled with supporters of Ray Graham Association, President & CEO, Kim Zoeller, honored the organization’s premier partners at the annual Ray Graham Association Partnership Appreciation Luncheon. The honoraries, along with their colleagues, friends and family, gathered at Maggiano’s Little Italy in Naperville for the event.

As an organization that relies heavily on unstable governmental funding, having the support of the community is critical. It is with the combined efforts and support of donors, families, community and corporate partners and volunteers that Ray Graham Association is able to empower people with disabilities and assist them in becoming successful, vibrant and active members of the community.

During the luncheon, Ray Graham Association’s gratitude was exemplified as individuals and groups were recognized for the significant impact each has made on the organization. Congratulations to the following volunteers, donors, community and corporate partners and staff. Your commitment to Ray Graham Association’s mission is admirable.

• Carpenters Union, Local #839
• Charlene Sebert, Parent
• Enterprise Fleet Management
• Hapag-Lloyd
• Hassett Commercial Moving & Storage and Marty Schiller
• Joyci and Alan Feldman
• Kevin and Theresa McClear
• Koenig & Strey Real Estate, Schiller Family
• Kris Bretl
• Marita Manning, ADA Coordinator, City of Naperville
• Rotary Club of Darien
• Ray Graham Association Staff Member, Casi Mertes
• Thrivent Community Chicagoland

Kim Zoeller, President & CEO of Ray Graham Association shares her thoughts, “We are grateful to have the opportunity to honor such wonderful individuals, groups, and corporations that exemplify the true spirit of generosity, volunteerism, and partnership.” Ray Graham Association would like to thank to all of its supporters. The combined efforts help to enhance the organization and assist Ray Graham Association in providing the very best services and supports.

For more than 60 years, the Ray Graham Association for People with Disabilities has been serving children and adults with developmental disabilities. Ray Graham Association provides a broad array of services and support, including early intervention, residential, day programs and supported employment services to nearly 2,000 children and adults with developmental disabilities. Ray Graham Association is honored to be the first developmental disability organization to be accredited by the Council on Quality Leadership using the Quality Measures 2005 and Person-Centered Excellence 2010 and the United Way 2011 Agency of the Year.

For more information on Ray Graham Association and its services, please call 630-620-2222 or visit us on the web at
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