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The Center for Enriched Living Earns Highest Rating from Charity Navigator

The Center for Enriched Living’s (CEL) sound fiscal management practices and transparency have earned it a 4-star rating from Charity Navigator, the nation’s largest and most-used independent evaluator of charities.  CEL exists for people with developmental disabilities to be fully included in the community, achieve personal success and enjoy a good quality of life.

Open 7 days a week, CEL provides life enhancing opportunities to Chicago area youth and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities including people with autism, Down syndrome, and cerebral palsy.

 “Throughout our 46-year history, we have been committed to providing our donors, members and all stakeholders with both accountability and transparency,” says Harriet Levy, executive director.  “We have a strong board and staff who ensure that we incorporate best business practices within our organization. Our goal is always to provide the best experience for both our members and donors.”

 Charity Navigator deems less than 25% of all reviewed charities the 4-star rating.  To learn more about this highly-coveted rating, please visit: www.centerforenrichedliving.org/news.


About the Center for Enriched Living

The Center for Enriched Living exists to enhance and enrich the lives of people with developmental and intellectual disabilities – from youth through adulthood. CEL provides a space for our members to grow and learn new social, educational and independent living skills as well as have equal opportunities to fulfill their dreams and become vital participants within their communities. More information available at www.CenterForEnrichedLiving.org.

 

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