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Donate Online : Access Living fosters the dignity, pride, and self-esteem of people with disabilities and enhances the options available to them so they may choose and maintain individualized and satisfying lifestyles. There are many ways Access Living supporters can get involved, one of which is donating online.

Advocates Program. Become a member of the Access Living Advocates Program, the giving society of donors of $1,000 or more each year.

Learn more about planned giving today! Through the Access Living Legacy Society, Access Living supporters can make a planned gift.

Make a gift of stocks or bonds: Stocks and bonds are a great way to support Access Living

Support the Marathon Team: Each year, Access Living fields a team in the Chicago Marathon. Access Living team members raise awareness and support for Access Living. You can help by supporting a runner.

Access Living Gala: Gather friends and colleagues to purchase a table or individual tickets to our annual celebration of our work.

The Young Professionals Council: Join a group of young professionals committed to supporting inclusion and independence for people with disabilities.

Donate to Access Living and support the independence of people with disabilities.

Make A Matching Gift Donation to Access Living*

Join our challenge today and have your donation doubled! Every new* dollar we raise will be matched Dollar–for–Dollar by an anonymous donor.Learn More

Make A Monthly Donation To Access Living

Support the independence of people with disabilities.

Join our challenge today! Enroll in Access Living's monthly giving program and have your donation matched 1:1 by an anonymous donor.*Learn More

Make a Donation to Access Living

Thank you for supporting the independence of people with disabilities.Learn More
Lead On Gala 2018

Registration for the 2018 “Lead On!” Gala

Reserve your tickets now

On Thursday, June 7 Access Living's annual “Lead On!” Award Gala will take place in the Grand Ballroom of Chicago's iconic Navy Pier and will be chaired by Maurice Smith, President of Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Illinois.Learn More