The Harvey and Ethel Daeumer Foundation have graciously donated $2,500 to help support Marklund’s Early Intervention Program. This is the second year that the foundation has supported Marklund.
Marklund is a not-for-profit organization specializing in the care of children and adults with severe and profound developmental disabilities. The Early Intervention Program provides developmental therapies to infants and toddlers, ages 0-3, who demonstrate developmental delays or have been diagnosed with a developmental disability.
Harvey Daeumer lived in Elgin for 50 years and donated $1 million to organizations throughout the area. Before he died in 2008, he started the Harvey and Ethel Daeumer Foundation to continue his support for health care programs, scholarships, civic and cultural causes.
“The Harvey Daeumer Foundation has a great reputation throughout the Kane County Area and we are thrilled to have their support in improving our Early Intervention Program,” said Vicki Krystof, Marklund’s Director of Corporate and Foundation Relations.Contact: Cole Paler, firstname.lastname@example.org, 630.593.5500