We strongly believe in the importance of being engaged with and giving back to the community. We are active in several community organizations including the Rotary Club of Downers Grove, The Lions Club, and the Downers Grove, Willowbrook/Burr Ridge, Lisle, Lemont, and Tinley Park Chambers of Commerce.
Community involvement is important to O’Flaherty Law. Last year Kevin O'flaherty was vice president of the Rotary Club of Downers Grove and chairman of the business expo for the Rotary Grove Fest, the Downers Grove summer festival. This year he will serve a term on the chamber of commerce board. In 2014, he was on the board of AIM, the Center for Independent Living, a nonprofit organization that helps disabled people live on their own.
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- The O'Flaherty Law Team
Diveheart is a nonprofit tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organization. The purpose of Diveheart is to provide and support educational scuba diving programs that are open to any child, adult or veteran with a disability, with the hope of providing both physical and psychological therapeutic value to that person.
We’ve discovered the forgiving, weightless wonder of the water column provides the perfect gravity-free environment for those who might otherwise struggle on land. Underwater, we’re all equal.
Respite Endowment Organization is a 501c3, not for profit agency dedicated to providing rest support, resources and education to parents of children with special needs.
By providing assistance to families of special needs children, REOrg makes direct impact on the care of children. Our programs prevent neglect, abuse and focus on mental health to ease parents feeling stressed/depressed. Our goals are rest, awareness and education.
It is the mission of Little Friends to empower children and adults with special challenges to live, learn, work and participate in the community. Since 1965, Little Friends has been dedicated to serving people with disabilities in our community. We are a local organization--based in Naperville, Illinois and serving families from throughout six counties in the western suburbs. But our influence extends far beyond the Chicago area. More than 50 school districts turn to us for assistance with some of their most challenging students. Families from all over Illinois attend our training for parents of children with autism. National conferences feature our staff as speakers. It is an honor for us to be able to share what we've learned with other professionals and families.