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United Cerebral Palsy Seguin of Greater Chicago's Fundraiser:

Build Bridges With A Car Wash

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When you purchase a coupon for $20, you will receive one marvelous car wash at the discounted rate of $10 (normally $14) and you will make a $10 donation to UCP Seguin of Greater Chicago's Building Bridges to the Future program. 

You can redeem your car wash coupon at the Seguin Auto Center located at 5601 W. Ogden Avenue, Cicero.  This is at the corner of Central and Ogden Avenues. It's a great car wash, and you'll be benefiting a wonderful program for today's youth with disabilities who are ready to graduate from high school and need your assistance to make the transition to the next step in life.

Through this innovative program, UCP Seguin provides support, training, and resources to ensure successful transition to adulthood for high school special education students. UCP also offers assistance to the families of these students to insure each individual is placed on the State of Illinois waiting list for services and is connected to financial and legal resources to aid them in this difficult transition process.

You can purchase more than one coupon, at $20 each, and give them as stocking stuffers or holiday gifts to your friends.  Introduce your friends to UCP Seguin.  The Auto Detailing Center employs people with disabilities so you are also helping to provide much needed employment.  Donate on this page to receive your car wash coupon and to support Building Bridges to the Future, or contact Dawneen Suriano at dsuriano@seguin.org. Donations received to this fundraiser through all means, $2065.75.  


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Dawneen Suriano

Dawneen Suriano


To the many young men and women with disabilities who need transitional services from high school to adulthood. 4 years ago