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We are raising the bar on doing good with your help.

With every bag of granola you purchase, you help us do good.

Learn more about the organizations we support.

Clearbrook empowers adults and children with intellectual and developmental disabilities to live their fullest lives possible. Their deep expertise spans six decades—allowing them to care for a continuum of needs. With a staff of 900+ and more than 60 locations across Chicagoland, Clearbrook is proud to report that 89 percent of every dollar raised goes directly into programs and services that support over 8,000 children, adults, and their families. 

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Earn with a Purpose is a not-for-profit organization that provides employment for individuals with diverse developmental abilities. They build collaboration within their community of employees and supporters, which include: families, volunteers, mentors, and businesses. Earn with a Purpose employees sell, package, and deliver products produced by their manufacturing partners and earn a paycheck while utilizing their marketable skills. Their mission is to provide their employees with a sense of purpose while honoring their talents.  

Marklund is a nonprofit organization that serves infants, children, teens and adults with serious and profound developmental disabilities and special healthcare needs. With three residential locations–the Hyde Center in Geneva, the Philip Center in Bloomingdale, and the Wasmond Center in Elgin–it is currently home to nearly 174 residents. Marklund Day School, with locations in Bloomingdale, Geneva and Elgin, is a State Board of Education Licensed Therapeutic Day program that partners with area school districts to serve children with multiple medical needs, learning, emotional and developmental disabilities, and those diagnosed on the Autism Spectrum.


Disability Advocates (Michigan) strives to eliminate systemic barriers and enhance programs allowing people with disabilities to live the self-directed life they choose. They are who they serve–75% of Disability Advocates' board and 56% of their staff are people living with disabilities. Disability Advocates engages for advocacy at the local, state, and federal levels and has been recognized for their transit advocacy, education, technical assistance on accessibility, and Universal Design through Absolutely Accessible Kent program.  

Ray Graham Association was founded in 1950 and serves nearly 2,000 people with disabilities. They provide support through therapeutic programs, recreation throughout the community, and family resources. Ray Graham strives to grow the future of those they serve through neighborhood living, life-skills training, and employment opportunities by pursuing personalized plans with measurable actions and results.


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