JCFS Chicago is pleased to announce the development of the Seigle Campus in Skokie. The site includes the renovated Goldie Bachman Luftig building and the soon to be developed Seigle Building — the future home of Response for Teens. With a lead gift, philanthropist and JUF board member Harry J. Seigle launches the vision of a multi-service hub for counseling, career services, immigration and citizenship and other community supports.
The new home for Response for Teens will feature a teen-friendly, lounge-like lobby, modern space for counseling and community education as well as flexible programming rooms.
A safe, welcoming space where teens receive support to deal with life’s challenges, Response for Teens supports young people and their families by providing leadership development, counseling and inclusive, comprehensive sexual health education.
Goldie Bachman Luftig Building
The renovation of the Goldie Luftig Bachman building will be home to counseling, career services, immigration and citizenship and other community supports
Would you like to make a lasting impact on our community?
Carry out your vision with a contribution to the Seigle Campus by investing in the JCFS Seigle Campus. You can help redefine what’s possible for generations to come.
- Programming spaces
- Staff lounge
- Conference rooms
For questions or more information, please contact Judd Holzman, Vice President, Chief Development Officer at 773.467.3753, or Donna Kahan, Jewish Federation Senior Associate Vice President, Legacies and Endowments at 312.444.2827.
All gifts will be considered as commitments to the Jewish United Federation’s Centennial Program.
Highlights of the progress at the Seigle Campus in Skokie
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