Ravinia Festival | BMO Terrace | 201 Ravinia Park Road, Highland Park, IL
We’re looking forward to a fantastic evening tomorrow night! Due to an incredible response, we’re going to be moving our event to a different area inside of Ravinia. Instead, of the BMO Harris Terrace, we will now be having it at the Northern Trust Tent on the North Lawn. The sides of the tents will be open to allow for airflow and Covid safety. Also, we’ll have chairs and tables available outside of the tents. All in all, the new location provides a beautiful atmosphere for the evening!
Please note that you should still park in the West Lot as noted in the instructions that were sent with your tickets. JCFS Staff will direct you from the West Lot to the Northern Trust tent.
Important event information! Please read before arriving at Ravinia.
$100 per ticket, only 500 tickets will be sold. Winners announced Sunday, June 26.
Win five thousand dollars in cash.
Chicago Sports Package (for the 2022-2023 season)
- Four prime seats to Bears
- Four prime seats to Cubs (including access to the 1914 Club and parking pass)
- Four prime seats to White Sox (and $500 Manny’s Deli gift card)
- Four prime seats to Blackhawks
- Two prime seats to Chicago Sky
(Approximate value $4,500)
Out in Chicago
- Two theater tickets to My Fair Lady
- Two theater tickets to The Devil Wears Prada
- Two tickets to Bonnie Raitt at Ravinia
- $100 restaurant gift cards for Italian Village, Bar Roma, Lettuce Entertain You, Lou Malnati’s
- $125 Absolute Precision Skincare gift card
(Approximate value $1,000)
Adrienne & Jeffrey Kriezelman
Irving B. Harris Leadership Award
|We are thrilled to present the Irving B. Harris Award to Adrienne and Jeffrey Kriezelman for their tireless leadership and dedication to our community. Adrienne has been active with Women’s Philanthropy at the Jewish United Fund for over 40 years, having recently served as President. She has also held leadership positions with the Jewish Women’s Foundation and the Jewish Children’s Bureau (predecessor of JCFS Chicago). Jeffrey is the founder of an immigration law firm and served as President of HIAS Chicago (now part of JCFS Chicago) for seven years. He currently serves on the Boards of American Jewish Committee and Israel Cancer Research Fund.|
What's Possible Award
We’re excited to honor Julie Hamos this year with the What’s Possible Award — given to an outstanding individual who has overcome adversity and made a significant impact on society. The daughter of Holocaust survivors, Julie and her family escaped from Hungary during the 1956 revolution with the help of HIAS. Motivated by this experience, Julie focused on government policymaking, helping underserved groups throughout her public service career. Julie was an Illinois State Representative before being appointed as the Director of the Illinois Department of Healthcare and Family Services. Today, she is a Senior Policy Advisor at the Office of Medicaid Innovation at the University of Illinois.
Thank You to Our Sponsors
Ellen Benjamin and Fred Bates
Event Planning Committee
Simon Fleischmann, Co-chair
Mitchell Kaufman and Dan Wolf
Michael Capone and Adriana
Neil and Joann Berg