Face the Future Foundation
Endless Summer Cocktail Party
Benefiting The University of Illinois Craniofacial Center and the Purchase of a 3D Oral Scanner for Infants with Cleft Lip and Palate
Thursday, October 20, 2022
1229 West Lake Street, Chicago IL 60622
5:30 PM to 8:30 PM
Libations & Small Bites Featuring an All-Star Line-Up of Chefs
- Chef Craig Couper (Michael Jordan 's Steakhouse)
- Chef Cedric Harden (Urban Belly)
- Chef Lisa Stephan (Table at Crate)
- Chef Bill Kim (BellyQ and Bill Kim Ramen Bar)
University of Illinois Craniofacial Center Update Presented by Pravin Patel, MD
DJ Megan Taylor, Raffle, Live Auction and Paddle Raise.
Tickets: Individual - $125
Sophisticated Casual Coastal Attire
Limited Amount of Complimentary Valet Parking Available
For more information please:
Website: Face the Future Foundation
About Face the Future Foundation:
Mission - FFF is dedicated to raising funds and public awareness in support of the multi-disciplinary patient care at The University of Illinois Craniofacial Center (the "Center") so that every child with craniofacial differences lives a confident, joyful and fulfilling life.
- We believe that every child deserves a smile-filled future.
- We believe that every child and their families deserve the best multi-disciplinary care regardless of race, gender, ethnicity or ability to pay.
- We believe that all patients who have craniofacial differences deserve the best opportunities to live a fully embodied life and reach their full potential.
- We believe that the best craniofacial care includes:
- - being treated by the most compassionate and knowledgeable medical team
- - who have access to state-of-the-art equipment
- - and provide wrap-around emotional, cognitive, and psychological support services
- - all under one roof
- - for however long the patient needs care.
About the University of Illinois Craniofacial Center:
The University of Illinois Craniofacial Center is one of the oldest and most comprehensive facilities in the world fully dedicated to caring for children and adults with cleft lip and palate and facial differences that occur from birth anomalies, trauma and cancer. Since its founding in 1949, the Center has fostered the team approach to care. The Center provides multidisciplinary management for craniofacial patients who are treated by medical and dental specialists and allied health professionals working together to provide comprehensive care in a single location. Today, it provides this care for more economically disadvantaged children than any other teaching hospital in Illinois by providing access to the highest quality care irrespective of financial circumstance. More than 5,000 Chicago-area children are helped annually.