COTG DONATES $25,000 TO UCP SEGUIN OF GREATER CHICAGO
Bolingbrook, Illinois – August 27, 2014 – COTG, A Xerox Company, today announced a donation of $25,000 to United Cerebral Palsy Seguin of Greater Chicago, a charitable social services agency helping children and adults with disabilities achieve their potential, advance their independence and act as full members of the community.
“We are thrilled to continue our partnership with UCP Seguin of Greater Chicago and contribute to its tremendous efforts throughout the Chicago land area,” said Ryan Johndrow, Solutions Specialist at COTG who has worked closely with UCP Seguin for years.
Director of Client Relations and Marketing at COTG, Roxanne Trebotich, expressed the importance of organizations like UCP Seguin in the Chicago area. “We know the profound impact the organization has on the people in our community and proudly support the cause,” said Trebotich.
“COTG has been a major contributor to UCP Seguin, enabling us to fulfill our mission and improve the lives of people with intellectual, developmental and physical disabilities,” stated John Voit, President and CEO of UCP Seguin. “COTG’s generosity strengthens our ability to integrate, enrich and empower people with disabilities through our innovative services.”
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About UCP Seguin
UCP Seguin of Greater Chicago is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit human services agency dedicated to enriching the lives of people with disabilities. Providing programs and services from birth to old age, UCP Seguin helps children and adults with disabilities achieve their potential, advance their independence and act as vital members of the community. Its programs include innovative training and education, family support, employment and life-skills training, and residential services.