IAG Returns to Cog Hill for 10th Annual Golf Outing
Individual Advocacy Group (IAG), an organization established to serve individuals with developmental disabilities in the greater Chicago area, is once again returning to Cog Hill for their 10th Annual Golf Outing in July. On Monday, July 9, IAG and Cog Hill will welcome hundreds of golfers to the famous Chicagoland golf course to help support a worthy cause. Golfers will be able to participate as a foursome or as individuals, plus there is an option to attend the event as a non-playing participant. Scheduled events include a silent auction, raffle prizes, a post-golf BBQ and a few surprise guests from Chicago sports fame.
Individual Advocacy Group (IAG) is a 501c3 non-profit organization started in 1995 to provide lifelong services and supports to individuals of all ages with developmental disabilities, abuse recovery, and traumatic brain injuries. IAG provides training services, therapies, and residential support programs for children and adults. The organization focuses its programs on people who have little to no family support and for people who have trouble being accepted by other service organizations when seeking the supports they need.
For more information on how you can support this great cause, please visit the IAG company website at www.individualadvocacygroup.com. You can also call to register for the event by dialing 630-759-0201.