The Morton Arboretum Invites You to Attend the 2014 Dinner Party
Spend a spring evening celebrating The Morton Arboretum's mission, while enjoying beautiful scenery, live music, dinner, exciting raffle prizes, and a jazzy after party!
The 2014 Dinner Party theme, Art & Science, speaks to the Arboretum's mission of encouraging the planting and protecting of trees for a greener, healthier, and more beautiful world. Our grounds and collections are beautiful, artful, and breathtaking, but they are only made possible by the many researchers, scientists, groundskeepers, and horticulturists who use science daily to make our facilities a beautiful place to enjoy.
Saturday, May 10, 2014
Dinner & Program
Arbor Court & Sycamore Room
Valencia Ray and Darrell Jackson
2014 Corporate Sponsorship Chairs
Christina Immelman and Joe Weidenbach
2014 Committee Members
Mary Ann Anderson
Thank You to Our 2014 Sponsors!
Presenting Sponsor ($25,000+)
Ginkgo Sponsor ($15,000-$24,999)
Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. McQuaid
Chestnut Sponsor ($10,000-$14,999)
G. Carl Ball Family Foundation
Mary L. Burke and the Daniel P. Haerther Charitable Trust
Ann and John Grube
2014 Presenting Sponsor Spotlight: Northern Trust
Since 1889, Northern Trust has actively advanced a culture of caring with a commitment to invest in the communities it serves worldwide – and this commitment is strongest in and around its hometown of Chicago.
A longstanding supporter of education, Northern Trust believes in the importance of environmental conservation through science-based programs for individuals of all ages. Northern Trust supports the Arboretum’s work which emphasizes the role of sustainable environments in building healthy communities.
Northern Trust is a global leader in delivering innovative investment management, asset servicing and banking solutions to successful corporations, institutions and individuals. It is dedicated not only to meeting the needs of clients and shareholders, but also serving as a responsible corporate citizen through support of the diverse communities we represent.