The Chicago Club Managers Foundation, a non-profit organization, was created in 1997. The purpose of the Foundation is three-fold.
The first is to provide scholarships to deserving students who attend hospitality schools at colleges and universities throughout the United States and show a desire to seek a career in the club management field.
The second purpose is to create and fund outstanding training and continuing education opportunities tailored directly to the needs of all club managers in the Chicago metropolitan area.
The third purpose is to partner with local charities and support their mission. Our current partner is Little City, an amazing organization that provides services to individuals with autism and other intellectual and developmental disabilities throughout the Chicago area.
Since the Chicago Club Managers Foundation inception in 1997, over $211,00 dollars have been awarded in scholarships, $101,000 in charitable donations and $106,000 in chapter and regional education grants.