There are multiple ways to contribute to the Givins Beverly Castle Restoration Campaign. We accept donations online by credit card or by check made out to the Castle Restoration Fund and mailed or delivered to 10244 South Longwood Drive, Chicago, IL 60643.

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For instructions on the transfer of assets or to offer inkind gifts, please contact  givinsbeverlycastle@gmail.com

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Individuals
Anne Alt
Deidre Anderson
Anonymous
Harriet Arnold
Patricia Arvesen
Patricia Bakunas
Aparna Bapu
Nan Barsotti
Gretchen Bernard
Shelby Beverly
Henry Bianco
Jaime Blakesley
Nancy and Larry Brown
Susan Burnet
Terese and Terrance Burns
Kevin Byrnes
Richard Carey
Monica Carey
Pam Carlson
Russell Carlson
Patricia Carroll
Roberta and Doug Chalmers
Susan K Colby
Linda Cooper
Jennie and Josh Cottrill
Mary Crowley
Marcia Curtis and Greg Lawler
Therese and James Cushing
Alice and Steven Epley-Tischer
Leah and Ian Evison
John Fisher
Jane Flynn-Royko
Laurie Foody
Mary Ann Furlong
Denise and Gary Gardner
Kurt Graf
Bertha Grode
Jan and Tom Hardy
Edward Hayes
Terri Haymaker
Patricia Haynes and Doug Fellows
Pat and Chris Hofmann
Cathleen and Thomas Hogan
Jeanne and Earl Hokens
Melanie and Rob Holmes
Eugene F. Horcher
Edward Howe
Marina Jablonsky
Michelle Jaques
Francoise Johnson
Kathleen Jones
Mary & John Kane
Meghan E. Kean
Alice Keane
Erin and Daniel Kelly
Connie Kilgore
Eileen and Charlie Klees
Georgene Koeller (in memory of Eleanor Kupinski)
Brian Lepacek and Ed Laginess
Linda Lamberty
Marianne and James Lambur
Margaret Lane
Hunter Leggitt
Char and Chris Lichtenfeld
Tomas Limon
Carol Macola
Catherine Majeske
Barbara Mallon
Simone Malone
Joe Mansueto
Mary Martin
Diane and Edward Marton
Stacy Maul
Martha McBride
Cynthia McCarthy
Maureen McGann
Karen Meyer
Jacquelynn and Marino Michicich
Norma & Kenneth Miller
Jennifer & Michael Moody
Sarah Moriarty
Kevin Morrisey
Maria Moser and Ryan Kukor
Sue and John Mulcahy

Anne Neven
Carolyn Nowakowski and Anthony Caciopo
Paula O'Brien
Merrick O'Connell in memory of Maya O'Connell
Frances and John Oehmen
Beth O'Grady
Constance Oreilly
Gerald O'Sullivan
Julie O'Sullivan
Sheila O'Sullivan
Nedjla Ougouag and Jacob Furst
Stacey and Matt Patricoski
Stacey Patricoski
Katrina Pavlik and Jeff Penzino
Audrey Peeples
Betsy Perrine
Kathy Perrine
Linda Petersen in memory of Bill Diana
Fern Popkin Peterson and Howard Peterson
Joan Ann and Donald Radtke
Linda Recht
Stacey Recht and Philip Von Zweck
Jean and Bill Robinson
Claire Robinson
Jill and Tim Roellig
Patricia and Patrick Rohan
Maria Saenz
Janet Sanders
Judith Schader
Rena Schergen
Anne Scheurich
Brittany Schrimple
Mary Shaughnessy
Michael Sheehan
Mary Pat Sheppard
Ellen Skerrett
Adair and Ken Small
Corbett T. Smith
Margaret Smith
Spencer Smith
Suzanne and Cecil Smith
Francoise Sowa
Mary Sparks
Linda Spery
Lorraine and Laurence Stanton
Jarilyn and Steve Stavropoulos
Scott Stirton
Marilyn Stone
Gerald Sullivan
Chad Syverson
Patricia and David Taylor
Karen Tellef
Irene and Mark Testa
Karen Truitt
William Tyre
C. Vaccaro
James Vecchitto
Judith Wagner and Suzanne McLaughlin
Lisa and Matthew Walsh
Irwin Watkins
Virginia White
Carolyn Wilbon and family of Rodney Turner
Donna Wilkinson
Kerry and Willie Winters
Lenore and Mike Wolf
Katherine Woyner
Ellen and Richard Yanz

Organizations
Beverly Improvement Assoc.
Calvary Lutheran Church
Castle Tour group
Donna Wilkinson's yoga family
Kiwanis Club SW Chicago
Morgan Park Womans Club
Ridge Historical Society
Women of the Castle

Foundations and Government
Landmarks Illinois grant
State of Illinois Rebuild Illinois capital grant
City of Chicago Adopt-a-Landmark grant

In-kind
Women in Restoration Engineering
Errol Madgison
Linda Lamberty & Marilyn Stone
Dan Campanella, DC Microsystems
Bulley & Andrews
Heritage Gallery

8 thoughts on “Donate”

  1. I got married there in 1981. The marriage lasted just 3 years, but I sure hope the castle lasts for another 100 more! Donation on its way.

  2. I can’t imagine Beverly without the Castle. I’m happy to donate to keep this icon healthy for the community!

  3. We have lived in Beverly for over 40 years and have always loved to see and ride by the Castle. It adds to the beautiful architecture in the Beverly neighborhood. We will donate!

  4. Congratulations to the Castle for being named one of the Top Ten sites to visit as part of the 2019 Open House Chicago, sponsored by the Chicago Architectural Center. Almost 3,000 people visited the Castle during Open House Chicago 2018. I’ll join them this year on Saturday, October 19 or Sunday, October 20.

  5. We donated last year and it’s time to give again! We can’t imagine Beverly without this wonderful landmark.

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