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Ferrari Lake Forest Community Involvement

You might know Ferrari Lake Forest from our racing involvement or from Rick Mancuso himself, but we believe it is essential to reach beyond the auto world and help those in need. While faraway drivers may visit our showroom for high-performance cars, when we give back, we start here, with organizations serving Lake Bluff and Chicago.

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Lurie Children’s Hospital

Lurie Children’s Hospital is guided by the belief that every child deserves to grow up in a protective, nurturing environment where they can reach their full potential. They have been dedicated to the health and well-being of all children since 1882, serving as the pediatric teaching facility of Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine.

As leaders in the pediatric healthcare field, Lurie Children’s Hospital

  • Provides education for physicians, nurses, and allied health professionals
  • Directs research into the causes, treatment, and prevention of diseases that affect children
  • Advocate for the general well-being of all children

As part of their Culture of Care, Lurie Children’s Hospital has a team devoted not just toward their patients but to their patients’ families. Not only do they help children in need, they ensure their families have the emotional, mental, and spiritual help they need in trying times.

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Max Schewitz Foundation

Max Schewitz died from a sudden cardiac arrhythmia in 2005 at the age of 20, and the Max Schewitz Foundation is a nonprofit, grant-making charitable foundation started by his family and friends. The foundation has two main goals:

  • To support research, prevention, and education around sudden cardiac death in young people
  • To support environmental conservation, a passion of Max’s.

Sudden cardiac death claims as many as 300,000 lives per year in the United States, and it is most often missed in children and young adults.

Their program, Screens for Teens, provides cardiac screening for teens and young adults because the standard participation physical fails to detect over 95% of conditions that could lead to sudden cardiac death. This painless, noninvasive test is able to detect upwards of 60% of markers for conditions that could lead to sudden cardiac death.


UNICEF, the United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund, was founded in 1946 to offer emergency services to children whose countries had been devastated by World War II. Since then, they have expanded to work in 190 countries and territories and broadened their scope. Ferrari Lake Forest works with UNICEF because they believe every child has a right to

  • Grow up in a safe and inclusive environment
  • Survive and thrive
  • Learn
  • Be aided in emergencies
  • Fulfill their potential, especially as young girls

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Primo Center for Women & Children

In 1978 Quintin Primo, Jr. opened The Urban Center of St. Barnabas in Garfield Park to serve the needs of the impoverished. Since the launch of The Urban Center, Chicago has experienced significant economic growth, except perhaps in the areas that needed it most. Renamed the Primo Center for Women and Children (PCWC) in 1996, they work to offer greater access to quality housing, healthcare, and nutrition to those in need.

The PCWC focuses on

  • Housing
  • Trauma-Informed Wraparound Mental Health Services
  • Early Childhood Services
  • Youth Violence Prevention Programs
  • Integrated Health Care

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