SEDOL Foundation

Providing Pathways to a Fuller Life

Upcoming Events

One Special Night

70’s Disco Party

Saturday, November 5, 2022
7:00pm – 11:00pm
Dinner, Drinks and Dancing

 Studio One
Highland Park

31st Annual Gala

Friday, May 6, 2022

 Concorde Banquets

Fore the Kids Golf Invitational

Monday, September 12, 2022

Stonewall Orchard Golf Club

Pucks for Autism

Friday – Sunday, June 24 – 26, 2022

Glacier Ice Arena – Vernon Hills
Mt. Prospect Ice Arena – Mt. Prospect
RecPlex – Pleasant Prairie
Top Shelf Ice Arena – Gurnee

Making Strides for Special Kids 5K Run/Walk and 1 Mile Kids’ Sprint

Saturday, September 17, 2022
Race Time: 8:30am

Independence Grove

What is the SEDOL Foundation?

The Special Education District of Lake County – “SEDOL” – is responsible for providing physically, mentally, and emotionally challenged children up to age 22 with educational opportunities appropriate to each child’s needs. Created in 1960, SEDOL is a cooperative system that serves over 2,200 students, 400 square miles and 31 Lake County school districts.

While the Special Education District’s services are comprehensive, there are important life-enhancing resources that the organization simply can’t provide because of funding limitations. That’s where the SEDOL Foundation comes in. Believing that every child deserves the opportunity to develop to their full potential, the not-for-profit Foundation was created in 1991 to partner with SEDOL, special needs children and their families to overcome difficult challenges and create hope and new possibilities.

SEDOL Foundation at a Glance

Students with Special Needs
School Districts
Yearly Events