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Hoopis Group raised funds through Lurie Children’s Circle of Friends program to support the work and leading-edge research taking place at Lurie Children’s each and every day. With the donations, we contributed to brighter futures and better outcomes for children – one where pain, illness and hospital stays are things of the past. Every dollar counts when it comes to the health and happiness of children. With all silent auction and raffle ticket proceeds totaling over $6,000, it was truly a night to remember. We are proud to help contribute to the health and well-being of the patients and families of Lurie Children’s.

About Lurie Childrens Circle of Friends program

Luries is guided by the belief that all children need to grow up in a protective and nurturing environment where each child is given the opportunity to reach their full potential. They believe this vision can provide a brighter future for all children.

Their vision is inspired by the courage of children and families. It is sustained by the extraordinary contributions of compassionate, knowledgeable and dedicated staff and volunteers, and built from our tradition of providing unsurpassed health care for children dating back to 1882.

They are dedicated to the health and well-being of all children. As the pediatric teaching facility of Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, this commitment drives them to be a leader in:

  • Pediatric healthcare delivery
  • Research into the prevention, causes, and treatment of diseases that affect children
  • Education for physicians, nurses and allied health professionals
  • Advocacy for the general well-being of all children.

As a charitable organization, they serve children and their families to the best of our abilities and the limits of our resources.

President at Hoopis Group | Website

Peter Hoopis is CEO of Hoopis Group and author of the new book E-Cruiting, which leverages his almost three decades of experience in recruiting Financial Services Professionals. Peter specializes in mentoring, training, and developing Financial Services managers and making them better recruiters and helping them grow their firms. In his spare time, he enjoys camping with his children and driving his race car; he is a purple belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. He lives in Chicago with his wife Melissa and four children.

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