Welcome to the Schultz Foundation!
The Schultz Foundation facilitates positive change by ensuring that counselors and organizations are equipped to handle the emotional and social needs facing families and individuals across Illinois. Critical funding for groundbreaking work is provided for research to advance, develop, and enhance viable treatment options for vulnerable populations to improve mental health and emotional wellness.
Through the annual grant awards, the Schultz Foundation empowers counseling professionals with needed resources to enrich the lives of those they touch. Counselors provide guidance and direction to those who struggle with emotional distress and trauma.
The Foundation promotes innovative projects and programs, along with professional development, research, and mentoring for counseling professionals, organizations, and counseling graduate students. Improving lives and enhancing the counseling profession is the heart of the Schultz Foundation.
Supporting. . .
Children, Adolescents, Adults, and Families
Victims of Trauma
News & Updates
- Schultz Foundation in the News: Helping to Eliminate School Anxiety
A Season of Gratitude
“Autumn leaves don’t fall, they fly. They take their time and wander on this their only chance to soar.”
Advance counseling resources and mental health services by making a donation today.
Together we can make this season of thanksgiving, an opportunity to help counselors and social agencies soar.
Giving and Sharing Resources
YOUR DONATION CAN MAKE A MEANINGFUL IMPACT ON IMPROVING LIVES
The Schultz Foundation for Advancing Counseling promotes innovative projects and programs to enhance counseling services.
We support vital research and professional development for counseling professionals, organizations, agencies, and school counselors to meet the social and emotional needs of vulnerable populations.
These opportunities are realized through annual grants empowering counselors as they enrich the lives of those they touch and the communities they serve.
INTELLECTUAL SHARING AND DONATIONS
If you would like to support the Foundation or make an in-kind donation please let us know.
In-kind donations include sharing space in which to offer workshops, networking opportunities, or venues to provide access for counseling programs. We welcome submissions of articles and speakers for community engagements.
Intellectual gifts include volunteering a special skill or talent to help the Foundation expand services and/or programs. These gifts may include hosting a workshop, fundraising activities, or web page expansion to meet goals.
We appreciate the opportunity to connect with other counselors and/or organizations as we work together to enhance counseling.