Aon Step Up for Kids Sunday, January 26, 2014 Aon Center, Chicago, IL

Our Goal: $665,000.00
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Achieved: $654,095.92

Join Us for Aon Step Up for Kids

Sunday, January 26, 2014 at Aon Center, Chicago, IL

Climb results are now available!

You’re invited to “step up” to the 17th annual Aon Step Up for Kids challenge! On Sunday, January 26, 2014, climb 80 floors to the top of the Aon Center, one of Chicago's tallest buildings, while raising money to help the children and families at Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago.

Fundraising proceeds will be directed to K.I.D.S.S. for Kids, an affiliated organization of Lurie Children’s, and its $4 million commitment to the hospital’s Family Services Department. There are exciting new prizes to motivate and award your fundraising achievements, and free online tools to help make your efforts a success!

Participants will receive an exclusive Step Up t-shirt. Plus, after the climb, enjoy complimentary food, beverages, live music and entertainment for the whole family.

Last year’s event attracted nearly 3,000 participants from across the state, the country and beyond. Sign up early to reserve your spot!

Join or Form a Team

Register as an individual or start a team with friends and family!

Online registration closes Tuesday, January 21, 2014 at 11:59 p.m. After this date, you may register in person at one of the Packet Pick Up locations or at the Aon Center on event day if spots are remaining.

Learn More

Aon Step Up for Kids is an athletic stair climb to the top of the Aon Center and a fundraiser for the patients and families at Lurie Children’s.

Donate Support

Help heal and save children’s lives by donating to Aon Step Up for Kids. You can sponsor a participant or donate directly to the event.

Impact of Your Support

Violet, our 2014 Patient Champion, participates as a way to give back for the exceptional care she received at Lurie Children’s. Read Violet’s story.

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