Area of Greatest Need

By designating your gift to the Area of Greatest Need, you join hundreds of donors who make Barrington’s White House possible. Reserve gifts are restricted to specific priorities, while gifts to Area of Greatest Need provide our leadership team the flexibility to prioritize the needs of the building, operations, programs, and staff, as well as meet any unforeseen challenges that may occur.

Willow Springs Charitable Trust generously donated $50,000 to be used to support general operations. They recognize that the biggest challenge for small non-profits is finding funding for general operating.

Beth Raseman, Barrington's White House Director
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Local Tesser Acts Theatre Ensemble performed such classics as It’s a Wonderful Life and Our Town.

The Barrington High School Madrigals take audiences back in time with their costume and song.

Winners of the Agnes Krueger Memorial Scholarship perform yearly in honor of this generous woman.

Kaleidoscope Art School founder and artist Jill Funt enjoys the school’s Not for Profit gala at Barrington’s White House.

Caroline Woods, author of Fräulein M., shared her author journey at a lecture and book signing.

A Toast of Hope fundraiser used the elegant rooms of the mansion’s first floor to display auction items.