Our Business Partners

Our Business Partners

Brian Lewis

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Our Business Partners help Friends of the Fox River keep on fixin’ the Fox River through their established community giving programs or by creating a special discount or giving program for just us!

These business owners and companies know how important clean water and a healthy environment are to a healthy and vibrant local economic climate.

Their public support makes a powerful statement about their commitment to a healthy Fox River and our communities that depend on it.

Neu Family Dental

Dr. Greg Neu and Dr. Anthony Varchetto have over 30 years of combined dental experience. Neu Family Dental has been established in East Dundee, IL for over 25 years serving patients from Dundee, Algonquin, Lake In The Hills, Elgin, Carpentersville, Barrington, Crystal Lake, Hoffman Estates and more.

Our doctors work very closely together to provide the very best dental care for their patients in a friendly, caring and professional environment. They truly love their profession and enjoy staying on the cutting edge of dentistry with state-of-the-art techniques and technology.

 

Jackson Rose Candle Company

Jackson Rose Candle Company’s founder Sara Spring has a distinct mission when creating her candles— transform a scent into that moment in time when life was meant to live simply.  Her first collection, Southern Roots, captures gathering around the fire and sharing stories until the last of the fireflies flicker. This Georgia-raised transplant, residing in West Dundee, Illinois, is making waves with her Southern Roots candle collection.

Southern Roots collectionSeven percent of Sara’s profits are donated to Friends of the Fox River.  Sara’s goal is to support environmental and educational organizations in each local area where her candles are sold so that customers and retailers alike can make a direct impact in their communities.

“They {Friends of the Fox River} work a lot with the schools and getting kids involved in water sampling and educating the public on what is happening along our waterways.  It’s a grass roots effort to figure out what we can all do to help with what goes right through our backyards.”