What is Club 400?
When Stewart McVicar founded Club 400 in 2013, he had a dream that was inspired by his love for the Cubs, but more importantly, his love for people. This belief has shaped the focus, drive and trajectory of Club 400 into a well-respected, independent, non-profit charity that fosters a community of like-minded people looking to help others in times of great need.
What Do We Do?
Club 400 strives to cater to specific and individual needs, regardless of age, race, or gender with the desire to provide opportunities and assistance that may have been overlooked elsewhere. We hold incredible events in Stewart McVicar’s legendary Cubs fan cave in order to raise money for fellow fans.
Who We Are
Club 400 is run, first and foremost, by Cubs fans:
By inviting current and past Cubs players (as well as other well-known Chicago sports celebrities), Club 400 has developed a reputation of a professional, well-respected community that is serious about taking care of their own. We leverage the influence and impact these players possess in order to raise money for individuals and families in need. Club 400 is not in the business of filling anyone’s pockets but our beneficiaries.
How You Can Help
Club 400 is inundated with requests for help, and we strive to support as many people as possible. Whether it’s a wish for new prosthetics, a motorized wheelchair, money for medical expenses or just tickets to a game for friend on Hospice, we are always looking for sponsors and donations. All donations are tax-deductible due to our 501(c)3 status (#82-1405946).
We are happy and proud that our events have been able to help many wonderful individuals.