In 1931, the people of Naperville gave us the Centennial Beach.
In 1981, the people of Naperville gave us the Riverwalk.
In 2000, the people of Naperville gave us the Millennium Carillon.
Many people contributed to the success of the Naperville Millennium Carillon, as they were able; businesses and families alike.
We've listed those families and businesses who have made the Carillon possible, arranged by their level of contribution.
The most notable, the Mosers, are listed under Naming Opportunities, since the Tower itself is named for them. Other items are listed as well, and several can still have your family name associated with them!
In this section, we first list the Bell Donors, and which bell each donated.
The Charter Families and Businesses, donated $10,000 or more.
The Carillon Guild sponsorships are arranged in various amounts:
- Level I for donations of $100 or more,
- Level II for $500,
- Level III for $1000,
- Level IV for $2500, and
- Level V for $5000 or more.
Other Friends of the Carillon are listed after the Guild listings.
People have given posthumously by specifying the Carillon in their wills. Consider Estate Giving for your family.
We honor all those who have contributed to bringing the Carillon to Naperville.