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2019 Grant Awards

 

COMMUNITY AND CIVIC ENGAGEMENT

  • Access Living: $15,000 to support the Racial Justice Community Organizing Group

  • Alliance of the Southeast (ASE) - $20,000 for the Development, not Displacement Program

  • Centro de Trabajadores Unidos - $20,000 for the Parent Mentoring Organizing Program

  • Chicago Community Foundation: $30,000 (over 2 years) for the Chicago Police Reform Consent Decree Public Education Fund

  • Coalition to Save Our Mental Health Centers: $30,000 over 2 years for its Developing the West Side and Logan Square, Avondale and Hermosa Expanded Mental Health Services Program

  • Community Organizing and Family Issues (COFI): $40,000 over two years to engage parents of color to become leaders in advocating for their children's education.

  • Latino Union Chicago: $20,000 for its Immigrant Organizing program

  • Organizing Neighbors for Equality: Northside: $35,000 over 2 years for its Homeless Leadership Development Project

CULTURE

CAPACITY BUILDING

  • Arts Work Fund for Organizational Development: $70,000 over 2 years in general operating support. 

ARTS WITHIN NON-ARTS ORGANIZATIONS​

  • Fifth House Ensemble: $15,000 for its Residency Programs at Deborah's Place, Ignite and Cara Chicago.

  • FreeWrite :  $40,000 over 2 years for its Free Write Arts services at the Cook County Juvenile Detention Center

  • International Children's Media Center: $15,000 for its Global Girls/Women's View & WorldScene Media Arts Residencies & Festivals

  • Literature for All of Us: $25,000 for its Workforce Development Book Groups

  • National Veterans Art Museum: $25,000 for its Creative Community Program

EDUCATION

  • Chicago Pre-College Science and Engineering: $40,000 over 2 years for general operations

  • Reading in Motion: $15,000 for its Benchmarks Program

  • Target H.O.P.E: $40,000 over 2 years for its STEM Initiative

  • Working in the Schools: $10,000 for its WITS on the Weekend program.

HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES

VIOLENCE AFFECTING YOUTH

  • Chicago Voyagers: $25,000 for its Chicago Youth Outdoor Experiential Living Program

  • Circles and Ciphers/United Church of Rogers Park: $50,000 over 2 years for general operations

  • Family Rescue: $50,000 over 2 years for its Children's Services Program

  • Health and Medicine Policy Research Group: $35,000 over 2 years for its Addressing Trauma and ACES's in Chicago Youth

  • Kuumba Lynx: $20,000 for its Restorative and Transformative Justice program

  • Lawndale Christian Legal Center: $15,000 for its Integrated Legal and Social Services program

UTILIZATION OF HEALTH SERVICES BY CHILDREN AND YOUTH

  • Barr-Harris Grief Center: $30,000 over 2 years for its outreach programs to low-income and underserved bereaved children affected by violence and trauma.

  • Children's Research Triangle: $40,000 over 2 years for its Trauma Treatment Program 

  • Housing Opportunities for Women: $10,000 for its Home, Health and Happy Kids Program

  • New Moms: $15,000 for its Family Support Program

  • Respiratory Health Association: $30,000 for its Comprehensive Asthma Management Program

  • Tuesday's Child: $50,000 over 2 years for its Behavior Intervention Outreach Program

SPECIAL INITIATIVES

  • Chicago Community Foundation: $35,000 for the Illinois Immigration Funders Collaborative

  • Institute for Nonviolence Chicago: $20,000 in general operating support.

  • Parliament of the World's Religions: $10,000 in memory of Howard A. Sulkin