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Nonprofit Clients

MEET OUR FALL 2018 clients

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Apartment and Housing Rentals Foundation

Mission: To give over 500,000 second chances within the next five years. To make a big impact on homelessness.

When families have nowhere to call their own, it's hard to grow or move forward. Being homeless can be one of the hardest things to work through and this is why AHRF is here to help. Once it gives its clients a second chance at renting, it then offers them services to help them keep their second chance.

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Gary Comer Youth Center

Mission: To ensure students graduate from high school prepared for college and careers.

Gary Comer Youth Center was established in Chicago’s Greater Grand Crossing neighborhood in May 2006. It provides a safe and supportive environment for youth after school, on weekends and during school hours. GCYC is committed to developing the full potential, talent and skill of young people from 5th grade through college graduation. It offers programming in three primary categories: academics, enrichment and college success.

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Next Bites

Mission: To protect the environment and conserve natural resources by helping Chicago’s foodservice industry and its supporters reduce their collective environmental footprint.

Next Bites strives to make Chicago’s edible landscape the most sustainable it can be, one foodservice provider at a time. In order to make this possible it has provided resources for foodservice industry members and consumers on its website to help start or further this process. Sport the sprouting fork and be proud to be green, so we can all be mindful eaters!

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Teach For America

Mission: To expand opportunity for children by affecting profound systemic change. To find, develop, and support a diverse network of leaders from classrooms, schools, and every sector and field in order to shape the broader system in which schools operate.

Teach For America recruits outstanding and diverse leaders to become TFA “corps members.” Corps members commit to teaching for two years in a low-income community, where they're employed by local schools and confront both the challenges and joys of expanding opportunities for kids. After two years, they become part of the TFA alumni network. Informed and inspired by their students, many continue teaching; others pursue other leadership roles in schools and school systems or launch careers in other fields that shape educational access and opportunity.

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UChicago International House

Mission: To enable students and scholars from around the world to live and learn together in a diverse residential community that builds lifelong qualities of leadership, respect, and friendship.

International House achieves its mission by daily interaction among its residents through programs, facilities, and residential life designed to foster diversity of thought and experience.


Past clients

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Camp of Dreams serves financially disadvantaged 8-16-year-olds predominantly on the south side of Chicago*the young people who have tremendous potential but extremely limited access to educational resources. Our programming includes:  -After-School Program (grades K-8) offers two to four-hour sessions that provide homework assistance and various enrichment programs to at least 30 youngsters daily.  -Community Days program (ages 8 to 16), the program offers workshops in community building, visual and performing arts, educational fundamentals, and other topics such as blogging, social media, Spanish, tap dance, and much more.  -Summer Day Camp, concentrating on recreational and academic pursuits.
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Free after-school "Strive One-to-One" tutoring/mentoring for children & youth grades 1-12, including homework help, academic supplements, college applications, healthy snacks, outdoor play, baking projects, science projects, ping-pong, social games with other tutor/mentor pairs, etc.  Free half-day "Strive Summer Program" for 1st-8th graders. Includes weekly field trips like fishing, daily family-style lunches, hands-on learning projects such as gardening, music composition, creative writing, and culminating Summer Showcase & BBQ celebration with families.  "Strive Pod" (free) after-school small group tutoring/mentoring & peer group, including homework help, 3-D printing projects, chess tournaments, art, etc.  In past years we have offered ACT Prep courses for high-school students.  Beyond content, healthy relationships are what we do at Strive. Through mentoring relationships, peer relationships, and mixed-age relationships between students, we nurture the development of supportive and positive interactions within our community.
The Soulful Chicago Book Fair counters violence with literary excellence, in what is believed to be Chicago's most "gang-infested" neighborhood, Woodlawn. Woodlawn residents were highly pleased with the coming of the book fair, and earnestly expressed their appreciation and gratitude to us for bringing such an event to their neighborhood. SCBF monthly events provide opportunities for established writers to learn better ways to market their works. Aspiring writers gain access to resources that help them actually become published. Young writers are challenged to increase their writing skills in our essay contest. And all writers enjoy presenting their work through sales or performance, at the actual Soulful Chicago Book Fair.
Chicago Hyde Park Village’s (CHPV) mission is to help its members remain in their homes and engaged in the community as they grow older, through education, volunteerism, and referrals. CHPV aims to preserve the character and identify of the neighborhood its residents cherish while helping members remain involved. CHPV collaborates with other local organizations, and is hoping to expand to other areas in the South Side.
Ladies of Virtue (LOV) is dedicated to improving the lives of young women, ages 10 to 18, in underserved communities. Like the butterfly, the journey begins with a commitment to the transformation process. Personal discovery, strength of character and a spirit of excellence must be present to soar. Our ladies will overcome any obstacle that stands in their way. Ultimately, they will spread their wings ready to fulfill their destiny ahead.
Woodlawn East Community And Neighbors provides decent, affordable and safe housing with supportive services as a support system to our residents and to the community. WECAN provides advocacy and training in basic employment skills.
St. Martin de Porres House of Hope heals women and children through a holistic substance abuse recovery program that includes:  •Long-term shelter  •Case coordination and advocacy  •Counseling (individual and group)  •Education (Daycare and GED)  •Physical and mental wellness and spirituality