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360 Youth Services
Naperville, IL
$10,000For the Youth In Transition program, which offers up to two years of housing and support services for homeless youth, 18 to 21 years old. The program served 57 youth during FY09.
Advocate Charitable Foundation
Downers Grove, IL
$25,000For the Child Trauma Treatment program for low income families, providing psychotherapy and counseling services to severely abused children, most of whom live in foster care. In FY09, the program served 57 children.
Advocate Charitable Foundation
Downers Grove, IL
$25,000For the Child Trauma Treatment program for low income families, providing psychotherapy and counseling services to severely abused children, most of whom live in foster care. In FY10, the program served 42 children.
AIDS Foundation of Chicago
Chicago, IL
$20,000For the Supportive Housing Initiatives program, providing housing services and case management to individuals living with HIV/AIDS and their families. During FY09, the program served 35 families.
AIDS Foundation of Chicago
Chicago, IL
$20,000For the Supportive Housing Initiatives program, providing housing services and case management to individuals living with HIV/AIDS and their families. During FY10, the program served 43 families.
Albany Park Community Center, Inc.
Chicago, IL
$25,000For the Adult Literacy program, which provides small group classes and one-on-one tutoring for individuals of different ethnic backgrounds with low literacy levels. The program served over 250 students in 2010.
Alternatives, Inc.
Chicago, IL
$20,000For the Career and Employment Services program, which provides individual case management support, workforce preparation workshops and intensive skill development opportunities for low income youth. In 2010, the program served 296 clients.
American Indian Center, Inc.
Chicago, IL
$20,000For the Community Hunger Initiative, which includes food pantries, hot meals programs for seniors, youth and families, health screenings, and a venison recovery project. In FY09, the programs served over 2,000 clients (61% were Native American).
American Indian Center, Inc.
Chicago, IL
$20,000For the Community Hunger Initiative, which includes food pantries, hot meals programs for seniors, youth and families, health screenings, and a venison recovery program. In FY10, these programs served over 2,400 clients.
Apna Ghar, Inc. (Our Home)
Chicago, IL
$15,000For the Children's Services program, providing individual and family counseling for young people with trauma-related issues due to domestic violence. The program served 20 children during FY09.
Apna Ghar, Inc. (Our Home)
Chicago, IL
$25,000For the Children's Counseling program, providing individual and family counseling for children with trauma-related issues due to domestic violence. The program served 14 children during FY10.
Aquinas Literacy Center
Chicago, IL
$10,000For the Adult Literacy program which offers individualized instruction to adults in the McKinley Park and surrounding neighborhoods.
Aquinas Literacy Center
Chicago, IL
$10,000For the Adult Literacy program, which offers individualized tutoring, small group instruction, conversation skills classes, computer learning, and workplace skills seminars to more than 200, predominantly Latino, adult learners.
Asian Human Services of Chicago, Inc.
Chicago, IL
$25,000For the Literacy Education for Adults and Families (LEAF) program, providing family literacy services, including early childhood education, after-school programs and adult education to recent immigrants. In 2010, over 250 adults were served.
Association House of Chicago
Chicago, IL
$20,000For the Vocational Bridge Academy program, providing employment, adult education, and industry sector training to low-income individuals. The program served 325 students in FY09.
Association House of Chicago
Chicago, IL
$35,000For the Vocational Bridge Academy, which provides adult education, computer training, and support services to prepare low income and low literate adults for industry sector job training programs. In FY10, the program served 380 students.
Association House of Chicago
Chicago, IL
$20,000For the Out of School Time English Language Arts program, providing reading and literacy instruction to children ages 6-12. In 2011, the program served 66 students.
Beacon Therapeutic School, Inc.
Chicago, IL
$85,000For the Family Assertive Community Treatment program, providing housing, case management, and mental health services to 49 homeless families. The program also coordinates discussions among multiple city and state systems serving homeless families.
Beacon Therapeutic School, Inc.
Chicago, IL
$20,000For the Family Assertive Community Treatment project, providing treatment to homeless children with emotional, behavioral and attachment disorders. In FY09, the project provided intensive treatment to 14 children.
Beacon Therapeutic School, Inc.
Chicago, IL
$85,000For the Family Assertive Community Treatment program, providing housing, case management, and mental health services to 39 homeless families. The program also coordinates discussions among multiple city and state systems serving homeless families.
Beacon Therapeutic School, Inc.
Chicago, IL
$25,000For the Family Assertive Community Treatment program, providing treatment to homeless children with emotional, behavioral and attachment disorders. In FY10, the program provided intensive treatment to 13 children.
Between Friends
Chicago, IL
$20,000For the Children's Program, which provides group, individual, and family counseling to help children who have been affected by domestic violence. In 2010, the program served 30 children.
Boys Town Chicago, Inc.
Chicago, IL
$10,000For the Back of the Yards hunger network, which includes a food pantry serving over 6,100 family members, and two programs serving hot meals to 60 teens and 130 elementary school children, annually.
Boys Town Chicago, Inc.
Chicago, IL
$10,000For the Back of the Yards Community Hunger Network, which includes a church-based food pantry serving 3,365 families, and two separate hot meals programs, one serving 68 teens at a residential program, and a kids cafe for 135 elementary school children.
Breaking Ground
Chicago, IL
$20,000For the Green Deconstruction Development program, which provides subsidized employment, job readiness and computer skills classes to formerly-incarcerated individuals in North Lawndale. The program served 167 clients during FY09.
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