Includes links to organizations, typically non-profit, that are located within and serve the residents of the City of Chicago. Sites may include, but not limited to:
Promotes community growth and vitality through the arts; offers training and volunteering opportunities, programs and events, and resource library.
Christian ministry of Bethel Lutheran Church offering information on its food and hunger prevention programs, employment, community outreach, family support, business and economic development programs and contacts. Based in West Garfield Park.
Provides historical information on CAPE, highlighting its dedication to partnerships between arts organizations, schools and community groups. It also features curriculum examples from the CAPE partnerships.
Public and community service organization that sponsors a popular volunteer service day each year (Serve-a-thon). Painting, planting and pitching in to improve the city's schools, parks, and social service agencies.
CHAPT for persons interested in the Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) and other personality style indicators. Events, newsletter, links.
Non-profit organization dedicated to the beautification of the Chicagoland area. Features information on beauty and landscape projects, events calendar, and contacts.
Local chapter of this public service group for professional-minded people; features include upcoming events and membership information.
LISC supports community organizations and development. Founded by the Ford Foundation.
Helps children, families, and individuals in need help themselves through integrated social, educational, and human service programs. Features include special events calendar, holiday programs, donations, and volunteering information.
A venue for nonpartisan forums and debates on public issues that pertain to Chicago metropolitan residents. Features membership information, history, FAQs, events calendar, news, and newsletters.
Collaborative project designed to raise awareness of the various global connections that exist locally, improve communication and cooperation among internationally-minded groups, enhance the city's global profile, and help Chicagoans respond effectively to the challenges of globalization.
A United Way agency that aims to build a successful multi-ethnic, mixed-economic community on the city's northeast side including Uptown, Edgewater, Rogers Park and Ravenswood.
A global network of community volunteers. Lists meeting times, dates and scheduled speakers.
Pilsen neighborhood organization that works on education, organizing and community development.
Helps improve communication skills through public speaking. Provides information about the club, meeting schedule, and membership.
A nonpartisan membership club in the governmental, political, economic and social arenas - focusing leadership and resources on important issues. Includes details of its downtown 24-story clubhouse, facilities, and benefits.
Sponsors activities to improve public understanding of the United Nations and to encourage United States leadership and commitment to the UN. Features downtown resource center, local events calendar, and membership details.
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