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Our Grant Making Strategy

For more than 100 years, The Chicago Community Trust has convened, supported, funded, and accelerated the work of community members and changemakers committed to strengthening the Chicago region. From building up our civic infrastructure to spearheading our response to the Great Recession, the Trust has brought our community together to face pressing challenges and seize our greatest opportunities. Today, that means confronting the racial and ethnic wealth gap.

Explore Our Discretionary Grant Making

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    Working Family Solidarity

    Awarded: Awarded Amount: $10,000

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    ALLIANCE 98

    Awarded: Awarded Amount: $10,000

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    STAR FARM CHICAGO

    Awarded: Awarded Amount: $7,500

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    The ACE Project

    Awarded: Awarded Amount: $5,000

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    connection cafe

    Awarded: Awarded Amount: $5,000

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    1st Holy Zion Missionary Baptist Church

    Awarded: Awarded Amount: $5,000

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    RESIDENT ASSOCIATION OF GREATER ENGLEWOOD

    Awarded: Awarded Amount: $210,000

    Resident Association of Greater Englewood (R.A.G.E.) was founded in November 2010 and our overarching mission is to empower residents to strategize and devise concrete solutions for the betterment of Englewood while actively serving as a credible information resource for the community at-large. We are committed to advancing solutions and implementing interventions that are innovative, responsive, practical and cutting edge and with this grant we will be able to utilize trained community organizers to reach more residents and deliver robust resident leader training opportunities. Based on the feedback of our 400+ members, our vision is to continue to build power, residents leaders while continuing to make positive change in our neighborhood. With the launch of our Re-Up (RAGE Economic Upliftment Program), there is a renewed excitement from residents, our members, community partners and black owned business owners. We are launching several campaigns in 2022 to amplify our work, support our Black Owned businesses while implementing a membership drive to recruit 100 new members over the next year.

  • Grant Recipient

    BDM Sports & Education Project

    Awarded: Awarded Amount: $2,500