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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.

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    Metropolitan Planning Council

    Awarded: Awarded Amount: $5,000

    The Metropolitan Planning Council (MPC) respectfully requests a sponsorship of $10,000 in support of our 90th Anniversary Year celebration, which marks a significant milestone in MPC’s legacy of driving impactful change within the built environment of the

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    Little Tokyo Service Center

    Awarded: Awarded Amount: $130,000

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    Star Farm Chicago

    Awarded: Awarded Amount: $5,000

    Our September Soiree is an opportunity to fundraise and celebrate the highlights of Star Farm’s growing season and programming by hosting an awards ceremony for all of our program participants and provide special thank you to all of our sponsors.

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    Bricks of Hope USA NFP

    Awarded: Awarded Amount: $5,000

    Bricks of Hope is requesting $5,000 in support of our mission to create play and inspire imagination in sick kids during their hospital stays with the simple gift of LEGO®. This funding amount would help provide the resources to acquire and deliver new LEGO® sets to more than 225 sick kids that are being treated in Chicago - providing them with the tools to build hope during their treatments and recovery.

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    Butterflies N Effect

    Awarded: Awarded Amount: $1,275

    This is hybrid workshop for parents

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    Bandwith Music Ltd

    Awarded: Awarded Amount: $100,000

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    Boys & Girls Clubs of Chicago, Inc.

    Awarded: Awarded Amount: $10,000

    BGCC's 75th Annual Summer Ball, the Diamond Ball, will be at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago and honors the generations of Woman's Board members who have made an impact on the youth of Chicago.

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    The Chicago Tool Library

    Awarded: Awarded Amount: $5,000

    The Chicago Tool Library is requesting $5,000 to support our mission of providing equitable access to tools, equipment, and information to allow all Chicagoans to learn, share, and create. In pursuit of this mission, we provide programs for: individual Chicagoans to borrow tools via sliding-scale memberships; community groups to borrow tools via low-cost memberships; free seed distribution to the community; and Repair Fairs which are community events where community members can have their broken and beloved items repaired for free. This funding will support our amazing staff who run these programs and ensure our programs are sustainable and that the Chicago Tool Library is a stable and desirable workplace.