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Community Organizations in Chicago, IL
1.Senior Options Consulting
3712 N Broadway St
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2.University of Chicago Civic Engagement
5801 S Ellis Ave
As an anchor institution on the mid-South Side and a center for education, research, and innovation, we partner within our city and surrounding communities to share talent, information, and resources to have a positive impact on our city\u2019s well-being. As a global research university in a major city, we have an opportunity and an obligation to help make sense of today\u2019s urban challenges and contribute to solutions that can have local benefits and global impact. We partner with institutions and agencies around the world to discover solutions. The Office of Civic Engagement works with UChicago faculty, students, and staff to support a wide range of civic projects and partnerships, and provides a \u201Cfront door\u201D to the University for external organizations.
3.Jewish Federation Of Metro Chicago
30 S Wells St
The Jewish United Fund/ Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Chicago is a non-profit social welfare institution addressing the needs of Chicago?s Jewish community. We provide critical resources that bring food, refuge, health care, education and emergency assistance to 300,000 Chicagoans of all faiths and two million Jews around the world. Through our traditions, we can improve the welfare of those less fortunate with fundraising, volunteerism and support services. We are comprised of nearly 70 agencies and programs that care for people at every stage of life, regardless of the ability to pay. We give a voice to the vulnerable members ? immigrants, the elderly and poor, disabled and children. Help us continue our tradition of humanitarian services. Please visit our website for more information about our programs. Call the Jewish United Fund today.
4.Chicago Association For Citizens
8 S Michigan Ave
Provide jobs for people with disabilities, 1500 individuals with developmental disabilities & other special needs participate in CARC programs. CARC offers housing solutions, supportive staff community activities & social interactions/opportunities to those with mental disabilities. Also offers a dog walking service which creates jobs for people with disabilities. Early Intervention Centers bustle with the happy sounds of infants.
5.Coalition For United Community
2925 S Wabash Ave Ste 102
Based in Chicago, Ill.,The Coalition for United Community Action-ORT Inc., is a social service & welfare organizations. Since 1970, it works with community organizations, labor unions, contractors, and government agencies to develop construction training programs for unemployed and underemployed minorities and females. The community is working to create jobs and other economic opportunities for Americans by offering training activities such as Apprenticeship Preparedness Training Program and Project Upgrade. Its services include compliance monitoring and reporting of hiring and contracting activities, community outreach, recruitment of minority and female construction workers, develop and upgrade professional skills, career counseling and referral and training.
6.South East Chicago Commission
1511 E 53rd St
7.Parkway Community House-Hull House Assn
500 E 67th St
8.Professional Womens Club
216 W Jackson Blvd Ste 625
1817 N Honore St
11.Uptown Chicago Commission
937 W Lakeside Pl
I AM AL ITTLE CONCERNED ABOUT YOUR ORGANIZATION IN 2004 you gave james gouskos developer of year award who owned kinetic playground I AM CONCERNED YOU DID NOT CHECK HIM OUT THAT HE WASA CONVICTED FELON---- 7 priors his latest the states attorney cook county charged him with finanical fraud and was found guilty got 18 years i can understand years ago not knowing what he did in 2009-2010 2011 but before 2004 he was a convicted felon 7 years could not even own a liquor liscence at kenetic playground he took me for a 2 million a older man 175.,000 and 30 pple for 400,000 and still counting he was in cook county jail for 3 months and transfereed to statesville and now in lawrence correction center in sumner ill ---do you not check pple out ? he is epitome of pure evil and a classic sociopath and a psychopath----lost everything ---all bank mortgage companies loaned him over 4 million ++ employees friends investors -he left them high and dry --- left his wife high and dry left him --he even scammed his wife -- has no conscience feel free to contact me susan harris 773-857-1233 --or email me email@example.com --he fooled everyone and an embarrassment to uptown so many pple lost and he gambled it all away ---- so sad for everyone please check pples background before u honor them the person who held liquor liscence werner R picked up and left and now residing in vegas-lived his whole life in chicago he ruined so many pples lives werner R -was so scared flew the coop to vegas susan harris he caused so much disaster to so many
12.Cornerstone Community Outreach
I had the pleasure, along with 9 other women from my church, too volunteer ouur services at this center on Saturday, October 3, 2010. The atmosphere in the center was encouraging and uplifting. The staff were hard workers who made us feel welcome and their smiles made our day. We left with a feeling of accomplishment and fulfillment and begin making plans of when and where to provide this service again to some other center or the same one. It was a WONDERFUL experience!!!!!
1243 E 50th St
501 N Central Ave Ste 1
Does anyone work here? I have been calling all morning and the phone just rings and rings and then it switches to a dial tone. What gives? All I want to know is, "does this ymca have a pool
15.University Club of Chicago
76 E Monroe St
For the money and the elegance of the hotel. The staff is not trained well and has terrible customer service. Don't expect to be treated well.
320 S Plymouth Ct
Enjoy the charm and magnificence of Chicago from the comfort of The Standard Club. Established in 1869, the Club’s current location, near the financial and cultural districts of downtown Chicago, is in close proximity to many area attractions. The historic clubhouse features sixty overnight guest rooms and suites, athletic facilities complete with indoor lap pool and whirlpool, as well as various elegant dining options. Luxurious accommodations offer our guests the comforts of a small, private hotel with the vast array of amenities today’ business and leisure travelers expect. Renowned for its food and service, The Standard Club features an exquisite dining room in addition to our Grand Ballroom and various multi-purpose private banquet facilities. Our Business Center provides guests with access to a fully-equipped business office during their stay. All of these amenities and services are available to our guests.
17.The Chicago Club
81 E Van Buren St
Chartered in 1869, The Chicago Club is a non-profit organization, offering a range of amenities and facilities to its members and their sponsored guests. Located in Chicago, Ill., it provides private meeting rooms with capabilities to accommodate small groups as well as larger meetings, receptions and social events. The club features 34 overnight guest rooms including two lake view suites. All guest rooms include amenities, such as Wi-Fi, cable/satellite television, hair dryer, coffee maker and iron and ironing board, to name a few.
333 S Wabash Ave
Kids Hope United is a private, nonprofit human service organization that offers services to children and families. The organization serves more than 15,000 children and families throughout United States. It provides a range of prevention, intervention and community-based services under various categories, such as child development, counseling, family preservation, youth and placement. Kids Hope United is supported by several corporate organizations, including Wal-Mart, State Bank of The Lakes, Allstate, Cotter Consulting, CDW Computer Centers, Drinker Biddle Gardner Carton, KeyLime Cove and McGladrey & Pullen. Kids Hope United s youth programs and services include unified delinquency intervention, youth diversion, curfew and truancy, and multisystemic and functional family therapies. Kids Hope United, through its strategic partnership with the Child Welfare Institute, advises public and private agencies in more than 40 states. The organization has its corporate headquarters in Chicago.
19.Mc Dermott Ctr
932 W Washington Blvd
McDermott Center, doing business as Haymarket Center, is one of the largest nonprofit, adult detoxification and residential and outpatient substance abuse treatment facility in Chicago. Founded in 1975, the organization provides community-based social health programs for the community. Haymarket Center specializes in serving the homeless and indigent communities. It has developed more than 30 specialized programs in clinical treatment and serves over 18,000 clients per year. The organization offers a program for adolescents, which includes individual and group counseling and clinical alcohol and drug evaluation. Haymarket Center also operates the Rehabilitative Confinement Program (RCP) and the Work Release Alternative Program (WRAP).
560 W Lake St
The Academy of General Dentistry ( AGD ) is the only organization exclusively dedicated to serving the needs and interests of the general dentist. Founded in 1952, the AGD has grown to become the world's second largest dental association.
21.After School Matters
66 E Randolph St
After School Matters® is a non-profit organization that provides life-changing after-school and summer program opportunities to more than 15,000 Chicago high school teens each year.
22.Chicago Community Trust
225 N Michigan Ave Ste 2200
The Chicago Community Trust is a nonprofit grant making and giving service formed to help make the Chicago metropolitan area a great place to live, work and raise a family. The trust, which dates back to 1915, focuses its giving efforts in several core areas, which includes arts and culture, basic human needs, community development, education and health. Recent grant dollars have been used to provide low-income children with after-school activities, health services to people with AIDS, funding for a senior center in the north suburbs and support for an innovative new Chicago dance company. Area residents who want to give back come to the trust for assistance to identify and sharpen their philanthropic priorities and giving options. The trust s geographic focus includes Chicago, suburban Cook County and the Illinois counties of DuPage, Kane, Lake, McHenry and Will.
23.Kids In Danger
116 W Illinois St Ste 4e
Kids In Danger ( KID ) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to protecting children by improving children's product safety. KID was founded in 1998 by the parents of sixteen-month-old Danny Keysar who died in his Chicago childcare home when a portable crib collapsed around his neck. Although the portable crib had been recalled five years earlier, word of its danger had not reached Danny s parents, caregiver, or a state inspector who visited the home just eight days before Danny s death. To date, 16 children have died in cribs of similar faulty design. And portable cribs are just one of the myriad children's products that may prove to be dangerous.
24.Counselors Of Real Estate
430 N Michigan Ave Fl 6
The Counselors of Real Estate is the membership organization established exclusively for real estate advisors who provide intelligent, unbiased, and trusted advice for a client or employer. Founded in 1953, the organization serves 1, 100 members worldwide, all who hold the "CRE" credential. CREs are linked to one another by their commitment to integrity, competence, community, trust, and service ; and they adhere to a strict Code of Ethics and Standards of Professional Practice. The purpose of the organization is to serve as an information resource and to provide its members with opportunities for professional development, knowledge sharing, and networking, all grounded in a culture of camaraderie. Membership in the organization is awarded by invitation only through peer, employer and client review. To be considered for membership, applicants demonstrate that: The Counselors of Real Estate owns numerous trademark registrations, including registrations of the CRE credential. These registrations cover both the exclusive right of our members to use the CRE credential to indicate membership in the association as well as the provision of networking, consultation, provision of business and financial information and educational services and publications, all relating to real estate.
25.Journal Of Property Management
430 N Michigan Ave
The Journal of Property Management is a periodical that is published twice a month and features information on real estate management industries. It also publishes opinion articles and the analysis of various market trends that affect property types. The Journal of Property Management has information on topics related to a variety of fields, such as water conservation, energy cost reduction, expense minimization and new software solutions for recovery calculations. It features solutions for deck shielding, lawn maintenance, revolving doors and emergency response planning. The journal has various regular columns and reaches to more than 18,000 individuals. With an office in Chicago, the Journal of Property Management is published by the Institute of Real Estate Management, which is an international organization that serves the real estate management needs of the multi-family and commercial real estate sectors.
26.Illinois Club-Catholic Women
25 E Pearson St
Illinois Club for Catholic Women is a 501 ( c ) ( 3 ) not-for-profit corporation that supplies compassionate service and relief to the poor, the distressed and the underprivileged in the Chicago Metropolitan area, and to inspire women of all ages to sustain its long tradition of charitable social service. Its mission is accomplished primarily through the annual Presentation Ball, the forum at which over 1, 000 young ladies have been welcomed by family, friends and the Catholic community into a world of civic responsibility and awareness. The Corporation is organized and shall be operated exclusively for charitable purposes, including, for such purposes, the making of distributions to organizations that qualify as exempt organizations under section 501 ( c ) ( 3 ) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 ( the Code ), or the corresponding section of any future federal tax code.
27.Catholic Bishop of Chicago
835 N Rush St
Lakewood Ranch Golf and Country Club is a private recreational facility that features a 54-hole golf course that features a practice range and putting greens. The facility is owned and operated by Lakewood Ranch Golf Company. Lakewood Ranch Golf and Country Club has a clubhouse that spreads over an area of more than 45,000 square feet. The club maintains several banquet rooms that are available on a rental basis for organizing various formal and informal events, such as weddings, ceremonies and meetings. Lakewood Ranch Golf and Country Club has a pool and athletic center, as well as offers dining options for lunch and dinner.
28.Fabsound Fights Autism
2113 W Walton St
29.Reeling & Healing Midwest
1400 N State Pkwy
Reeling & Healing Midwest is a nonprofit, charitable organization that offers a range of fly-fishing retreat options for women and men with cancer. It offers various support services and volunteer opportunities. The organization also provides equipment and lodging and meal options. Reeling & Healing Midwest offers custom programs for cancer treatment and rehabilitation centers, hospitals and support organizations. In addition, it provides the Reel Recovery program. The organization accepts donations of equipment and retreat supplies. Reeling & Healing Midwest also offers reunion retreat programs. It promotes mental, physical and emotional healing for individuals. The organization provides online information on request.
6401 N Artesian Ave
Located in Chicago, ZAM's Hope Community Resource Center is a nonprofit organization that works to empower low-income individuals, immigrants and their families. Established in 2000, it offers a range of after-school, housing assistance, and tutoring and mentoring programs. The organization provides crisis intervention, employment referral, food assistance, and senior citizen and resume preparation, services. It also conducts classes in computer applications, as well as organizes various cultural preservation activities. The organization offers citizenship and immigration support services to Indian, Mexican, Nepalese, Former Yugoslavian, Somalian and Afghani families. ZAM's Hope Community Resource Center organizes several events, including housing and health fairs.
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