We’re confident we can reach our gun violence reduction goals in large part because of our continued work with talented partners and community leaders throughout Chicago. Discover the incredible work they do in their respective neighborhoods here.
Through its partnership with Chicago CRED, more than 100 men have written and published memoirs—developing self-reflection, critical thinking, camaraderie, and positive self-projection to author new life narratives.
Access Freedom offers programs in high crime and impoverished communities that positions our targeted population to gain access to true freedom according to their internal dreams as well as resources that can assist them into reaching their dreams.
BMU, Creates an alliance of men of African descent to mobilize our resources and empower our communities through Economics, Safety, and Spirituality which will restore pride back to the black family, while practicing being anti-nobody, building bridges and not walls.
Founded in 1971, Centers for New Horizons, Inc. (Centers) is a nonprofit organization that assists children, youth, and families in becoming self-reliant, improving the quality of their lives, and participating in rebuilding their community.
Claretian Associates carries on a rich tradition of responding to the needs of the South Side and its surrounding communities by providing affordable housing and vital services that benefits the residents of their communities.
The core of The Amer-I-Can Program is its 15-chapter life skills curriculum. Mastery of these skills allows individuals to meet their academic potential, conform their behavior to acceptable societal standards, and improve the quality of their lives by equipping them with what they need to confidently and successfully contribute to society.
Our Job Training Partners Make A Difference, Too
Our partners in job training help Chicago’s youth with job development and workforce skills that can change their lives for good.
Chicago is hungry for energetic skilled labor. With the right training, these young men and women can be the workforce of the future.