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PODER HQ – Donate Today!

PODER HQ – Donate Today!

Your Gift Will Open Windows of Opportunity for Immigrants at PODER HQ. The site, as part of the area Quality of Life Plan, will revitalize 55th St while providing connective tissue between two city investment corridors of Invest South/West. But the greatest economic impact, of greater societal and workforce integration, will be felt by our clients and their families for generations to come. Continue Reading

July 21, 2022 – Get Paid to Share Your Media Habits

  Helping communities and journalists tell better stories for over 30 years.   Help Strengthen the News Ecosystem   Get paid to share your media habits with Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism, Media, Integrated Marketing Communications’ Metro Media Lab. The Metro Media Lab is a new, multi-year project spearheaded by Medill and funded by… Continue Reading

June 2022 – Register For Today’s Know Your Rights

We believe it is important for people engaged with and impacted by the justice system to know their rights. That is why Safer Foundation, in partnership with the Women’s Justice Institute (WJI), is conducting a series of webinars to help people who are incarcerated and people with arrest and conviction records know their rights, know… Continue Reading

June 23, 2022 – Small Business Development Seminar

The Illinois Legislative Black Caucus Foundation, in conjunction with the Tri-County Urban League, cordially invites you to our upcoming small business development seminar. The seminar is scheduled for Thursday, June 23, 2022, from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the Tri-County Urban League headquarters (317 N. MacArthur Hwy). This event is the third in a… Continue Reading

MAYOR LIGHTFOOT AND CLERK VALENCIA SPEAK AT GET CLEARED, CHICAGO “CITYWIDE RELIEF OPTIONS RAP SHEET DAY”

MAYOR LIGHTFOOT AND CLERK VALENCIA SPEAK AT GET CLEARED, CHICAGO “CITYWIDE RELIEF OPTIONS RAP SHEET DAY”

Over 100 individuals from Chicago communities most impacted by violence and recidivism lined up to be finger-printed by the Chicago Police Department to obtain their “Rap Sheets”. The Rap Sheets will be reviewed, evaluated and submitted to Cabrini Green Legal Aid and other legal advocacy nonprofits, after participating in the “Access to Justice” “Relief Options Rap Sheet Day”. Continue Reading