Bulletin 48/24 – Cook County Chief Judge Evans Announces “Neighborhood Sealing and Expungement Court” Forum
Get Cleared, Chicago, the campaign of the Monroe Foundation to break the generational cycle of recidivism, released its preliminary “impact” report during a forum on December 10th, called “System Change”!…..Collaboration-Advocacy-Policy.
The Monroe Foundation convening partners of the P.A.C.T. Project (Partnership Assisting Community Transformation), held an interactive and engaging dialogue with James Gilliam
On Saturday, September 15th, US Bank joined the pre-purchase home-buyer orientation workshop with a partnership with mayor Katrina Thompson and the village
On Saturday, September 15th, US Bank joined the STable Project of the Monroe Foundation to hold a ‘First-Time Pre-Purchase Home-Buyer Orientation Workshop’ with non-profit partner, the West Cook Homeownership Center
Get Cleared, Chicago Launches “Rap Sheet” Day Project Seeks to Break Recidivism that Contributes to Violence in Chicago Click Here for the PDF Version
Over 30 “Narrative Voices” of Black and Brown activism recently convened at Marquette Bank on 63rd & Western, and reported on the outcomes of partnerships and collaborations formed as a result of the December 1, 2017 “Narratives of Color” forum…
On the Table “Coffee Talks” Click here to download the bulletin
Over a dozen community activists participated in an April 7th Question and Answer and technical assistance session with Anna Lee of the Chicago Community Trust and Jessica Dudley of the Joyce Foundation, to learn about applying for grants up to $10,000 from the Chicago Fund for Safe and Peaceful Communities.
Cook County Commissioner Richard Boykin, 1st District, collaborates with the Stable Project of the Monroe Foundation to urge JP Morgan Chase to invest in community stabilizing projects in 1st District and Chicago.