After School Matters® Receives Grant from Chicago Bulls Community Assist Fund

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The Chicago Bulls announced this week that After School Matters® — a nonprofit organization that offers Chicago high school teens high quality, out-of-school time opportunities to explore and develop their talents, while gaining critical skills for work, college and beyond — is among the Chicagoland nonprofit organizations to receive grants for the 2015-16 season from Chicago Bulls Charities and through the Chicago Bulls Community Assist Fund, a McCormick Foundation Fund. The $50,000 grant from the Chicago Bulls Community Assist Fund to After School Matters will be used to support the organization’s after-school and summer programming for teens at sites throughout the city. The grants were awarded to organizations that support underserved Chicagoans and share the Bulls’ commitment to youth education, youth health and wellness, and violence prevention. After School Matters is now accepting applications for its Spring program session. Teens can search and apply for programs at

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