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City Partners with Airbnb to Help Victims Fleeing Violence

City Partners with Airbnb to Help Victims Fleeing Violence

The City of Chicago announced a new partnership with Airbnb to support residents fleeing violence during the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic. Airbnb has worked through its hotel partners to… Read more »

AFC’s New Logo, Brand Identity Center Race Equity and Bold Design

AFC’s New Logo, Brand Identity Center Race Equity and Bold Design

After a year of research and development, AIDS Foundation Chicago (AFC) is proud to launch its new brand and identity. In early 2019, AFC engaged People Who Care, a Chicago-based… Read more »

CPS Increases School Budget, Resources to Advance Equity Throughout District

CPS Increases School Budget, Resources to Advance Equity Throughout District

Following an extensive community engagement effort launched earlier this school year to identify potential opportunities to strengthen school budgeting, Chicago Public Schools (CPS) today released school budgets for the 2020-2021… Read more »

Registration for Summer and Fall Credit Classes at City Colleges of Chicago Underway, Summer Classes to be Offered Remotely

Registration for Summer and Fall Credit Classes at City Colleges of Chicago Underway, Summer Classes to be Offered Remotely

Registration for Summer and Fall credit class terms is underway and City Colleges is eager to support students as they continue to pursue their academic goals. This summer, credit classes will… Read more »

After School Matters Distributing Meals to Thousands of Chicago Teens

After School Matters Distributing Meals to Thousands of Chicago Teens

After School Matters, Chicago’s largest provider of after school and summer programs for high school teens, has teamed up with Gate Gourmet to distribute up to 7,000 free box meals… Read more »

YMCA of Metro Chicago Launches Emergency Child Care for Essential Workers in Pilsen, Little Village, and Brighton Park

YMCA of Metro Chicago Launches Emergency Child Care for Essential Workers in Pilsen, Little Village, and Brighton Park

The YMCA of Metropolitan Chicago announced a collaboration with Instituto del Progreso Latino and members of the Y’s Board of Managers to provide emergency child care services at no cost… Read more »

Norwegian American Hospital Launches New COVID-19 Screening, Testing

Norwegian American Hospital Launches New COVID-19 Screening, Testing

Responding to the disproportionate number of COVID-19 infections and related deaths in underserved communities with high minority populations, the Governor’s office, Norwegian American Hospital (Norwegian), Rincon Family Services (Rincon) and… Read more »

Chicken Soup for the Human Soul While Taking a Beating from COVID-19

Chicken Soup for the Human Soul While Taking a Beating from COVID-19

Tips to Support the Healthcare Workers in the Thick of a Pandemic Our healthcare providers are on the front lines of a war against something we cannot see with the… Read more »

City Launches ‘Stay Home. Hit Play’

City Launches ‘Stay Home. Hit Play’

The City and Citadel announced the launch of Stay Home. Hit Play., a weekly video series that will bring engaging, educational programming from Chicago institutions to students and families across the city…. Read more »

Suspect in Village of Justice Robbery Shot in Bridgeview by Civilian

Suspect in Village of Justice Robbery Shot in Bridgeview by Civilian

A male accused of trying to rob a local business in the Village of Justice for the second time in five days was shot by a civilian with a conceal-carry… Read more »