THE BLACK UNITED FUND OF ILLINOIS INC.

Description

Uses history of the Pullman Porters to provide cultural education and inspiration to 20,000 people annually encouraging interest in Black labor and civil rights history.

Phone
(773) 850-8580
SECA Code
950-0032
Description

Information referrals educational and leadership training for women of African descent.

Phone
(773) 906-4073
SECA Code
950-0030
Description

Committed to providing educational opportunities for students from all walks of life. Youth undergraduate, graduate, and community, we are here to provide financial support.

Phone
(773) 947-0026
SECA Code
950-0350
Description

We seek to educate students to achieve academic excellence and cultural stability through learning experiences that have a historical, cultural and community context

Phone
(773) 651-2425
SECA Code
950-0033
Description

We utilize theater and educational outreach programs to bring races togetherin a community that embraces similarities, fosters dialog, and improves understanding and acceptance.

Phone
(773) 769-4451
SECA Code
950-0040
Description

Since 1996, improving the prosperity of Black and Brown communitites by offering numerous programs designed to close health, wealth, and racial academic achievement gaps.

Phone
(773) 978-0868
SECA Code
950-0055
Description

BUFI advocates volunteerism, mutual aid and selp-help which is viewed as one way to help break the chronic cycle of economic dependency and social powerlessness the have characterized African American communities.

Phone
(773) 324-0494
SECA Code
950-0010
Description

A level 1 urban agriculture/sustainability high school in North Lawndale, has served high risk and dropout youth for more than 40 years.

Phone
(773) 762-2272
SECA Code
950-0110
Description

Congo Square is an ensemble dedicated to producing transformative work of the African Diaspora, amplifying and creating stories that reflect the complexities of Black Culture.

Phone
(773) 296-1108
SECA Code
950-0346
Description

History and culture of Africans and Americans of African descent.

Phone
(773) 947-0600
SECA Code
950-0125
Description

To train and employ youth in the dramatic and technical arts for theatre, visual arts, and produce professional theatre for our communities.

Phone
(773) 752-3955
SECA Code
950-0130
Description

A mission that provides food clothing education for Life Workshop children books and toys.

Phone
(217) 522-2527
SECA Code
950-0135
Description

Uses performing arts to equip girls 8-16 with communication leadership and life skills.

Phone
(773) 374-5009
SECA Code
950-0137
Description

Grants wishes to needy disabled and abused children.

Phone
(312) 222-0525
SECA Code
950-0140
Description

Our organization provides the necessary support systems to strengthen the well-being of black families by utilizing our family sysytems, trauma informed care approach to counseling.

Phone
(773) 826-2929
SECA Code
950-0150
Description

To provide educational services for children, parents, teachers and members of the community including pre-school, after-school evenings and weekend programs.

Phone
773-651-9599
SECA Code
950-0173
Description

Provides recreational social and educational programs for youth.

Phone
(773) 928-5418
SECA Code
950-0177
Description

Celebrating 50 years of service, KOCO uses community organizing and social service delivery to address the structural inequities facing low-income and working families.

Phone
(773) 548-7500
SECA Code
950-0180
Description

A comprehensive community-based social services and community mental health center empowering children, adolescents, adults and families with stabilization options through advocacy, treatment and intervention.

Phone
(708) 331-4880
SECA Code
950-0190
Description

Is a non-profit organization providing daytime shelter, food, clothing & supportive services, permanent supportive housing to needy men, women, and children who are homeless.

Phone
(773) 653-6328
SECA Code
950-0200
Description

Serves the community with authentic African based education and entertainment through interactive performances, programs, and residencies K-12.

Phone
(773) 241-6080
SECA Code
950-0220
Description

Provides direct assistance to women and children in education scholarship and healthcare.

Phone
(773) 667-7061
SECA Code
950-0240
Description

Focused on community health achievement of men and families helping males succeed in life and contributing to the communtiy we also sponsor Real Men Cook.

Phone
(773) 425-4113
SECA Code
950-0265
Description

A village that’s challenged to leave No Family Behind, providing supportive services that reduce the number of families involved in child welfare/juvenile justice systems.

Phone
(773) 826-9520
SECA Code
950-0300
Description

Uses performing arts to engage youth throughout their critical teenage years, mitigate dangers of gangs & drugs, and guide them to be responsible adults.

Phone
(773) 651-0220
SECA Code
950-0330
Description

Help uplift enpower and reviatlize the southeast side of Chicago through programs and initiatives for youth and adults to connect family community and economic development.

Phone
(773) 647-2635
SECA Code
950-0332
Description

Preserves, conserves, and promotes the legacy and future of African American art and artists while educating the community on the value of art and culture.

Phone
(773) 373-1026
SECA Code
950-0325
Description

Provides programs for at-risk youth and families, including after-school tutoring, cultural enrichment, violence prevention, alcohol and drug prevention, HIV/AIDS education and prevention, and mentoring.

Phone
(773) 445-5445
SECA Code
950-0335
Description

Committed to providing educational opportunities for students from all walks of life. Youth undergraduate, graduate, and community, we are here to provide financial support.

Phone
(773) 488-9553
SECA Code
950-0340