The Art Xellence Pilot Summer Program, the Dream Investment Project, and Lunch N Learn are among 71 projects across Chicago to receive a total of $135,500 grants from The Chicago Community Trust.
By Xueer Zhang |
The May 16th On The Table discussion, one of thousands organized by The Chicago Community Trust, was held at Columbus Park Refectory.
Participants will discuss multiracial coalitions and racial integration at the free dinner May 16th at the Columbus Park Refectory.
More than 40 West Siders gathered May 10th to discuss crime, jobs, litter and recreation as part of The Chicago Community Trust’s third annual event.
Students from Christ the King Jesuit College Prep hosted one of The Chicago Community Trust’s On the Table dinners last week.
St. Catherine of Siena-St. Lucy in Oak Park will put on the event as part of The Chicago Community Trust’s On The Table project.
That’s one reason many homicide cases in Chicago remain unsolved, but some also blame mistrust residents have of police.
Thirty-one projects will get grants of $2,000 or $10,000 from The Chicago Community Trust.