12/23/2014
The following lists the applicants the State intends to fund, grouped by service classifications:

Out-of-School Time Programming:

  • A Knock at Midnight, $100,000
  • Black United Fund of Illinois, $615,352
  • Build, Inc., $150,000
  • Catholic Charities, $56,616
  • Chicago Commons Association, $78,741
  • Children's Home + Aid, $200,000
  • Community Human Services, Inc., $177,674
  • Gary Comer Youth Center, $78,442
  • Healthcare Alternative Systems, $142,500
  • Homework Hangout Club Inc., $256,523
  • Latino Organization of the Southwest, $316,729
  • Marillac Social Center, $83,131
  • Puerto Rican Cultural Center, $140,445
  • Sinai Community Institute, $160,965
  • St. Sabina - The Ark, $200,000
  • The Miracle Center, $41,894
  • UCAN, $123,344
  • Universidad Popular, $73,861
  • Youth Service Project, $139,875

Youth Employment:

  • Albany Park Neighborhood Council, $276,740
  • Corazon Community Services, $260,999
  • Fellowship Connection, Inc., $943,217
  • Gads Hill Center, $221,292
  • Latino Organization of the Southwest, $391,345
  • Lawndale Christian Legal Center, $68,000
  • Proviso-Leyden Council for Community Action, $896,713
  • SGA Youth & Family Services, $353,513
  • St. Sabina - Employment Resource Center, $496,465
  • Teamwork Englewood, $71,807
  • Westside Health Authority, $185,000
  • Youth Service Project, $244,008

Demonstration Projects:

  • AIDS Foundation of Chicago, $50,000
  • Southland Health Care Forum, $250,000
  • The Answer, Inc. / Autism Awareness & Support Agency, $30,000
  • The Beloved Community, $239,451