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Women EmployedWomen Employed has one passion: to make life better for working women. We believe that all women deserve full and fair economic opportunities. That means better career options and higher pay, more opportunities for training and education, and strict enforcement of fair employment laws.
Women In Progress, Inc.We provide free supportive services to formerly incarcerated women in Chicago. We offer toiletries, new undergarments, transportation assistance, and resources.
Women's Criminal Defense Bar Association (WCDBA)Women's Criminal Defense Bar Assoc. is a not for profit organization of attorneys/law students who volunteer to local charities
Working BikesOur mission is to redistribute donated and discarded bicycles internationally and locally in order to provide opportunities for personal, social and economic empowerment to individuals and communities around the world.
Working in the Schools (WITS)Working in the Schools is a 501(c)3 organization that promotes literacy and the love of reading among Chicago's youth by providing one-on-one tutoring and mentoring.
WorldChicagoWorldChicago hosts U.S. State Department sponsored exchange programs, providing the community with opportunities to build relationships with people from around the world. We enable a better understanding of all cultures, and we promote Chicago as a vibrant center for commerce, culture, and tourism.
World Relief ChicagoStanding for the most vulnerable since 1980, WR-Chicago has assisted more than 35,000 refugee and immigrant families achieve and maintain self-sufficiency.
Year UpYear Up (YU) is a one-year education and job training program for urban young adults ages 18-24. Since our founding in Boston in 2000, YU has served over 5,000 students through our seven sites, including Boston, Providence, New York City, Washington D.C., Atlanta, San Francisco and Chicago.
YMCA of Metropolitan Chicagoyouth development healthy living social responsibility
Y-ME National Breast Cancer OrganizationAt the heart of Y-ME National Breast Cancer Organization is the Y-ME Hotline, the only place in the world where someone can call – 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year – to talk to a breast cancer survivor and be understood in 150 languages.