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Zion City M. B. ChurchZion City M. B. Church, Chicago, IL, is a non-profit, faith based organization. It has been located in the Englewood community at 950 West 69th Street for the past 48 years (opened September 24, 1963).
YWCA Metropolitan ChicagoYWCA Metropolitan Chicago provides services that help women empower both themselves and their communities. Through our four program areas–Economic Empowerment, Sexual Violence and Support, Early Childhood and Racial Justice–the YWCA serves more than 138,000 women and families every year.
Youth Outreach ServicesMission Statement: Youth Outreach Services promotes the strengths and abilities of youth and families by providing community-based services that empower and enrich each to face life’s challenges with confidence, competence and dignity.
Youth GuidanceAt Youth Guidance, we see a bright future for every at-risk, inner-city elementary and high school student in Chicagoland, and beyond. From our vantage point in the schools, we see and facilitate an environment that supports and engages them in the learning process.
Young Men's Educational Network (YMEN)The Young Men's Educational Network (YMEN) invests in 6th-12th grade students in the North Lawndale community on Chicago's West Side. We are an after-school, family centered organization that seeks to match a volunteers interest and passion with students who are eager to learn these skills. Join us!
Young Chicago AuthorsYoung Chicago Authors transforms the lives of young people by cultivating their voices through writing, publication, and performance education.
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.
YMCA of Metropolitan Chicagoyouth development healthy living social responsibility
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.
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.