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Association House of ChicagoFor more than 110 years, Association House of Chicago has worked with Chicagoans who need tools to lead better lives. We are based in the Humboldt Park community and offer programming city-wide to a multi-cultural, mostly Latino and African- American population of all ages.
AspireAspire provides services for children/adults with developmental disabilities. Whether we help a child take a first step or assist an adult to find a first job, the goal is always to help people with developmental disabilities reach a little farther/a little higher & aspire to new possibilities.
Asian American InstituteThe Asian American Institute, a member of Asian American Center for Advancing Justice, was established in 1992 as a pan-Asian, 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization.
A Safe HavenA Safe Haven empowers people experiencing homelessness/crisis to independence through individual-centered holistic, evidence based approach of supportive housing, treatment, education, job training and life skills, leading to employment, permanent housing, and sustainable self-sufficiency. est.1994
Arts & Business Council of ChicagoThe Arts & Business Council of Chicago annually supports hundreds of Chicago-area nonprofit arts and culture organizations by providing their management with quality educational, assessment and advisory services, and by partnering them with expert volunteers from the for-profit business sector.
Aquinas Literacy CenterAquinas Literary Center offers individualized English language instruction, group conversation classes, and group computer classes at no cost to students.
Apna Ghar, Inc. (Our Home)Apna Ghar (Our Home) fosters safe, stable, and positive family relations free from domestic violence. Our mission is to empower women and children from South Asian and other communities by providing comprehensive, multicultural services and shelter.
Annie's LegacyWe are a non-profit women's resource center which provides services to women surviviors of domestic violence or those who have suffered other life setbacks. Our primary program is a 9 month 1-to-1 mentor program. We also provide workshops on job readiness, self-sufficiency, empowerment, etc.
Anixter CenterAnixter is the 13th largest nonprofit organization in Chicago, that offers services such as education, employment, life skills, communication, recreation, health care, counseling, and support to people with disabilities.
America SCORES ChicagoAmerica SCORES Chicago empowers students in urban communities using soccer, creative writing, and service-learning. With teamwork, commitment and leadership as the unifying values, we inspire youth to lead healthy lifestyles, be engaged students, and become agents of change in their communities.