PSPC is a unique of more than 50 foundations and funders, working together to battle the public health challenge that is gun violence.
With support from PSPC, community groups in Chicago’s neighborhoods most affected by gun violence have room to stem its traumatic effects.
Chicago’s community groups on the South and West Sides are working together to make an impact every day.
Read about how evaluations of antiviolence programming in Chicago has an impact on guiding local grantmaking.
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Learn how the unique Metropolitan Family Services’ program trains officers on implicit bias and the unique challenges facing residents in their
Polk Bros. Foundation’s CEO Gillian Darlow and Institute for Nonviolence Chicago’s Teny Gross provide perspectives on effort to reduce fun violence