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253 Grassroots Groups Receive $2.5M to Build Peace in Neighborhoods Hardest Hit by Gun Violence
Mayor Johnson and Partnership for Safe and Peaceful Communities collaborate to expand the 2023 PSPC Chicago Fund CHICAGO (May 25, 2023) |
$1.3 Million in Grants Available for Grassroots Organizations in 24 Chicago Neighborhoods Experiencing Most Violence
The Partnership for Safe and Peaceful Communities’ 2023 Chicago Fund will award $1,000 to $10,000 grants to support community-led efforts that
Memorial Day will kick off a season of neighbors coming together to strengthen communities and reduce violence
$1.5 million in grants will support 201 community-led organizations in Chicago neighborhoods hardest hit by gun violence CHICAGO—Memorial Day is approaching, and
In The News
See media coverage of PSPC, its partners and Chicago Fund grantees.
Evaluation has a key role to play in racial equity work
Read about how evaluations of antiviolence programming in Chicago has an impact on guiding local grantmaking. Full Story - Philanthropy News Digest
West Side Police Districts Aim To Better Understand Areas They Patrol Through Community Training Academy
Learn how the unique Metropolitan Family Services’ program trains officers on implicit bias and the unique challenges facing residents in their
Chicago’s Gun Violence Plan Looks Good on Paper, Prevention Leaders Say. Can the City Pull It Off?
Polk Bros. Foundation’s CEO Gillian Darlow and Institute for Nonviolence Chicago’s Teny Gross provide perspectives on effort to reduce gun violence