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Meeting the Moment: 3 Nonprofit Leaders Reflect on Serving More, Serving More Effectively, and Serving More Equitably
Photo Tour: $15 Million Adaptive Reuse of Historic Church Campus Enables Chicago Charter School’s Expansion
IFF’s 2021 Annual Report | Meeting the Moment: Change, Equity, Impact
Nonprofit BUILD Moves Quickly to Disrupt the Status Quo with a Bold Investment in Community Infrastructure on Chicago’s West Side
Built from Within: PODER Begins Construction of Chicago’s First Immigrant Integration and Job Center
Building a Dream Incubator: 5 Questions for baso Founder and President Claudette Soto
Photo Tour: North Lawndale Employment Network’s First Permanent Campus
“If you want better, you have to change your narrative”: A Q&A with Dr. Nicole Howell-Scott, Founder and CEO of the American Association of Single Parents
The Night Ministry’s “The Crib” Designed with Both Its Clients and Community in Mind
Transforming the Emergency Food System with an Eye on Equity: A Q&A with Greater Chicago Food Depository’s Nicole Robinson
Equitable Community Development in Action: The Redevelopment of North Chicago’s Neal Math and Science Academy
Q&A with BDO FMA Managing Director Dana Britto: Building Financial Capacity Post-Pandemic
Red Clay Dance Company Brings “Artivism” to Chicago’s Woodlawn Community
Nonprofits & Real Estate: When to “build capacity” and when to just help
“Not Here, Not Yet” – When Is the Right Time and Place for Nonprofit Facility Projects?
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Long-term Relationships and Trust Underpin COVID-19 Vaccination Success in Homan Square
Covenant House Illinois Doubles Down on Ending Youth Homelessness with More Beds and Services in East Garfield Park
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Nonprofits are eligible for these two new federal programs from the SBA
COVID-19 Resources for Nonprofits
10 pieces of advice to help your organization prosper in 2020
Profile: Rick Velasquez shares lessons learned from over four decades of work with Illinois’ children and families
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Intro: Two community investors, two Midwest cities, two approaches to reaching more leaders of color with the financing tools they want
IFF clients give advice on how to spread awareness during Domestic Violence Awareness Month
Lincoln Park Community Services triples its capacity to serve Chicagoans experiencing homelessness
Chicago’s North Lawndale Employment Network to transform former bank building into community hub