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Remarks by Jonathan Fanton at the Community Renewal Society’s 35 Under 35 Leadership Awards

MacArthur President Robert Gallucci highlights the Foundation's work with CRS, a grantee, and its leader, Calvin Morris. Read More

“Migration in a Changing World,” Remarks by Jonathan Fanton

MacArthur President Jonathan Fanton describes the Foundation's efforts to better understand migration patterns and support better migration governance. Read More
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MacArthur Announces 2009 Winners of Award for Creative & Effective Nonprofits

MacArthur announced that eight organizations in five countries will receive the MacArthur Award for Creative and Effective Institutions. Read More

Chicago Shares Theatrical Productions with New York

As a great theater town, Chicago often shares its theatrical works with New York. The latest example is Goodman Theater's production of Eugene O'Neill's Desire Under the Elms, directed by Robert Falls. Read More

$1 Million Will Bolster Illinois’ Local 2010 Census Participation

Ten of Illinois’ leading foundations, including MacArthur, announced they are jointly investing $1 million to improve participation in hard-to-count, poor, minority, rural, and high-rise communities in the 2010 Census. Read More

Foreclosure Filings Continue to Grow in Chicago Region

This report from MacArthur grantee the Woodstock Institute shows that foreclosure filings in the Chicago region continue to grow. Read More

"Loud silence on Vocalo"

From Chicago Business News
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MacArthur's Jonathan Fanton Presses For More Housing-Related Grants

In this op-ed published in the Chronicle of Philanthropy, MacArthur President Jonathan Fanton urges foundations to focus on housing issues in the wake of the foreclosure crisis. Read More

Stabilizing Neighborhoods Hit by Foreclosure Crisis

Mayor Richard M. Daley outlined the city’s plans for using more than $55 million from federal and private sources to revitalize Chicago neighborhoods hardest hit by the national mortgage foreclosure crisis. Read More