Grant Search

South Shore Planning and Preservation Coalition

Chicago, Illinois
www.southshoreworks.org

South Shore Planning and Preservation Coalition was awarded $275,000 between 1999 and 2020, including 4 grants in Chicago Commitment.

$125,000

2020 • 1 year • Chicago Commitment

The South Shore Planning and Preservation Coalition (South Shore Works) seeks to build upon the historic legacy of the South Shore community as a safe, diverse, mixed-income community with a vibrant commercial corridor, stable housing, high-quality schools, and cultural and recreational entertainment. South Shore Works accomplishes its mission through community development in partnership with nonprofits, business support organizations, and residents. With this award, South Shore Works augments its capacity to provide direct services, coordinate community planning activities, and increase the stability and cohesion of community development efforts during the COVID-19 pandemic recovery period. 

$50,000

2019 • 2 months • Chicago Commitment

The Planning Coalition (TPC) is a community-based organization dedicated to improving the quality of life in Chicago's South Shore neighborhood. TPC engages South Shore residents, businesses, and other organizations to collectively address issues of public safety, education, and economic development. Its vision is a stable, vibrant, thriving community in which residents, families, organizations, businesses, and other stakeholders feel safe and empowered to live, work, shop, recreate and attend school. With this award, TPC partners with three other South Shore organizations to convene a series of planning sessions that clearly delineates the roles and responsibilities of each partner and a results in a prioritized list of short- and long-term projects for the community to pursue.

$50,000

2018 • 7 months • Chicago Commitment

The Planning Coalition (TPC) is a community-based organization dedicated to improving the quality of life in Chicago's South Shore neighborhood. TPC engages South Shore residents, businesses, and other organizations to collectively address issues of public safety, education, and economic development. Its vision is a stable, vibrant, thriving community in which residents, families, organizations, businesses, and other stakeholders feel safe and empowered to live, work, shop, recreate and attend school. This award enables TPC to partner with three other South Shore organizations to host a series of meetings and workshops for a broad range of community residents and other stakeholders. These convenings inform the development of a neighborhood revitalization plan that will guide TPC and other local organizations as they move forward in their work.

$50,000

1999 • 1 year

To help former public housing residents make the transition into new residential communities.

www.southshoreworks.org
Stay Informed
Sign up for periodic news updates and event invitations.

Connect with us on social media or view all of our social media content in one place.

The privacy of your data is important to us. We've updated our privacy policies in response to General Data Protection Regulation.