Ethiopian Community Association of Chicago
Grants to Ethiopian Community Association of Chicago
2017 (Duration 8 months)
CHICAGO, ILLINOIS — A leader in the Chicago African community for over thirty years, the Ethiopian Community Association of Chicago, Inc. is a community-based nonprofit organization committed to serving the educational, cultural, psychological, and socio-economic needs of vulnerable immigrant and refugee populations, and is one of only six organizations resettling refugees in Chicago. With this award, the Ethiopian Community Association responds to changes in federal immigration and refugee policy by educating its own staff and volunteers, affected refugee and immigrant populations in Chicago, and the broader public.
The MacArthur Foundation awarded Ethiopian Community Association of Chicago $25,000 between 1978 and 2017.
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Related Grantees: Arab American Action Network, Asian Americans Advancing Justice-Chicago, Chicago Cultural Alliance, Ethiopian Community Association of Chicago, HANA Center, Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights, Inner-City Muslim Action Network, Latinos Progresando, Logan Square Neighborhood Association, Raise the Floor Alliance, Roger Baldwin Foundation of ACLU