Grantee Profile

Chicago Area Project

Grants to Chicago Area Project

  • $25,000Active Strategy

    2010 (Inactive Grant)

    Juvenile Justice

    CHICAGO, ILLINOIS — To support work in community-based alternative services and sanctions as part of Illinois Models for Change.

  • $225,000Active Strategy

    2008 (Inactive Grant)

    Juvenile Justice

    CHICAGO, ILLINOIS — To develop and implement community-based alternative services and sanctions (over two years).

  • $250,000Active Strategy

    2006 (Inactive Grant)

    Juvenile Justice

    CHICAGO, ILLINOIS — In support of community-based alternative sanctions for youth in contact with the juvenile justice system (over two years).

  • $250,000Active Strategy

    2004 (Inactive Grant)

    Juvenile Justice

    CHICAGO, ILLINOIS — In support of community-based alternative sanctions for youth in contact with the juvenile justice system (over two years).

  • $300,000

    2000 (Inactive Grant)

    Justice

    CHICAGO, ILLINOIS — To support juvenile delinquency intervention services for the Cook County Probation Juvenile Female Offender Unit (over two years).

  • $50,000

    1998 (Inactive Grant)

    Youth

    CHICAGO, ILLINOIS — To support Youth as Resources/Chicago.

  • $90,000

    1995 (Inactive Grant)

    CHICAGO, ILLINOIS — To support the Youth Leadership Development Program.

  • $30,000

    1995 (Inactive Grant)

    CHICAGO, ILLINOIS — To support the Youth as Resources Project.

  • $30,000

    1993 (Inactive Grant)

    CHICAGO, ILLINOIS — To support the Youth as Resources Project, in collaboration with the National Crime Prevention Council.

  • $225,000

    1991 (Inactive Grant)

    CHICAGO, ILLINOIS — To support the Community Leadership Development Program for Youth (over three years).

The MacArthur Foundation awarded Chicago Area Project $1,475,000 between 1978 and 2016.

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