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New Life Centers of Chicagoland

Chicago, Illinois

New Life Centers of Chicagoland was awarded $450,000 in 2020, including 1 grant in Chicago Commitment.


2020 • 3 years • Chicago Commitment

New Life Centers of Chicagoland (New Life), based on Chicago's West Side, was established in 2005 to address a growing need for youth mentoring and violence prevention in the Little Village and Midway neighborhoods. It offers mediation between street organizations, support to families, life skills to youth, and a wide variety of positive activities to residents, including sports, arts, music, and festivals. Its violence prevention and street outreach programs are led by individuals from the communities they serve; mentors typically have personal experience in street organizations and deep connections to local residents. With this award for institutional support, New Life creates a cash reserve and upgrades its internal functions for accounting and development.

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