Grants to Thrive Chicago
2016 (Inactive Grant)
CHICAGO, ILLINOIS — Thrive Chicago (Thrive) is the nation's largest citywide collective impact effort focused on strengthening the ecosystem for youth-serving organizations. Thrive's mission is to prepare Chicago's youth for a vibrant future by aligning efforts to outcomes, from cradle to career. Initially established as a project of the Mayor's Office in 2013, Thrive has been incubated at the Robert R. McCormick Foundation since 2014 and is now poised to enter its next phase of growth and development as an independent anchor organization in the city of Chicago. This grant award enables Thrive to make continued progress on its mission in partnership with its affiliate organizations and other key institutional stakeholders.
The MacArthur Foundation awarded Thrive Chicago $200,000 between 1978 and 2017.
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Related Grantees: Chicago Community Trust, Chicago Latino Theater Alliance, Chicago Youth Boxing Club, Children's Home and Aid Society, DePaul University College of Computing and Digital Media, Donda's House, Greater Chatham Initiative, Illinois Humanities Council, Invisible Institute, Kinzie Industrial Development Corporation, Metropolitan Planning Council, Mozilla Foundation, National Museum of Mexican Art, Terra Foundation for American Art, Thrive Chicago, Woods Fund of Chicago, YMCA of Metropolitan Chicago