CCH hosts its 11th annual Charity Golf Outing in memory of
John “Juancho” Donahue on Monday, August 4 (12 noon) at Geneva National Golf Club.
Our longtime supporters at Howard Packaging – Brian Reed, Janet Terry, Sue Hayes & Dean Voss
This event raises critical funds for a non-profit that leads the fight against extreme poverty in our community.
Space and sponsorship opportunities are still available! Reserve your spot
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Touting a 4-star review from Rolling Stone for their new album, the Old 97’s come to Chicago this weekend to headline our Hopefest concert Saturday, June 21 at the Park West.
General admission tickets are $30, with reserved seats $75.
Fans of the group are looking forward to songs from the Old 97’s latest album, Most Messed Up, released in April. With a 4-star review in the band’s label calls this new work “the Old 97’s at their most raucous & boozy best, all swagger and heart.” Rolling Stone, Continue reading This Saturday: Old 97’s headline Hopefest 2014
CCH has released findings from a statewide survey of public school districts: More than half of homeless students in Illinois must cope without needed tutoring, preschool or school counseling.
After months of advocacy by CCH, the Illinois State Board of Education and Gov. Quinn proposed to restore $3 million in state grants to fund school services for homeless students. It awaits approval in the FY15 state budget adopted in May by state legislators.
Continue reading CCH survey shows more than half of Illinois homeless students lack needed school services
Members of the legal community who support the work of the Law Project gathered Feb. 13 for the annual Justice Circle reception, hosted at the Chicago Bar Association.
Support for the Justice Circle helps the Law Project work on behalf of children, families, and unaccompanied youth who face homelessness.
Illinois Supreme Court Justice Thomas L. Kilbride
After a welcome from CCH Board President Jacqui Algee, Illinois Supreme Court Justice Thomas L. Kilbride told more than 100 attendees of the need for legal services for people living in poverty.
Continue reading Justice Circle supports the Law Project, marks 20th year of the Illinois Education for Homeless Children Act