The Chicago Period Project provides supplies to menstruating people in need. Their goal is to help end period poverty and make menstruation less taboo.
"Boxville" is Chicago’s first street food market and container mall, serving Bronzeville residents and visitors with unique products & services. Inspired by the global container retail movement and our own experience with the Bronzeville BikeBox, Boxville offers community entrepreneurs affordable spaces for building enterprises & creating jobs in order to revitalize community.
One Tail at a Time
One Tail at a Time (OTAT) is a no-kill, all breed dog rescue committed to lowering euthanasia rates in the greater Chicagoland area. OTAT formed in 2008 as a small organization aimed at helping dogs. Over the years, the group has grown and now runs vaccine clinics, Chicago’s only shelter diversion program, and a bustling adoption program.
Hello Baby’s mission is to support, empower and inpsire families raising young children in underserved neighborhoods in Chicago. It is the first ever free drop in play space in the nation.
The Nora Project
The Nora Project aims to normalize difference, demystify disability, and promote meaningful connections between students and their peers with disabilities
Share Our Spare
The Anti-Cruelty Society
From pet adoptions to low cost spay and neuter services to humane education, cruelty investigations and rescue, The Anti-Cruelty Society works to raise awareness about the needs of animals.
Whole Child Arts
Whole Child Arts is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization dedicated to bringing transformative arts education to children from birth to five years in underserved areas of Chicago and beyond.
Shine supports women through mentorship, community and education. They empower women by encouraging a proactive approach to fertility health and fertility preservation.