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Partner agencies are instrumental to the Emergency Fund’s homelessness prevention model, and we would not be here today without our dedicated partners. These community-based social service agencies are located all over the Chicagoland area. They work with the Emergency Fund to support and assist our communities by distributing our funds to the people who need them the most.
2014 Emergency Fund Partners Include:
- The Ark
- Asian Human Services
- Bethel New Life
- Cabrini Green Legal Aid
- The CARA Program
- Catholic Charities
- Center for Changing Lives
- Center for Housing and Health
- Chicago Family Health Center
- Christopher House
- Cornerstone Community Outreach
- Deborah’s Place
- Dr. Jorge Prieto Family Health Center
- EZRA Multi-Service Center
- Heartland Human Care Services
- Howard Area Community Center
- Industrial Council of Nearwest Chicago
- The Inner Voice, Inc.
- Inspiration Corporation
- Jane Addams Resource Corporation
- Jewish Vocational Service
- La Casa Norte
- Lincoln Park Community Shelter
- Mujeres Latinas En Accion
- North Lawndale Employment Network
- Phalanx Family Services
- Renaissance Social Services
- St. Sabina Church
- St. Vincent DePaul Center
- The Salvation Army
- YMCA Alliance
Interested in becoming a partner?
The Emergency Fund takes a wide variety of factors into account when assessing potential partners, which can be found by downloading the PDF below. Organizations interested in becoming an Emergency Fund partner should review the criteria before expressing interest in forming a partnership. If they feel they do qualify, they should send a letter of interest and description of their services (annual reports, newsletters, brochures, etc.) to Kathleen Molnar, Senior Program Director.
Decisions about partnerships are typically made in December, with a planned January 1 start date.
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