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The 3rd Application Round of the NOF Program is now open!
We are pleased to inform you that Mayor Emanuel has opened the Neighborhood Opportunity Fund program for a third round of applications today for projects seeking grants up to $250,000.
Update New Chicago Ordinance Aimed at Encouraging, Regulating Pop-Ups
Starting a small business can be a daunting undertaking. Developing a strong business plan, securing funding and offering a product or service that people will want are hurdles that often stop a…
Community Meeting: Space to Grow and Westcott Elementary New School Yard, All Are Welcome!
On next Wednesday, January 16th , Space to Grow and Westcott will have their first community meeting for the new schoolyard. You all are welcome to join. The meeting will be from 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM…
79th Street Corridor and 79th Vincennes SBIF Districts are open for new applications
Applications for the 79th Street Corridor and 79th Vincennes SBIF Districts are open this month, January 2019. You can also find this information, the application form and other SBIF program details…
2019 Building: Community Assets, Health and Prosperity
Happy New Year to our clients, partners, residents and sponsors. Looking forward to a new year to continue to collectively impact building relationships and community assets.
Westcott One of 5 CPS Schools Selected for Green ‘Schoolyard Transformations’ in 2019
Five schools were selected earlier this month for participation in Space to Grow, an initiative that transforms Chicago schoolyards with the goal of providing kids in low-income neighborhoods with…
Chicago Shops Campaign Wants You to Spend Big, Shop Small by Supporting Neighborhood Businesses: #ChiBizShops
Shop Smart, Know Return Policies, and Beware of Scammers this Holiday!
You have nothing to lose and can gain a Lot for only $1
The City of Chicago $1 Large Lot program is still open until July 21, 2018!
Ji explores Auburn Gresham | Part 2
Ji, from The Grid, Explores The Auburn Gresham neighborhood on Chicago’s southwest side.
The Grid: Exploring the Auburn Gresham neighborhood
Welcome to “The Grid,” our in-depth look at Chicago’s neighborhoods. Today’s stop is Auburn Gresham!
Give Thanks!
From all of us at Greater Auburn Gresham Development Corporation, remember to help those in need and Give Thanks!
The Greater Auburn Gresham Development Corporation Honored by Cook County Board For Community Service
GAGDC honored by Toni Preckwinkle and the County Board, on November 13, 2018, for their comminitment, support and outstanding services to the Greater Auburn Gresham Communties.
Self-Care On The Table for Educators
What happens when a group of women gather to talk about taking care of themselves?
Thank You To Our Benefit Dinner Sponsors
The Greater Auburn Gresham Development Corporation is appreciative of all of the sponsors for our 2018 Benefit Dinner & Award Ceremony!

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