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October 2011

14 Auburn Gresham Neighborhood Recovery Initiative Closing Ceremony and Community Resource Fair

5:30–8 pm - St. Sabina Church (McMahon Hall), 1210 West 78th Place, Chicago, IL 60620


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The State of Illinois and Green Era Announce $32M Investment in New Renewable Energy & Urban Farming Campus on Chicago’s South Side

The State of Illinois and Green Era Announce $32M Investment in New Renewable Energy & Urban Farming Campus on Chicago’s South Side.

2019 OMEE Notice of Funding Opportunity For Small Businesses

This Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) sets forth the requirement of the 2019 Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity (DCEO) Minority-Owned Business Capital and Infrastructure Program.  The Office of Minority Economic Empowerment’s (OMEE) newly created state funded capital and infrastructure program, as per Public Act 100-0586, aims to equip minority-owned firms with resources to create jobs, build scale and capacity, increase revenues, and expand regionally.

How Auburn-Gresham Fought Back and Won | The Law Project's Spotlight on Success

“These lead agencies are all operating on a shoestring budget,” Yates explains. ”To ask them to bear all the default risk of every subgrantee would make the lead-sub grantee structure unworkable.” Read The Law Project's work to defend the little partner....

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