UChicago Medicine Community Benefit Report
According to its recently published annual Community Benefit Report, the University of Chicago Medicine provided more than $519 million in benefits and services to the South Side community in Fiscal Year 2019.
Civic Leadership Academy Evaluation
A three-year evaluation of the Civic Leadership Academy demonstrated how the interdisciplinary program benefits individuals, organizations, and Chicago’s civic network.
Polsky Small Business Growth Program
Geared explicitly to minority-owned, women-owned, and veteran-owned businesses, the Polsky Small Business Growth Program works with South and West Side entrepreneurs to help them increase revenue a...
Community Programs Accelerator
As an anchor institution on the South Side of Chicago, the University of Chicago is in a unique position to help local nonprofit organizations build their capacity for present and future impact. Th...
Christ the King Jesuit College Preparatory School
During the pandemic, Chicago Booth students in the Booth COVID-19 Volunteers and Booth Social Impact programs helped Christ the King Jesuit College Preparatory School (CTK) find grant opportunities, create a new framework for CTK's work-study training, and identify ways to improve CTK's curriculum.
The Honeycomb Project
Chicago Booth's Social Impact Lab worked on creating a strategic plan for the Honeycomb Project that included a fundraising strategy, a road map for staffing, benchmarks for the future, and recommendations for building the right board of directors to support Honeycomb’s growth.
Civic Leadership Academy
Khari Humphries says the Civic Leadership Academy "built my understanding of the policy and history that I was seeing in action at my job every day."
YWCA Laura Parks & Mildred Francis Center
UChicago Dining vendors prepared and delivered 600 meals to the YWCA Metropolitan Chicago’s Laura Parks and Mildred Francis Center in Woodlawn location each Sunday starting in mid-April, providing nearly 5,000 meals to those struggling to feed themselves and their families.
UChicago College partners with Braven through best practices and meaningful job and internship experiences for students.
Civic Leadership Academy
Cook County Bureau of Economic Development chief Xochitl Flores says her participation in the Civic Leadership Academy helped broaden her perspective and inspired a revitalized culture of collaboration and data-driven decision making in her office.