49th Ward Update
December 3, 2022
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Good morning neighbors,

December is here and there's so much to do in the ward this weekend! I'll be at the Public Art Meeting at Pottawattomie Park at 11am with the Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events where we'll be discussing the artist selection for two new murals coming to the ward, then at the Howard Street Marker Space Studio launch at 12pm today and finally I'll be shopping Jarvis Square's holiday market to support our small businesses, artists, and artisans. They're open from 10am - 5pm today there will be carolers, storytellers and Santa! Also, if you have a coat, hat or gloves to donate bring it with you for the last day of State Rep. Kelly Cassidy's annual coat drive.

Stay warm this weekend,

Alderwoman Maria Hadden
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- EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES - hiring events and job postings
Celebrations & Appreciations
Let's celebrate and appreciate what's wonderful about our ward, the people, the places, and accomplishments. We need this more than ever, so please, send us the people, organizations, and actions you want the ward to know about next week! Email us at
Rogers Park Branch Manager Jackie Hui Retires
On Wednesday, I stopped by the Rogers Park Library with a thank you gift and some sweet treats for our head librarian, Jackie Hui, on her last day. Jackie started at the Rogers Park branch in 1992 and over her 30 years, has fostered an enriching environment for our community. Her care and dedication have ensured that our library will continue to be a center for learning and cultural activities for years to come. Please join me in thanking Jackie for her service ❤️
It's Official! Kilmer is now a "Candidate IB School!"

Back in 2019, Kilmer Elementary applied with CPS to become an International Baccalaureate Primary School Programme, or PYP, for grades K-5. It took three years and three rounds of applications to finally secure that goal in the Spring of 2021! 

Now, thanks to efforts of IB Coordinator, Jennifer Landeen, the Kilmer faculty, administration, and engaged student body, Kilmer has successfully implemented new training and policies, and this fall was recognized as an official “Candidate” school.

IB education is grounded in intercultural understanding with an emphasis on active (rather than passive) learning. It is inclusive of ALL Kilmer students, including those with learning disabilities and English Language Learners! And reflecting its international approach, Kilmer now offers Spanish language instruction both to new learners and heritage speakers. In addition, an IB education encourages both agency and action, both at school and in students’ communities for a transformational change for good and what it means to be a global thinker and learner!

So what’s next? Working with IB educators, Kilmer will be changing its mission and vision statement, continuing its professional development for teachers, and initiating student-led all-school projects. The goal is to become certified as an official International Baccalaureate school for the primary grades, and THEN start the process of adding a middle school program, for grades 6-8 with the ultimate goal of becoming a wall-to-wall IB institution! The work never ends, but with its new Candidate status, Kilmer is well on its way!  

Loyola University Men's Rugby Team Makes History!
The Loyola University Chicago Men’s Rugby Team has made history! The team, which plays in the National Collegiate Rugby League, will travel to Houston, Texas to compete in the Final Four on December 9th against Principia College.

The Ramblers, who were unranked at the beginning of the season, are now one of the top four teams in the country! The team was crowned the Midwest Champions on November 20 in Knoxville, TN after a huge 28-21 win over Marquette.

After beating University of Wisconsin – Whitewater, Washington University St. Louis, Auburn University, and Marquette University, the Ramblers are confident going into Houston for a chance to be crowned the Division II National Champions.

As a Club Sport under Loyola University Chicago, the men's rugby team has been working hard to raise money to cover the cost of travel and lodging. Please consider making a financial donation to the Ramblers to help cover their expenses if you are able. Insructions on how to donate are available by clicking here. You can make an online donation by clicking here. Please make sure to send a copy of your donation confirmation to for bookkeeping purposes. Please direct all questions to or 609-576-9765.

The Final Four will take place at AVEVA Stadium in Houston, TX, on December 9 at 6PM. All games will be livestreamed on the National Collegiate Rugby League’s YouTube channel.
Ward Updates
Please be advised that in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday, the 49th Ward Office will be closed on Thursday, November 24, and Friday, November 25. The office will reopen on Monday, November 28, at 9 am. We wish everyone a joyous and belly-filling Thanksgiving. 
Share Your Input to Inform New Murals in the 49th Ward! 
The Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events (DCASE) is working with my office on two new murals in the 49th Ward! The two locations will be along retaining walls located at 1523 W. Jarvis and 7442 N. Ashland. Join us for a community meeting to learn more and share feedback on Saturday, December 3, at 11 am at Pottawattomie Park, 7340 N. Rogers.

Not able to attend the meeting? You can still share your feedback to inform the final designs of murals. Please take a moment to submit your feedback online at You may review DCASE's presentation from our first meeting at
What Are Your Environmental Priorities?
The 49th Ward's Climate Action Taskforce has been working for months to review the Chicago Climate Action Plan to research policies that are presented in the plan. In October, they presented their initial policy and program recommendations to the community. Now, you can take their survey to tell the Taskforce and Alderwoman Hadden what you thin the priorities should be for her to work on in 2023. Take a few minutes to complete the survey. It will be open until December 23.
Next 49th Ward Town Hall December 14
Join Alderwoman Hadden and the 49th Ward team for the next monthly virtual town hall on Wednesday, December 14, at 6 pm. Attendees will hear important updates for the ward and the city as well as have the opportunity to ask questions. A representative from the Chicago Commission on Human Relations will be present to discuss the office's role in tracking hate crimes across the city. 

Register to attend the meeting by visiting Spanish translation will be available. 
49th Ward Community Meeting on
Local School Councils on December 15
Join the 49th Ward office and representatives from Chicago Public Schools for a community meeting on Local School Councils (LSC). LSCs are a great way to become engaged with our neighborhood schools and play an active role in decisions that affect the school. 

As LSC elections approach in 2023, Chicago Public Schools is beginning outreach to get people involved and share key dates. Join our office at 6 pm on December 15 to learn more on LSCs and how you can get involved. To register to attend the meeting, visit Spanish translation will be available. 
Live Love Shop Rogers Park this Holiday Season!
Join the Rogers Park Business Alliance (RPBA) as it launches its annual Live Love Shop Rogers Park rebate program. This program encourages people to shop local for the holiday season while providing them with the opportunity to save big. Collect $150 or more in receipts from at least 4 different independently-owned businesses in Rogers Park between Saturday, November 26, and Saturday, December 31, and receive a $50 rebate (or a $75 rebate for collecting $200 in receipts). 

 Click here for details on the Live Love Shop Rogers Park rebate program. 
Howard Street Makers Studio Kick-Off Event December 3
A new pop-up market showcasing local artists and makers is coming to Howard Street. The Howard Street Makers Studio will host a kick-off event on Saturday, December 3, at 1609 W. Howard, with a ribbon-cutting at 12:30 pm followed by an open house until 5 pm.

The market will be open through February and be staffed by rotating artists-in-residence. The store will be open at least four days a week and offer a variety of events, including art workshops, movement classes, sip-and-paint night, and open art studio time. 

For more information and a list of participating artists, click here
Field Community Mosiac Project Needs Your Help!
Eugene Field Elementary, 7019 N. Ashland, is installing a mosaic at its front entrance, and they need your help! Help bring the mosaic to life by attending a workshop that will help contribute to the mosaic tiling and installation. Your participation will provide an opportunity to create Eugene Field's first mosaic!

The workshops will be held every other Wednesday beginning November 2 through December 14 from 4-5 pm in room 212 at the school. No registration is required, just swing by and help our local school bring this project to fruition! 
Infrastructure Updates
Sullivan High School Elevator Installation:

As crews began to peel away the exterior of the existing school to install a new elevator, they found issues with the existing structure. They are working to correct those issues, with the remainder of the work happening over the next three weeks. Once the corrections are made, they can continue to install the new steel structure and eventually enclose it. They are on track to have the elevator installation completed in early 2023. 

Sewer Main Replacement Project (PN7439):

Crews are awaiting approval from the Office of Underground Coordination. Once they receive that approval, permits will be issued for the sewer main replacement. This has caused the start date of the project to be pushed back from its original start date in early September. Crews believe that the issues are close to a resolution and that work can begin some time this month. 

Continue to keep your eye on this space for updates on this project. Chicagoans may also visit to register for notifications. You will need to enter your name, email address, and project identification number (PN7439) to sign up.
Public Safety Updates
Early morning on Wednesday, Nov. 30 close to 20 cars were vandalized on the 2100 block of W. Howard St. I spoke with our CAPS Sergeant and police have pulled video from the area pod cameras. The footage shows a group of what appear to be young men causing the damage. Chicago police have taken reports on the vandalism and the case has been assigned to a detective. There was also damage to cars on the Evanston side. There is no known motive for the crime and no suspects have been identified at this time. If your vehicle was damaged in this incident and you haven't reported it to police yet, please do so so that they can compile a full report. You can call the 24th District at 312-744-5907.
Community Engagement
Register for Chicago Park District Winter Programs
Online registration for Chicago Park District winter programs will start on December 5 at 9 a.m. for all virtual programs and for parks located west of California; parks located east of California Ave. will begin at 9 a.m. on December 6. The winter session runs from January 9- March 24, 2023, for most programs. View the Chicago Park District registration page for more information. 
NeighborsTable Holiday Art Markets at RP Social
NeighborsTables will host a series of holiday art markets at RP Social, 6920 N. Glenwood. This is a great opportunity to snag unique holiday gifts for your loved ones and support local artists while enjoying RP Social's Sunday Bloody Mary special. 

The art market will run the following Sundays from 11 am-2 pm:
November 27
December 4
December 11
December 18
TPAN Presents: A Special Cinema Screening of Equal

Join TPAN on Saturday, December 3, 3–6 pm, for a special screening of two episodes of the highly acclaimed HBO Max documentary series, Equal. Actor Billy Porter narrates this documentary series that pays tribute to the founders of the modern LGBTQIA+ movement. Equal honors the rebels of yesteryear with never-before-seen archival footage along with stylistic depictions that bring to life the gripping and true backstories of these leaders and unsung heroes. Following the screening, Stephen Kijak, the producer, and director of Equal will participate in a Q&A with the audience.

Date: Saturday, December 3
Time: 3:00 - 6:00 pm.
Location: The New 400 Theater, 6746 N Sheridan Rd, Chicago, IL 60626
Tickets: $10 GA, $5 Students and Seniors

EPISODE 2: Transgender Pioneers
The 1966 riot at San Francisco’s Compton’s Cafeteria by a community of trans women, drag queens, and other gender-nonconforming folk frames the incredible stories of three trans people from across the ages.

EPISODE 4: Stonewall: From Rebellion to Liberation
The Stonewall Uprising: We set the scene, and then relive that historic night that kicked off a week of riot and rebellion that gave birth to the modern LGBTQ rights movement and then, following a year of militant organizing, the first marches of Pride take to the streets.

CirquesExperience Presents Wheel Thru the Season 
at Senn High School on December 10
The Senn High School auditorium, 5900 N. Glenwood, will turn into a winter wonderland when CirquesExperience presents Wheel thru the Season, a fun-filled, high energy holiday show. The "rolltastic" show features acrobatics, gymnastics, feats on the gym circus wheel and aerial thrills all set to the music of the season. 

Exploring the theme of "Where is Home," the show will incorporate iconic Chicago landmarks and fictional characters as the show team soars and rolls through the Senn auditorium. 

CirquesExperience welcomes people of all ages, from 5 to 99 years old, who want to learn and participate in a wide variety of circus arts programs. The Circus School is located in the Edgewater community and also holds classes at Willye White Park in Rogers Park. 

The show will take place on Saturday, December 10, at 5 pm. For tickets, click here
Young Adult Personal Safety & Empowerment Self Defense
The Culture of Safety Dojo & Wellness Center, 6961 N. Clark, will host a young adult personal safety and empowerment self-defense workshop. The workshop will take place on Saturday, December 10, from 4:30-6:30 pm. To register, click here

The workshop is open to young adults of all genders, ages 19-35. This workshop will help participants to recognize potentially dangerous situations, use assertive communication to enhance their safety, and, if necessary, physically resist and get away from people who could cause harm.

Culture of Safety offers trauma-informed and queer-affirming empowerment-based self-defense for people of all genders and abilities. For more information, contact Culture of Safety at

Theatre Above the Law Presents:
A Night of Classic and Unique One-Acts
Theatre Above the Law is continuing its 7th season with a night of one-acts! All performances will be held at the Jarvis Square Theater, 1439 W. Jarvis. Tickets range from $15-$25 and can be purchased at

This unique production will feature 4 one-acts, each presented in the style of a different TV genre. The show is directed by Tony Lowry and will feature:
  • A Dollar by David Pinski
  • The Wreck on the 525 by Thornton Wilder
  • Fourteen by Alice Gerstenberg
  • The Proposal by Anton Chekhov
Performances are Fridays and Saturdays at 8 pm, and Sundays at 3 pm. Theatre Above the Law is offering Rogers Park residents $10 off online sales by using code C-T4U at check-out. There are a limited number of discount tickets, so make sure to secure yours today!

For more information and to purchase tickets, visit
Lifeline Theatre Presents: Dooby Dooby Moo
Lifeline Theatre's 40 KidSeries premieres this weekend with Dooby Dooby Moo

The County Fair is coming, and the grand prize in the talent competition is a trampoline! Duck wants that prize, but with Farmer Brown watching around every corner, how will he hold singing and dancing rehearsals for Cow, Pig and Ewe? Hop aboard Farmer Brown’s truck and travel to the fair with this hit musical about sharing your talents and reaching for your dreams. This is a Lifeline Theatre HIT musical.

Learn more and purchase tickets on Lifeline Theatre's website
24th District Senor Film Series Presents: Home Alone
The 24th District's Senior Film Series will feature Home Alone as a part of its Senior Film Series in December. The screening will take place on Wednesday, December 14, at 2 pm. Following the movie, there will be a discussion with Mary Trieschmann, the Executive Director of the Winnetka Historical Society. 

Pre-registration is required to attend this film due to a 30-person limit. Please email Officer DeWinter in the 24th District Community Policing Office to RSVP at
Glenwood Comedy 1st and 3rd Tuesdays at The Glenwood Bar
Enjoy some laughs and libations every 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month at The Glenwood Bar, 6962 N. Glenwood. The bar will host Glenwood Comedy, featuring comics and performers sure to keep you entertained. 

Glenwood Comedy runs from 7:30-9:30 pm, with sign-ups beginning at 7 pm. Those interested in performing or hosting should contact Anthony at 312-788-4309.
Events at the Rogers Park Branch Library
The Rogers Park Branch Library, 6907 N. Clark, offers a variety of events and programming for people of all ages. Make sure to check out a list of their upcoming events and register to attend one. More information is available on its website here
Community Aid
Chicago Resiliency Fund 2.0
The Chicago Department of Family and Support Services is providing one-time $500 relief payments to eligible Chicago residents. The Chicago Resiliency Fund 2.0 is a $14.68 million commitment to help residents who had difficulty accessing and qualifying for federal relief payments, including COVID-19 Relief Funds.

Through the fund, 25,500 eligible residents will receive a one-time payment of $500. Residents must submit an online application to be considered for the fund. Recipients will be selected by lottery. Apply online at before the deadline of Friday, December 9.

Eligible applicants must:
  • Reside in the City of Chicago
  • Be 18 years of age or older
  • Have a household income level at or below 300% of the Federal Poverty Level (FPL)
  • Have filed taxes in 2019 AND claimed a dependent 17 years or older
For more information or to apply, visit
Gale Community Academy Toy Drive
Gale Community Academy is hosting a Christmas toy drive for its students. Help make Christmas special for our neighborhood children this year by donating books, puzzles, board games, slime, dolls, action figures, bikes, scooters, and other toys this holiday season. Gale will accept donations at 1631 W. Jonquil through December 19. 

For more information, call 773-534-2100 or email
Howard Area Community Center Winter Gifts Program
Howard Area Community Center is making it easier than ever to spread generosity this holiday season. Consider sponsoring a gift card to empower Howard Area Community Center's participants to make this holiday season magical. For more information and to make a donation, visit
Communities Partnering 4 Peace Holiday Toy Drive
Communities Partnering 4 Peace (CP4P) is hosting a holiday toy drive for kids impacted by gun violence through December 10. CP4P is looking for gifts for kids from newborn to 16 years old. 

For more information, including a shipping address where items can be sent, email
Clear the Shelters through December 11
The Department of Chicago and Animal Care and Control in partnership with Bissell Pet Foundation will be hosting Empty the Shelters – a series of fee-waived adoption events through the December 11. Adoptable animals can be viewed here.
Help The Factory Theater Repair its Boiler
For 30 years, The Factory Theater has created its shows from scratch, doing exactly the kind of theater they wanted to do. From writing workshops to the closing night bash, Factory shows are a unique experience that fits its exacting standards: original, bold, and full-tilt. Its shameless ensemble members are ambassadors of a good time, making certain that Chicago remains heartily entertained.

Due to a small fire at the theater, preview weekend for its latest show was canceled. The company was ready to open on schedule, and successfully produced an awesome show despite this setback. Thanks to all who came to support and enjoy it!

The damage from the fire continues to smolder, however, in that expenses for repairs to the heating system were sizable. The greatest expense has been replacing the boiler to ensure audience members and artists don’t freeze during The Factory Theater's performances through the winter.

While no cows, barns, or lanterns were hurt in the ignition of this particular blaze, the great tradition of local Chicago theater might be, unless The Factory Theater can get lots of support from our community and friends. 

Anyone who wishes to donate to help The Factory Theater recover from the financial loss of this fire may do so by clicking here.
Donate Gently Used Clothing to Gale's Care Closet
The Gale community is working to meet the needs of its students, both in and out of the classroom. They understand that there are barriers students face when trying to get to school and focusing on school work. 

In 2019, Gale Student Ambassadors surveyed students to determine what were some challenges they faced when trying to get their education. They were able to identify one of the barriers to learning as bullying and another as low attendance. The students felt like they didn't have clothes or items to come to school in, or when they came in clothing not clean or fitting, they were bullied. These things led to them staying home. Every year, Gale has conducted this survey and gotten the same results. 

In 2021, Gale decided to do something and started a small care closet. HOW? A teacher at Gale brought in all of her children's gently used items and then began speaking to family, friends, and coworkers to do the same. Those efforts helped launch the Gale Care Closet, where over 30 students grab everyday items, personal hygiene products, as well as 8th-grade event outfits. This year, they would like to reach even more students and Gale student alumni who are still in need. 

How can you help? Donate gently used items you may have, or drop off personal hygiene items to Gale's Care Closet at 7650 N. Marshfield Mondays through Thursdays from 10 am to 4:30 pm.
Trilogy Behavioral Health Winter Coat Drive
Trilogy Behavioral Health is seeking new and gently used coats, hats, gloves, and scarves for its clients this winter season. They are especially in need of larger sizes (L, XL, and XXL). 

Consider helping a neighbor stay warm this winter by donating a coat. Donations will be accepted at their Rogers Park Location, 1400 W. Greenleaf, between 11 am and 4 pm Mondays through Fridays.
Housing Opportunities for Women Winter Coat Drive
Housing Opportunities for Women (HOW) is hosting a winter coat drive to help their clients stay warm as winter nears. Many of HOW's clients are desperately in need of a winter coat in order to safely go about their daily activities as temperatures drop. 

For specific donation information, click here. You can also drop off a winter coat at HOW's office at 1607 W. Howard, 3rd Floor, every Thursday between 9 am and 4 pm. 

For more information, call 773-465-5770.
Help the United Church of Rogers Park Update its Exit Signs
After nearly three years in its social hall, the United Church of Rogers Park is ready to move back into its Sanctuary!

However, to pass the city’s building inspection, it needs to update the exit and security lights throughout the building. The expense is above and beyond what they have, so they are asking neighbors to help them raise $12,000 to bring the signs up to code so they can move back into the Sanctuary. 

Visit their GoFundMe page to make an online contribution
Help C24/7 Build its House of Hope
Our local non-profit, C24/7, recently acquired the vacant lot located at 1561 W. Howard, and they are looking to transform the space into a community center that will help them scale up their services and give back to the Howard-area community. 

Their vision is a community center that serves as a hub for resources, information, and building community. It will host an after-school program, a job development program, violence prevention efforts and resources, a food pantry, financial literacy classes, parenting classes, mental health support, and drug and alcohol recovery groups. It will also have a gym where people can safely participate in a variety of activities. 

C24/7 has built strong community relationships in the north of Howard area, and this will help them expand their services and fill a need in our community. 

Learn more about their vision and make an online contribution by clicking here
Volunteer for Howard Area Community Center's Food Pantry
Howard Area Community Center is recruiting volunteers for its Friday food pantry delivery day. Volunteers must be able to lift 50 lbs and work inside and outside. Volunteers should dress for the weather and wear closed-toe shoes.

The Friday volunteer hours are from 8 am to 12 pm. Volunteers can also volunteer on Mondays from 12-4:30 pm and Wednesdays from 8-12:30 pm.

For more information and to sign up, all 773-262-6622 ext 106, email, or click here
Homework Help at the Rogers Park Library
The Teacher in the Rogers Park Library, 6907 N. Clark, is back to help elementary school students with their homework.

No homework? Not a problem. Ms. Ana-Maria Dreptu also has games and activities to improve your reading and math skills!

Ms. Dreptu will be at the library:
  • Mondays, 4 PM to 7 PM
  • Tuesdays, 4 PM to 6 PM
  • Wednesdays, 4 PM to 7 PM
The Teacher in the Library Program is sponsored by the Chicago Public Library Foundation.
Help Newly Arrived Migrants By Purchasing Wish List Items
Thank you to all our neighbors who have donated items to help the newly arrived migrants settle in. We have had an outpouring of support and generosity from our neighbors in the 49th Ward, resulting in several truckloads delivered to the City's sorting center.

The City is now shifting its donation process and will no longer accept donated items through ward offices. Instead, they are partnering with the Instituto del Progreso Latino to create an Amazon Wishlist to facilitate and expedite the donations of new items. 

This means that our office will no longer accept items, as the sorting center will no longer be able to take them. Instead, our neighbors who would like to donate to the newly arrived migrants can purchase items from the Amazon Wishlist. For more information and to view the Wishlist, click here.  
Government Connect
Connect with Your Elected Officials
Want to get connected with your other elected officials? Find links to sign up to their newsletters and website information below!
DCASE Grant Opportunities
The Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events (DCASE) has two grant applications that are now open. 

2023 Chicago Presents Program:
Applications are open for DCASE’s 2023 Chicago Presents Program. Nonprofit organizations and for-profit businesses can request support for large-scale indoor and outdoor events across artistic disciplines that are free and open to the public.   The deadline to submit an application is December 15, 2022, at 5:00 pm CT. The application will re-open on a rolling basis in February 2023. To learn more and apply, visit
2023 Individual Artists Program:
DCASE’s 2023 Individual Artists Program (IAP) grant application is now open. The deadline to apply is January 10, 2023, at 5:00 pm CT. IAP Grants support the creation, development, or presentation of artwork, and professional development, for artists across all disciplines, including Film & Media Arts, Literary Arts, Performing Arts (Theatre/Dance), Music, and Visual Arts/Design. Visit to sign up for an info session and apply.
Chicago Casino Town Hall December 5
The City announced that Bally’s Corporation will be the recipient of its sole casino license and the developer to create a world-class casino-resort and entertainment experience in Chicago on the site of the Tribune Publishing Center, 700 W Chicago Ave, Chicago, IL 60654. Join the City’s Casino Town Hall for the permanent site on December 5th to receive updates from City leaders and Bally's representatives, share your thoughts, and hear from community members. ASL interpreting will be provided. 

Register to attend the town hall by clicking here. Learn more about the Chicago Casino by clicking here
New Rules for Chicago Rock-Crushing Facilities
The Chicago Department of Public Health (CDPH) announced its proposed new rules for rock-crushing facilities that better protect public health and the environment. CDPH is seeking public comments on the proposed new rules through Friday, January 20, 2023. 

To view the full proposed new rules for rock-crushing facilities and provide your comment, visit
CDPH Environmental News Sign-Up
The Chicago Department of Public Health (CDPH) created an easy way for you to stay up to date on environmental news taking place in your community and across Chicago. Sign up to receive environmental updates for our neighborhood and the city.

To learn more about active permit applications or how you can share your comments and engage with CDPH on environment topics check out CDPH’s Community Information page.
Second Installment Property Tax Bills Now Available
Cook County's second installment property tax bills have been posted at after being delayed for several months. Property tax bills can be viewed, downloaded, and paid with no added surcharge on the Cook County Treasurer's website.

Property tax payments are due December 30. You may download and pay your bill online by:
  • Going to
  • Select the blue box labeled "Pay Online for Free"
  • Enter your address or Property Index Number (PIN)
There is no fee if you pay online from your bank account. However, you can also print your bill and bring it to any Chase Bank location, including those outside Cook County. 
Office of the Inspector General Annual Survey
Do you have general ideas on ways to improve City government? Are there any parts of City government that should be audited or reviewed? Do you have suggestions for improving City services or programs?

The City of Chicago Office of Inspector General’s (OIG) Audit and Program Review (APR) section is conducting a survey seeking input from City residents age 18 and over. The purpose of the APR Annual Plan is to identify potential projects for the upcoming budget year.

The OIG’s Audit & Program Review conducts the operations of City departments, programs, functions, and those doing business with the City. For more information or to view previous audits, please visit the OIG’s website here.
By taking a short four-minute survey, your input and ideas can help guide the Office of the Inspector General to identify topics to review and ways to improve City programs and priorities:

The survey has also been translated in Arabic, Mandarin, Polish, Spanish, and Tagalog.
Community Engagement Opportunity on Police Department's Search Warrant Policy

The Chicago Police Department (CPD) is launching a new community engagement opportunity on its Search Warrant policy. Open engagement of this policy will be from November 1st, 2022 until December 31st, 2022. CPD is seeking community review, input, and feedback on this policy. 

To ensure robust engagement and inclusion in policy reform, CPD is offering different forms for community engagement: 

Community Conversations:

Anonymous online input form:
Click Here to Provide Your Anonymous Input

Comments on CPD Website:
Click here to read the policy and provide your feedback

Share Your Feedback with the Chicago Park District
In an effort to work with the community to set long-term goals and plan for a stronger, more resilient Park District, the Park District has created a survey to collect feedback from its patrons. They want to know what they're doing well, what they can do to improve, what programs you want, and how they can serve you better.

Please share your feedback with the Chicago Park District by completing their online survey. It only takes a few minutes but will have a lasting impact. The survey is available in English, Spanish, Polish & Chinese.

The information received will be instrumental for the Chicago Park District team as they work with the community to shape the future of its parks and the District as a whole. 

Click here to take the survey. 
Public Health Updates
Updated Bivalent Boosters Now Available!
The City of Chicago received the free updated bivalent COVID boosters this week.

The new boosters offer greater protection against common COVID-19 variants than the original shots and are available to anyone aged 12 and older who have already received their initial vaccine shots. People age 12 and up who have completed a primary vaccine series should receive a bivalent booster two months after the second dose of their last booster shot. 

The updated booster is widely available throughout the city, including at doctors' offices, hospitals, pharmacies, and community health centers. To find a location where you can receive the bivalent booster shot, visit the Chicago Department of Public Health's website.

For more information and answers to frequently asked questions, click here
CDPH Provides Resources for Monkeypox (MPV)

Monkeypox Virus (MPV) is spread through close contact with body fluids, sores, shared bedding or clothing, or respiratory droplets (kissing, coughing, sneezing). Common symptoms include a rash or unusual sores that look like pimples or blisters on the face, body, and genitals. Symptoms also include fever, head or muscle aches, chills, and swelling of the lymph nodes. If you think you have the MPV or are showing symptoms, it's time to reach out to your healthcare provider.

If you do not have a doctor or health insurance, then please contact CDPH at 312-746-4835 or the HIV/STI Resource Hub at 844-482-4040 for assistance.

For more information, visit

Fina a Monkeypox Vaccine Appointment
The City has secured Monkeypox vaccines. Secure your appointment by visiting the City's Monkeypox vaccine website
Latest Information on COVID-19 from the
Chicago Department of Public Health

For the latest information on COVID-19 in Chicago, visit the Chicago Department of Health's (CDPH) website at For the latest information on COVID-19 in Illinois, visit the Illinois Department of Public Health's (IDPH) website

Need to Know Info
Cold Weather Tips
Winter is approaching and it's time to prepare for extreme cold, snow, and ice. The Office of Emergency Management and Communications (OEMC) monitors weather conditions and collaborates with city departments to assist residents during the winter months. Please review the helpful winter resources available including Warming CentersSmart 911, and Notify Chicago
Affordable Connectivity Program
Chicago residents could be eligible for $30 off monthly internet bill through the federal government's Affordable Connectivity Program. The Affordable Connectivity Program ("ACP") is a government benefit program that helps low-income households pay for internet services and connected devices like a laptop. For information visit Application can be found by clicking here.
Apply for Student Loan Debt Relief
Individuals looking to apply for student debt relief may do so by visiting While the Eight Circuit Court of Appeals in St. Louis has temporarily blocked the Biden administration from disbursing any student loan relief funds, it does not prevent borrowers from still applying for student loan debt relief. 

The Federal Student Loan Debt Relief program provides eligible borrowers with full or partial discharge of loans up to $20,000 to Federal Pell Grant recipients and up to $10,000 to non-Pell Grant recipients for individuals who make less than $125,000/year or families that make less than $250,000/year. 

For more information and to apply, click here
Stormwater Management Tips for Fall
With fall and winter approaching, we can still see weather conditions that can lead to flooding. No longer just a problem in spring, the Department of Water Management (DWM) encourages residents to assist in reducing excess water from reaching the sewer system.
Community-wide efforts can greatly decrease the impact of neighborhood flooding and the extent of basement backups by taking the following steps:
  • Sweep up leaves from driveways, sidewalks, and streets.
  • Clean roof gutters and drains of leaves.
  • Keep nearby catch basin grates clear of yard waste and trash.
  • Don’t litter or dump anything in storm drains. Storm drains are for rain only.
  • Avoid running a dishwasher or washing machine during storms.
  • Use a commercial car wash or wash your car over grass or gravel instead of on a driveway or in the street.
  • Do not dump fats/oils/greases down the drain or down catch basins in the street.
  • Disconnect your downspout from the sewer system. Make sure to direct flow to areas with permeable surfaces that can properly absorb the stormwater or use rain barrels to collect the rain directly from the downspouts. See DWM’s website for a guide on downspout disconnection.
  • Before winter, empty your rain barrel and store in a garage or shed.
 Additional information can be found on the Department of Water Management's website
Emergency Heating Repair Program
The Emergency Heating Repair Program is now open to new applicants. This program provides grants for income-eligible Chicago homeowners to repair or replace their furnace or boiler heating system. Limited funds are available on a first-come, first-served basis.

The Emergency Heating Repair Program is available to Chicagoans who own and occupy one-to-four unit residential buildings. Households earning 80% or less of the Area Median Income (AMI) are eligible to participate in the program.

Enrollment will be accepted until April 1, 2023, or until all funds have been exhausted. The application package is available online at Call (312) 744-3653 to speak with a customer service representative about the program.
IHDA Mortage Assistance Program
The Illinois Housing Development Authority (IHDA) is reopening its mortgage assistance program designed to assist homeowners financially impacted by the pandemic. Applications will open on Tuesday, November 1, 2022. The Illinois Homeowner Assistance Fund (ILHAF) provides up to $60,000 in mortgage assistance to eligible homeowners—paid directly to the servicer, taxing body, or other approved entity—while homeowners work to regain their financial footing. Whether homeowners have a mortgage, a reverse mortgage, or are mortgage-free, the program can fund past due housing payments and up to three months of prospective mortgage payments.

The program is free, and funds do not need to be repaid. Application, program information and updates can be found at or by calling the ILHAF hotline at 1-866-IL-HELP (866-454-3571). Applications will be accepted until 11:59 p.m. on Tuesday, January 31, 2023.
Enroll for Medicare through December 7
Medicare is now open for enrollment through December 7. If you have Medicare and want to make a change on your health and/or drug coverage, now is the time to do so. All changes to Medicare plans will take effect on January 1, 2023. 

To explore your Medicare options and enroll, visit For assistance with enrollment, contact the South-East Asia Center at 773-989-7433 (press 4), or email
Take a Digital Equity Survey and Enter to Win $50!
Having challenges with your Internet connection, or can’t find an affordable computer that works? We want to hear from you! 

Take a 5-7 minute survey, and enter to win a $50 gift card. Visit to complete the survey. For more information on the Digital Equity Council, including how to access discounted or free Internet and digital learning resources, check out Your feedback will help make sure all community members have access to quality Internet, devices and learning resources needed for today’s society and economy.
ComEd Offering 30% Higher Project Incentive for a Limited Time
ComEd wants to help make energy efficiency upgrades more affordable for residential, small businesses and public facilities, especially now while the cost of doing business is more expensive. Simply apply between August 15, 2022, and September 15, 2022 (October 31 for residential). Your home or business can receive this increased incentive to help lower the cost of your upgrades so you can ultimately save energy and reduce your energy costs.
Be sure to ask ComEd about the Comprehensive Campaign incentives, too. You can stack this promotional 30% incentive on top of the comprehensive incentives to help you save even more. It’s easy to take advantage of these incentives that can cover up to 75% of your project costs. The ComEd Energy Efficiency Program will perform a free facility assessment, make recommendations that are right for your home or business and install the upgrades you choose.
Get started today!  Email, call 855-433-2700 or visit
Home and Business Protection Program Income-Based Application
The City of Chicago has expanded the Home and Business Protection Program (HBPP) to remove barriers and ensure that more Chicago residents have access to the tools needed to protect their properties and feel safe. Through the new HBPP Income-Based Application, eligible Chicagoans can apply for private security devices at no cost based on income and pick them up at a designated community distribution site. The program is first-come, first-serve. It will run through December 31, 2024, or until funds are depleted, whichever comes first.

For more information and to apply, click here
Home and Business Protection Program
The City of Chicago has launched the Home and Business Protection Program (HBPP) to ensure that Chicagoans have access to private security equipment to protect their property and feel safe. Starting today, the City will provide select rebates to cover costs associated with outdoor security camera systems, cloud storage for video footage, outdoor motion-sensor lighting, vehicle GPS trackers, and subscription costs.

Only security devices purchased on or after Monday, June 6, qualify for reimbursement. No rebates will be provided for private security equipment purchased prior to this date. Installation costs of cameras, lighting, and GPS tracking devices are currently not eligible for reimbursement. 
Learn more about the program and apply for rebates at If you have any questions, feel free to email or call (312) 742-3317.
Apply for Peoples Gas Bill Assistance
As we head into the cooler months, and natural gas prices remain high nationwide, Peoples Gas offers  programs and resources to manage your energy costs.

Financial assistance available beginning Sept. 1
The Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) and the Peoples Gas Share the Warmth program are available to help income-eligible customers with heating bills this winter. To see if you are eligible and apply for bill pay assistance, go to or call theCommunity Economic Development Association at 800-571-2332.

Payment arrangements available
For customers who have fallen behind on their bills, but don’t qualify for financial assistance, arrangements are available to help pay and manage heating bills this winter. Use the Peoples Gas app or go to to learn more about your options and enroll.

Budget Billing
Budget Billing spreads seasonal variations in your natural gas bill over 12 months. While you still pay for all of the natural gas you actually use, Budget Billing gives you more consistent monthly bills. Learn more and sign up in the Peoples Gas app or at

Reduce energy use this winter
Manage energy use by using a programmable thermostat, sealing gaps around windows and doors, and scheduling an annual furnace tuneup. Peoples Gas also offers free energy efficiency consultations. For more information, go to
South-East Asia Center Assists with LIHEAP Applications
The South-East Asia Center, 5120 N. Broadway, is helping people apply for the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP). This program helps individuals pay heat and/or electric bills. For assistance with the application, visit the South-East Asia Center at 5120 N. Broadway. 
Home and Business Protection Program
Elevate, an energy equity non-profit, is conducting outreach for the Multifamily Energy Savings Program. The goal is to have buildings with 3 units or more assessed to determine the energy-saving projects they qualify for. Projects such as air sealing and insulation, pipe insulation, and HVAC equipment replacements are examples of projects that can be completed from start to finish via the program at little to no cost.

The best way to initiate a free energy assessment is to go directly to and fill out the online form.
Business Updates
Grubhub Winterization Grants
Grubhub is partnering with the Restaurant Strong Fund (Greg Hill Foundation) to offer winterization grants. The Greg Hill Foundation's Restaurant Strong Fund & Grubhub Community Fund are giving away $10,000 grants to support restaurant owners in Chicago, Boston, NYC & Philadelphia to winterize their outdoor dining spaces! The grant program launched on Giving Tuesday, and restaurants in Chicago, Boston, NYC, and Philly are eligible. A total of $2,000,000 will be awarded to 200 restaurants to revamp their outdoor area and make space for more guests.

For more information and to apply, click here
Western Avenue Corridor Study Adopted
the U.S. Black Chambers and Grubhub have partnered to provide grants to Black-owned restaurants, made possible by the Grubhub Community Fund. The USBC Restaurant Grant program helps restaurants receive funding to seize business opportunities and address current challenges. This program offers over $500,000 in grants to Black-owned restaurants and culinary-based businesses in select cities, including Chicago.

For more information and to apply, click here.
Sidewalk Cleaning RFP

Rogers Park Business Alliance (RPBA), service provider for four Special Service Areas (SSA): Howard Street/Jarvis Square #19, Clark/Morse/Glenwood #24, Devon Avenue #43 and Sheridan Road #54 is seeking proposals for sidewalk litter and weed removal services for the SSA districts, as well as quarterly sidewalk power washing.

Proposals must be emailed to Cindy Plante,, no later than Friday, December 16, 2022. Proposals received after this date will not be accepted. Preference will be given to Rogers Park Business Alliance members. Membership information is available here.

Read the full RFP here.

Western Avenue Corridor Study Adopted
The Chicago Plan Commission officially adopted the Western Avenue Corridor Study recommendation this week. This has been underway for several years and involved many stakeholders, including our neighboring wards, businesses, and residents. The study includes comprehensive recommendations to improve the Western corridor from Howard to Addison.

Thank you to Kyle Ryan in the 49th Ward Office for all your work and collaboration to help finalize the recommendations on this critical business corridor. For more information, click here
ARPA Funding Opportunities
Information about all active city, county, and state ARPA RFPs and grant opportunities can be found at Information on City programs can be by clicking here.
Register for Chicago Park District Winter Break Camps
Does your child want to participate in recreational activities, arts and crafts, sports, and other engaging activities during their break from school in December? The Chicago Park District's winter break camps give kids an opportunity to spend the day having fun and learning with others their own age in a fun and supervised environment! Exact camp dates, hours, and ages vary by park. Some camps start as early as December 12. Find a location near you and register here!
Complete Raise Your Hand's School Board Election Survey
Chicago United for Equity, Raise Your Hand for Illinois Public Education, and Chicago Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights want to hear from you about your concerns and thoughts on the role of money in school board elections and other access issues. Please take a moment to fill out Raise Your Hand's feedback form

Participants will be entered to win a $50 gift card. 
Family Empowerment Centers After School Program
Family Empowerment Centers, 1533 W. Devon, has space in its after-school program. The Free program provides kids with a safe space after school where they can enjoy snacks, games, and receive help with homework. 

For more information and to enroll your child, contact or You may also call 773-262-0760 with questions. 
Employment Opportunities
HACC Free Culinary Arts Training Program
Howard Area Community Center is hosting a free 12-week culinary arts training program for those seeking a career in the food industry. The program will provide hands-on training to grow participants' kitchen skills. Participants will receive individualized career planning, a food handler's ServSafe Certificate, a restaurant manager's certificate, academic coaching, and job placement support.

Make sure to register online by clicking here by December 7; the program will start on January 9. For more information, contact Moon Parker at or 312-768-8046. 
Chicago Police Written Exam Scheduled for December 1-3
The Chicago Police Department has upcoming test dates in an effort to onboard qualified applicants to be Chicago Police Officers. Testing will take place at all City Colleges on December 1-3. 

Chicago Police Officers earn a competitive salary and benefits. For more information and to apply, visit
ONE Northside is Hiring a Police Accountability Organizer
ONE Northside is hiring a Police Accountability Organizer. The Police Accountability Organizer will have the opportunity to work with community members and partners across Chicago to implement a new civilian structure to oversee policing in the city, engage the community as new civilian oversight policies are created, and help create a Chicago that is safe for everyone. They will also have the opportunity to work with ONE People’s Campaign to help elect our first-ever District Council Representatives in Chicago in February 2023.

For more information and to apply, visit
Free Online English Classes at Howard Area Community Center
Howard Area Community Center, 7648 N. Paulina, is offering free online English classes to help individuals in the workforce. The classes will help participants with their communication skills for the workplace and provide support in job training and searches. 

The classes meet on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6-8 pm. To sign up, click here. For more information, contact Moon Parker at or 312-768-8046. 
Trilogy Behavioral Health is Hiring!
Trilogy Behavioral Health is looking to hire key mental health positions in its organization. Trilogy offers generous benefits and training opportunities. To learn more about openings, visit its website here
Rogers Park Business Alliance is Hiring

Rogers Park Business Alliance is looking to add part-time crew members to our maintenance department. The position includes manual labor such as litter removal and beautification of the commercial corridors. Mornings or afternoons, 15 hours/week. Join its team and help keep Rogers Park clean.

For more information, contact:
Brandon Harding
Maintenance Director
Rogers Park Business Alliance

Work for the CTA
Are you looking for a career change, a new job, or know someone who is? Look to the CTA each Friday to see newly posted positions as you seek a new career opportunity! Visit to find a full list of jobs!
A Just Harvest is Hiring!
A Just Harvest is seeking an Operations Assistant and Bookkeeper. The position will provide administrative support to the Director of Finance and Operations. The position provides grant compliance support, office support, and leads office information management. 

The Operations Assistant and Bookkeeper will work 30 hours a week, and the salary is $34,400-$35,500, commensurate with experience. The position also includes a comprehensive benefits package. 

Interested applicants should send a resume and cover letter to 
Purpose Workforce Solutions is Hiring!
Purpose Workforce Solutions is hiring youth positions. For more information, call 312-549-8360 ext 121 for more information. 
Start a Career in Aviation Mechanics
Train to become skilled, employable and essential. At Aviation Institute of Maintenance, we train tomorrow’s technicians. The demand for skilled technicians in Aviation, Manufacturing, Welding, Energy, and other industries is outpacing those entering these career fields. Our nation needs men and women to develop technical trade skills for today and the future. AIM campuses are proud to teach these skills. Find out more and apply here:
NAMI Chicago is Hiring!

NAMI Chicago has positions in Mental Health Services and is looking for outstanding and dedicated people to join its growing team. 

Since 1979, NAMI Chicago has fought for families and individuals impacted by mental health conditions. It promotes community wellness, breaks down barriers to mental health care, and provides support and expertise for families, professionals, and individuals in Chicago and beyond.

NAMI Chicago currently has openings for the following positions (click on the job title to view the job descriptions):      

Mary Crane Center Now Hiring!

Mary Crane Center at 1545 W. Morse is now hiring key positions in the organization. For more information or to send your resume, email

Superior Air-Ground Ambulance Service Now Hiring
Superior Air-Ground Ambulance is now hiring for EMT positions. The program includes 12 weeks of training, a free accelerated EMT course, and a guaranteed job. For more information, visit or email 
i.c. stars Tech Training and Job Placement Opportunity
 i.c.stars. is an immersive technology training not-for-profit attracting, training, and putting Chicagoans to work in the Information Technology field. It pays candidates a weekly stipend upon being accepted into its rigorous 16-week program.

i.c. stars is currently recruiting for its next cycle, which will start on August 8, 2022. Interested residents can apply directly on its website at
Compudopt Now Hiring
Compudopt is now hiring part-time technology instructors. Compudopt's mission is to provide technology education and access to under-resourced youth in Chicago and Northern Illinois. 

The position is a seasonal trainer for its educational programming for elementary, middle, and high school students. The role is anticipated to require up to 20 hours per week of instruction and will span afternoons, evenings, and weekends depending on partner requirements. Programming may be facilitated in-person or virtually depending on partner requirements.

The pay range is $20-$25/hour depending on experience and qualifications. To apply, email and include your name, phone, email, resume, and two references. 
Misericordia is Now Hiring
Misericordia seeks to hire for several key positions within the organization. 

Misericordia is home to over 600 children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. It has a 31-acre campus that provides around-the-clock care to support its residents. They strive to find compassionate and hardworking individuals to join its team.  Misericordia offers competitive pay rates and excellent employee benefits. 

For more information on current job openings, visit Misericordia's Careers website.
Greater Chicago Food Depository Job Training Programs
The Greater Chicago Food Depository now offers free and paid hospitality and supply chain career path training programs. These programs are available to unemployed and underemployed adults living in Cook County. Programs are background friendly and welcoming to those without a high school diploma or GED.

More information on the program is available on the Greater Chicago Food Depository's website by clicking here.
CTA Second Chance Program
The CTA Second Chance Program allows individuals with a barrier to employment an opportunity for a fulfilling and stable career with the CTA. Those interested in the program should complete a survey of interest by clicking here. More information on the Second Chance Program is available on the CTA's website here
Join the Chicago Park District Team
The Chicago Park District is seeking to hire several key year-round and seasonal positions. To view all openings, visit
PACE Bus is Hiring

Pace Bus is hiring for bus operator and mechanic positions at its facilities across the suburbs to ensure that it can provide the level of bus service that our regional economy depends on. Working for Pace has many advantages:

  • Competitive starting pay
  • Paid on-the-job and ongoing training
  • Promotion from within
  • Working close to home
  • Health insurance benefits
  • Retirement benefits
  • Paid vacation and other paid time off
  • Safe, clean work environment (visit to see all of our COVID-related safety precautions in place to protect personnel)

Applications and a list of open positions can be found at

CPS is Hiring Substitute Teachers
Chicago Public Schools is seeking committed substitute teachers to ensure our students receive quality instruction in the absence of their teacher. To apply, visit
CPS is Hiring Board Custodians
CPS is hiring Board Custodians. To apply for the position, click here. To register for an interview, click here. For more information, call 773-553-2100 or email
Getir Chicago is Now Hiring
Getir Chicago is now hiring delivery drivers and order packers for its locations throughout the city. Learn more and apply on their website
Collective Resource is Hiring
Collective Resource Compost, a specialty waste hauler that collects food scraps for composting, is hiring. They work out of a site just over the border in Skokie (near McCormick, between Howard and Touhy). The Driver / Compost Service Specialist job starts at $16 per hour and goes to $17 after a 90-day review. They're looking for people who are reliable, hard-working, tech-capable, and committed to reducing environmental harm.

Learn more at:
CPS is Hiring Lunch Attendants
CPS is hiring lunch attendants across the district! Employees get to work a regular Monday to Friday schedule with holidays off. Positions include medical, dental, and pension benefits.

For more information and to apply, visit
Apply to be a Crossing Guard
Earlier this year, the City of Chicago transferred the crossing guard program from OEMC to Chicago Public Schools. During this transition, many crossing guards decided to retire or resign while school was not operating in person due to the pandemic.

As we have CPS has returned to in-person learning, they have been working hard to fill vacant positions. They are still seeking applicants to fill the positions to help families and children safely get to and from school. 

To apply to become a crossing guard, please follow the steps below:
  1. Please visit the CPS Careers Website at
  2. Click on "CPS Job Board" at the bottom of the page.
  3. On the top of the next page, click on "Basic Search."
  4. Type "Crossing Guard" into the "Keywords" field.
  5. Click on the Crossing Guard job posting for the location you want to apply to, and follow the instructions to fill out the applications.
If you have any questions, please contact
Greater West Town Training Programs
Greater West Town Community Development and Project has over 30 years of expanding economic opportunities in education, job training, and job placement for Chicagoans. Check out the academic and location opportunities available to Chicago residents now, then schedule your orientation today. For more information, please call 312-563-9044 or visit
Find a Career with S&C Electric Company
S&C Electric in Rogers Park is seeking to hire team members for several key positions in their organization. S&C Electric is a 100% employee-owned team seeking several team members in the Rogers Park community to keep the lights on across the globe.

To learn more and apply, visit
Trilogy Behavioral Healthcare Job Openings
Trilogy Behavioral Healthcare sees to hire for several key positions within the organization. 

As one of the leading community mental health organizations in Illinois, Trilogy is committed to excellence, diversity, and opportunity. They are a mission-driven organization as committed to innovative practice models in mental health treatment as they are to helping our employees do their best work.

Working at Trilogy is an opportunity to make a difference in the lives of our neighbors and help strengthen the community.

For more information on current job openings, visit Trilogy's Careers website at


Heartland Alliance Job Openings
Heartland Alliance has several positions open across Chicago. These positions include a bilingual mental health clinical practitioner, a clinical supervisor, an LPN, case managers, and more. 

Heartland Alliance works to advance human rights and champion human dignity by providing services and promoting solutions to achieve a more just global society. Heartland Alliance's mission is to advance human rights and respond to the human needs of endangered populations—particularly the poor, the isolated, and the displaced—through the provision of comprehensive and respectful services and the promotion of permanent solutions leading to a more just global society. Its approach is multi-faceted and intentional and intersects through three focus areas: health and healing, safety and justice, and economic opportunity.

For more information on job openings, visit Heartland Alliance's Careers website by clicking here
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