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2012 An n ual R ep o rt

Partners in Motion


Table of Contents 1 Letter from the President and Chairman of the Executive Committee 2

Year in Review

6 The Trust: A Vital Asset for 97 Years 8 Education and Economic Development 14 Health, Housing and Human Services 24 Civic and Cultural Vitality 32 Sustainable Development 36 The Searle Funds at The Chicago Community Trust 40 A Donor’s Story: Jean Cozier 42 Donor Advised Grants 56 Grants from Identity-Focused Funds 57 Grants from Collaborative Funds 58 A Donor’s Story: Mary Pattillo 60 Grants from Supporting Organizations 63 Designated Grants 64 Matching Gifts 65 The 1915 Society 68 In Memoriam: Jimmie Alford 71 In Memoriam: Maynard Marks 72 In Memoriam: the Trust Fondly Remembers Its Friends Who Have Recently Passed Away 73 Funds of The Chicago Community Trust and Affiliates 80 Contributors to Funds at The Chicago Community Trust and Affiliates 85 Professional Advisory Committee and Young Professional Advisory Committee 86 A Donor’s Story: Joseph Pedott 88 Financial Highlights 92 Executive Committee 93 Trustees Committee and Banks 94 The Chicago Community Trust Staff 98 Trust at a Glance

Cover: Rebecca Ford Terry (r.) uses her donor advised fund at The Chicago Community Trust to support educational programs and productions at the Goodman Theatre, including By the Way, Meet Vera Stark, a comedy about the life and legacy of a headstrong AfricanAmerican actress. Terry is pictured on the cover with Chuck Smith (l.), director of the production, and the cast (background) in rehearsal. To learn more about how Terry works with the Trust to support the Goodman Theatre and other nonprofits in metropolitan Chicago, please visit www.cct.org/annualreport/terry. Photo by Eric Young Smith.


Letter from the President and Chairman of the Executive Committee

Frank M. Clark (l.) and Terry Mazany

Dear Friends, The story of 2012 is one of mindful movement: of charting new courses to navigate a changing world. As the economic climate continued to challenge so many families in our region, our donors responded with compassion and creativity, supporting vital programs that help buoy our region’s quality of life. Their generosity is the fuel that powers the engines of philanthropy, helping to make this a year of renewed energy and new direction.

of three days, dozens of Nobel Peace Prize laureates and representatives of laureate organizations converged in Chicago. They shared their stories of peace in action — and beyond the lecture halls, they visited classrooms to inspire and encourage the next generation of visionaries and peacemakers. Through live webcasts of the summit, classrooms around the world were immersed in the message, and students shared the moment with their peers around the globe.

This year the Trust made the first grants that put our new strategic priorities into action. These outcome-based funding strategies were the result of thoughtful partnership among our staff, our Executive Committee and experts in the com­ munity, pooling their expertise about our region’s potential for prosperity — and about what it takes to get there.

Partnership gained a new home ground this year as the Trust opened the doors of its new offices. Still situated in the heart of Chicago, we are now in a space with more community meeting rooms than ever, expanding the opportunities for the kind of face-to-face interaction that deepens trust and ignites new ideas.

The new funding priorities reflect the evolution in our relationship with Chicago’s nonprofits. Only by immersing ourselves in their acquired wisdom about what works, have we been able to craft specific funding strategies that will yield impact. And by reframing our grant opportunities — as invitations for nonprofits to demonstrate how their programs play a unique role in achieving that impact — we cement our relationship with each grant recipient, not as giver and receiver, but as true partners in innovation. Partnership united the Trust in a global network of justice and compassion this year. In April, we worked with the Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice and Human Rights to host the 12th World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates. Over the course

From literal moves to paradigm shifts, the Trust was ever in motion this year — and yet steadfast and unshaken in our commitment to the region. Nimble response and unwavering stewardship. Strategic innovation and constant care. These qualities make up the essence of a community foundation’s promise — and the foundation of our partnership with each resident we serve. Sincerely,

Terry Mazany President and Chief Executive Officer

Frank M. Clark Chairman of the Executive Committee

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Year in Review December 3, 2011 The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development awards the West Cook County Housing Collab­ orative, an initiative supported by the Trust, a $2.9 million grant. The collab­orative uses the funds to create transit-oriented, affordable housing developments in five west Cook County suburban communities. The Trust’s letter of support and funding were contributing factors to the collaborative receiving the grant. This initiative is part of the Trust’s work to mitigate foreclosures and promote sustainable development.

December 13, 2011 Renowned cellist Yo-Yo Ma, NPR host Peter Sagal, chef Rick Bayless and Yo-Yo Ma performed with the Chicago Sinfonietta Project Inclusion Ensemble, Civic Orchestra of Chicago and the Chicago Children’s Choir at the Trust’s 96th Anniversary Celebration. Photo by Elizabeth Sattelberger.

Gov. Pat Quinn are among the luminaries who help celebrate the transformative power of philanthropy at the Trust’s 96th Anniversary

October 4, 2011 The LGBT Community Fund, an identity-focused fund of the Trust, launches its Community Needs Assessment. The 2,000 diverse responses to this multilingual survey reflect the complex needs and concerns of the region’s lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender residents and will help guide the fund’s grant making.

November 17, 2011 The recipients of the Monash/Mitchell Scholarships, which are funded by the Trust endowments created by Drs. David Monash and Ruth Mitchell, share how they used their scholarships to further their medical careers and the medical profession at a colloquium at Northwestern University. While four recipients used their scholarships to pay for medical school, the other six scholars used the funds to conduct community health research projects. Those projects included creating an anti-bullying resource guide and preventing AIDS and HIV among teens. The scholar-

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ship program is designed to help increase diversity in the profession and build a pipeline of medical providers to offset the perennial shortage of physicians and gaps in access to health care, particularly in low-income, diverse communities.

Celebration. The event features dynamic performances from the Trust’s innovative grant recipients and honors its visionary donors and committed volunteers who have worked with the Trust to bring out the best in Chicago over the last 96 years.

The 2012 Chicago Community Trust fellows: (from l.) Rebeccah Sanders, executive director of the Chicago Cultural Alliance; Ben Helphand, executive director of NeighborSpace; Gabriela Fitz, founder of IssueLab; Paul Hamann, president and CEO of The Night Ministry; Darlene Oliver, associate director for the Metropolitan Chicago Breast Cancer Task Force; Robert Castaneda, co-founder and executive director of Beyond the Ball; Barbara Otto, CEO of Health & Disability Advocates; and Marco Jacome, CEO of Healthcare Alternative Systems, Inc. Photo by Kira Kurka.


(From l.) Reggie Greenwood of South Suburban Mayors and Managers Association, Karin Norington-Reaves of Chicago-Cook Workforce Partnership and Juan Salgado of Instituto del Progreso Latino shared how they are partnering with public and private entities to improve workforce development in the region at the Trust’s Impact Chicago event “Keeping Chicago Competitive: Workforce Development for the 21st Century.” Photo by Laura Witherow.

December 20, 2011 The Chicago Community Trust Fellowship selects its new class of fellows: three experienced and five emerging local nonprofit leaders who will pursue professional development plans that enhance their leadership skills and strengthen the sector.

January 25, 2012 In its first competitive grant cycle of the year, the Trust grants $11.8 million to 115 nonprofits under its new grant guidelines. The new funding priorities focus on advancing opportunities for human and economic development; securing conditions for healthy, safe, just and caring communities; promoting civic and cultural vitality; and transforming the region through sustainable development. Of the grants awarded during this grant cycle, seven nonprofits received $550,000 from the Unity Challenge, the Trust’s campaign to combat poverty in the wake of the recession.

February 2, 2012 Committed to promoting diversity in the nonprofit sector, the Trust invites grant recipients to join BoardLink. This free online tool, developed by

several leadership groups with con­-

at the Trust, provides partial

vening and funding support from the

support for the project.

Trust, matches diverse candidates with organizations looking to expand

March 21, 2012

their boards.

Impact Chicago, the Trust’s series of briefings on the critical issues affect-

March 13, 2012 Cultural indicators for Chicago make their online debut. For the first time, data on how the city’s 77 neighborhoods are influenced by the presence

ing the Chicago region, explores the strategies for “Keeping Chicago Competitive: Workforce Development for the 21st Century” at the Metro­ politan Club. The panelists cover the

of arts and culture are available in one

approaches that hold the greatest

place: www.culturalindicators.org.

promise to reducing unemployment

The Trust compiles the data with

and creating new jobs, including how

assistance from the City of Chicago

to prepare workers for high-growth

and Arts Alliance Illinois. The Wallace

sectors and how to encourage

Foundation through the Arts Engage­

companies to open in or relocate to

ment Exchange, a funder collaborative

metropolitan Chicago.

(From l.) Robert Smith, board member of the Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice and Human Rights; center founder Kerry Kennedy; actor and activist Sean Penn; and Trust President and CEO Terry Mazany attended the 12th World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates. Penn received the 2012 Peace Summit Award for his work in aiding the victims of the devastating 2010 earthquake in Haiti as well as his ongoing advocacy for peace and human rights protection worldwide. Photo by Laura Witherow.

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Year in Review – continued (From l.) The 12th World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates included Dr. Shirin Ebadi, the Dalai Lama and former Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev, three Nobel Peace Prize laureates who came to Chicago to promote their messages of world peace, equality and human rights. The Trust helped coordinate the event. Photo by Timothy Musho.

April 23–25, 2012 The Trust partners with the Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice and Human Rights to host the 12th World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates. The three-day summit brings Nobel Peace Prize laureates like the Dalai

competitive grants to 147 organizations, totaling $11.8 million. Of those grants, $1.1 million from the Unity Challenge was awarded to 12 nonprofits working to help those suffering from the devastating effects of the recession.

Lama to Chicago, while live webcasts stream their conversations into

May 24, 2012

thousands of classrooms around the

The Chicago Metropolitan Agency for

world, sparking a global dialogue

Planning and the Trust team up to

about justice and freedom.

support communities implementing the GO TO 2040 comprehensive

April 30, 2012 The Trust opens for business in its new office at 225 N. Michigan Ave.

regional plan, announcing planning grants for five civic projects.

The space features design elements

May 24, 2012

and furniture from businesses in the

The Young Leaders Fund, an identity-

Chicago region and enhanced meeting

focused fund at the Trust, awards

space available for use by community

$37,500 to eight small nonprofits.

nonprofits. (See “The Chicago Community Trust Staff” section on pages 94–97 for a glimpse of the Trust’s new office space.)

May 22, 2012 The Trust awards its second round of

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May 31, 2012 Kassie Davis, Shawn M. Donnelley and Ted Utchen are inducted into The 1915 Society, which celebrates donors who have included the Trust in their estate plans. (See pages 65-67.)

May 31, 2012 The Partnership for New Communities, a funder collaborative at the Trust, closes its doors after more than a decade of working to support Chicago’s Plan for Transformation, the largest and most ambitious redevelopment of public housing in the country. The collaborative leaves a legacy that reflects cross-sector achievements in addressing complex urban issues. It raised more than $20 million for workforce development for public housing residents and economic revitalization of neighborhoods affected by the Plan for Transformation. Its accomplishments include helping 6,000 public housing residents find employment and helping 175 residents purchase homes in new developments.

June 1, 2012 The Chicago Sun-Times teams up with the Trust to serve and inspire local communities. The new Community Match partnership helps charitable causes throughout the region kick­start their fundraising to make an even greater charitable impact.


on the Internet and identify how sites can make the most effective use of links to increase their impact (From l.) Jae Jin Pak, Jennifer Choi, Padma Tumuluri, Ben Ho and Ramya Bavikatte were among the members of the Asian Giving Circle, an identity-focused fund at the Trust, that celebrated the fund’s 2012 grant recipients at its reception on June 8, 2012, at Blue Cross Blue Shield. Photo by Elizabeth Sattelberger.

and viewership. The summit is organized by Community News Matters, the Trust’s program to increase the flow of accurate and insightful news and information in

June 8, 2012

August 25, 2012

The Asian Giving Circle, an identityfocused fund at the Trust, awards more than $23,000 in grants to five nonprofit organizations serving metropolitan Chicago’s AsianAmerican communities.

The Trust thanks its donors and their families for their support at its annual Donor Family Event at the Adler Planetarium. They are among the first to experience Welcome to the Universe, the planetarium’s new mind-blowing tour of the solar system and beyond.

June 18, 2012 “Achieving a World-Class Education for All: a Road Map for the Chicago Region” is on the agenda at Impact Chicago, the Trust’s series of briefings on the critical issues affecting the Chicago region. Education experts examine the hallmarks of an effective educational system, including pro­fessional development of teachers around rigorous instruction, developing teams so educators can collaborate with each other, enabling systemwide coherence of high-quality education, and adoption of the Common Core State Standards in English/Language Arts and Mathematics.

the Chicago region and spur the development of viable business models for news organizations. Nora Ferrell (l.) and Thom Clark of Community Media Workshop shared the results of the organization’s new report, The NEW News 2012, which ranks online news and blog sites covering the Chicago region, at the 2012 Chicago Community News Summit. The Trust funded the report. Photo by Kyle LaMere.

September 13, 2012 The Trust hosts the 2012 Chicago Community News Summit to discuss the implications of two major new studies of Chicago’s fast-emerging online news ecosystem. The research in The NEW News 2012 educates readers about where to find quality news sites, large and small, that offer much-needed local news and information. The Linking Audiences to News II report uses cutting-edge methodologies to map links and traffic between local news sites to reveal how information really spreads

September 25, 2012 The Trust awards $10.8 million in grants to 169 nonprofit organizations in its last competitive grant cycle of the year. Of those

Senior Program Officers Gudelia López (r.) and Peggy Mueller (l.) discussed how to streng­ then the educational system at the Trust’s Impact Chicago event with Taffy E. Raphael (second from r.) of the University of Illinois at Chicago and SchoolRise LLC, James P. Spillane (second from l.) of Northwestern University’s School of Education and Social Policy, and Mary Jo Tavormina (center) of the West Cook and South Cook Mathematics Initiatives. Photo by Cathy Sunu.

grants, $340,000 were awarded to six nonprofits from the Unity Challenge campaign to help meet the basic human needs of the region’s most vulnerable residents as they struggle to survive in the economic downturn.

September 27, 2012 The Latino Giving Circle, an identity-focused fund at the Trust, awards $5,000 each to the East Village Youth Program, Latinos Progresando and Greater Wheeling Area Youth Outreach to support their educational programs that serve Latino youth.

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The Trust: A Vital Asset for 97 Years Why Chicago needs an endowed community foundation Founded 97 years ago, The Chicago Community Trust is one of the oldest and largest of more than 700 community foundations, which together serve more than 86 percent of the United States. The Trust’s work illustrates how an endowed community foundation can have a deep and lasting impact on the region. When Norman Harris and his son, Albert Harris of Harris Trust and Savings Bank, founded the Trust in 1915, the concept of an endowed foundation was only a year old, inspired by The Cleveland Foundation’s creation in 1914. The idea was that every community would benefit if donors pooled their donations to serve the most vulnerable residents, not just for the moment, but in perpetuity. Building on the Harris family’s ambitious venture, the Trust and its donors have been instrumental in creating one of the greatest

cities in the world. Whether in times of need or prosperity, the Trust has used the resources that the community has entrusted to it to give back to the region in a way that has transformed lives and empowered communities for the last 97 years. The depth and breadth of its grant making benefits virtually every resident in the region. It includes strengthening teaching and learning in schools; mitigating foreclosures; developing new audiences for small arts groups; creating safer, healthier neighborhoods; developing clean energy sources; and providing food and shelter for low-income residents in the region. The Trust’s endowment is the source of its competitive grants program. The Trust makes use of its expertise and broad understanding of metropolitan Chicago to invest in nonprofit organizations that will have the greatest impact in the region. The Trust is also home to more than 1,000 funds and nearly 1,900 generous donors, who are an integral part of the Trust family. Donors work with the Trust to understand the region’s needs and carry out effective grant making. The following pages demonstrate how the concept of an endowed community foundation is as vital to the Chicago region in 2012 as it has been for the past 97 years. The Trust supported the South Shore Opera Company because it has energized the South Side of Chicago with an art form that has historically been under­performed in its community. Photo courtesy of the South Shore Opera Company.

Five values define our promise to the individuals and communities we serve: Integrity: Our responsibility, first and foremost, is to

uphold the public trust placed in us and to ensure that we emulate the highest ethical standards, honor our commitments, remain objective and transparent, and respect all of our stakeholders. Stewardship and Service: We endeavor to provide the

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Collaboration: We value the transformative power of partnerships based on mutual interests, trust and respect. We work in concert with those who are similarly dedicated to improving our community. Innovation: We seek and stimulate new approaches that address what matters most to the people and communities we serve as well as support others who do likewise in our shared commitment to improve metropolitan Chicago. Diversity and Inclusion: Our strength is found in our

differences, and we strive to integrate diversity in all that we do.


The AIDS Foundation of Chicago has been the beneficiary of both the Trust’s donor advised fund program and competitive grants program to support its services, which includes HIV testing. Photo courtesy of the AIDS Foundation of Chicago. The Chicago Lighthouse for People Who Are Blind or Visually Impaired received a Trust grant to support its Employment Services Program, which includes helping employers implement adaptive technology solutions for people who are visually impaired. Photo by Ellen Prather.

The Northern Illinois Food Bank, a longtime Trust grant recipient, distributes food to more than 600 network partners—food pantries, soup kitchens, shelters, and youth and senior feeding programs — that serve more than 60,000 people each week. Photo courtesy of the Northern Illinois Food Bank.

Angelic Organics Learning Center used its Trust grants to help urban and rural people build local food systems to increase access to healthy, local food. Photo courtesy of Angelic Organics Learning Center.

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Students at Unity Junior High School in Cicero work together to solve math problems—one of many strategies used in the West and South Cook Mathematics Initiative to improve mathematics teaching and learning. Unity is one of 75 schools in 32 districts participating in this project, which aims to help teachers develop their math content and teaching skills, reflect on their teaching, engage students in learning, and work on continuous improvement. The Searle Funds at The Chicago Community Trust fund the project. Photo by Kira Kurka.

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Education and Economic Development

The Chicago Community Trust seeks to secure metropolitan Chicago’s economic future by improving the quality of education for all students; developing, attracting and retaining a globally competitive workforce; and collaborating with the public and private sectors to develop and implement an economic plan that strengthens the Chicago region as a global economic center.

The Trust made a grant to the Jane Addams Resource Corporation to train and place ex-offenders in the metalworking industry to bolster a key sector in Chicago’s history that now suffers from a shortage of trained workers. Photo courtesy of the Jane Addams Resource Corporation.

Kris Beck (center), a 7th-grade science teacher at Manierre Elementary School, is using the knowledge and skills she has gained from working with a science coach at DePaul University to help her students articulate observations from their science lesson and make connections to previous science activities. Beck’s professional development this year has focused on empowering students to engage in meaningful discourse as they explore science concepts. The Searle Funds at The Chicago Community Trust fund the project. Photo by Laura Witherow.

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Pasi Sahlberg, director general of the Finland Ministry of Education, shared how Finland rose to become one of the top-performing nations in education at the 2011-2012 World Class Education Colloquium Series, funded by the Trust and McCormick Foundation. Among the lessons learned: 1) an intentional and strategic focus on equal opportunity for quality education in all schools and 2) support for continuous learning and development of the professional workforce in schools. Photo courtesy of the University of Illinois at Chicago.

In 2012, the Trust supported the development of three economic policy reports, which will help business leaders, governments and civic organizations determine the best strategies to position the Chicago region to prosper in a global economy.

Developed jointly by DePaul University and Loyola University and funded by the Searle Funds at The Chicago Community Trust, the Professional Development Leadership Academy is exploring key concepts that will become part of the new science standards for teaching and learning. The teachers are participating to: 1) address their own understanding of the science content, 2) learn how to implement these lessons effectively in their own classrooms, and 3) help equip other teachers throughout Chicago Public Schools to implement these lessons well. Photo courtesy of the DePaul University STEM Center.

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Education High-Quality Teaching and Learning in All Core Curriculum Areas Big Shoulders Fund $188,000* for the Partnership with Loyola University’s Center on Science and Mathematics Education $226,000* f or the partnership with the University of Chicago Center for Elementary Math and Science Education to strengthen math instruction in seven schools Chicagoland Lutheran Educational Foundation $95,000* for schoolwide literacy improvement in its Chicago schools aligned with the Common Core Standards Children First Fund/CPS $250,000* f or implementation of the Social Science 2.0 framework in a select number of schools and networks $416,000* f or the implementation of language education programs that lead to bilingualism, biliteracy and higher academic achievement $500,000* f or capacity building of schools and networks to implement the Common Core State Standards in English and Language Arts DePaul University $387,000* f or in-school coaching in math and science for 6th- to 8th-grade teachers in eight CPS schools in the Fullerton and O’Hare Networks as well as for networkwide professional development $300,000* for professional development and in-classroom coaching support in four additional elementary or high school networks Ingenuity Incorporated Chicago $200,000* for strengthening arts education in the Chicago Public Schools Loyola University Chicago Center for Math and Science Education $300,000* for in-school coaching in science for 6th- to 8th-grade teachers in six CPS schools in the Pilsen-Little Village and AustinNorth Lawndale Networks as well as for networkwide professional development to improve science instruction University of Chicago School of Social Service Administration $400,000* f or the Network for College Success to support its work of strengthening teaching and learning in CPS high schools University of Chicago Center for Elementary Math & Science Education $250,000* f or support of mathematics and science education policy and leadership direction for local districts and the state of Illinois University of Illinois at Chicago Learning Sciences Research Institute $1,635,000* for strengthening mathematics instruction in 32 south and west suburban Cook County districts $400,000* f or strengthening mathematics instruction in 32 south and west suburban Cook County districts, specifically to support K-5

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teachers and provide guidance and support to Chicago Public Schools as it begins similar work Subtotal $5,547,000

Facilitating College Access and Success Scholarship America $600,000 for distribution of the William J. Cook Scholarship Fund $9,000 f or distribution of the Eleanor L. Swartz Scholarship Fund

Strengthening Teacher and School Leader Preparation

Subtotal $609,000

Loyola University Chicago School of Education $100,000* for the transformation of its existing teacher education program to a fully redesigned field-based program

Responsive

Northwestern University Office of Sponsored Research $100,000* for development of two teacher leader courses based on Northwestern University’s research in the fields of sustainable energy and nanoscience University of Illinois at Chicago College of Education $200,000* for the design and implementation of a comprehensive early childhood education teacher-preparation program Subtotal $400,000

Chicago Council on Science and Technology $25,000 for knowledge dissemination and outreach of the organization to educators and students Children at the Crossroads Foundation $11,000 for general operating support Children First Fund/CPS $20,400 f or a district leadership event for the CPS senior leadership team, the chiefs of schools and all school principals $247,000 for extended school-day work planning and implementation in the Chicago Public Schools on behalf of the Ford Foundation $20,000 f or program evaluation of the Chicago Public Schools’ Full Life Futures Program pilot

The Trust supported bridge programs like the one Erie Neighborhood House offers to help people with less education gain the skills they need to obtain jobs in high-growth sectors, such as health care. Photo courtesy of Erie Neighborhood House.


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Community Renewal Society $45,000* for Catalyst Chicago Field Museum of Natural History $200,000* for the Biomechanics exhibit Innovation Foundation $100,000 for PROJECT YOU(th) Teach for America $250,000* f or general operating support University of Chicago $25,000 for a symposium on the Trends in Chicago’s Schools Across Three Eras of Reform Report Subtotal $943,400

Gary Comer Youth Center $70,000 for the expansion of the Summer Youth Employment Program Harborquest $100,000* for general operating support Instituto del Progreso Latino $100,000 for workforce development programs Jane Addams Resource Corporation $150,000 f or training and placement in metalworking Jobs for Youth/Chicago $50,000 f or the Microsoft Academy and Health Information Technology Program Kinzie Industrial Development Corporation $60,000 for workforce development programming

Workforce Development Job Training and Placement Programs Arise Chicago $20,000 f or the Arise Chicago Worker Center Centro De Trabajadores Unidos: Immigrant Workers’ Project $20,000 f or general operating support Centro Latino/Universidad Popular $50,000 f or the street vendor and catering jobs program Chapin Hall Center for Children at the University of Chicago $100,000* for the Employment and Workforce Initiative Chicago Career Tech $150,000* f or the business outreach component of the new Chicago workforceeconomic development plan

Latino Union of Chicago $40,000* f or the Just Pay for All Coalition Local Economic and Employment Development Council $60,000 for workforce development programming North Lawndale Employment Network $100,000 for employment programs for exoffenders $130,000 f or training ex-offenders in mechanical skills and vehicle repair OAI $100,000 for the development of logistics training programs in southeast Cook County Phalanx Family Services $70,000 for the youth workforce development programs Restaurant Opportunities Center United $40,000* f or general operating support

Chicago Community and Workers’ Rights $20,000 f or the Community Defenders program

Safer Foundation $220,000 t o train and place re-entering ex-offenders in metalworking occupations

Chicago Lighthouse for People Who Are Blind or Visually Impaired $100,000 for the Chicago Lighthouse Employment Services Program and Call Center

Saint Leonard’s Ministries $50,000 f or Gracie’s Coffee Shop

Chicago Summer Business Institute $4,000 f or a high school student summer internship program Chicago Urban League $75,000* for workforce development and entrepreneur development programs Chicago Workforce Investment Council $100,000* for new workforce development strategies

Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce Foundation $25,000 to create and execute an implementa­ tion plan for the recommendations in the Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development’s review of the Chicago tri-state metropolitan region $25,000 for the completion and implementation of the Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development’s review of the Chicago tristate metropolitan region and to underwrite part of the $59,799 budget associated with the event on March 9 to release the OECD report to the tri-state business and civic leaders Metropolis Strategies $400,000* f or core priorities of regional economic development, environmental sustainability and justice system reform and to support the economic growth strategy for Cook County Northwestern University $1,000,000* f or the Chicago Biomedical Consortium Oakton Community College $250,000* t o serve as an anchor institution in facilitating and implementing an economic development strategy for the Village of Skokie based on nanotechnology World Business Chicago $150,000* f or the implementation of the Plan for Economic Growth and Jobs Subtotal $1,995,000

toTAL Competitive EDUCATION AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT Grants $11,758,400 *Grant made from the Searle Funds at The Chicago Community Trust

Upwardly Global $50,000* f or the Skilled Immigrants and Chicago’s Global Economy program Year Up $35,000 f or general operating support Youth Job Center of Evanston $35,000 f or the Women Invested in Learning and Livelihoods program Subtotal $2,264,000

Chinese American Service League $40,000* f or the Adult Employment Program

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Ethiopian Community Association of Chicago $40,000 f or the Electromechanical Assembly Training program

Support and Align Strategies for Regional Economic Development

Erie Neighborhood House $85,000 for Pathways to Success workforce bridge programs

ACCION Chicago $145,000* for the Chicago Microlending Institute

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Trust grant recipient Franciscan Outreach Association is the second largest shelter in Chicago, providing homeless people with a safe place to sleep and eat as well as case management services to help them obtain employment, health care and permanent housing. Photo by Laura Witherow.

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To prevent and reduce obesity, the Trust supported several nonprofits such as Enlace Chicago and TCA Health that created safe opportunities and places for residents to exercise and take part in other physical activities.

Health, Housing and Human Services

To tackle poverty in metropolitan Chicago, The Chicago Community Trust seeks to create a healthy and safe region by ensuring access to affordable housing; reinforcing the safety nets for people facing homelessness, hunger and health problems; and finding long-term strategies to improve community health and public safety, including reforms to the criminal justice system. The Trust awarded a grant to Heartland Health Outreach so that its outreach workers, including Leah Aroyeum Johnson (l.) and Brian Truncale (center), can continue to regularly canvas the streets to help the most vulnerable homeless people obtain emergency services and help move them into supportive housing. Photo by Bruce Powell.

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Thanks to a grant from the Trust, the Dental Center at St. Bernard Hospital and Health Care Center was able to offer dental services to more low-income residents in Englewood. Photo courtesy of St. Bernard Hospital and Health Care Center.

Operation Warm received a grant from the Trust to buy and distribute more than 1,000 coats to low-income children in Chicago. Photo by Laura Witherow.

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Health Access to Health Care Access Community Health Network $127,000* f or the Patient-Centered Medical Home Pilot Program Asian Health Coalition of Illinois $40,000 f or the Colon Cancer Prevention Project Asian Human Services Family Health Center $100,000 for an on-site behavioral health program Aunt Martha’s Youth Service Center $150,000* f or the Patient Centered Medical Home Implementation Project Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Chicago $40,000* f or the Immunization Linkage Program Chicago Family Health Center $50,000* f or a Revenue Cycle Optimization Project CORE Foundation $150,000* f or Project Connect Erie Family Health Center $75,000* for creation of the Efficient Approach to Health Care project Heartland Health Outreach $132,000 f or the Enhanced Benefits and Entitlement Enrollment Program Hektoen Institute for Medical Research $149,000 f or the Video Remote Interpreter project Howard Brown Health Center $75,000 for the LGBT Primary Health Care Program Illinois Association of Free and Charitable Clinics $10,000 f or first-year start-up and infrastructure development Illinois College of Optometry $50,000 f or the Chicago Vision Outreach program Lawndale Christian Health Center $40,000* f or the Patient Centered Medical Home Designation Project Night Ministry $50,000 f or the Outreach and Health Ministry Program St. Bernard Hospital and Health Care Center $50,000 f or the St. Bernard Hospital Dental Center in Englewood University of Illinois Medical Center $150,000* f or the Accessing Care through Telemedicine Project Westside Health Authority $70,000* for the Every Woman Counts! Breast Health Program Subtotal $1,508,000

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The Trust works with nonprofits like Cabrini Green Legal Aid, TASC, Thresholds and the John Howard Association of Illinois to reduce the recidivism rate and help ex-offenders find employment.

Health System Reform AgeOptions $75,000 for the health system reform collaborations AIDS Foundation of Chicago $65,000 for the Promoting Successful Health Care Reform for People with HIV in Illinois project Campaign for Better Health Care Fund $85,000 for implementation of the Affordable Care Act: Inform, Implement and Improve Engagement by African American and Latino Faith Leaders Health & Disability Advocates $150,000 f or Starting Strong in Illinois Health and Medicine Policy Research Group $150,000 f or strengthening health systems and health care access Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights $73,000 for the Immigrant Health Care Access Initiative Illinois Maternal and Child Health Coalition $102,000 for the Affordable Care Act: Patients and Providers Project

Illinois Public Interest Research Group Education Fund $65,000 for the Making Health Care Work for All program Sargent Shriver National Center on Poverty Law $25,000 for the Illinois Health Policy Advocacy Project Sinai Health System $100,000 for Reforming Health Through Information System Enhancement TASC $98,000 f or Cross Systems Collaboration to Build Health Care Access for People Under Justice Supervision United Power for Action and Justice $40,000 f or the Health Insurance Exchange Advocacy Project Subtotal $1,028,000

Preventing and Reducing Obesity Angelic Organics Learning Center $100,000* for the Eat to Live Englewood Urban Farm and Food Project


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Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago $100,000* for the Consortium to Lower Obesity in Chicago Children: Aligning Obesity Prevention Initiatives in Chicago

University of Illinois at Chicago Library of Health Sciences $25,000 for the acquisition of books and journals in the field of dermatology

Association House of Chicago $100,000 for the Greater Humboldt Park in Motion project

Subtotal $305,000

Children First Fund/CPS $150,000* f or the Champions for Wellness project Enlace Chicago $70,000* for the Pocket Parks Initiative Gary Comer Youth Center $90,000* f or the Community Health and Wellness Project Growing Power $150,000* f or the Healthy Food and Active Transportation for Low-Wealth Communities: Linking the Bicycle to the Farm project Illinois African American Coalition for Prevention $100,000 for the MEND in Chicago collaboration Illinois Public Health Institute $125,000* f or the Illinois Alliance to Prevent Obesity Sinai Urban Health Institute $150,000* f or evaluation capacity building TCA Health $150,000 f or community-based efforts to support community-based fitness Subtotal $1,285,000

Housing Preventing and Ending Homelessness Alliance to End Homelessness in Suburban Cook County $75,000 for general operating support Beacon Therapeutic Diagnostic and Treatment Center $100,000 for the transition of homeless people living on the streets to permanent housing Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Chicago $50,000 f or the Homelessness Prevention Call Center Center for Housing & Health $100,000 for street outreach activities for the 100,000 Homes Campaign Center on Halsted $50,000 f or youth homelessness programming Chicago Alliance to End Homelessness $75,000 for general operating support Chicago House and Social Service Agency $55,000 for the PATHWAY Program Corporation for Supportive Housing $60,000 f or technical assistance to the City of Chicago and homeless providers Featherfist $100,000 for housing locator services

Medical Scholarships National Medical Fellowships $185,000 f or the Monash Scholarship of the Trust Subtotal $185,000

Responsive Family Institute $150,000 f or the development of evaluation metrics and provision of mental health services Growing Home $50,000* f or the business strategy for social enterprise Illinois Public Health Association $5,000 f or Illinois’ Strong Start for Mothers and Newborns to hire a consultant to prepare the Illinois application National Council on Aging $25,000 for the Illinois Cares Rx Elimination: A Proposal Intervention project United States Curling Association $50,000 f or the administration of the Darwin Curtis Fund

Franciscan Outreach Association $90,000 f or case management services Heartland Health Outreach $100,000 for the street homeless outreach team $60,000 for training of homeless services providers in harm-reduction methods aimed at reducing shelter evictions Humboldt Park Social Services $50,000 f or the interim housing program La Casa Norte $30,000 f or the supportive housing program for families and youth Lincoln Park Community Shelter $20,000 f or the On Track Program

Renaissance Social Services $40,000 f or the Supportive Housing Outreach Team San Jose Obrero Mission $30,000 f or salary support of a case manager South Suburban PADS $75,000 for the Ending Homelessness 2012 project Teen Living Programs $50,000 f or the Stable Housing Program West Suburban PADS $75,000 for the outreach and engagement program Subtotal $1,415,000

Affordable Housing and Foreclosure Prevention Jane Addams Senior Caucus $15,000 for the Housing Advocacy Campaign Albany Park Neighborhood Council $60,000 f or the Renters Advocating for the Right to Stay project Bickerdike Redevelopment Corporation $75,000 for the Affordable Housing Preservation and Restoration Initiative Business and Professional People for the Public Interest $75,000 for core housing program work in collaboration with the Regional Home Ownership Preservation Initiative (RHOPI) Cara Program $200,000* for working capital for the 180° Properties joint venture with Mercy Housing Chicago Community Loan Fund $50,000* f or general operating support Chicago Metropolitan Housing Development Corporation $45,000* for the New Paths to Affordable Housing program Chicago Rehabilitation Network $75,000 for the Chicago Housing Occupancy Collaborative Plan $25,000 for the planning and initial implementation of its Special Forum Series Chinese American Service League $25,000 for the Home Ownership Preservation Program $25,000 for the New Horizons for Renters and Landlords Rental Housing Program

Night Ministry $20,000 f or the Transitional Living Program

Claretian Associates $35,000 f or the Affordable Rental Housing for South Chicago initiative

Pacific Garden Mission $90,000 f or the Transient Women’s Program and a new Transient Men’s Program

Coordinated Advice and Referral Program for Legal Services $75,000 for a volunteer coordinator position

Puerto Rican Cultural Center $20,000 f or the El Rescate housing for homeless lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender youth

Corporation for Supportive Housing $15,000 to coordinate and support activities of the Illinois Human Services Commission Rebalancing Work group

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Enterprise Community Partners $60,000 f or the single family rental housing partnership in collaboration with Mercy Portfolio Services Genesis Housing Development Corporation $25,000 for the Preserving Home Ownership in Chicago Program Greater Southwest Development Corporation $50,000 f or the Southwest Reach Center Habitat for Humanity Chicago South Suburbs $25,000 to expand the reach and capacity of housing counseling services in southern Cook County Heartland Housing $100,000 for the Affordable Housing Development and Preservation Capacity Building project Hispanic Housing Development Corporation $75,000 for the Cook County Affordable Rental Housing Initiative Housing Action Illinois $125,000 f or the Regional Home Ownership Preservation Initiative work plan IFF $100,000* for the Home First Illinois initiative Interfaith Housing Center of the Northern Suburbs $40,000 f or general operating support Interfaith Leadership Project of Cicero, Berwyn & Stickney $20,000 f or the Community Preservation Project around foreclosures Kenwood-Oakland Community Organization $10,000 f or the Chicago Housing Initiative Kingdom Community $25,000 for the homeownership counseling center Lakeside Community Development Corporation $25,000 for the Foreclosure Mitigation in Chicago Area Condominium Associations Lakeview Action Coalition $30,000 f or the Affordable Housing Preservation and Creation Project Latin United Community Housing Association $50,000 f or the Homeowner Affordability and Stability Program Latino Policy Forum $25,000 for collaboration of its Housing Acuerdo with the Regional Home Ownership Preservation Initiative Lawndale Christian Development Corporation $65,000 for the “Trust” Affordable Housing Program Lawyers’ Committee for Better Housing $75,000 for the Affordable Housing Preservation Program Logan Square Neighborhood Association $10,000 f or the Keep Chicago Renting and Chicago Housing Initiatives campaigns

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Mercy Housing Lakefront $100,000* for the Affordable Housing Development and Preservation Initiative Metropolitan Mayors Caucus $120,000 for the Inter-Jurisdictional Housing Collaboratives project $75,000 for the Homes for a Changing Region project Metropolitan Tenants Organization $75,000 for general operating support

Neighborhood Housing Services of Chicago $100,000 for the expansion of its home ownership counseling and lending into south suburban Cook County North River Commission $30,000 f or the Affordable Rental Housing Program Northwest Side Housing Center $50,000 f or the Home Preservation Project on the Northwest Side

A grant from the Trust helped support a program at Northwest Side Housing Center in which staff go door to door informing residents facing foreclosure about the Circuit Court of Cook County Mortgage Foreclosure Mediation Program, which offers free housing counseling and legal assistance to help struggling homeowners stay in their homes. Photo by Bruce Powell.


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Organization of the Northeast $10,000 f or the preservation of affordable rental housing units in Uptown, Edgewater and Rogers Park Resurrection Project $40,000 f or the Affordable Rental Housing Initiative $25,000 for the Foreclosure Prevention and Homeownership Preservation Initiative Sargent Shriver National Center on Poverty Law $80,000 f or the Chicago Rental Housing Preservation Project Southside Together Organizing for Power $10,000 f or the Chicago Housing Initiative Spanish Coalition for Housing $75,000 for the Preventing Foreclosures and Rebuilding Communities program State of Illinois Department of Healthcare and Family Services $26,000 f or the production of outreach videos to support, engage and educate long-term care facility residents and their families of their options under the Colbert Consent Decree and the Money Follows the Person Program Supportive Housing Providers Association $100,000 for the Blueprint for Housing project Technical Assistance Collaborative $25,000 for the technical assistance project to help the Illinois Housing Development Authority secure HUD dollars for rental assistance for supportive housing for people with disabilities Woodstock Institute $150,000 f or convening and coordinating the lead partners of the Regional Home Ownership Preservation Initiative

Interfaith Housing Center of the Northern Suburbs $124,000 for outreach activities related to the Cook County Mortgage Foreclosure Mediation Program Community Outreach Interfaith Leadership Project of Cicero, Berwyn & Stickney $96,000 for outreach activities related to the Cook County Mortgage Foreclosure Mediation Program Community Outreach Latin United Community Housing Association $94,500 f or outreach activities related to the Cook County Mortgage Foreclosure Mediation Program Community Outreach Logan Square Neighborhood Association $53,500 for outreach activities related to the Cook County Mortgage Foreclosure Mediation Program Community Outreach Northwest Side Housing Center $177,000 f or outreach activities related to the Cook County Mortgage Foreclosure Mediation Program Community Outreach Oak Park Regional Housing Center $45,000 for outreach activities related to the Cook County Mortgage Foreclosure Mediation Program Community Outreach Southwest Organizing Project $500 f or training for the Cook County Mortgage Foreclosure Mediation Program Community Outreach $141,500 f or outreach activities related to the Cook County Mortgage Foreclosure Mediation Program Community Outreach Woodstock Institute $20,000 f or working with organizations engaged in the Cook County Mortgage Foreclosure Mediation Program Subtotal $1,070,500

Subtotal $2,821,000

Cook County Mortgage Foreclosure Mediation Program Action Now Institute $124,000 for outreach activities related to the Cook County Mortgage Foreclosure Mediation Program Community Outreach $500 f or training for the Cook County Mortgage Foreclosure Mediation Program Community Outreach Albany Park Neighborhood Council $5,000 f or outreach activities related to the Cook County Mortgage Foreclosure Mediation Program Community Outreach Developing Communities Project $94,500 f or outreach activities related to the Cook County Mortgage Foreclosure Mediation Program Community Outreach Genesis Housing Development Corporation $94,500 f or outreach activities related to the Cook County Mortgage Foreclosure Mediation Program Community Outreach

Human Services Hunger Claretian Associates $50,000 f or the South Chicago Food Network Enlace Chicago $75,000 for the Hope Response Coalition Experimental Station $25,000 for LINK Up Illinois $25,000 for the 61st Street Farmers Market and LINK UP Illinois programs Greater Chicago Food Depository $224,000 f or the purchase of food and initial implementation of recommendations from the Illinois Commission to End Hunger

La Casa Norte $75,000 for the Northwest Food Partners Network Northern Illinois Food Bank $100,000 for the acquisition and distribution of fresh produce Restoration Ministries $25,000 for Bilingual Food Pantry Outreach Subtotal $724,000

Emergency Assistance and Social Safety Net Access Living of Metropolitan Chicago $50,000 f or general operating support Boys and Girls Clubs of Chicago $100,000 for branding of human services to create greater public support Center for Economic Progress $75,000* for tax preparation for low-income people $75,000 for tax preparation for low-income people Chicago Coalition for the Homeless $25,000 for advocacy for homeless people Chicago Jobs Council $67,000* f or general operating support Children’s Home and Aid Society of Illinois $35,000 f or the Illinois Partners for Human Service Emergency Fund $100,000 for meeting the emergency needs of low-income people Greater Chicago Food Depository $100,000* for the Mobilizing the Public to End Hunger campaign Heartland Alliance for Human Needs & Human Rights $100,000 for policy research and advocacy aimed at reducing poverty and supporting human services Illinois Action for Children $35,000 f or advocacy for services for children and families Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights $100,000 for the New Americans Partnership Campaign Lutheran Social Services of Illinois $75,000 for the dissemination of information on the value of human services statewide

Greater Roseland West Pullman Food Network $50,000 f or general operating support

Mujeres Latinas En Accion $75,000 to develop human services programming in Latino communities

Heartland Human Care Services $75,000* for salary support of a farm manager and farm crew leader and start-up costs for Chicago FarmWorks

Operation Warm $20,000 f or more than 1,000 winter coats to be distributed to Chicago children in the winter of 2012-13

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Sargent Shriver National Center on Poverty Law $100,000 for policy technical assistance and advocacy for low-income people Voices for Illinois Children $100,000* for research, advocacy and technical assistance aimed at preserving the social safety net Women Employed Institute $35,000* t o promote student access to workforce training offered in two- and fouryear colleges through financial aid Subtotal $1,267,000

Fred B. Jones Fund American Indian Center $5,000 f or support of direct assistance to people who need emergency relief services Association House of Chicago $5,000 f or support of direct assistance to people who need emergency relief services

Casa Central $7,000 f or support of direct assistance to people who need emergency relief services Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Chicago $7,000 f or support of direct assistance to people who need emergency relief services

Better Boys Foundation $5,000 f or support of direct assistance to people who need emergency relief services

Franciscan Outreach Association $5,000 f or support of direct assistance to people who need emergency relief services

Between Friends $7,000 f or support of direct assistance to people who need emergency relief services

Gads Hill Center $5,000 f or support of direct assistance to people who need emergency relief services

The Greater Chicago Food Depository received a grant from the Trust to provide nutritious food to its network of food banks, including the New Mount Calvary Missionary Baptist Church Food Pantry. Photo by Laura Witherow.

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Greater West Town Community Development Project $5,000 f or support of direct assistance to people who need emergency relief services

Between Friends $2,000 for support of direct assistance to working mothers and their children

John Howard Association of Illinois $65,000 to create a recidivism reduction project

Heartland Human Care Services $7,000 f or support of direct assistance to people who need emergency relief services

Connections for Abused Women and their Children $4,000 f or support of direct assistance to working mothers and their children

Juvenile Justice Initiative $50,000 f or general operating support

Inner Voice $2,000 for support of direct assistance to people who need emergency relief services

Healthcare Alternative Systems $7,000 f or support of direct assistance to working mothers and their children

Kinzie Industrial Development Corporation $7,000 f or support of direct assistance to people who need emergency relief services

Heartland Human Care Services $5,000 f or support of direct assistance to working mothers and their children

Kolbe House $5,000 f or support of direct assistance to people who need emergency relief services

Housing Opportunities for Women $5,000 f or support of direct assistance to working mothers and their children

Roosevelt University Institute for Metropolitan Affairs $50,000 f or the research on the intersection of substance-use policy and criminal justice

La Casa Norte $7,000 f or support of direct assistance to people who need emergency relief services

Inspiration Corporation $7,000 f or support of direct assistance to working mothers and their children

Safer Foundation $100,000 for advocacy of employment for ex-offenders

Lawndale Christian Health Center $5,000 f or support of direct assistance to people who need emergency relief services

Latinos Progresando $5,000 f or support of direct assistance to working mothers and their children

McDermott Center $7,000 f or support of direct assistance to people who need emergency relief services

Mujeres Latinas En Accion $9,000 f or support of direct assistance to working mothers and their children

TASC $80,000 f or the Illinois Association for Criminal Justice $84,000* t o facilitate programming to significantly reduce the population of the Cook County Jail

Night Ministry $3,000 f or support of direct assistance to people who need emergency relief services

Neopolitan Lighthouse $7,000 f or support of direct assistance to working mothers and their children

North Side Housing and Supportive Services $5,000 f or support of direct assistance to people who need emergency relief services Precious Blood Ministry of Reconciliation $5,000 f or support of direct assistance to people who need emergency relief services A Safe Haven Foundation $7,000 f or support of direct assistance to people who need emergency relief services Saint Pius V Church and School $7,000 f or support of direct assistance to people who need emergency relief services Salvation Army Metropolitan Division $5,000 f or support of direct assistance to people who need emergency relief services San Jose Obrero Mission $7,000 f or support of direct assistance to people who need emergency relief services Uhlich Children’s Advantage Network $5,000 f or support of direct assistance to people who need emergency relief services YMCA of Metropolitan Chicago $5,000 f or support of direct assistance to people who need emergency relief services Subtotal $140,000

Earling Working Mothers Fund Apna Ghar $5,000 f or support of direct assistance to working mothers and their children

A Safe Haven Foundation $2,000 for support of direct assistance to working mothers and their children Saint Pius V Church and School $2,000 for support of direct assistance to working mothers and their children Subtotal $60,000

Violence Prevention and Justice System Reform

Mikva Challenge Grant Foundation $7,500 to educate students and parents on the dangers of cyber bullying Police Executive Research Forum $25,000 for facilitation for the reform and reorganization of the Chicago Police Department

Thresholds $150,000 f or the Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office to defer prosecution of people with mental illness University of Illinois at Chicago School of Public Health $100,000 for CeaseFire Subtotal $1,096,500

toTAL Competitive HEALTH, HOUSING AND HUMAN SERVICES Grants $12,905,000

BUILD Incorporated $35,000 f or general operating support Cabrini Green Legal Aid $50,000 f or advocacy for employment for reentering offenders

*Grant made from the Searle Funds at The Chicago Community Trust

Chicago Appleseed Fund for Justice $50,000 f or the development of diversion courts for the Cook County judicial system Chicago Foundation for Women $100,000* to lead a systemwide effort to improve domestic violence services for the Chicago region Cook County Justice for Children $50,000 f or the implementation of citizen review panels that will advise and monitor juvenile justice in Cook County Enlace Chicago $100,000 for the Violence Prevention Collaborative Strategic Growth & Incorporation Plan

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Sones de MĂŠxico Ensemble, which promotes greater appreciation of Mexican folk and traditional music and culture, received a Trust grant to strengthen its staff and board operations. Photo courtesy of Sones de MĂŠxico Ensemble.

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The Hyde Park Art Center received a Trust grant to take part in the Pathways program, which offers free arts education to Chicago Public Schools students on the South Side. Photo courtesy of the Hyde Park Art Center.

Civic and Cultural Vitality

To maintain its status as a leading global city—which in turn reinforces economic development—Chicago must invest in the strength of its arts and nonprofit sectors, seek to improve the relationships among its increasingly diverse population and institute good government practices.

The Trust awarded a grant to Community Service Partners, which is a back-office collaboration of five nonprofits that serve people with developmental disabilities. They work together to save on administrative costs through joint purchasing and sharing fiscal, information technology and human resources. Here Ed Clarke (standing), the information technology director of Community Service Partners, provides IT support for the computer lab at SouthSTAR Services, a member of Community Service Partners. Photo courtesy of Community Service Partners.

The Trust helped fund the development of the City of Chicago Cultural Plan 2012. The City of Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events held town hall meetings throughout the year to get input from residents and other stakeholders in developing the new cultural plan. The plan, which was unveiled in October 2012, emphasizes enhancing access to the arts in the city’s neighborhoods and arts education.

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The Better Boys Foundation installed a digital music and film lab as part of the Arts Infusion Initiative, a Trust-funded program that brings arts education to at-risk teenagers. Photo by George Pfoertner.

The Chinese Fine Arts Society participates in the Trust’s SMART Growth Program, which helps small arts organizations strengthen their management capacity so they can effectively carry out their artistic mission, pay living wages to their artists and employees, and diversify their sources of revenue. Photo courtesy of the Chinese Fine Arts Society.

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Arts and Culture Arts Learning Art Resources in Teaching $50,000* f or the expansion of visual arts programs in underperforming schools Barrel of Monkeys Productions $40,000* f or an in-school arts learning program Better Boys Foundation $50,000* f or the purchase and installation of a digital music and film lab Black United Fund of Illinois $25,000 for participation in the Arts Infusion Initiative Cerqua Rivera Dance Theatre $35,000* f or participation in the Arts Infusion Initiative Changing Worlds $50,000* f or the expansion of its Literacy and Learning Connections program Chicago Children’s Choir $50,000* f or music education programs Chicago Dramatists $50,000* f or participation in the Arts Infusion Initiative Chicago Lights $50,000* f or participation in the Arts Infusion Initiative Chicago Park District $50,000 f or installation of a digital music and media lab at the South Shore Cultural Center EMBARC $25,000 to strengthen its web infrastructure and the arts and culture options available to students in at least three additional high-risk high schools First New Life Baptist Church $12,000 f or two concerts and related college admissions activities with the Fisk Choir and the Spellman Glee Club Free Spirit Media $50,000* f or participation in the Arts Infusion Initiative and the launch of the Global Girls Media program Free Street Programs $50,000* f or participation in the Arts Infusion Initiative

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Marwen Foundation $40,000* f or arts learning programs for youth Merit School of Music $25,000 for development and implementation of a curricular framework and student assessment methods Northwestern University Bienen School of Music $50,000* f or participation in the Arts Infusion Initiative Peace and Education Coalition of Back of the Yards, New City $65,000* for participation in the Arts Infusion Initiative Ray of Hope Center of the Arts $25,000 for participation in the Arts Infusion Initiative

Chicago Sinfonietta $75,000 for a series of Latino concerts and master classes in collaboration with community-based Latino organizations Chicago Theatre Group, dba Goodman Theatre $25,000 for the collaboration with the Albany Park Theater Project in the production of Home/Land Chicago West Community Music Center $30,000 f or collaboration with 2nd Story on a storytelling series in the Garfield Park community City of Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events $25,000 for Made in Chicago: World Class Jazz series of concerts in Millennium Park in summer 2012

South Chicago Art Center $30,000* for the School SmARTS program

Claretian Associates $35,000 f or participation in the Ten Thousand Ripples project in the South Chicago community

Storycatchers Theatre $40,000* f or participation in the Arts Infusion Initiative at the Cook County Juvenile Detention Center

Congo Square Theatre Company $50,000 f or The Nativity at Kennedy-King College in collaboration with Trinity United Church of Christ

University of Illinois at Chicago College of Architecture and the Arts $50,000* f or the Summer Jazz Academy

DuSable Museum of African American History $40,000 f or the Geoffrey and Carmen Exhibit and related programming

Urban Gateways $25,000 for professional development of staff and teaching artists

Garfield Park Conservatory Alliance $30,000 f or the arts and culture component of its strategic plan

Young Chicago Authors $50,000* f or participation in the Arts Infusion Initiative at the South Shore Consolidated High School and the Cook County Juvenile Temporary Detention Center

Gilloury Institute, dba Silk Road Rising $30,000 f or the theatre series in collaboration with the Ismaili community

Subtotal $1,187,000

Artistic and Cultural Diversity Albany Park Community Center $25,000 for the creation and production of Voices from the Front: Women at War in collaboration with Rivendell Theatre Albany Park Theater Project $25,000 for a partnership with the Goodman Theatre in the production of Home/Land and related programming

Governors State University Center for Performing Arts $50,000 f or the One More Night series Inner-City Muslim Action Network $75,000 for artistic programming at Community Cafés and Takin’ It to the Streets Festival Institute of Puerto Rican Arts and Culture $40,000 f or the “Trailer Park Proyect” Little City Foundation $30,000 f or the documentary Share My Kingdom and the implementation of the proposed marketing strategies for developmentally disabled artists Music Institute of Chicago $50,000 f or the Institute for Therapy through the Arts

Hyde Park Art Center $50,000* f or the Pathways arts learning programs

Auditorium Theatre of Roosevelt University $75,000 for the Music and Movement Festival, particularly the inclusion of emerging multicultural local companies

Jazz Institute of Chicago $60,000 f or The Chicago Community Trust Young Jazz Lions Stage at the 2012 Chicago Jazz Fest

Beverly Arts Center $60,000 for a theater series in collaboration with Porchlight Music Theatre and other emerging theaters

League of Chicago Theatres Foundation $50,000* f or the creation of advocacy pieces for theatre arts partners

Black Ensemble Theater $75,000 for Dancesical and related programming

Rivendell Theatre Ensemble $25,000 for the creation and production of Voices from the Front: Women at War in collaboration with the Albany Park Community Center

Literature for All of Us $40,000* f or participation in the Arts Infusion Initiative

Chicago Architecture Foundation $25,000 for the Neighborhood Voices Project in the South Shore community

Serendipity Theatre Collective (also known as 2nd Story) $15,000 for collaboration with the Chicago

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Thousands of young people who are illegally living in Illinois flocked to the DREAM Convention on August 15, 2012, at Navy Pier to apply for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, which would give them a two-year deferral from deportation and legal authorization to work. The event was held in support of the Development, Relief and Education of Alien Minors Act, also known as the DREAM Act, a bill introduced in Congress that would allow the children of undocumented parents to stay in the United States to continue their high school and college education and ultimately obtain citizenship. The Trust awarded a grant to the Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights to host the event. Photo by James Warden.

West Community Music Center in presenting a series of storytelling programs in the Garfield Park community

About Face Theatre Collective $40,000 f or participation in the SMART Growth Program

Chicago Dancing Company $40,000 f or participation in the SMART Growth Program

South Shore Chamber $20,000 f or arts and cultural activities and participation in Open House Chicago during 2013 in collaboration with the Chicago Architecture Foundation’s Neighborhood Voices program

Aguijón Theater $30,000 f or participation in the SMART Growth Program

Chicago Jazz Philharmonic $50,000 f or participation in the SMART Growth Program

archi-treasures $30,000 f or participation in the SMART Growth Program

Chinese Fine Arts Society $20,000 f or participation in the SMART Growth Program

Arts & Business Council of Chicago $40,000* f or consultation and coaching to up to 31 SMART Growth grant recipients

Clinard Dance Theatre $15,000 for participation in the SMART Growth Program

South Shore Opera Company $25,000 for the Fifth Anniversary Season South Side Community Art Center $50,000 f or participation in the AfriCOBRA Exhibition and related programming at its own facility Trinity United Church of Christ $35,000 f or The Nativity at Kennedy-King College in collaboration with Congo Square

Arts Alliance Illinois $90,000* f or its leadership in promoting analysis, awareness and use of the Cultural Vitality Indicators

contratiempo $20,000 f or participation in the SMART Growth Program

Baroque Band $35,000 f or participation in the SMART Growth Program

DanceWorks Chicago $40,000 f or participation in the SMART Growth Program

Subtotal $1,068,000

Chicago Artists’ Coalition $35,000 f or participation in the SMART Growth Program

Elastic Arts Foundation $25,000 for participation in the SMART Growth Program

Capacity Building for the Sector

The Chicago Community Foundation $250,000 f or support of the Arts Work Fund for Organizational Development

Ensemble Español Spanish Dance Theater $40,000 f or participation in the SMART Growth Program

16th Street Theater $25,000 for participation in the SMART Growth Program

Chicago Cultural Alliance $50,000 f or capacity-building work with community-based cultural organizations

Global Girls $20,000 f or participation in the SMART Growth Program

Union Street Gallery $17,000 f or a community engagement project

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Kartemquin Educational Films $35,000 f or participation in the SMART Growth Program Kuumba Lynx $50,000 f or participation in the SMART Growth Program Loyola University Chicago Department of Fine and Performing Arts $90,000 f or planning and implementation of knowledge-sharing and professional development for the teaching artists participating in the Trust’s Arts Infusion Initiative National Public Housing Museum $35,000 f or participation in the SMART Growth Program Pegasus Players $30,000 f or participation in the SMART Growth Program People’s Music School $40,000 f or participation in the SMART Growth Program Polish Museum of America $35,000 f or participation in the SMART Growth Program

Pros Arts Studio $40,000 f or participation in the SMART Growth Program Segundo Ruiz Belvis Cultural Center $40,000 f or participation in the SMART Growth Program Sones de México Ensemble $35,000 f or participation in the SMART Growth Program South Shore Drill Team & Performing Arts Ensemble $45,000 for participation in the SMART

Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art $35,000 f or participation in the SMART Growth Program University of Chicago Civic Knowledge Project $25,000 for a board training and placement program benefiting South Side arts and cultural organizations Vivian G. Harsh Society $20,000 f or participation in the SMART Growth Program Subtotal $1,540,000

Growth Program Street-Level Youth Media $50,000 f or participation in the SMART Growth Program Tellin’ Tales Theatre $15,000 for participation in the SMART Growth Program threewalls $25,000 for participation in the SMART Growth Program

To increase access to the arts, the Trust helped fund the Chicago Westside Music Festival, a series of free concerts this past summer that drew residents from all across metropolitan Chicago to the West Side. The lineup featured headliner Musiq Soulchild (pictured) as well as Chicago native Syleena Johnson, a Grammy Award-nominated R&B and soul singer, and many local singers and musicians. Photo by Caldo Media.

Responsive American Writers Museum Foundation $25,000 for Chicago site analysis and visitor engagement components of the feasibility study City of Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events $75,000 for support of The Works Theater Lab Series and 2012 Made in Chicago: World Class Jazz Projects Collector’s Club of Chicago $8,700 f or publication costs of Detained, Interned, Incarcerated: U.S. Enemy Noncombatant Mail in WWII by Louis Fiset Music and Dance Theater Chicago, Harris Theater for Music and Dance $25,000 for free tickets for youth and lowincome audiences National Parks Conservation Association $25,000 for the establishment and sustainable community support of the Pullman National Historic Park, Chicago’s first national park Subtotal $158,700

Civic Vitality Strengthen Nonprofit Performance and Public Sector Governance American Indian Health Service of Chicago $17,090 for the Community Planning Initiative Association of Fundraising Professionals Chicago Chapter $25,000 for the 2012 Annual Association of Fundraising Professionals luncheon The Chicago Community Foundation $1,000,000* f or the Trust’s Rescue and Stabilization Fund Chicago Council on Global Affairs $100,000* for the Midwest Coalition on Immigration project Chicago Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law $50,000 f or the Law Project

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Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning $100,000 for the MetroPulse website

Illinois Campaign for Political Reform $25,000 for the executive director transition

Chicago Metropolitan Battered Women’s Network $100,000* for the development of an ongoing evaluation system for domestic violence providers

Independent Sector $15,000 for general operating support

Chicago United $25,000 for the BoardLink database Chicago Youth Centers $24,250 t o develop recommendations for effecting cost savings through partnership with Family Focus Christopher House $132,000* f or the expansion of the human services data share project City of Chicago Department of Housing and Economic Development $25,000 for staff training programs Civic Consulting Alliance $200,000* for general operating support

Interfaith Housing Center of the Northern Suburbs $10,000 for the mission review and organizational rebranding Local Initiatives Support Corporation $27,000 f or the 19th Annual Chicago Neighborhood Development Awards and, specifically, The Chicago Community Trust Outstanding Community Strategy of the Year award Lumity $50,000* f or services to the nonprofit sector and to redesign programs to provide technology consulting for nonprofits Metro Chicago Information Center $25,000 to assist with making an orderly closure of its operation

Community Foundation of Northern Illinois Alliance of Illinois Community Foundations $25,000 for the collaborative efforts of community foundations statewide on behalf of the Alliance of Illinois Community Foundations

Metropolitan Family Services $125,000 f or the Chicago Alliance for Youth Success program $25,000 for the transition of human service programs from Hull House to Metropolitan Family Services

Community Renewal Society $60,000 f or its merger with Protestants for the Common Good

Oak Park-River Forest Community Foundation $50,000* f or a plan to develop back-office savings for area nonprofit organizations

Community Service Partners $60,000 f or strategies to obtain cost savings for member organizations

One Hope United $24,000 for a possible merger with another service provider

Connections for the Homeless $40,000 f or the development of its corporate contributors base

P.A.S.O. - West Suburban Action Project $25,000 for the Infrastructure Strengthening Project

Council on Foundations $45,000 for general operating support

Roosevelt Institute $25,000 for the Roosevelt Raises project

Donors Forum $60,000 f or program support $5,000 f or the Chicago African Americans in Philanthropy 2012 Handy L. Lindsey, Jr. Lecture Sponsorship

SOS Children’s Villages Illinois $25,000 for a merger with Boys Town Chicago

Emergency Fund $100,000 for activities facilitating its merger with the Chicago Alliance to End Homelessness Executive Service Corps of Chicago $50,000 f or technical assistance to nonprofits in the Chicago region Foundation Center $7,500 for general operating support FSG $10,000 f or a study on the strategic value of donor advised funds for The Chicago Community Trust Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada $50,400 for the State of Illinois’ implementation of innovative budgeting practices

Taproot Foundation $50,000* f or a needs assessment of the mental health service provider sector and to develop a plan to secure pro bono assistance to meet the needs identified Uhlich Children’s Advantage Network $25,000 for the transition of human service programs from Hull House United Way of Metropolitan Chicago $57,500 for the development of a human services analysis database University of Illinois at Chicago College of Urban Planning $25,000 for the launch of a participatory budgeting process across several Chicago wards Voices for Illinois Children $25,000 for the Fiscal Policy Center

Leadership Development Latino Policy Forum $125,000 f or the Latino nonprofit leadership development program Leadership Greater Chicago $75,000 for the class of 2013 fellows Subtotal $200,000

Human Relations Amnesty International USA $25,000 to build its profile and network in Chicago The Chicago Community Foundation $200,000 for advised grant making by the African American Legacy Board of Advisors $145,000 f or the DREAMers Fund at The Chicago Community Foundation $200,000 for advised grant making by the Nuestro Futuro Steering Committee Coalition for a Better Chinese American Community $25,000 to develop a quality-of-life plan for Chinatown at the occasion of Chinatown’s centennial observation Housing Choice Partners of Illinois $100,000 for the Chicago Regional Housing Choice Initiative Human Rights Watch $5,000 f or general operating support Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights $25,000 for the DREAM Convention Subtotal $725,000

Special Initiatives The Lake County Community Foundation $300,000 for general operating support and grant making The Will County Community Foundation $250,000 f or general operating support and grant making Subtotal $550,000

toTAL Competitive CIVIC AND CULTURAL VITALITY Grants $8,373,440 *Grant made from the Searle Funds at The Chicago Community Trust

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The Trust is working with the Openlands Project and the Forest Preserve District of Cook County to develop the Next Century Conservation Plan, which will guide open space conservation in Chicago. Photo courtesy of the Forest Preserve District of Cook County.

Sustainable Development

In a time of environ足 mental challenges and increasing global competition for resources, The Chicago Community Trust invests in sustain足able develop足 ment strategies, including living in balance with the natural environment, reducing energy use, developing clean energy resources, promoting water conservation and effectively adapting to climate change.

With support from the Trust, the Calumet Green Infrastructure Project will transform 15,000 acres of open space into a public destination that offers public recreation opportunities for residents in the South Side of Chicago and southern suburbs while also supporting ecological biodiversity. Photo by Mike MacDonald Photography/www.ChicagoNature.com.

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Community-Based Practices to Promote Sustainable Development Active Transportation Alliance $75,000 for the Complete Streets Campaign Developing Communities Project $50,000 f or the Red Line Extension Campaign Renaissance Collaborative $75,000 for the Bronzeville Retail Initiative Seven Generations Ahead $55,000 for implementation of the priority measures of PlanItGreen Village of Park Forest $75,000 for first-year implementation of Growing Green Subtotal $330,000

Sustainable Development Research Policy, Advocacy and Technical Assistance Alliance for the Great Lakes $59,000* for the Compact Era Conservation Project Center for Neighborhood Technology $175,000* for implementation of the Prospering in Place: Linking Jobs, Development and Transit to Spur Chicago’s Economy project Chicago Wilderness Trust $126,735* for the Calumet Green Infrastructure Project Congress for the New Urbanism $70,750* for Designing Walkable Urban Thoroughfares Girl Scouts of Greater Chicago and Northwest Indiana $80,000* f or the Girl Scouts GO TO 2040 project Loyola University Chicago $90,000* f or the Institutional Food Waste Composting Project

The Trust is working with municipalities and neighborhoods to develop the infrastructure for sustainability, such as retrofitting buildings for energy efficiency and water conservation.

Metropolitan Mayors Caucus $100,000* for the Sustainability Collaboratives Project Metropolitan Planning Council $150,000* f or the Regional Livability Project OpenPlans $25,000 for the Streetsblog Chicago U.S. Green Building Council - Illinois Chapter $60,000* for the Green Communities Program Subtotal $936,485

Protect Natural Resources and the Environment Chicago Neighborhood Initiative $10,000 f or a feasibility study for comprehensive development of the Lake Calumet Region Friends of Ryerson Woods $75,000 for development of an effective outreach program for minority communities Friends of the Forest Preserves $75,000 for strengthening its volunteer program and expanding the Conservation

Because mass transit is fundamental to local and regional sustainability, the Trust supports the extension of the Red Line train route from 95th Street to Chicago’s southern boundary at 130th Street.

Leadership Corps Openlands Project $306,500* f or the development of the Next Century Conservation Plan in collaboration with the Cook County Forest Preserve Subtotal $466,500

toTAL Competitive SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT Grants $1,732,985 *Grant made from the Searle Funds at The Chicago Community Trust

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The Business of Science As a panelist at the IndEx conference, Andrew Cittadine (second from l.), president and CEO of American BioOptics and a partici­pant in the PROPEL Center program, shared how PROPEL helped him take his diagnostic technology from the bench to an effective out-licensing deal while avoiding intellectual property pitfalls along the way. Photo courtesy of the iBIO Institute.

The Searle Funds at The Chicago Community Trust helps life sciences companies succeed in metropolitan Chicago—ultimately strengthening the region’s economy. When life sciences entrepreneurs sought guidance and support on how to turn novel ideas into successful businesses, there weren’t many resources to access for help. That was until the iBIO Institute launched the PROPEL Center in 2007 with the mission to increase “the number of life sciences start-ups in Illinois and boost the success rates of existing companies.” Through an expansive series of programs, PROPEL so far has supported over 75 companies since its launch five years ago— with about 46 firms that are still active. They have developed pioneering technologies and medical products, ranging from biological drugs to medical imaging devices that can detect cancer during surgery. Nearly 50 patents have been issued so far. 36

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“These companies are critical to re-engineering our economy,” says David Miller, president and chef executive officer of the iBIO Institute. “And we need to have more good ideas brought forward.” Game-Changing Support Thanks to more than $500,000 in grants from the Searle Funds at The Chicago Community Trust, PROPEL has been able to expand its efforts and meet its mission in advancing the number of early-stage and existing life sciences and biotechnology entrepreneurs. It also was able to continue its extensive support for the firms currently in the program.


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For the Searle family, the center has created a platform for game-changing technologies that will maintain Chicago’s role as an industry leader. “As longtime champions of the biomedical industry in Chicago, we recognized a critical gap in supporting cutting-edge science that the iBIO Institute and the PROPEL Center fills,” says Karie Thomson, a member of the Searle family who serves as a consultant to the Searle Funds at The Chicago Community Trust. “By providing much-needed direct assistance and capacity building, the center positions leading life sciences entrepreneurs to scale their innovative achievements, which has ripple effects across Chicago’s biomedical industry and strengthens the regional economy as a whole.” Building Momentum With the Searle funding, PROPEL expanded its staff and resources to assist its budding companies. The center, for instance, introduced in October 2012 a new grant program to aid PROPEL companies in applying for and obtaining federal awards through the Small Business Innovation Research program and/or its parallel Small Business Technology Transfer program. The Searle grants, most importantly, attracted funding from other sources—including the Illinois Department of Commerce

and Economic Opportunity and major life sciences corporations, such as Abbott Laboratories, Baxter International Inc. and Takeda Pharmaceuticals Inc. “The Searle funding continued to build momentum for the center,” says Barbara Goodman, senior vice president of PROPEL. “When I talk about building momentum, this is something that the community is invested in, and we are now seeing the snowball effect. There’s a growing, exciting life sciences entrepreneurial community in the Chicago area.” Over the last five years, the center has been able to recruit an expansive number of volunteers from the business community. They’re seasoned entrepreneurs who help participants refine their business strategies through one-on-one coaching as well as the hundreds of executives and active investors who participate in workshop panels and roundtable discussions. Topics have included how to strengthen the investor pitch, use the angel investment tax credit program and set the stage for investment. They also judge the annual business plan competition, offering feedback to all of the participants. For many of the entrepreneurs currently involved, the support has been vital to developing their products and getting it on the market. “The most helpful was connecting us with others who could guide us to the next step and help us to get to the point where we could attract outside investors, angel funding and set us up for the next subsequent stage of development,” says Dr. Erik Kulstad, co-founder and chief executive officer of Advanced Cooling Therapy, LLC. Scientific Breakthroughs Kulstad, who won PROPEL’s 2012 business plan competition, created a medical device that controls patients’ temperatures in a noninvasive manner and increases their chances of recovery. His idea came about while working in emergency medicine at Christ Hospital in Oak Lawn. It’s in the final development stages, and he hopes to have it on the market in 2013. “I don’t think I would be here talking about our company if I didn’t have that support from PROPEL,” he says. Also, two firms so far have successfully reached the key mile­ stone for start-ups, known as the liquidity event in the business world. That’s typically when investors and business owners

Dr. Erik Kulstad, co-founder and CEO of Advanced Cooling Therapy, LLC, won the 2012 PROPEL Business Plan Competition. He created a medical device that controls patients’ temperatures in a noninvasive manner and increases their chances of recovery. Photo courtesy of the iBIO Institute.

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Searle Scholars The Searle Scholars Program was designed and created by the Searle family in 1980 to nurture creative talent in scientific research. Since its inception, the program has been supported by the charitable lead trusts established under the wills of John G. and Francis C. Searle, which emphasize supporting research in medicine, chemistry and biological science. The family selected The Chicago Community Trust as the organization to which it would make distributions from the Searle Family Trust to support the Searle Scholars Program. Approximately 15 percent of the funds come from the Searle Funds at The Chicago Community Trust. The other 85 percent of the funds come from the annual grants recommended by Searle family representatives and approved by the trustees of the Searle family trusts. The Searle Scholars Program is administered by a distin­ guished scientist selected by the Searle family. He appoints an advisory board of eminent scientists who choose the Searle Scholars based on rigorous standards aimed at finding the most creative talent interested in pursuing an academic research career. Since the program began in 1980, 512 Searle Scholars have been named. Approximately 10 percent have been inducted into the National Academy of Sciences. Fifteen Searle Scholars have been recognized with the MacArthur Fellowship, known as the “genius grant.” And a Searle Scholar has even been awarded the Nobel Prize for Chemistry.

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The 2012 scholars and their institutions are listed below. Each institution will receive $300,000 over three years in research support for each Searle Scholar. The total amount awarded this year was $4.5 million, which brings the value of all awards since 1980 to more than $106.6 million. To learn more about the Searle Scholars and their research projects, please visit www.searlescholars.net.

2012 Searle Scholars and Sponsoring Institutions Emily P. Balskus Harvard University

Cristopher M. Niell University of Oregon

Jesse D. Bloom Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center

Daniel K. Nomura University of California, Berkeley

Clifford P. Brangwynne Princeton University

Daniel M. Rosenbaum University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas

Mark M. Churchland Columbia University

Susumu Takahashi University of Southern California

Elissa A. Hallem University of California, Los Angeles

David M. Tobin Duke University

Daniel J. Kronauer The Rockefeller University Katja A. Lamia The Scripps Research Institute

Miguel A. Zaratiegui-Biurrun Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey Feng Zhang Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Gaby Maimon The Rockefeller University

can exit their initial ventures and put their companies on the market to realize the return on their investments. One of those companies was American BioOptics, which develops diagnostic tools to identify patients at high risk for colon cancer. In 2010, an international medical device company acquired a majority of American BioOptics.

Cittadine has since moved on to head the medical imaging company Diagnostic Photonics, which has developed a device that allows doctors to detect the location of cancer during surgery. It’s actively on trial at three medical facilities, including at Carle Foundation Hospital in Urbana, Ill. Next year the trial will be expanded to at least six medical facilities.

CEO Andrew Cittadine attributes the company’s progression to “our outstanding group of mentors”—one of whom was William Moffitt, president and CEO of Nanosphere, Inc., a leader in the development and commercialization of advanced molecular diagnostics systems. “It was invaluable to have that personal group and reference point in the industry,” says Cittadine.

“Because of iBIO and PROPEL, the life sciences and medical device industry as a whole has made significant progress,” Cittadine says.

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Grants Made from the Searle Funds at The Chicago Community Trust For more than 40 years, the Searle Funds at The Chicago Community Trust has been an integral part of the Trust and its grant making. These funds support research in medicine, chemistry and biological science; scientific and educational activities in the field of health; economic development; the environment; and education. Access Community Health Network ACCION Chicago Alliance for the Great Lakes Angelic Organics Learning Center Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago Art Resources in Teaching Arts & Business Council of Chicago Arts Alliance Illinois Aunt Martha’s Youth Service Center Barrel of Monkeys Productions Better Boys Foundation Big Shoulders Fund Cara Program Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Chicago Center for Economic Progress Center for Neighborhood Technology Cerqua Rivera Art Experience Changing Worlds Chicago Career Tech Chicago Children’s Choir The Chicago Community Foundation Chicago Community Loan Fund Chicago Council on Global Affairs Chicago Dramatists Chicago Family Health Center Chicago Foundation for Women Chicago Jobs Council Chicago Lights Chicago Metropolitan Battered Women’s Network Chicago Metropolitan Housing Development Corporation Chicago Urban League Chicago Wilderness Trust Chicago Workforce Investment Council Chicagoland Lutheran Educational Foundation Children First Fund/CPS Chinese American Service League Christopher House Civic Consulting Alliance Columbia University Community Renewal Society Congress for the New Urbanism CORE Foundation DePaul University Duke University Enlace Chicago Erie Family Health Center Field Museum of Natural History Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center Free Spirit Media Free Street Programs Gary Comer Youth Center Girl Scouts of Greater Chicago and Northwest Indiana Greater Chicago Food Depository Growing Home Growing Power

Harborquest

Lumity

Harvard College

Marwen Foundation

Heartland Human Care Services

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Hyde Park Art Center

Mercy Housing Lakefront

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Metropolis Strategies

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Metropolitan Mayors Caucus

Illinois Public Health Institute

Metropolitan Planning Council

Ingenuity Incorporated Chicago Kinship Foundation Latino Union of Chicago Lawndale Christian Health Center League of Chicago Theatres Foundation Literature for All of Us Loyola University Chicago Loyola University Chicago Center for Math and Science Education Loyola University Chicago School of Education

Northwestern University Northwestern University Bienen School of Music Northwestern University Office of Sponsored Research Oak Park-River Forest Community Foundation Oakton Community College Openlands Project Peace and Education Coalition of Back of the Yards, New City Princeton University

With support from the Searle Funds at The Chicago Community Trust, the Gary Comer Youth Center is encouraging healthy eating and physical activity with projects like a rooftop garden, where youth and adults grow herbs and vegetables. Photo by Kira Kurka.

Research Institute of Scripps Clinic Restaurant Opportunities Center United Rockefeller University Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey Sinai Urban Health Institute South Chicago Art Center Storycatchers Theatre Taproot Foundation TASC Teach for America University of Chicago School of Social Service Administration University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas U.S. Green Building Council – Illinois Chapter University of California University of California, Berkeley University of California, Santa Cruz University of Chicago Center for Elementary Math and Science Education University of Chicago Chapin Hall Center for Children University of Illinois at Chicago College of Architecture and the Arts University of Illinois at Chicago College of Education University of Illinois at Chicago Learning Sciences Research Institute University of Illinois Medical Center University of Oregon University of Southern California Upwardly Global Voices for Illinois Children Westside Health Authority Women Employed Institute World Business Chicago Young Chicago Authors

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A Donor’s Story

The Art of Healing Jean Cozier helps abuse survivors heal through creative expression.

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“It’s nice to know that if I’m in a quandary or need some new thoughts or I need a question answered, I can always turn to the Trust. I feel supported by the Trust, which has the [philanthropic] expertise that I don’t have.” – Jean Cozier When you meet Jean Cozier, she immediately makes you feel comfortable with her vibrant personality, infectious laughter and beaming smile. This longtime donor to The Chicago Community Trust draws on that positive energy to tackle a taboo topic that she is all too familiar with. A survivor of childhood sexual abuse, Cozier uses her donor advised fund at the Trust to support the Awakenings Foundation, an organization she founded to help victims of sexual abuse and rape use art to heal from their trauma while bringing awareness to the problem. “I’m trying to get people to open up their eyes and get real about how widespread sexual abuse is and how horrific it is and how hard it is to heal from it,” says Cozier, president and founder of the Awakenings Foundation. Cathartic Experience The Awakenings Foundation supports the healing of survivors of sexual abuse and rape as they explore their feelings through artistic expression, such as painting, writing and music. The foundation’s center and gallery in Ravenswood provides a safe haven for these artists to share their stories and showcase their work. It displays a collection of paintings, drawings, sculptures and multimedia pieces created by survivors of sexual violence. In addition, the foundation hosts special exhibits, performances and workshops at its gallery space and venues throughout the city. Awakenings also administers the Judith Dawn Memorial Fund for the Arts, a scholarship program for sexual assault survivors who wish to pursue the creative arts as a means of healing. Cozier established the program in memory of her cousin, Judith Dawn Hickey, an incest survivor. Before she died in 1998 from colon cancer, Hickey had taken art classes and discovered art was therapeutic for her. She painted more than 300 canvases in one year. “It really just exploded out of her. She was incredibly prolific,” says Cozier, who wrote a book about Hickey’s journey to survival called Dear Judith. “So I was able to see what it had done for her and how it helped heal her and empower her.” “It’s not really about professional art education,” she adds. “It’s about giving a survivor a chance to find a voice and do something creative that can also be healing at the same time.” Creative Collaboration Since opening in 2010, Awakenings has cultivated a nurturing environment for many local artists, musicians and writers

to create and share their work. But it wasn’t easy for the foundation to get to this point, especially at the beginning. When she began the process of creating Awakenings in 2009, Cozier wanted to support it through her donor advised fund at the Trust, but legal regulations prohibit grant making organizations from accepting donations from donor advised funds. So Cozier and her attorney worked with the Trust staff for about a year to create Awakenings as a private operating foundation, a legal entity that would allow her to fund the foundation through her donor advised fund. “The Trust helped me set up something that works the way I wanted it to,” she says. Cozier is now able to use her fund at the Trust to provide general operating support for Awakenings. In addition, she will con­ tinue to support nonprofits and programs that offer healing and advocacy services through the fund. By working with the Trust to administer her donor advised fund, Cozier can devote more time to carrying out Awakenings’ mission. “Everything I do with my donor advised fund is aimed at heal­ing from sexual abuse. I don’t get too much involved in lobbying and advocacy. I’m not a therapist. I don’t know how to prevent it and make it stop,” Cozier says. “But I know a lot about healing because I’m a survivor myself. I know a lot about what you can do if you sit down and write about it or if you sit down and draw it, if you sing about it. I know how that can empower people. So that’s what I try to concentrate on.” 2012 Annual Report

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Donor Advised Grants Hundreds of people, families, institutions and corporations partner with The Chicago Community Trust, using our expertise and services to ensure their charitable giving is meaningful and effective. Following are the nonprofit organizations that received grants from the Trust’s donor advised funds in 2012. For more information about our donor advised fund program or how you can collaborate with the Trust in your giving, please visit www.cct.org. 1000 Friends of Florida 3Arts 4P-Support Group 8th Day Center for Justice 826CHI

A About Face Theatre Collective Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library Foundation Abraham Low Self-Help Systems Abraham Path Initiative Academy for Urban School Leadership Access Living of Metropolitan Chicago ACCION Chicago ACLU Foundation Acres Active Transportation Alliance Addolorata Villa Foundation Adenoid Cystic Carcinoma Organization International Adler Planetarium Adler School of Professional Psychology Adoption Alliance Adult and Child Rehabilitation Center for McHenry County Advance Illinois Advocate Charitable Foundation Advocate Good Shepherd Hospital Advocate Safehouse Project Africa Network for Animal Welfare African Wildlife Foundation AFS-USA After School Matters Agudath Israel of America AIDS Foundation of Chicago AKArama Foundation, Theta Omega Chapter Akiba-Schechter Jewish Day School Alain Locke Initiative Albany Park Theater Project Albemarle Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Aldo Leopold Foundation Aleh Negev Foundation Aleph Institute Alexian Brothers Health System Foundation Algonquin-Lake in the Hills Interfaith Food Pantry All Faiths Food Bank Foundation All Stars Project Allendale Association Alliance for Early Childhood Alliance for Excellence District 65 Foundation Alliance for the Great Lakes Alpha Chi Omega Foundation Alpharetta Presbyterian Church Alzheimer’s Association Alzheimer’s Association Greater Illinois Chapter Alzheimer’s Association Central Illinois Chapter

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Am Shalom Am Yisrael Conservative Congregation American Academy of Arts and Sciences American Associates Ben-Gurion University of the Negev American Association of University Women Educational Foundation American Bible Society American Cancer Society American Cancer Society Eastern Division American Cancer Society Illinois Division American Cancer Society Midwest Division American Civil Liberties Union Foundation American Committee for Shaare Zedek Hospital in Jerusalem American Committee for the Weizmann Institute of Science American Conservatory Theatre Foundation American Council on Renewable Energy American Diabetes Association American Endowment Foundation American Foundation for Suicide Prevention American Friends of Meir Panim American Friends of Puah

American Friends of Shalva Israel American Friends of the Bet El Yeshiva Center American Friends of The Hebrew University American Friends of the Tel Aviv Museum of Art American Friends of Yad Eliezer American Friends of Yeshivas Bircas HaTorah American Friends Service Committee American Heart Association American India Foundation American Indian College Fund American Institute for Cancer Research American Israel Friendship League American Jewish Committee American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee American Jewish World Service American Junior Golf Association American Lung Association of Minnesota American National Red Cross American Players Theatre of Wisconsin American Prairie Foundation American Precision Museum Association American Public Media/Minnesota Public Radio American Red Cross Central Arizona Chapter

Avenues to Independence provides homes, jobs and community living programs to adults with disabilities in metropolitan Chicago. Photo courtesy of Avenues to Independence.


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American Red Cross Fox River Chapter American Red Cross of Greater Chicago American Red Cross Illinois Valley Chapter American Red Cross - Lee County Chapter American Red Cross - Twin Cities Area Chapter American Refugee Committee American Society for Technion - Israel Institute of Technology American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals American Society for the Protection of Nature in Israel American Society for the Royal Botanic Gardens-Kew American Society for Yad Vashem American Sports Institute American University of Armenia Americans for a Safe Israel Americans for Oxford AmeriCares Foundation Amherst College Amnesty International USA Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Association Indiana Chapter Anderson Center for Interdisciplinary Studies Angel Charity for Children Angelic Organics Learning Center Animal Birth Control of Martin County Animal Legal Defense Fund Animal Welfare Institute Anshe Emet Synagogue Anne Franke Center USA Anti-Cruelty Society Anti-Defamation League Antiquarian Society of the Art Institute of Chicago Aquinas Institute of Rochester Archbold Foundation Archdiocese of Boston Archdiocese of Chicago Archdiocese of Chicago Priests’ Retirement and Mutual Aid Association Archdiocese of Saint Paul and Minneapolis Arise Africa Arizona Community Foundation Arizona Literacy and Learning Center Arizona Musicfest Arizona Science Center ARK ARKive/Wildscreen USA Arkwild Around-n-Over Arrowhead Ranch Art Institute of Chicago Art Resources in Teaching Arthritis Foundation Arthritis Foundation, Northern California Chapter Artists for a New South Africa ArtReach at Lillstreet Arts & Business Council of Chicago Arts Alliance Illinois As Good as Gold - Golden Retriever Rescue of Northern Illinois Ascension Catholic School Ashburn Lutheran Church and School Asheville Humane Society Ashoka Aspen Center for Environmental Studies

Assembly of God Steamboat Christian Center Assist Her Associated Alumnae and Alumni of the Sacred Heart Associated Colleges of Illinois Associated Talmud Torahs of Chicago Association for the Prevention of Family Violence Association House of Chicago Association of Community Employment Programs for the Homeless Association of Professional Ball Players of America Astraea Foundation Atlantic Salmon Federation Attention Auburn Theological Seminary Auditorium Theatre of Roosevelt University Audubon Chicago Region Audubon of Florida Augustana College Augustinian Provincialate Aurora Foundation Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary Austin Revel Autism Puzzle Foundation Autism Society of America Autism Speaks Autistry Studios Ava’s Heart Avenues to Independence Avon Products Foundation

B Bailiwick Chicago Bainbridge Island One Call for All Bank of America Charitable Gift Fund Baptist Memorial Health Care Foundation Bard College Barker Foundation Barnard College Barrier Island Group for the Arts Barry University Bay Area Electric Railway Association Bay Area Rescue Mission Richmond Rescue Mission BEDS PLUS CARE Behind the Book Benedictine College Benedictine Sisters of Chicago Benilde-St. Margaret’s Bennington College Benton Harbor Promise Foundation Best Buddies Illinois Best Buddies Indiana Best Friends Animal Society Beth David Reform Congregation Beth El Synagogue Beth Emet Bethany United Church of Christ Bethel New Life Bethlehem Academy Bethlehem Farm Bethshan Association A Better Chicago Better Government Association Beverly Area Planning Association Beverly Arts Center Beverly Farm Foundation

Bible Teaching Resources Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Miami Big Brothers Big Sisters of McHenry County Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metropolitan Chicago Big Cat Rescue Big Dance Theater Big Shoulders Fund Birth Center Birthright Israel Foundation Birthright of Cedar Rapids Bishop Anderson House Black AIDS Institute Black Enterprise B.R.I.D.G.E. Foundation for the Advancement of Black Males Blacksmith Institute Blake School Blazesports America Blue Sky Inn Blues Kids Foundation Boardroom Bound Services Boca Raton Community Hospital Foundation Bonita Springs Assistance Office Boomer Esiason Foundation Boston College Fund Boulder Community Hospital Foundation Boulder County RSVP Board Boundless Readers Boy Scouts of America Chicago Area Council Boy Scouts of America Illowa Council Boy Scouts of America Northeast Illinois Council Boys and Girls Clubs of Chicago Boys Hope Girls Hope of Chicago Boys Scouts of America Longs Peak Council Boys Town Jerusalem Foundation of America Boys Town Louisiana Bradley Foundation Bradley University Brady Center To Prevent Gun Violence Brain Research Foundation Brand New Beginnings Brandeis University Bravo Colorado Music Festival Bread for the World Institute Breast Cancer Research Foundation Brett Armin Sarcoma Foundation Bridge Communities Bridge House Bridge School Bridge to Success Brightest Horizon Child Development Center Bringing Hope, Home of Hope Texas Britney Gengels Poorest of the Poor Fund Be Like Brit Broadway Cares-Equity Fights Aids Broadway Housing Communities Bronx Museum of the Arts Brooklyn Academy of Music Brooks School Brother Rice High School Brown University Bruce-Guadalupe Elementary School United Community Center Bryant University Buck Institute for Age Research Buckingham Brown and Nichols School Buckley School in the City of New York

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Buffalo Bill Historical Center Buffalo Bill Memorial Association BUILD Incorporated Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists Buoniconti Fund to Cure Paralysis Busch Wildlife Sanctuary

C Cabrini Green Legal Aid Cafe of Life California Institute of Technology California League of Middle Schools Call to Action Calvary Evangelical Free Church Cambodian Childrens Fund Cambridge in America Camelot Therapeutic Horsemanship Camp Bauercrest Camp Courageous of Iowa Camping & Education Foundation Campus Crusade for Christ Canavan Research Illinois Cancer Wellness Center Canine Companions for Independence Cardinal Shehan Center CARE Carepoint Adult, Child and Family Association Carey Rose Winski Memorial Foundation CaringBridge Caris Pregnancy Clinics Carleton College Carmel Catholic High School Carmelites of Reno Carnegie Mellon University Carole Robertson Center for Learning Carrillo Elementary School Parent Teacher Organization Carrollton Public Library Carter Center Casa Central CASA Lake County Case Western Reserve University Catalina Island Museum Catalyst Chicago The Community Renewal Society Catherine Cook School Catholic Answers Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Boston Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Chicago Catholic Charities, USA Catholic Church Extension Society Catholic Relief Services Catholic Theological Union at Chicago Cato Institute Caumsett Foundation Cause Effective Cedar Rapids City Market Cedar Rapids Community Schools District Foundation Cedar Rapids Public Library Foundation Cedars-Sinai Medical Center Celebration Community Church Centegra Health System Foundation Center for Bioethics and Human Dignity Center for Citizen Leadership Center for Conflict Resolution Center for Constitutional Rights Center for Economic Progress Center for Enriched Living

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Center for Independent Futures Center for Jewish Community Studies Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs Center for Jewish History Center for Labor and Community Research Center for Reproductive Rights Center for Science in the Public Interest Center for Social Inclusion Center for Urban Transformation Center for Victims of Torture Center of the American Experiment Center on Halsted Centers for New Horizons Central Fund of Israel Central Indiana Community Foundation The Indianapolis Foundation Central Institute for the Deaf Central Presbyterian Church CEO 4 Teens Chai LifeLine Challenge Foundation Academy Champaign County Historical Museum Champaign County YMCA Changing Worlds Chapman University Charities Aid Foundation America (CAFAmerica) Charles A. Tindley Accelerated School Chatham Hall Cherokee Strip Land Rush Museum Chevy Chase Presbyterian Church Chicago Academy for the Arts Chicago Academy High School Chicago Academy of Sciences/The Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum Chicago Alliance Against Sexual Exploitation Chicago Architecture Foundation Chicago Arts Partnerships in Education Chicago Canine Rescue Foundation Chicago Center for Jewish Genetic Disorders Chicago Center for Spiritual Living Bodhi Spiritual Center Chicago Chamber Musicians Chicago Chesed Fund Chicago Child Care Society Chicago Children’s Advocacy Center Chicago Children’s Choir Chicago Children’s Museum Chicago Christian Industrial League Chicago Classical Recording Foundation Chicago Coalition for the Homeless Chicago Commons Association Chicago Council on Global Affairs Chicago Council on Science and Technology Chicago Cubs Charities Chicago Dance Crash Chicago Dancing Company Chicago Foundation for Education Chicago Foundation for Women Chicago Hearing Society Lester and Rosalie Anixter Center Chicago High School for the Arts Chicago History Museum Chicago Hope Academy Chicago Horticultural Society Chicago Botanic Garden Chicago House and Social Service Agency Chicago Humanities Festival Chicago International Charter School

Chicago Jesuit Academy Chicago Legal Clinic Chicago Lighthouse for People Who Are Blind or Visually Impaired Chicago Loop Synagogue Chicago Metro History Education Center Chicago Metropolitan Battered Women’s Network Chicago Opera Theater Chicago Photography Center Chicago Public Education Fund Chicago Public Library Foundation Chicago Public Media WBEZ Chicago Public Radio Chicago Public Schools Ninos Heroes Elementary Academic Center Chicago Public Schools Board of Education Chicago Religious Leadership Network on Latin America Chicago Reporter Chicago Scholars Foundation - Scholarship Chicago Chicago Shakespeare Theater Chicago Sinfonietta Chicago State University Foundation Chicago Sunday Evening Club Chicago Symphony Orchestra Chicago Theatre Group, Goodman Theatre Chicago Theological Seminary Chicago Urban League Chicago Volunteer Legal Services Foundation Chicago Wilderness Trust Chicago Women in Trades Chicago Women’s Health Center Chicago Youth Centers Chicago Youth Symphony Orchestras Chicago Zoological Society Chicagoland Entrepreneurial Center Chicagoland Lutheran Educational Foundation Chikaming Open Lands Child Advocacy Center of McHenry County Childcare Network of Evanston Children at the Crossroads Foundation Children of Fallen Soldiers Relief Fund Children of the Night Foundation Children’s Brittle Bone Foundation Children’s Bureau of Southern California Children’s Defense Fund Children’s Heart Foundation Children’s Home Children’s Home and Aid Society of Illinois Children’s Hospital Colorado Foundation Children’s Hospital of Chicago Foundation Children’s Hunger Fund Children’s Hunger Relief Fund Children’s Miracle Network Children’s Movement of Florida The Early Childhood Initiative Foundation Children’s Museum of Phoenix Children’s Oncology Services Children’s Tumor Foundation Children’s Village of Jerusalem ChildServ Choate Rosemary Hall Christ Church Christ Church Lake Forest Christ for Life Ministry Christ the King Jesuit College Preparatory School Christ the King Parish


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Christian Aid Mission Christian Brothers of Illinois Christian Camps for Inner-City Youth Christian Compassion Ministries Christian Union Christians for Fair Witness on the Middle East Christopher House Christopher Murphy Foundation Church of Christ the King Church of Holy Apostles Church of St. Mary Church of the Ascension Church of the Assumption Church of the Holy Spirit Church of the Mediator CircEsteem Circle Urban Ministries CISPES Education Fund Citizen’s Committee for Children of New York Citizens United for Research in Epilepsy City Harvest City of Hope National Medical Center and Beckman Research Institute City of South Haven City Year Citymeals-On-Wheels CityWILD Civic Consulting Alliance Civic Federation CLAL - The National Jewish Center for Learning and Leadership Claremont McKenna College Clark University Clarke University of Dubuque Iowa Classical South Florida Clearbrook Center Clubcorp Employee Partner Assistance Fund Cluster Tutoring Program CoachArt Coalition for the Homeless Coalition to Salute America’s Heroes Coe College Coexistence Cohen Hillel Academy Colgate University Collective Heritage Institute Bioneers College Golf Fellowship College of Lake County Foundation College of St. Elizabeth College of the Holy Cross College of William and Mary Foundation College of Wooster Colon Cancer Alliance Colorado College Columbia College Chicago, Chicago Dance Center Columbia College of Chicago Columbia University Columbus Jewish Foundation Columbus School for Girls Committee for Accuracy in Middle East Reporting in America Committee for the Rescue of Israels Babies, dba American Friends of C.R.I.B. - EFRAT Common Cause Education Fund Common Foundation Common Pantry Common Threads

Communities in Schools of Chicago Community Action Community Church of Lake Forest & Lake Bluff Community Counseling Centers of Chicago Community Crisis Center Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund Community Fellowship Church Community Food Bank Community Food Bank of Vilas County - Vilas Food Pantry Community Foundation for Muskegon County Community Foundation for Southern Arizona Community Foundation of Greater Fort Wayne Community Foundation of Western North Carolina Community Hospice of Northeast Florida Foundation for Caring Community House Community Involved in Sustaining Agriculture Community Renewal Society Community Resource Exchange Community-Word Project CommunityHealth Companion Animal Protection Society Compassion & Choices Compassion International Comprehensive Alcoholism Rehabilitation Programs Concerned Christian Men Congregation B’nai Israel Congregation B’Nai Jeshurun Congregation Beth Shalom Congregation Ezras Yisroel Congregation Rodfei Zedek Connecticut Alliance for Music Connecticut College Connections for Abused Women and Their Children Connections for the Homeless Conservation Fund Conservation International Consortium on Chicago School Research at the University of Chicago Construction Careers Center A Contemporary Theatre ConTextos Conway School of Landscape Design Cook County Justice for Children Coordinated Advice and Referral Program for Legal Services Corbett Medical Foundation Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology Cornell University Cornell University Foundation Cornerstone Community Outreach Cornerstone Young Women’s Learning Center Corporation for Social and Educational Development Council for a Parliament of the World’s Religions Council for Jewish Elderly/CJE SeniorLife Council on Foreign Relations Court Appointed Special Advocates of Cook County Court Theatre Covenant House CPA Endowment Fund of Illinois Cradle Foundation Cranbrook Schools

Creating Hope International Crisis Center for South Suburbia Cristo Rey Jesuit High School Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation of America Cross International Catholic Outreach Crossroads Fund Crosswinds Equine Rescue Crow Canyon Archaeological Center Crystal Lake Food Pantry CUBE Contemporary Chamber Ensemble Culbertson Memorial Hospital Foundation Cultural Landscape Foundation Cupertino High School Cure Alzheimer’s Fund Alzheimer’s Disease Research Foundation Cure Tay-Sachs Foundation CURED Cypress Lake Presbyterian Church Cystic Fibrosis Foundation Cystic Fibrosis Foundation Greater Illinois Chapter

D Daisy’s Resource Developmental Center Dalton Schools Dana-Farber Cancer Institute Dane County Humane Society Daniel M. Murphy Scholarship Foundation Daniel Webster Middle School Dartmouth Club of Chicago Dartmouth College David and Alfred Smart Museum of Art The University of Chicago David Ellis Academy David Ellis Academy West David Hatley Ministries David Horowitz Freedom Center Daystar School Daystar Education Association D.C. Preparatory Academy Deborah’s Place Deerfield Academy Defenders of Wildlife Del Camino Connection Delta Tau Delta Educational Foundation Demoiselle 2 Femme, NFP Denver Art Museum Denver Botanic Garden Denver Rescue Mission DePaul University DePaul University College of Law DePaul University The Theatre School DePauw University Desmoid Tumor Research Foundation Detroit Catholic Central High School Detroit Edison Public School Academy Detroit Service Learning Academy Dime Child Foundation Disability Rights Advocates for Techology Disabled American Veterans Charitable Service Trust Divine Mercy Catholic Church Divine Mercy Catholic School Doctors Without Borders USA Domestic Violence Solutions for Santa Barbara County DonorsChoose Door County Community Foundation Drexel University Driehaus Design Initiative

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Driftless Area Land Conservancy Duchesne Academy of the Sacred Heart Ducks Unlimited Duke University DuPage Children’s Museum

E E.L. Haynes Public Charter School Earthcorps EarthHeart Foundation EarthRights International East Troy Railroad Museum Easter Seals DuPage and Fox Valley Region Easter Seals Iowa Easter Seals LaSalle and Bureau Counties Easter Seals Metropolitan Chicago Eastern Hills Christian Academy Eastside Christian Church of Fullerton California Eblen Foundation, dba Eblen Charities Ecomyths Alliance EdgeAlliance El Oro Way PTA/PTA California Congress of Parents, Teachers & Students El Valor Corporation Elim Christian Services Elk Mountain Academy Ellie Burns Foundation Elmhurst Memorial Healthcare, dba Elmhurst Memorial Hospital Foundation Elyssa’s Mission Emergency Fund Emunah of America EngenderHealth Enterprise Corporation of the Delta Entertainment Industry Incubator Environment Illinois Research and Education Center Environmental Defense Fund Environmental Law and Policy Center of the Midwest Environmental Leadership Program Episcopal Center at the University of Chicago Episcopal Charities and Community Services Episcopal Parish of St. Barnabas on the Desert Equal Justice Works Equality California Institute Equine Land Conservation Resource Erie Elementary Charter School Erie Family Health Center Erie Neighborhood House Erika’s Lighthouse - A Beacon of Hope for Adolescent Depression Erikson Institute ETV Endowment of South Carolina Evan Wilder Samata Quality of Life Foundation, dba Evan’s Life Foundation Evangelical Lutheran Church in America Evans Scholars Foundation Evanston Art Center Evanston Community Foundation Evanston Dance Ensemble Evanston Meeting of Friends Evanston Public Library Evanston School Children’s Clothing Association Everglades Foundation

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Every Family Education Project/Equality Illinois Education Project Executive Service Corps of Chicago Experimental Station Explorations in Math Express Yourself

F Face the Future Foundation Facets Multimedia Facing History and Ourselves National Foundation Fairfield University Faith in Action of McHenry County FAITH MATTERS Faith United Methodist Church Families First The Family Defense Center Family Focus Family Health Partnership Clinic Family Institute Family Network, a Family Focus Center Family Place Family Promise Chicago North Shore Family Rescue Family Service and Community Mental Health Center for McHenry County Family Service Center Family Service of Glencoe Family Service of Winnetka-Northfield Family Shelter Service FCNL Education Fund Friends Committee on National Legislation Feed Foundation Feed My Starving Children Feeding America Fellowship Housing Corporation Fellowship of Christian Athletes Fidelco Guide Dog Foundation Field Museum of Natural History Fifth House Ensemble FINCA International Fine Arts Museums Foundation Firman Community Services First Assembly of God Cedar Rapids First Baptist Church First Baptist Church of Geneva First Baptist Church of Oak Park First Folio Shakespeare Festival First Hebrew Congregation First Presbyterian Church First Presbyterian Church of Greenwich First Presbyterian Church of Lake Forest First Presbyterian Church of Port Jefferson First Tee of Chicago Foundation First Unitarian Church of Chicago First United Church Nursery School First United Methodist Church Fish of McHenry Fishburne-Hudgins Educational Foundation Fisher Center for Alzheimer’s Research Foundation Fisher House Foundation FIT Teen Moms (Families in Touch) Fitness Challenge Flint Creek Wildlife Rehabilitation Florida International University Foundation Florida Studio Theater

Florida West Coast Symphony, Sarasota Orchestra Florida Wildlife Federation Flossmoor School District 161 Folds of Honor Foundation Fontana Community Church Food Allergy Initiative Food Animal Concerns Trust Food Bank for New York City Food for Survival Food Bank of Western Massachusetts Food Desert Action Fresh Moves Food First - Institute for Food and Development Policy Food for the Hungry Food for the Poor Foothill Family Service For Autistic Kids Foundation Fordham University Forest Bluff School Foundation for Animal Care and Education (FACE) Foundation for Lee County Public Schools Foundation for National Progress Mother Jones Foundation for Retinal Research Foundation of City College of San Francisco Fourth Presbyterian Church Frances Xavier Warde School Francis W. Parker School Franciscan End of Life Care Our Lady of Peace Home Franciscan Outreach Association Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center Free Spirit Media Freedom Alliance Fresh Air Fund Freshwater Community Church Friendly House Association Friendly House of Davenport Iowa Friends for Lisle Township Friends of American Lake Veterans Golf Course Friends of Clearbrook School Friends of Family Farmers Friends of Israel Disabled Veterans Beit Halochem Friends of Israel’s Environment Friends of Prentice Friends of Public Radio Arizona Friends of Ryerson Woods Friends of Schlitz Audubon Nature Center Friends of St. Mary’s Hospital Friends of the Bloomingdale Trail Friends of the Chicago River Friends of the Commission on the Status of Women Friends of the Forest Preserves Friends of the Fred Meijer Clinton Ionia Shiawassee Trail Friends of the Israel Defense Forces Friends of the Library Winnetka/Northfield Friends of the Parks Friends of the Parks of Allen County Indiana Friends of the Sunderland Public Library Friends of the T.B. Sheldon Memorial Auditorium Friends of the World Food Program From the Heart d.b.a Cat Nap from the Heart FSW Fulcrum Point New Music Project Fulfillment Fund


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Fuller Park Community Development Corporation Fund for Innovative TV Media Burn Fund for Women Artists WomanArts FUTURE Foundation Youth Services

G Galena Art and Recreation Center Garden of Angels Garden of Prayer M.B. Church Garfield Park Conservatory Alliance Gastro-Intestinal Research Foundation Gay Men’s Health Crisis GCE Foundation General Israel Orphan Home for Girls Jerusalem General Theological Seminary of the Episcopal Church Genesee Valley Outdoor Learning Center Geneva Foundation of Presbyterian Homes Geneva Lake Conservancy George W. Bush Foundation George Williams College of Aurora University Georgetown University Georgia Tech Foundation Giant Steps Illinois Gideons International Gift of Adoption Fund Gift Theatre Company Gilda’s Club Chicago Girl Scouts of Greater Chicago and Northwest Indiana GirlForward Girls in the Game Girls Incorporated Girls on the Run Chicago Chapter Girls on the Run of Dane County Glaucoma Foundation Glen Ellyn Food Pantry Glen View Club Scholarship Foundation Glencoe Union Church Glencoe Youth Services Glenview Education Foundation Glenwood School for Boys and Girls Glessner House Museum Global FoodBanking Network Global Fund for Children Global Fund for Women Global Girls Global Greengrants Fund Global Health Initiative at Chicago Lake Shore Medical Association Global Links Global Partnership for Afghanistan Global Workers Justice Alliance GlobalGiving Foundation Go Green Wilmette Go Project Golden Apple Foundation for Excellence in Teaching Good Counsel Good News Partners Good Shepherd Center for Homeless Women and Children Catholic Charities of Los Angeles Goodcity Goodhue County Historical Society Goodwill Industries of Metropolitan Chicago Grace Presbyterian Church Grace United Methodist - Lake Bluff

Grameen Foundation USA Grand Canyon Trust Grand Rapids Community Foundation Grand Theatre Foundation Grand Traverse Regional Land Conservancy Grand Valley Catholic Outreach Grandville Public Schools Grant Park Orchestral Association Great Lakes Christian College Great Waters Music Festival Greater Chicago Food Depository Greater Cincinnati Foundation Greater Europe Mission Greater Milwaukee Foundation Greater New Orleans Foundation Greater Twin Cities United Way Green Lake Festival of Music Greenbelt Alliance Greenhouse Partners Scholars Greenlock Therapeutic Riding Center Greenpeace Greenwich Academy Grist Magazine Groton School Group Health Foundation Guatemalan Tomorrow Fund Guide Dog Foundation for the Blind Guild for the Blind Guitars in the Classroom Gulfcoast Wonder and Imagination Zone (GWIZ) Gus Giordano Jazz Dance Chicago Guy B. Early Memorial Fund

H Habitat for Humanity International Habitat for Humanity Lake County Habitat for Humanity of Collier County Habitat for Humanity of Lee and Hendry Counties Habitat for Humanity of McHenry County Habitat for Humanity - LaSalle, Bureau, Putnam Counties Habonim Dror Camp Moshava Habonim Camp Association Hackley School Hadassah North Shore Chapter Hadassah the Women’s Zionist Organization of America Hadley School for the Blind Haitian Health Foundation Hamilton College Hanna Boys Center Harold Colbert Jones Memorial Community Center Harry Chapin Food Bank of Southwest Florida Harry Hampton Memorial Wildlife Fund Harvard Club of Chicago Harvard College Fund Harvard University Harvard Crimson Harvard Law School Harvard University Harvard University Harvard Business School Harvard University John F. Kennedy School of Government Harvard-Westlake School Harvest Assembly of God Have Dreams Have Justice - Will Travel Haven Youth and Family Services

Hawaii Public Radio Haymarket Opera Company Hazelden Foundation Hazon HCS Family Services Health and Medicine Policy Research Group Health Students Taking Action Together HealthSTAT Healthy Schools Campaign Heart of Illinois United Way Heartland Alliance for Human Needs & Human Rights Heartland International Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society Hebron Fund Heifer Project International Helen Keller International Hellenic Missionary Union Henry E. Huntington Library & Art Gallery Henry Vilas Park Zoological Society Henry Vilas Zoo Heritage Foundation Hermitage Artists Retreat High Jump High Mountain Institute Highsight Support Program Hill School Hillel Foundation at Tufts University Hillel the Foundation for Jewish Campus Life Hillels of Illinois Endowment Foundation Hinesburg Land Trust Hinsdale Central Foundation Hinsdale Historical Society Hinsdale Hospital Foundation Hispanic Scholarship Fund Historic Preservation Foundation of the Fortnightly HistoryMakers Hole in the Wall Gang Fund Holiday Home Camp Holland Free Health Clinic Hollins University Holocaust Memorial Foundation of Illinois Illinois Holocaust Museum & Education Center Holy Family Catholic Church Holy Family Food Pantry Holy Family Lutheran Church Holy Family Ministries Holy Trinity Church Holy Trinity High School Homan Arthington Foundation Homan Square Community Center Foundation A Home Away from Homelessness Home for Little Wanderers Home of the Sparrow Homes for Our Troops Homewood-Flossmoor High School Foundation Hope for Chicago Hope Institute Learning Academy Horizon Hospice and Palliative Care Horizon House of Illinois Valley Horizons for Youth Hospice at Home Hospice of Northeastern Illinois Hospice of the Treasure Coast House of Hope House of the Good Shepherd House Theatre of Chicago

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Interfaith Youth Core trains college students from diverse faiths and philosophical traditions to be interfaith leaders. The mission of this Chicago-based nonprofit is to make interfaith cooperation a social norm. Photo courtesy of Interfaith Youth Core.

Housing Opportunities and Maintenance for the Elderly Housing Opportunities for Women Howard Area Community Center Hubbard Street Dance Chicago Hudson Guild Human Rights Campaign Foundation Human Rights Watch Humane Education Advocates Reaching Teachers (HEART) Hundred Club of Cook County Huntington Memorial Hospital/Pasadena Hospital Association Hypocrites

I iBIO Institute ICLEI-Local Governments for Sustainability Ida Crown Jewish Academy Illinois Alcoholism and Drug Dependence Association Illinois Commission on Diversity and Human Relations Illinois District 20 Little League Baseball Illinois Education Foundation Illinois Family Institute Illinois Fatherhood Initiative Illinois Institute of Technology Illinois Institute of Technology Chicago-Kent College of Law Illinois Railway Museum

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Illinois Retired Teachers Association Foundation

Interlochen Center for the Arts

Illinois Valley Animal Rescue

International Center of Photography

Illinois Valley Center for Independent Living

International Christian Missions

Illinois Valley Community College Foundation

International Eye Foundation

Illinois Valley YMCA

International Medical Corps

Imagination Stage

International Mental Health Research

Impact 100 Chicago Indian American Medical Association Illinois Charitable Foundation

Organization International Ministerial Fellowship International Museum of Women

Indian Hill Scholarship Foundation

International Music Foundation

Indiana Dunes Environmental Education

International Myeloma Foundation

Consortium Dunes Learning Center Indiana University Foundation

International Planned Parenthood Federation Western Hemisphere Region

INFANT

International Rescue Committee

Infant Welfare Society of Chicago

International Society for the Prevention of

Inland Press Foundation Inner-City Muslim Action Network

Child Abuse and Neglect International Women’s Health Coalition

Inner Voice

Interstate Renewable Energy Council

Innovations for Learning

InterVarsity Christian Fellowship

Inspiration Corporation

Intonation Music Workshop

Institute for America’s Future

InventorEd

Institute for EthnoMedicine

Invisible Children

Institute for Labor & the Community, The Girls

Iowa Public Television Foundation Friends of

& Boys Projects

Iowa Public Television

Institute for Shipboard Education

Iowa State University Foundation

Institute for the Next Jewish Future

Iran Human Rights Documentation Center

Institute for Truth in Accounting

Irish American Heritage Center

Institute of Cultural Affairs

Irving Park Community Food Pantry

Institute of Women Today

Island Institute

Interfaith House

Israel Emergency Alliance, dba StandWithUs

Interfaith Youth Core

Israel Independence Fund


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Israel Project Israel Youth Village Ivy Foundation

J Jack Miller Center Jane Addams Hull House Association Jane Addams Hull House Foundation Jane Addams Hull House Museum University of Illinois at Chicago Jane Addams Resource Corporation Japan Society Jed Foundation Jeffrey W. Berger Research Scholarship Trust Jennifer S. Fallick Cancer Support Center Jesuit Retreat House Jewish Adoption and Foster Care Options Jewish Big Sisters Jewish Child and Family Services Jewish Council on Urban Affairs Jewish Family and Child Service Jewish Federation Council of Greater Los Angeles Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Chicago Jewish Federation of New Mexico Jewish Federation of Rhode Island Jewish Federation of South Palm Beach County Jewish Federation of Southern Arizona Jewish Federations of North America United Jewish Communities Jewish Foundation for the Righteous Jewish Fund for Justice Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs Jewish National Fund Jewish Publication Society of America Jewish Reconstructionist Congregation Jewish Student Union Illinois Jewish United Fund of Metropolitan Chicago Jewish Vocational Service Jewish Voice for Peace - Chicago Jewish War Veterans of the United States of America Jewish World Watch Jiamini Jo Daviess Conservation Foundation Joffrey Ballet of Chicago John Deere Classic Charitable Corporation John Howard Association of Illinois John Kanzius Cancer Research Foundation John G. Shedd Aquarium Johns Hopkins University Jonsson Cancer Center Foundation - UCLA Joseph Maley Foundation Joseph’s House Josselyn Center Jubilee Centre Judeo Christian Health Clinic Juilliard School Julia S. Molloy Education Center Junior Achievement of Chicago Jupiter Island Medical Clinic Jupiter Medical Center Foundation A Just Harvest Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation International Juvenile Protective Association

K KaBOOM! KAM Isaiah Israel Congregation Kartemquin Educational Films Katz 4 Keeps Kauai Museum KBTC Association KCRW-FM Public Radio KCTS Television Keep Conservation Foundation Keep Memory Alive Kenilworth Union Church Kenneth Young Center Kenyon College Keren-Or Keshet Kestrel Land Trust Kidpower Chicago Kids Off the Block Kindness Connection King Baudouin Foundation USA King-Bruwaert House Kingdom Advisors Kinship Foundation KIPP Ascend Charter School KIPP Bay Area Schools KIPP Chicago KIPP Foundation KIPP Indianapolis KIPP St. Louis Knox College Koby Mandell Foundation Kohl Children’s Museum of Greater Chicago Kolbe House KQED Northern California Public Broadcasting Kravis Center for the Performing Arts Kulanu Kuumba Lynx

L L’Arche Chicago La Casa Norte La Grange Memorial Hospital Foundation La Luz Bilingual Center La Rabida Children’s Hospital and Research Center La Salle High School Lahey Clinic Foundation Lake Bluff Middle School Foundation The Lake County Community Foundation Lake Forest Academy Lake Forest College Lake Forest Country Day School Lake Forest High School Booster Club Lake Forest High School Foundation Lake Forest Open Lands Association Lake Forest Symphony Lake Michigan College Foundation Lake Oconee Presbyterian Church Lakeland Health Foundation Benton Harbor St. Joseph Lakeside Singers Lakeview Pantry Lambda Legal Defense and Education Fund Lambi Fund of Haiti Lambs Farm Land Institute Landmarks Preservation Council of Illinois

Landon School Lang Lang International Music Foundation Larchmont Charter School - West Hollywood Larkin Street Youth Services LaSalle Foundation LaSalle Senior Center Latin School of Chicago Latino Policy Forum Lattoff YMCA Lawndale Community Church Lawrence Hall Youth Services Lawrence University League of Illinois Bicyclists League of Women Voters of Chicago League of Women Voters of Illinois Education Fund Leap Learning Systems LEARN Charter School Leary Firefighters Foundation Leelanau Conservancy Leelanau Historical Society Leeza Gibbons Memory Foundation Legal Assistance Foundation of Metropolitan Chicago Legal Momentum Les Turner Amyothropic Lateral Sclerosis Foundation Lesch-Nyhan Syndrome Childrens Research Foundation Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Leukemia Research Foundation Lewis and Clark College Liberty Baptist Church Liberty Hill Foundation Library Foundation of Needham Life Builders Ministries International Lift Up of Routt County LIFT USA Light Opera Works Lightrider Ministries Lincoln Park Conservancy Lincoln Park Village Lincoln Park Zoological Society LINK Community School LINK Unlimited Links Hall Links North Shore Youth Health Services Linn Christian Education Association Little Brothers - Friends of the Elderly Little City Foundation Little Company of Mary Hospital Foundation Little Red School House Little Sisters of the Poor of Chicago St. Mary’s Home Living Breath Foundation Lone Mountain Childrens Center Lone Star Cowboy Church Lookingglass Theatre Company Loomis Chaffee School Loras College Los Angeles County Museum of Natural History Foundation Los Angeles Jewish Home for the Aging Los Angeles Junior Chamber of Commerce Foundation Los Angeles Opera Company Los Angeles Philharmonic Association Lower East Side Girls Club Loyola Academy

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Loyola Academy of St. Louis Loyola University Chicago Loyola University Chicago School of Law Loyola University Museum of Art Loyola University New Orleans Lucile Packard Foundation for Children’s Health Lumen Christi Institute Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd Lutheran Healthcare Lutheran Medical Center Lutheran Life Communities Foundation Lutheran Ranches of the Rockies Lutherwood Camp and Retreat Center Lymphoma Research Foundation Lynn Sage Cancer Research Fund Lyons Township High School Lyric Opera of Chicago

M Macalester College Maccabi USA United States Committee Sports for Israel Madison Children’s Museum Madison Quakers Madre Magen David Adom, USA American Friends of Magen David Adom Maharishi University of Management Mahindra Foundation Maine Township High School Education Foundation Make A Difference Youth Foundation Make the Road New York Make-A-Wish Foundation of Massachusetts Make-A-Wish Foundation of Northern Illinois Making Waves Foundation Manchester Academic Charter School Manhattan School of Music Maot Chitim MAP International March of Dimes Birth Defects Foundation, Illinois Chapter March of Dimes Birth Defects National Foundation Margo Moreland Charitable Foundation Marin Agricultural Land Trust Marine Mammal Center Marine Toys for Tots Foundation Marine Toys for Tots Foundation/Chicago Toys for Tots Mariner Sands Chapel Marist Brothers Marist High School Marklund Charities Marlboro College Marlborough School Marriage & Family Counseling Service of Rock Island Martha Jefferson Hospital Foundation Marwen Foundation Maryknoll Mission Association of the Faithful Maryville Academy Masorti Foundation for Conservative Judaism In Israel Massachusetts Institute of Technology Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art Mathew Forbes Romer Foundation Matthew Larson Foundation Maui Arts & Cultural Center Maui Farm

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Maui Pops Orchestra Mayo Clinic Rochester Maywood Fine Arts Association MAZON McGaw YMCA McHenry County PADS McLean School of Maryland Meals on Wheels Chicago, Chicago Fund on Aging and Disability Meals on Wheels Foundation of Cook County Meals on Wheels of Boulder Media Research Center Meeting Street Center Memorial Hermann Foundation Memorial Library of Radnor Township Mend a Heart Foundation MERCAZ USA Mercy Corps Foundation Mercy Home for Boys and Girls Mission of Our Lady of Mercy Mercy Housing Lakefront Mercy Medical Center Cedar Rapids Iowa Endowment Foundation Merit School of Music Mesamche Lev-Viyoel Moishe Mesorah Heritage Foundation Messmer Catholic Schools Messmer Preparatory Catholic School Metropolitan Chicago Breast Cancer Task Force Metropolitan Chicago Campus Ministry Foundation Agape House Metropolitan Family Services Metropolitan Ministries Metropolitan Planning Council METROsquash Mexican Folkloric Dance Company of Chicago Mexico-U.S. Solidarity Network Miami-Dade County Public Schools George Washington Carver Elementary School Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinsons Research Michael Rolfe Pancreatic Cancer Foundation Michiana Public Broadcasting Corporation WNIT Public Television Michigan State University Middle East Media and Research Institute Midtown Educational Foundation Midway Educational Foundation Midwest Athletes Against Childhood Cancer, dba MACC Fund Midwest Brain Injury Clubhouse Midwest District of The Christian and Missionary Alliance Midwest Palliative & Hospice CareCenter Mikva Challenge Grant Foundation Milestone Outreach Mill Reef Fund Millennium Park Milwaukee College Preparatory School Minneapolis Heart Institute Foundation Minneapolis League of Catholic Women Minnesota Community Foundation Minnesota Orchestral Association Minnesota Zoo Foundation Miracles on Hoof Miriam Hospital Foundation Misericordia Home Miss Porter’s School Mission Aviation Fellowship

Mission to Unreached Peoples Missionaries of Charity Missouri Rural Crisis Center Moadon Kol Chadash Mobile C.A.R.E. Foundation Moffat County, Colorado Monadnock Waldorf School Moody Bible Institute Moose Charities Morgan Stanley Smith Barney Global Impact Funding Trust Morrison-Shearer Foundation Morton Arboretum Mother McAuley Liberal Arts High School Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) Mothers Against Drunk Driving Illinois Movember Moving Traditions MPAACT Maat Production Association of Afrikan Centered Theatre MS Home-Southwest Florida Ms. Foundation for Women Mt. Zion Christian Church Muldowney Foundation Mulliganeers Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation Multiple Sclerosis Association of America Murphy Roche Irish Music Club Muscular Dystrophy Association Museum of Contemporary Art Museum of Fine Arts Museum of Modern Art Museum of Science and Industry Museum Village Music and Dance Theater Chicago, Harris Theater for Music and Dance Music Center-Performing Arts Center of Los Angeles County Music in Schools Today Music Institute of Chicago Music of the Baroque Mustard Seed School

N Namaste Charter School NAMI Illinois NAMI National Alliance on Mental Illness Nantucket Athenaeum Naperville Education Foundation Naperville Evangelical Covenant Church Naperville Responds for Our Veterans Naperville Soccer Association Naperville Youth Development Coalition NARAL Pro Choice America Foundation Nashoba Learing Group National Alliance for Research on Schizophrenia and Depression (NARSAD) National Alliance for the Mentally Ill of Greater Chicago National Association for Olmsted Parks National Brain Tumor Society National Catholic Reporter Publishing Company National Center for Lesbian Rights National Coalition for Women with Heart Disease National Council for Research on Women National Disaster Search Dog Foundation National FFA Foundation National Fish and Wildlife Foundation National Gaucher Foundation


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National Geographic Society National Institute for Community National Jewish Health National Multiple Sclerosis Society National Museum of African American History & Culture Smithsonian Institution National Museum of Mexican Art National Organization for Rare Disorders National Outdoor Leadership School National Parkinson Foundation Minnesota National Parks Conservation Association National Public Housing Museum National Public Radio National Railroad Museum National Spasmodic Dysphonia Association National Strategy Forum National Tuberous Sclerosis Association Tuberous Sclerosis Alliance National Veterans Foundation National-Louis University Nations Ablaze International Native American Rights Fund Natural Resources Defense Council Nature Conservancy Nature Conservancy Arizona Nature Conservancy Illinois Chapter Nature Conservancy Utah Chapter Nature Conservancy West Virginia Near North Montessori School Near Northwest Neighborhood Network Needham Education Foundation Neighbor to Neighbor Massachusetts Education Fund Neighborhood Academy Neighborhood Cooking Foundation Neighborhood Health Clinic Neighborhood House Club Neo-Futurists Nepalese Youth Opportunity Foundation Network Education Program Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship New Branches Public School Academy New Branches Seed Foundation New Century Chamber Orchestra New Covenant Bible Church New Covenant Fellowship Presbyterian Church New England Center for Children New Foundation Center New Hope Community Food Pantry New Israel Fund New Mexico Highlands University Foundation New Orleans Area Habitat for Humanity New Orleans Museum of Art New Schools for Chicago New Schools Venture Fund New Teacher Center New Trier Educational Foundation New Trier Township Angel Fund New Trier Tyro Society New Trier West Fine Arts Association New York - Presbyterian Hospital New York Civil Liberties Union Foundation New York Community Trust New York Foundation for the Arts New York University New York Women’s Foundation Newberry Library Next Generation Choices Foundation Nichols School of Buffalo

Night Ministry Noah Homes Noble Network of Charter Schools Nontraditional Employment for Women North Carolina Arboretum North Carolina Outward Bound School North Central College North Lawndale Employment Network North Park University North Shore Choral Society North Shore Country Day School North Shore Senior Center North Shore United Way North Star Fund North Suburban Jewish Community Center North Suburban Young Men’s Christian Association Northeast Harbor Ambulance Service Northeast Harbor Library Northeastern Illinois University Northern Baptist Theological Seminary Northern Illinois Food Bank Northfield Community Nursery School Northfield Township Food Pantry Northland College Northlight Theatre NorthPark Community Church Northshore University HealthSystem NorthShore University HealthSystem Foundation Northshore University Healthsystem Research Institute Northwestern Lake Forest Hospital Northwestern Memorial HealthCare Northwestern Memorial Foundation Northwestern University Northwestern University Bienen School of Music Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine Northwestern University Kellogg Graduate School of Management Northwestern University School of Education and Social Policy Northwestern University School of Law Northwestern University Settlement Association Northwood University Nueva School Nurture

O Oak Park River Forest Area Walk-In Ministry Oak Park River Forest Children’s Chorus Oak Park River Forest Community of Congregations Oak Park River Forest Food Pantry Oak Park Temple B’nai Abraham Zion Oaks Academy Oakton Community College Educational Foundation Oasis International Ministries Off Square Theatre Company/Performing Arts Company of Jackson Hole Off the Street Club Ohio State University Foundation Olana Partnership Old St. Mary’s Catholic Church Old St. Patrick’s Church Old Town School of Folk Music Olive Branch Mission One Acre Fund

One Iowa Education Fund One Way Farm of Fairfield OneAmerica Onward Neighborhood House Openlands Project Opera Southwest Operation Bootstrap - Africa Operation Support Our Troops - America Opportunity Agenda The Tides Center Opportunity International Opportunity Village Orchard Village Organic Health Response Incorporated USA Orphans of the Storm ORT America Ottawa Regional Hospital and Healthcare Center Foundation Ounce of Prevention Fund Our Lady of Lourdes Parish Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church Our Lady of Perpetual Help School Our Lady of Tepeyac High School Our Lord Christ the King Parish Our Neighbor’s Table Our Savior’s Evangelical Lutheran Church Outreach Community Ministries Overfoot, Jody Oberfelder Dance Projects Oxfam America Ozaukee Washington Land Trust

P Pacific Autism Center of Education Padre Pio Foundation of America PADS Crisis Services Palliative Care Services of Santa Fe Pamela B. Katten Memorial Leukemia Research Foundation Pan-Massachusetts Challenge Trust Panthera Corporation Paralyzed Veterans of America Parent Encouragement Program Parents Against Drugs Park District of Oak Park Park Ridge Presbyterian Church Park School of Baltimore Parkinson Foundation of the Heartland Parkways Foundation Partners for Haitian Children Partners for Progress Partners in Care Foundation Partners in Health Partnership to Educate and Advance Kids (PEAK) Pastoral Support Services Path of Life Ministries Pathways Awareness Foundation PAWS Chicago (Pets Are Worth Saving) Pay It Forward House PCC Community Wellness Center Peace Action Education Fund Peace Care Peace Corner Pediatric AIDS Chicago Prevention Initiative Peer Health Exchange, Chicago Office PEF Israel Endowment Funds Pelham Childrens Center Penumbra Theatre Company Performance Zone The Field Perspectives Charter School

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Pheasants Forever Philanthropy Roundtable Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra Philharmonic Center for the Arts Phillips Academy Phoenix Art Museum Phoenix Metropolitan Opera Phoenix Symphony Orchestra Physicians for Social Responsibility Pierce County Historical Association Pillars Community Services Pingry Corporation Pingry School Pinnacle Forum All-In Ministries Pioneer Valley Waldorf School Association The Hartsbrook School Pioneers Pittsburgh Urban Christian School Pitzer College Plan International USA Planned Parenthood of Illinois Planned Parenthood Federation of America Planned Parenthood of South Florida and the Treasure Coast Planned Parenthood of the Mid-Hudson Valley Planned Parenthood Shasta Pacific Platte Valley Community Center Town of Saratoga, WY Playwright’s Realm Ploughshares Fund Plymouth Congregational Church of Minneapolis Poets House Political Research Associates Polytechnic School Population Media Center Port Ministries Posse Foundation Potter’s House School Prairie Grove Activities Club Prairie Valley Family YMCA - Taylor Family Branch Preaching and Prayer Ministries Presbyterian Frontier Fellowship Presbyterian Homes Preservation Action Foundation Center for Preservation Initiatives President and Fellows of Harvard College Preston Bradley Center Primavera Foundation Primo Center for Women and Children Princeton Project 55/Princeton AlumniCorps Princeton University Profiles Performance Ensemble Progeria Research Foundation Project Exploration Project HANDS Society Project Orbis International Prostate Cancer Foundation Protestant Episcopal Church Diocese of Chicago Protestants for the Common Good Providence Catholic High School Providence Country Day School Providence-St. Mel High School Public Citizen Foundation Public Theater/New York Shakespeare Festival Pulmonary Fibrosis Foundation Puppies Behind Bars Purdue Foundation Purdue University Putnam County Educational Foundation

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Q Quad City Symphony Orchestra Association Quest Academy

R Rachel Elizabeth Barton Foundation Rachel’s Network Radigan’s Place Rails-to-Trails Conservancy RAND Corporation Rape Victim Advocates RARE Raue Center for the Arts Raven Drum Foundation Ravenswood Community Services Ravinia Festival Association Reading Power Real Estate Council Foundation Reason Foundation Rebecca Lynn Cutler Legacy of Life Foundation Recreation Unlimited Foundation Red Butte Garden and Arboretum Red Wing Environmental Learning Center Red Wing Family YMCA Red Wing Independent School District 256 Red Wing Youth Outreach Program Redmoon Theater Regina Dominican High School Region IV Area Agency on Aging Regis University Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago Religious Organization Outside Organized Religion Remote Area Medical Remy Bumppo Theatre Company Renaissance Charitable Foundation Renaissance Society at the University of Chicago Renascence Research Foundation of the City University of New York Research Institute of Scripps Clinic Resist Respiratory Health Association of Metropolitan Chicago Respond Now Resurrection Development Foundation Rice University Ridgewood Church RISE International Rivendell Theatre Ensemble River North Dance Company Riveredge Nature Center Riverside Foundation Riverwoods Christian Center Roadrunner Food Bank Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice & Human Rights Robert R. McCormick Foundation Robin Hood Foundation Rock for Kids Rock Lake Activity Center Rock Lake Christian Assembly Association Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors Rockefeller University Rockhurst High School Rockport College Rocky Mountain Institute

Roger Baldwin Foundation of ACLU Rogers Park Community Council Rogers Park Montessori School Roman Catholic Diocese of Burlington Roman Catholic Diocese of Phoenix Ronald McDonald House Charities Ronald McDonald House Charities of Chicagoland & Northwest Indiana Ronald McDonald House Charities of Eastern Wisconsin Ronald McDonald House Charities of New Mexico Roosevelt University Roosevelt University Marshall Bennett Institute of Real Estate Rosarian Academy Rosary High School Rotary Club of Chicago Lakeview Foundation Rotary Club of Poipu Beach Foundation Rotary Foundation of Rotary International Royal Family Kids’ Camp Royal Family Productions Rumsey Hall School Rural Advancement Foundation International (RAFI) - USA Rush NeuroBehavioral Center Rush University Medical Center Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey Ryan House Ryan Licht Sang Bipolar Foundation

S Sacred Heart School Sacred Transformations Sadie Nash Leadership Project Safe Passage A Safe Place Lake County Crisis Center Safer Pest Control Project Saint Ambrose of Woodbury Saint Andrew Parish Saint Cecilia School Saint Cletus Parish Saint Elizabeth Catholic School Saint Francis House Saint Ignatius College Prep Saint James Cathedral Saint John Berchmans Catholic Church Saint John’s University/College of St. Benedict Saint Joseph Parish Saint Leonard’s Ministries Saint Martin de Porres High School Saint Martin de Porres House of Hope Saint Mary’s College Saint Paul Foundation Saint Petronille Catholic Church Saint Stephen Lutheran Church Saint Thomas the Apostle Catholic Church St. Vincent De Paul Center Saint Vincent Ferrer Catholic Church Saints Faith, Hope and Charity Parish SAL Family and Community Services Skip-A-Long Child Development Services Salem Lutheran Church Salvation Army Salvation Army Heartland Division Salvation Army of Lee, Hendry & Glades Counties Salvation Army Metropolitan Division Salvation Army Services Samaritan House for Boys Samaritan Center for Young Boys and Families


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San Diego Humane Society & SPCA San Francisco Child Abuse Prevention Center San Francisco Domestic Violence Consortium San Francisco Education Fund San Francisco Film Society San Francisco Food Bank San Francisco Jazz Organization San Francisco Village San Francisco Waldorf School Association San Jose Obrero Mission San Miguel Schools San Miguel Febres Cordero School Sanford-Burnham Medical Research Institute Sanibel-Captiva Conservation Foundation Sanibel Congregational United Church of Christ Santa Catalina Island Conservancy Santa for the Very Poor Sarah’s Circle Sarasota Baptist Church Sarasota-Manatee Jewish Federation Saratoga Volunteer Fire Department Sargent Shriver National Center on Poverty Law Schaumburg Township Food Pantry Scholar Academies Young Scholars Charter School Scholars Academy Scholars for Peace in the Middle East

Scholarship America School of the Americas Watch Educational Foundation School of the Art Institute of Chicago School Sisters of Notre Dame School Trips for Kids Foundation Schuyler County Community Foundation Scott County Family YMCA Sea Shepherd Conservation Society Search for Healing Aid and Relief for Everybodys Circle (SHARECircle) Seattle Chinese Garden Society Seattle Opera Seattle Pacific University Seattle Symphony Foundation Seattle’s Union Gospel Mission Second Harvest Heartland Second Presbyterian Church Seed Sower Trust Seedling Foundation Segundo Ruiz Belvis Cultural Center Seminole Boosters Servite High School Seven Generations Ahead Sewanee - The University of the South SGA Youth & Family Services SHALVA

In addition to providing comprehensive residential and case management services, Saint Leoonard’s Ministries also offers employment services like its culinary program for formerly incarcerated men and women. Some participants in this program will put their new cooking skills to work at Gracie’s Coffee Shop, which St. Leonard’s Ministries will open in mid–2013. Photo by Elizabeth Sattelberger.

SHARE El Salvador Sharing and Caring Hands Sheil Chapel Shelter Shepherd of the Desert Lutheran Church Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Church Shields Township Phoenix Rising Foundation Shiloh Baptist Church Shimer College SHORE Community Services Shoulder to Shoulder Shriners Hospitals for Children Side-by-Side Sierra Club Foundation Simon Wiesenthal Center Sinai Health System Sinai Temple Sisters of Charity, BVM Center Sisters of Christian Charity Sisters of Loretto Sit Stay Read Sjogrens Syndrome Foundation Smart Love Family Services Smile Train Smithsonian Institution Snow City Arts Foundation Society for Contemporary Art Society for the Preservation of Human Dignity Society for the Propagation of the Faith Pontifical Mission Societies in the United States Society of the Sacred Heart Society of St. Vincent de Paul Solar Electric Light Fund Solomon Schechter Day School of Albuquerque Solomon Schechter Day Schools Solti Foundation U.S. Somaly Mam Sonoma Land Trust Sonoma Valley Education Foundation Sophia’s Hearth Family Center SOS Children’s Villages USA Sound Body Sound Mind South Carolina Coastal Conservation League South Carolina Wildlife Federation South Haven Area Emergency Services South Haven Community Foundation South Haven Community Hospital Foundation South Haven Memorial Library South Haven Performance Series South Haven Public Schools South Haven Scott Club South Kent School South Suburban Family Shelter Southern Methodist University Southern Poverty Law Center Southwest Autism Research and Resource Center Southwest Chicago PADS Southwest Community Church Spark Project Spark Ventures Special Olympics Illinois Special Olympics Kansas Special Olympics Southern California Spectrios Institute for Low Vision Speedy Altman Memorial Camp Foundation Spelman College Spertus Institute of Jewish Studies

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The Springboard Foundation Springbrook Nature Center Foundation Spruce Hill Christian School St. Agnes Catholic School St. Alban’s Episcopal Church St. Ann Center for Restoration and the Arts St. Ann’s Warehouse St. Bede Academy St. Clement Church St. Coletta of Wisconsin St. Columbkille Catholic Church St. Croix Valley Community Foundation St. Francis High School St. Francis Xavier Parish St. James Church St. John of the Cross Parish School St. John the Baptist Catholic Church St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church St. John the Evangelist Parish St. John’s Northwestern Military Academy St. John’s University St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital St. Jude Runners Association St. Lucy Catholic Church St. Marcus Lutheran School St. Margaret Mary Parish St. Margaret’s Hospital Foundation St. Mark Catholic Parish St. Mark’s Evangelical Lutheran Church St. Mary of the Assumption Church St. Mary Parish St. Mary School St. Mary’s Episcopal School St. Mary’s Food Bank Alliance St. Mary’s Nursery School St. Mary’s Springs Academy St. Matthew’s Parish St. Matthew Catholic Parish St. Matthias Transfiguration School St. Patrick’s Catholic Church St. Paul’s Parish St. Philip Neri School Foundation St. Raymond de Penafort Church St. Sabina Church St. Scholastica Academy St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church St. Stephen’s Human Services St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church St. Vincent De Paul Center St. Vincent De Paul Village, Father Joe’s Villages St. Xavier High School Stand for Children Stanford University Stanwich School Starboard Media Foundation Starved Rock Area Special Olympics State University of Iowa Foundation Stephen S. Wise Temple Steppenwolf Theatre Company Steven M. Hoenig Memorial Actors Fund Still Point Theatre Collective Stony Brook Foundation Storycatchers Theatre StreetSquash StreetWise Striding Lion InterArts Workshop Stuart I. Raskas Friendship Circle of Illinois Stuttering Foundation of America

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Suit Up Ministries Summer Camp Opportunities Provide an Edge SCOPE Summer Search Sun City Area Interfaith Services Benevilla Sun Health Foundation Superfund for Jewish Education and Continuity/SJEC Foundation Surgery for the Poor Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests Swedish American Museum Association Syracuse University

T T. Rowe Price Program for Charitable Giving Tacoma/Pierce County Habitat for Humanity Taft School Tall Timbers Research Tannenbaum Chabad House Chabad on Campus International Foundation Taylor University Teach All Nations Mission Teach for America Teach for America - Bay Area Teachers College Columbia University Team-Up for Youth Technoserve Tectonic Theater Project Ted Muller Camp Scholarship Fund Teen Living Programs Telluride Adaptive Sports Program Temple Beth-El/Congregation of the Sons of Israel and David Temple Jeremiah Temple Judea Temple Sholom Ten Chimneys Foundation Texas Christian University Thacher School Theatre Development Fund Theraplay Institute There With Care Third Sector New England Third Unitarian Church Third Wave Foundation This Is ME Thomas H. Boyd Memorial Hospital Thornton Alumni Legacy Fund Threads of Hope Thresholds Tides Center Tides Foundation TimeLine Theatre Company Tipping Point Community To Make the World a Better Place (Make a Better Place) Topeka Rescue Mission Torture Abolition and Survivors Support Coalition International Tower Cancer Research Foundation Tower School in Marblehead Township High School District 211 Foundation Traverse Area Recreation & Transportation Trails Trey Whitfield School TriCity Family Services Trinity Lutheran Church Trinity Lutheran College Trinity Presbyterian Church Trio Animal Foundation

Trust for Conservation Innovation Trust for Public Land Trustees of Columbia University in the City of New York Trustees of Princeton University Trustees of Tufts College Tufts University Tsogyaling Meditation Center Tucson Museum of Art Tufts University School of Medicine Turning Point Behavioral Health Care Center Turning Pointe Autism Foundation Twin Cities Rise Two Rivers YMCA

U Ucross Foundation Udumbara Sangha UGA Tee-Off Club Uhlich Children’s Advantage Network ULI Foundation UMass Memorial Foundation Union Church of Hinsdale Union Church of Lake Bluff Union Gospel Mission Association of St. Paul Union League Boys and Girls Club Union League Civic & Arts Foundation Union of Concerned Scientists Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America, dba Orthodox Union Union Rescue Mission Union Station Homeless Services United Cerebral Palsy Association of the Rochester Area United Church of Christ in New Brighton United for a Fair Economy United Mitochondrial Disease Foundation United Nations Foundation United Negro College Fund United Power for Action and Justice United Service Organization (USO World Headquarters) United Service Organization of Illinois United States Fund for UNICEF United States Holocaust Memorial Council United States Naval Academy Foundation United States Ski Team Foundation United War Veterans Council United Way of Central New Mexico United Way of East Central Iowa United Way of Eastern LaSalle County United Way of Goodhue, Wabasha & Pierce Counties United Way of Greater McHenry County United Way of Lee County United Way of Martin County United Way of Massachusetts Bay United Way of Metropolitan Chicago United Way of Southwest Michigan United Way of St. John’s County United Way of the DuPage Area United Way of the Illinois Valley United Way of the North Shore Winnetka Northfield Chapter United Way The Quad Cities Area University Christian Church Disciples - UCC University Church Chicago University of Arizona University of Arizona Foundation University of California University of California San Francisco


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University of California Santa Barbara University of California, Santa Cruz University of California at Berkeley University of Chicago University of Chicago Booth School of Business University of Chicago Cancer Research Foundation University of Chicago Division of the Humanities University of Chicago Division of the Social Sciences University of Chicago Harris School of Public Policy Studies University of Chicago Laboratory Schools University of Chicago Law School University of Chicago Medical Center University of Chicago Office of College Aid University of Chicago Oriental Institute University of Chicago Urban Education Institute University of Chicago Women’s Board University of Colorado Foundation University of Denver (Colorado Seminary) University of Georgia Foundation University of Houston - Victoria American Book Review University of Houston Law Foundation University of Illinois at Chicago College of Architecture and the Arts University of Illinois at Chicago College of Nursing University of Illinois Foundation University of Maryland University of Miami University of Michigan University of New Mexico Foundation University of Notre Dame University of Notre Dame Club of Chicago University of Oregon University of Pittsburgh UPMC Medical and Health Sciences Foundation University of Rochester University of San Francisco University of South Dakota Foundation University of Southern California University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas University of the Pacific University of Utah University of Vermont Foundation University of Washington Foundation University of Wisconsin University of Wisconsin Foundation Upendo Village, NFP Uptown People’s Law Center Urban Community School Urban Gateways Urban Initiatives Urban Students Empowered Foundation US Lacrosse USC Wrigley Institute for Environmental Studies Utah Humanities Council

V V Foundation V-DAY Vail Valley Foundation Valley of the Sun United Way Van Andel Institute Van Buren Development Council Vanderbilt University Vassar College

Vermont Coverts Vermont Studio School Veterans of Foreign Wars of the U.S. Victoria Bach Festival Association Victory Gardens Theater Visiting Nurse Association of Fox Valley Visiting Nurse Association of Wisconsin Vista Del Mar Child and Family Services Vital Bridges Vital Visions Voice of the Faithful Voices and Faces Project Voices for Illinois Children Volunteers of America

W Wake Forest University Walden Foundation Walnut Creek Family YMCA of Greater Des Moines Warming House Youth Center Warren Central High School Warren Cherry Scholarship Fund Washington and Jefferson College Washington and Lee University Washington Jesuit Academy Washington Middle School for Girls Washington University in Saint Louis WaterAid America Wellness House West Dallas Community School Foundation West Lutheran High School West Ottawa High School West Pasco Pregnancy Center West Suburban PADS West Valley Symphony Association West Virginia University Foundation Western Union Foundation Westmont College Westside Writing Project Wetlands Initiative WFCR Public Radio WFMT 98.7 Wheaton College White Earth Land Recovery Project White House Project Whitfield-Murray Historical Society Wicker Park Lutheran Church Wilderness Society Wildwood United Methodist Church William J. Clinton Foundation Williams College Willow Creek Community Church Wilmette Harbor Rotary Club Foundation Wilmette Historical Society Wilmette Public Library District Windhorse Relations WINGS - Women’s International Network for Guatemalan Solutions Wings of Hope and Palliative Care WINGS Program Winnetka Community House Winnetka Congregational Church Winnetka Garden Club Winnetka Historical Society Witness to Innocence WNET.ORG WNYC Radio Women Donor’s Network Women Employed Institute

Women’s Cancer Resource Center Women’s Development Association Women’s Equity in Access to Care and Treatment WE-ACTx Women’s Foundation of Southern Arizona Women’s Fund of Western Massachusetts Women’s Funding Network Women’s Global Education Project Women’s Health Foundation Women’s Initiative for Self Employment Women’s Media Center Woodberry Forest School Wooddale Church Work & Learn Working Group World Affairs Council World Bicycle Relief Fund World Children’s Center World Golf Foundation/The First Tee World Harvest Mission World Health Imaging Alliance World of Children World Relief - Chicago World Sport Chicago World Union for Progressive Judaism World Vision World Wildlife Fund Worldteach Worldwide Fistula Fund Wounded Warrior Project Wright-Way Rescue Writers’ Theatre WTTW Channel 11 WYCC - TV20 City Colleges of Chicago Foundation Wyoming Stock Growers Agricultural Land Trust

Y Yale Club of Chicago Foundation Yale University YMCA Camp Tecumseh YMCA of Metropolitan Chicago YMCA of Metropolitan Chicago Greater LaGrange YMCA of Metropolitan Los Angeles YMCA of Metropolitan Milwaukee Young Leaders Academy YMCA of Scottsdale/Paradise Valley Young Chicago Authors Young Life Hinsdale Central Young Life North Shore Young Life of Kane County Young Life of Northwest DuPage Young Men’s Educational Network Young Women’s Leadership Charter School of Chicago Youth Action Coalition Youth on Their Own Youth Organizations Umbrella Yuma Community Food Bank YWCA of Evanston/North Shore YWCA of Metropolitan Chicago

Z Zacharias Sexual Abuse Center ZAKA Zing Foundation Zionist Organization of America Zoological Society of San Diego

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Grants from Identity-Focused Funds As part of The Chicago Community Trust’s commitment to encourage collective philanthropy that meets the changing needs of the diverse communities in metropolitan Chicago, we have partnered with community and corporate leaders to create the following giving groups.

African American Legacy Board of Directors Graham C. Grady, chair Denise B. Gardner, vice chair Deborah B. Cole Julian Coleman Amina Dickerson Maxine Duster Rebecca Ford Terry Rita Ailese Fry Corliss V. Garner Marguerite H. Griffin Loann J. Honesty King John T. Hooker Ralph G. Moore Mary Pattillo Audrey R. Peeples Quintin E. Primo III Cordell Reed Shawnelle Richie Rev. Dr. Richard L. Tolliver 2012 Grant Recipients Amani-Trinity United Community Health Corporation Court Appointed Special Advocates of Cook County Holy Family Ministries Passages Alternative Living Programs Proactive Community Services Stateway Community Partners Young Men’s Educational Network Youth Guidance

Asian Giving Circle Board of Directors Padma Tumuluri, co-chair Ben Ho, co-chair Jennifer Choi, grant making co-chair Jae Jin Pak, grant making co-chair Chindaly Griffith, membership co-chair Christine Plautz, membership co-chair 2012 Grant Recipients Chinese Mutual Aid Association Hamdard Center for Health and Human Services Indian American Medical Association Illinois Charitable Foundation International Organization for Adolescents Japanese American Service Committee

Latino Giving Circle Board of Directors Phillip Jimenez, co-chair Doris Salomón, co-chair Gerry and Alejandra Alvarado Rose Mary Bombela Marta Cerda

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Evette Cardona Margo DeLey Cecilia Garibay Diana Mendoza Juan Orta Marilyn Pagán-Banks Jose R. Sanchez Maria Luisa Ugarte Ramos Sandra Valenzuela Rafaela Weffer Rosa Zamora 2012 Grant Recipients East Village Youth Program Greater Wheeling Area Youth Outreach Latinos Progresando

The LGBT Community Fund Board of Directors James L. Alexander, co-chair Prudence R. Beidler, co-chair Ramesh Ariyanayakam Denise C. Foy Elizabeth Garibay Ken O’Keefe Judith C. Rice Patrick Sheahan Ryan VanMeter No grants were made in 2012

Nuestro Futuro Board of Directors María C. Bechily, co-chair Adela Cepeda, co-chair Martin R. Castro Michael W. Gonzalez Juana Guzmán Luisa Echevarria McNamara Clare Muñana Virginia F. Oviedo Doris Salomón Alejandro Silva Jorge Solís Arthur Velasquez 2012 Grant Recipients Children’s Center of Cicero-Berwyn Family Focus Gads Hill Center Instituto del Progreso Latino Mano a Mano Family Resource Center National Museum of Mexican Art Onward Neighborhood House Segundo Ruiz Belvis Cultural Center Spanish Community Center Tuesday’s Child

Persons with Disabilities Fund Board of Directors John H. Catlin, co-chair Karen Tamley, co-chair Nelly Aguilar Dr. Henry B. Betts Carol Gill Neil Hartigan Suzanne Kenney Kathy Lavin Audrey McCrimon Karen J. McCulloh Sheila T. Romano, EdD Kathy Ryg Gerald D. Skoning 2012 Grant Recipients Children First Fund/CPS

Young Leaders Fund Board of Directors Malinda Christensen, co-chair Tony Tangora, co-chair Eric Hornik, events chair Kim Glowac, grants chair Paul Ferak, membership recruitment chair Chris Lloyd, communications chair Erika Grim, arts and culture co-chair Elisa Miller, arts and culture, co-chair Lupe Casimiro, community and economic development co-chair Jacob Zehnder, community and economic development co-chair Dan Fitzgerald, child development and education co-chair Dana Yormark, child development and education co-chair Thomas Applegate, alumni/fundraising co-chair Dimitri Eliopoulos, alumni/fundraising co-chair 2012 Grant Recipients Centro De Trabajadores Unidos: Immigrant Workers’ Project Harmony, Hope and Healing Holiday Heroes Foundation I Am Logan Square Organizing Students for Education and the Arts Project Danztheatre Company Chicago Danztheatre Ensemble Red Clay Dance Company TFK Chicago Voyagers


Grants from Collaborative Funds Recognizing the importance and effectiveness of collaboration, The Chicago Community Trust supports funder collaboratives, which bring together leadership and funding from multiple foundations, corporations and donors to respond to a particular issue. These collaboratives help funders mobilize and leverage resources needed to achieve greater impact for the community. Following are funder collaboratives of the Trust and the nonprofit organizations they made grants to in 2012.

Arts Work Fund for Organizational Development 500 Clown NFP About Face Theatre Collective Accessible Contemporary Music Actors Gymnasium Albany Park Theater Project archi-treasures Arts & Business Council of Chicago Arts Alliance Illinois Audience Architects Cerqua Rivera Art Experience Changing Worlds Chicago a Cappella Chicago Filmmakers Chicago Human Rhythm Project Chicago Jazz Orchestra Association Chicago Jazz Philharmonic Chicago Mosaic School Chicago Moving Company Chicago Philharmonic Orchestra Orchestral Society of Illinois Chicago Photography Center Children’s Museum of Oak Park Wonder Works Chinese Fine Arts Society CircEsteem Classical Kids Music Education Congo Square Theater Company Contratiempo Dance COLEctive

DanceWorks Chicago Deeply Rooted Productions Elmhurst Art Museum Fifth House Ensemble Free Street Programs Gilloury Institute Silk Road Rising House Theatre of Chicago Ingenuity Incorporated Chicago Institute of Puerto Rican Arts and Culture Intonation Music Workshop Kartemquin Educational Films Kuumba Lynx Lifeline Theatre Lucky Plush Productions Muntu Dance Theatre Neighborhood Writing Alliance Neo-Futurists Northshore Concert Band Pegasus Players Theatre Company PianoForte Foundation Profiles Performance Ensemble Raven Theatre Remy Bumppo Theatre Company Rock for Kids Ruth Page Foundation Sideshow Theatre Company Snow City Arts Foundation Sones de México Ensemble South Chicago Art Center St. Charles Singers Still Point Theatre Collective Storycatchers Theatre

DanceWorks Chicago received a grant from the Arts Work Fund for Organizational Develop­ ment, a funder collaborative of the Trust that was created to help strengthen the management and operations of small arts and cultural organizations in metropolitan Chicago. DanceWorks used its grant to create a two-year strategic fundraising plan. Photo by Todd Rosenberg.

Striding Lion InterArts Workshop Swedish American Museum Association Third Coast International Audio Festival Third Coast Percussion Utopian Theatre Asylum/T.U.T.A. Voice of the City Woman Made Gallery Young Naperville Singers Youth Choral Theater of Chicago

Arts Education Initiative Ingenuity Incorporated Chicago

Smart Chicago Funds (including the Learning Network) Adler Planetarium Art Institute of Chicago Chicago Architecture Foundation Chicago Housing Authority Chicago International Charter School Chicago Public Library Foundation Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce City Colleges of Chicago City of Chicago Department of Innovation and Technology Code for America Labs DePaul University Facing History and Ourselves National Foundation Free Spirit Media John G. Shedd Aquarium Little Black Pearl Workshop Local Initiatives Support Corporation Museum of Science and Industry National Museum of Mexican Art Northwestern University School of Education and Social Policy Project Exploration Steppenwolf Theatre Company University of Chicago University of Chicago Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology University of Massachusetts Boston YMCA of Metropolitan Chicago

The Partnership for New Communitities Chicago Housing Authority City Colleges of Chicago OAI Prairie State College Rogers Park Community Development Corporation South Suburban Community College District 510 University of Illinois at Chicago Center for Urban Economic Development

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A Donor’s Story

Lasting Effects Mary Pattillo witnesses the impact of collective philanthropy in action by working with the African American Legacy.

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“You need to always recognize your responsibility and duty to give back. The Chicago Community Trust has given me the infrastructure to do that.” – Mary Pattillo Mary Pattillo knows how valuable a grant from The Chicago Community Trust is. The sociology professor received one herself 12 years ago to carry out her research on public housing in Chicago. Now she’s on the other side of the table. As a member of the African American Legacy (AAL), an identityfocused fund at the Trust, she helps award grants to nonprofit organizations that work to enhance the quality of life for African Americans throughout metropolitan Chicago—giving her an up-close look into grant making and the powerful impact of collective philanthropy. “There is so much need, so much work to be done, so many racial inequalities that the African-American community experiences,” says Pattillo, the Harold Washington professor of sociology and African-American studies at Northwestern University. “I’m generally passionate about doing my part in intervening and helping to alleviate some of those challenges or at least give people the tools to rise above those challenges.” Family Matters That passion prompted Pattillo to join the African American Legacy in 2007. As a member of AAL’s grants committee, she and the other committee members guided the full group’s process to determine the focus of the fund’s grant making. AAL decided to support nonprofits that strengthen African-American families because they are the cornerstone of a community. By doing so, AAL can address a plethora of challenges that families face, such as unemployment, financial counseling, health care and the criminal justice system. “The problems of African-American families really interface with a lot of other concerns,” Pattillo says. Since 2005, AAL has granted more than $1 million from its endowment to over 50 nonprofits. Of all the nonprofits that AAL has supported, Pattillo is parti­ cularly impressed with the Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of Cook County, which assigns advocates to represent the interests of abused or neglected children in the foster care system. CASA was awarded a grant from AAL to recruit and train more African-American volunteers to serve as advocates. Each of these volunteer advocates undergoes extensive training and continuing education and works about 18 to 24 months on a case. Although CASA advocates are not legal representatives or guardians, they provide a voice for the children in court, working to ensure they receive the social and legal services they need and

live in safe, permanent homes. “These are young people who have almost no one, and so, having that kind of long-term advocate through an extremely confusing, difficult, bureaucratic, legalese process is incredibly important,” Pattillo says. Trust in the Trust In addition to better understanding the impact of non­profits like CASA, Pattillo has gained insight into the rigorous grant making process. She and the grants committee work closely with the Trust staff to evaluate the nonprofits seeking grants, including the programs’ likely impact in the communities they serve, financial solvency and commitment to diversity. “[The Trust] knows the Chicago nonprofit landscape, and they can see a red flag where some of us might not. They can advise us that this might be a risk, and we can make a decision if we want to take that risk,” Pattillo explains. Pattillo plans to put that expertise to work with the donor advised fund she recently opened at the Trust. She intends to support educational and scholarship programs through her donor advised fund, but knows that she can turn to the Trust for grant making guidance as well as professional financial management of the money in her fund—allowing her to fulfill her philanthropic goals now and for years to come. “The Chicago Community Trust is one of the biggest players in the game,” Pattillo says. “And that, of course, means you can have a lot of trust in how your resources will be managed. It is long standing and well established. So you can feel good that they’ve had many years of good stewardship. That gives me confidence that that kind of good stewardship will continue into the future.” 2012 Annual Report

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Grants from Supporting Organizations Supporting organizations are affiliates that operate in conjunction with The Chicago Community Trust. Because of their association with the Trust, supporting organizations enjoy benefits such as favorable tax treatment, exclusion from restrictions normally placed on private foundations, and the Trust’s expert staff and resources. Though these affiliates work closely with the Trust, each retains its unique identity and is responsible for its own grant making decisions, investments and operations.

Burridge D. Butler Memorial Trust Established in 1951, the Burridge D. Butler Memorial Trust is the oldest supporting organization of The Chicago Community Trust. About 20 percent of the annual earned income from this trust is designated for the Children’s Home and Aid Society of Illinois. The remaining earned income benefits the general charitable purposes of The Chicago Community Trust. Board of Directors A. James Anderson, chairman Jeffrey E. Kintzler, secretary Carl Albrecht Richard F. Cook Richard C. Johnson Patricia D. Michael

2012 Grant Recipient The Chicago Community Trust

Glasser and Rosenthal Family Foundation The Glasser and Rosenthal Family Foundation was created by the Glasser and Rosenthal families to support the philanthropic activities of successor generations from each family. Its mission is to improve the quality of life in the Chicago region through nurturing organizations related to education, civic affairs, urban problems and cultural activities.

The Lake County Community Foundation incubated and launched The Alliance for Human Services, a public-private partnership designed to improve the delivery of human services in Lake County. Photo courtesy of The Lake County Community Foundation.

ing the quality of life of Lake County’s most vulnerable residents. Emerging as a strong civic leader with a deep understanding of community needs, the foundation serves as a strategic resource to the nonprofit sector and as the charitable compass for the community and a growing base of donors—pointing the way to collaborative philanthropy. Board of Directors Margaret Moreland, chair A. Stewart Kerr, vice chair R. Gerald Fox, treasurer

The Glasser and Rosenthal Family Foundation was created in 2012 and will begin grant making in 2013.

Miah H. Armour, secretary John L. Anderson Prudence R. Beidler Elizabeth Forbrich Michael Froy

The Lake County Community Foundation In response to the growing needs in Lake County, a region in northern Illinois, The Chicago Community Trust partnered with community leaders to launch The Lake County Community Foundation in 2004. Supported by grant resources from the Trust, the foundation has awarded more than $2.6 million in grants to more than 75 nonprofit organizations that are improv-

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Staff Sylvia M. Zaldivar-Sykes, executive director Susan MacLean, manager of external affairs Maggie Morales, office assistant

2012 Grant Recipients Affordable Housing Corporation of Lake County Community Foundation of Northern Illinois Gorton Community Center HealthReach Incorporated Illinois Institute of Technology The Lake County Community Foundation Leadership Task Force Lake Forest Country Day School Lake Forest Open Lands Association Liberty Prairie Foundation Lincolnshire Senior Care Mano a Mano Family Resource Center Nature Conservancy Illinois Chapter

Reginald Jones

North Shore United Way

Kathryn H. Lansing

PADS Crisis Services

Eve B. Lee

PAWS Chicago (Pets Are Worth Saving)

Horacio Lopez

Ragdale Foundation

Thomas P. McMenamin

Ravinia Festival Association

Adeline S. Morrison

St. Anthony Trust of Hartford

Anne W. Reusché

St. Paul’s School

Ennedy Rivera

Trinity College

Carol Sonnenschein, Ph.D.

University of Washington Foundation

Shaunese Teamer Jerry W. Weber, Ph.D. Arthur M. Wood Jr.


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Lavin Family Supporting Foundation Established in 1996 by Bernice and Leonard Lavin and family, the Lavin Family Supporting Foundation makes grants that benefit the general charitable interests of metropolitan Chicago and beyond. Board of Directors Leonard Lavin, president Maria Bechily David Fox Sr.

2012 Grant Recipients The Chicago Community Foundation Northwestern Memorial Hospital Department of Dentistry Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago

Metropolis Strategies By joining forces with the Trust, Metropolis Strategies brings vital regional leadership to addressing the economic challenges posed to the seven-county region by increased global competition. It seeks to create more economic opportunities, a sustainable region and safer communities. Board of Directors Gerald W. Adelmann James L. Alexander Anthony K. Anderson Rita R. Athas MarySue Barrett Frank H. Beal Prudence R. Beidler Rev. Dr. Byron T. Brazier John L. Bucksbaum John A. Canning Jr. Michael T. Carrigan Frank M. Clark Lester Crown Ronald E. Daly Judy Erwin Charles L. Evans, Ph.D. Tyrone C. Fahner Br. James Gaffney, FSC Jack M. Greenberg M. Hill Hammock King W. Harris Cheryle Robinson Jackson Donald G. Lubin Terry Mazany John W. McCarter Jr. Karen McConnaughay Andrew J. McKenna David R. Mosena Michael H. Moskow, Ph.D. Jorge Ramirez George A. Ranney Raul I. Raymundo Jesse H. Ruiz Maria N. Saldaña John F. Sandner Jeffery D. Schielke Jeffrey T. Sherwin

Adele Smith Simmons Gayle A. Smolinski David Spielfogel Jerome Stermer James P. Stirling Richard L. Thomas Don A. Turner Paula Wolff Corinne G. Wood Andrea L. Zopp Staff Frank H. Beal, executive director Sandra E. Carter, executive assistant Nora Daley Conroy, senior advisor Tracey B. Fleming, director of operations Esther Franco-Payne, program director Sheena F. Frève, program manager Emily J. Harris, vice president James C. LaBelle, vice president Susan Liepert, volunteer George Ranney, president and CEO Christi Regnery, program associate Adele S. Simmons, vice chair and senior executive Maria Veljkovic, program associate Paula Wolff, senior executive Metropolis Strategies does not make grants.

PERT Foundation The PERT Foundation is named for the children of Mary and Chuck Liebman of McHenry, Ill. The Liebmans created this supporting organization in 2002 to benefit the charitable interests of Chicago and beyond. Board of Directors Jason M. Baxendale Heather Bilandic Black Jim Glasser Paul Liebman Thomas Liebman No grants were made in 2012.

Revere Community Partners Fund In 2006, Gary Comer, founder of Lands’ End clothing company, established the Revere Community Partners Fund to improve the vitality of the community served by the Paul Revere Elementary School. Board of Directors Terry Mazany, president Guy Comer, vice president Carol Y. Crenshaw Audrey Peeples William T. Schleicher Jr. No grants were made in 2012.

S&C Foundation In 1998, John R. Conrad, chairman emeritus of S&C Electric Company, established the S&C Foundation to benefit the general charitable interests of metropolitan Chicago and beyond. Board of Directors John W. Estey, president Lew Collens Homer J. Livingston Jr. 2012 Grant Recipients Advocate Condell Medical Center Alliance for Illinois Manufacturing American Diabetes Association American Heart Association Between Friends Care for Real Chicago History Museum Chicago Public Library Rogers Park Branch Chicago Public Schools Air Force Academy High School Chicago Public Schools Student Science Fair Chicago Symphony Orchestra Child’s Voice Children’s Home and Aid Society of Illinois Community Health Charities of Illinois Connections for the Homeless Electrical Safety Foundation International Ethiopian Community Association of Chicago Family Matters Field Museum of Natural History Gateway for Cancer Research George Armstrong School of International Studies Good News Partners Greater Chicago Food Depository Heart of Florida United Way Dr. Nelson Ying Center High Ridge YMCA Housing Opportunities for Women Howard Area Community Center Illinois Institute of Technology Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Jane Addams Resource Corporation Jobs for Youth/Chicago John G. Shedd Aquarium Junior Achievement of Chicago Lawrence Hall Youth Services Lifeline Theatre Lincoln Park Zoological Society Misericordia Home Museum of Science and Industry Northside Catholic Academy Northside College Preparatory High School Raven Theatre Rogers Park Business Alliance - DevCorp North Rogers Park Community Council Rogers Park Montessori School Rogers Park/West Ridge Historical Society Rotary Club of Chicago Far North Saint Gertrude Parish Saint Ignatius Church St. Scholastica Academy United Way of the Bay Area United Way of Greater Milwaukee United Way of Metropolitan Chicago

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The board of The Will County Community Foundation helped the Northern Illinois Food Bank, a grant recipient of the foundation, distribute more than 7,000 pounds of nutritious food to 200 low-income families on May 19, 2012, in Will County. Photo courtesy of The Will County Community Foundation.

University of Illinois College of Engineering

Erie Elementary Charter School

Jay Bergman

Warren Park Youth Baseball Program

Executive Service Corps of Chicago

Kathy Cawley

West Ridge Chamber of Commerce

FOUS Youth Development Services

Edward J. Dollinger

Devon North Town Business & Professional

Graffiti Zone

Andrew Dystrup (in memoriam)

Association

Green Star Movement

Brian Forsythe

Hooked on Drums

John Greuling

Intonation Music Workshop

Cyril W. (Bill) Habiger

Making A Difference Everywhere

Michael Hennessy

New Life Centers of Chicagoland

Wayne Klasing

Peace Corner

Larry Lorimor

Project VISION

Elaine Maimon, Ph.D.

Restoring the Path

Karl Maurer

Springboard Foundation The Springboard Foundation was created to improve the quality of life in Chicago’s lowincome neighborhoods by supporting small, grassroots nonprofit organizations. Since its inception in 1998, the foundation has supported numerous programs dedicated to promoting constructive educational and out-of-school activities for children.

Shanti Foundation for Peace South Side Community Art Center Sunlight African Community Center Urban Students Empowered Foundation

Mike Rittof Christian Spesia, J.D. Janet Viano Staff Michael Trench, executive director Marilyn McSteen, project consultant

Board of Directors Colleen Gallagher, chair Corey Minturn, co-chair Scott Hunken, secretary Chandler Bigelow, treasurer Doug Mabie, founder and director Prudence R. Beidler E. David Coolidge III Richard Driehaus James J. Glasser

2012 Grant Recipients 826CHI Beloved Community Beyond the Ball Carlson Community Services

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The Will County Community Foundation With a growth rate among the fastest in the nation, Will County, Ill., has experienced significant social change recently. As businesses thrive and the population expands, so, too, do the county’s social service needs. Local civic leaders partnered with The Chicago Community Trust to form The Will County Community Foundation in 2006 to address the evolving challenges of the communities in this county. Since 2006, the Trust has provided more than $1 million to help support the operation and grant making activities in Will County.

2012 Grant Recipients Benedictine Sisters Sacred Heart Monastery CASA of Will County Cathedral of St. Raymond Nonnatus Catholic Charities-Diocese of Joliet Catholic Education Foundation of the Diocese of Joliet Diocese of Joliet Feed My Starving Children Good Shepherd Lutheran Church Guardian Angel Community Services Heart Haven OutReach Joliet Junior College Foundation Joliet Montessori School Lewis University

Chicago Ballet Center

Board of Directors

Operation Smile

Chicago Training Center

Dennis Tonelli, chairman

Senior Services Center of Will County

Chicago Youth Development Program

Br. James Gaffney, FSC, vice chairman

Trinity Services

Christ Center of Truth

John H. Weitendorf Jr., secretary

University of St. Francis

Cool Classics

Steve Randich, treasurer

Warren-Sharpe Community Center

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Designated Grants As our region’s community foundation, The Chicago Community Trust works diligently to ensure a donor’s intent is honored in perpetuity. The Trust’s designated fund program supports specific nonprofit organizations, programs and projects that have been determined by the donor. By establishing a designated fund, grants are made for the exclusive use of the selected organization. Following are organizations that received grants from designated funds in 2012. Access Living of Metropolitan Chicago Adler Planetarium Admiral at the Lake Allendale Association Alpha Gamma Delta Founders Memorial Fund Altenheim Home American Foundation for the Blind American Heart Association American Indian Center American Red Cross of Greater Chicago Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago Art Institute of Chicago Ascension School Association House of Chicago Boy Scouts of America Chicago Area Council Boys and Girls Clubs of Chicago Brain Research Foundation Bryn Mawr College Carleton College Casa de los Angeles Chicago Academy of Sciences/The Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum Chicago Bar Foundation Chicago Bible Society Chicago Child Care Society Chicago Children’s Museum Chicago Commons Association Chicago History Museum Chicago Horticultural Society Chicago Botanic Garden Chicago Lighthouse for People Who Are Blind or Visually Impaired Chicago Park District Chicago Shakespeare Theater Chicago Sunday Evening Club Chicago Symphony Orchestra Chicago Theatre Group, Goodman Theatre Chicago Training School for City, Home and Foreign Missions Chicago Youth Centers Chicago Zoological Society Children’s Care Foundation Children’s Home and Aid Society of Illinois ChildServ Christ Church Community Partners for the Common Good Delta Institute DuSable Museum of African American History Elmhurst College Erie Neighborhood House eta Creative Arts Foundation Executive Service Corps of Chicago Family Service Center of Sangamon County Family Service of Winnetka-Northfield Field Museum of Natural History Fourth Presbyterian Church Glencoe Union Church Glenwood School for Boys and Girls Glessner House Museum

Heartland Alliance for Human Needs & Human Rights Holy Covenant United Methodist Church Hubbard Street Dance Chicago Illinois College Illinois Institute of Technology Illinois Society for the Prevention of Blindness Illinois St. Andrew Society Scottish Old People’s Home Infant Welfare Society of Chicago Jazz Institute of Chicago John G. Shedd Aquarium Juvenile Protective Association King’s Daughters Organization Lake Forest Symphony Latin School of Chicago League of Women Voters of Illinois Education Fund Lincoln Park Zoological Society Loyola University Chicago Family Business Center Lyric Opera of Chicago Metropolitan Family Services Museum of Contemporary Art Museum of Science and Industry Music and Dance Theater Chicago, Harris Theater for Music and Dance National Museum of Mexican Art New Foundation Center Northshore University HealthSystem Northwestern Lake Forest Hospital Northwestern Memorial Health Care Northwestern University Northwestern University Settlement Association Off the Street Club Old Town School of Folk Music

Oliveti Community Center One Hope United PACT Pine Mountain Settlement School Planned Parenthood of Illinois Presbyterian Homes Principia College QBG Foundation Ragdale Foundation Rainbow Hospice and Palliative Care Ravinia Festival Association Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago Rogers Park Community Action Network Rush University Medical Center Salvation Army Metropolitan Division Senior Centers of Metropolitan Chicago SGA Youth & Family Services Shriners Hospitals for Children Somonauk Cemetery Association Steppenwolf Theatre Company Tree Research and Education Endowment Fund Union League Boys and Girls Club United Methodist Homes and Services United Presbyterian Church Board of National Missions United Way of Metropolitan Chicago University of Chicago University of Chicago Medical Center Valley West Community Hospital Winnetka Congregational Church Women Employed Institute YMCA of Metropolitan Chicago Youth Campus YWCA of Metropolitan Chicago

The Executive Service Corps of Chicago and its contingent of volunteer consultants, who are veteran executives, provide consulting services and professional development to grow and sustain the nonprofit sector. Photo courtesy of the Executive Service Corps of Chicago.

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Matching Gifts Furthering the mission to promote philanthropy and building Chicago’s charitable resources, The Chicago Community Trust offers a matching gifts program to staff and the Executive Committee, the governing board of the Trust. This opportunity allowed employees, the members of the Executive Committee and the Trust to donate more than $132,000 to nonprofit organizations in 2012. Following are the recipients of these charitable gifts. Access Living Active Transportation Alliance After School Matters AIDS Foundation of Chicago Albany Park Theater Project Alivio Medical Center American Lung Association of the Upper Midwest Animals Deserving of Proper Treatment A.D.O.P.T ARFhouse Chicago Barrington Suzuki Strings Bickerdike Redevelopment Corporation BPI Bronzeville Children’s Museum Chicago Children’s Choir Chicago Coalition for the Homeless The Chicago Community Foundation The Chicago Community Trust Chicago Council on Global Affairs Chicago Dancing Company Chicago Dramatists Chicago Foundation for Women Chicago Jazz Philharmonic Chicago Metro History Education Center Chicago Public Media Chicago Public Schools Student Science Fair Children’s Memorial Foundation Chinese Mutual Aid Association Community Renewal Society Council on American-Islamic Relations Crossroads Community Church of Fox Valley

The Chinese Mutual Aid Association’s comprehensive services include academic, social and educational programs, which provide a safe and healthy environment for youth to excel. Photo by Kira Kurka.

Crossroads Fund Cystic Fibrosis Foundation DePaul University

The Lake County Community Foundation

Polish Museum of America

El Valor

Landmarks Preservation Council of Illinois

Rape Victims Advocates

Engaging Philanthropy Inspiring Creativity

Lawyers Lend-A-Hand to Youth

RML Specialty Hospital

Erie Neighborhood House

Lewis University

Roger Baldwin Foundation of ACLU

Facing History and Ourselves

Liberty Prairie Conservancy

Rogers Park Business Alliance

Family Focus

Literacy Volunteers of Lake County

Field Museum

MayaWorks

Rush University Medical Center

Firebelly Foundation

Mercy Home for Boys & Girls

Friends of the Chicago River

Metropolitan Planning Council

Friends of the Parks

Montini Catholic High School

Goodman Theatre

Morgan Park Academy

Greater Chicago Food Depository

Museum of Science and Industry

Harris Theater for Music and Dance

National Multiple Sclerosis Society Greater

Helping Hand for Relief & Development

Poverty Law Sound Vision Foundation St. Ignatius College Prep Steppenwolf Theatre UCAN Uhlich Children’s Advantage Network Universal School University of Chicago

Hubbard Street Dance Chicago

National Museum of Mexican Art

Humboldt Park Social Services

National Public Housing Museum

Illinois Campaign for Political Reform

Northern Illinois University Foundation

Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and

Northwestern University

Voices for Illinois Children

On Your Feet Foundation

West Town Bikes

Institute of Women Today

One Million Degrees

Westminster Christian School

International Education of Students IES Abroad

Openlands Project

Women Employed

Jewish Council on Urban Affairs

Options for Youth

Women’s Initiative Chicago

Kuumba Lynx

Our Lady of Tepeyac High School

World Bicycle Relief

Refugee Rights

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The 1915 Society The Chicago Community Trust created The 1915 Society to honor those generous, forward-thinking donors who made a commitment to secure metropolitan Chicago’s future by including the Trust in their estate plans. Members of The 1915 Society, named for the year the Trust was founded, are ensured that their intentions will forever be translated into meaningful charitable purposes. Changing times and conditions never make these gifts obsolete. Under the capable management of the Trust, they become free endowments, adaptable to evolving circumstances.

Current Members

Maynard* and Elinor Marks

Jane S. Beach

Thomas G. Cottell

Mr. and Mrs. John L. Anderson

Beatrice Cummings Mayer

Thomas H. Beacom

Cornelius Crane

Terry and Lottie Mazany

Horace M. Beebe

John Lloyd Crate

Scott W. McCausland

August J. Beloch

Payson E. and Eve Gordon Crissy

Mrs. Withrow W. Meeker

Hilbert Bengtson

Emerson and Alice Crocker

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mendelson

Virginia Bensinger

Albert E. Cross

Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Mishlove

James F. Beré

Fannie F. Cross

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Mitchell

Herman and Ernestine Berger

Darwin Curtis

Neville and John Bryan

Mr. Nick J. Patti

Rose Bernice

John C. Curtis

Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Perkaus Jr.

Ms. Jane Buckwalter

Helen U. Bibas

Audrey McGrath Cutter

Ms. Jamie Phillippe

Mr. Jimmie R. Alford* and Ms.

Rubetta W. Biggs

Charles Darling

Mr. John Pick

Irene J. Bliss

Mary Darrach

Mrs. June B. Pinsof

Mr. and Mrs. John A. Canning Jr.

Lucille E. and Joseph L. Block

Jane Dement Date

Mr. and Mrs. Cordell Reed

Mr. James A. Casey and

Mary L. Block

James C. Davis

M and L Reinheimer

Margaret S. and Phillip D. Block Jr.

Alex Demond

Bob* and Mary Reusché

George W. Blossom

Jane and Edison Dick

Ms. Elizabeth D. Richter and

William F. Bode

Lewis A. Donaldson

Hazel Boostrom

James H. Douglas

Mr. Vernon Armour Mr. and Mrs. Peter M. Ascoli Mr. Jason M. Baxendale Ms. Anne Blanton Mrs. Barbara T. Bowman Mr. and Mrs. William W. Boyd

Maree G. Bullock

Mrs. Ann B. Casey Mr. Morton Coburn Jane B. and John C. Colman

Mr. Tobin M. Richter

Ms. Jean W. Cozier

Mr. Harry Q. Rohde

Ms. Sandra Vitantonio and

Marion Borwell

John S. Dunhill

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rosenberg

James E. Bowman

Ruth Dunn

David H. Sanders

Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Darnall

Dr. Norman Bridge

Edna L. Dunning

Mr. Franklin Schmidt

Kassie Davis

Elizabeth Brotchner

Sherburne M. Earling

Mrs. Rose L. Shure

Antoinette F. Brown

Ms. Margo De Ley

Margaret Waller Eckhart

Mrs. Gordon H. Smith

Baird Brown

Clara E. Eddy

Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Field V

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond C. Tower

Bertha Evans Brown

Anna C. Edmonds

Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd A. Fry III

Mr. Richard B. Turner

Edward Eagle Brown

Robert D. and Esther S. Elder

Mr. Robert H. Glaze

Gwen Ulijasz

Emily Lorimer Brown

Mr. Theodore M. Utchen

Ernest T. Elvyn

Mr. and Mrs. Jack M. Greenberg

Mary Elizabeth Erskine

Mr. Lester Hammar

Mr. Thomas E. Warnke

Gerald S. Brown

Mrs. James Zacharias

Gladys B. Buettner

Walter Ewing

Deborah Hellerstein, Ph.D.

Virginia Buettner

Jean H. Fahnestock

Albert J. Buggie

William W. Falconer

James and Caroline Monroe

Amy Falk

Mr. Tilden Cummings Jr.

Mr. and Mrs.* Lawrence Howe Mr. and Mrs. Walter D. Jacobson

*deceased

Mr. and Mrs. Edgar D. Jannotta Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Michael L. Keiser

Buggie

Irene H. Faust

Olive M. Buggie

Frank J. Fecke

William A. Burns

Calvin and Paulina Lyon Fentress

Judy and John P. Keller

Deceased Members

Ms. Shawn M. Donnelley and

John J. Abbott

Mary Elizabeth Burroughs

Goldabelle McComb Finn

Lester and Hope Abelson

Burridge D. and Ina H. Butler

George Firmenich

Ada Ahern

Blema E. Cabeen

Marian G. Fisher

Marie M. Aldis

John Campbell

Philip McKay Fisher

W.D. Allen

Frank Carioti

Alfred Forrest

Ruth Jones Allison

Ryderea Carpenter

Mabel O. Forsman

Jennie Alperin

Walter J. Carrick

Charles K. Foster

George F. Anderson

Henry T. Chandler

Janet B. Foster

Paul J. Leaman Jr.

Norman Richard Anderson

Rosaline Cohn

Clinton E. and Margaret A. Frank

Paul and Eileen LeFort

Stewart Going Anderson

Seymour Coleman

Meyer E. Franklin

Mr. Marc Levin

Edward F. Andrews

Jerome M. Comar

Henry B. Freeman

Mary* and Charles S. Liebman

Lolita Sheldon Armour

Gary Comer

Ruth M. Freeman

Ms. Rebecca Liebman

Marie Arnold

Lois R. Conley

Marjorie and Herbert B. Fried

Charlotte Lindon

Josephine Arnold

John R. Conrad

A.S. and E.W. Froelich

Mr. Richard J. Loewenthal

Lillian Axsmith

Victor Cook

Marguerite Ann Gabel

Mr. David R. Luckes

Warner Green and

William J. Cook

Myrtle Galvin

Loretta Copeland

Leslie Freeman Gates

Dr. Christopher M. Kelly Mr. and Mrs. George D. Kennedy Ms. Rhonda Kodjayan Patricia and Martin Koldyke Ms. Alice W. Kraus Dr. Holly A. Rosencranz and Mr. Warren G. Lavey

Thomas and Susan Lydon

Julia Dole Baird

Mr. Philip Lyons

Marian Barber

Grace G. Corey

Albertina Gerhmann

Mr. and Mrs. John D. Mabie

Phil C. Barber

Eleanor H. Corkle

Charles F. Glore

Ms. Mardie MacKimm

Clifford W. and Alice Reid Barnes

David F. Corkle

Raelene V. Goldstein

Ms. Babs W. Maltenfort

William Beniah Barrar

Lynnie B. Cornwell

Gertrude W.P. Gordon

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Martha E. Gould

Albert W. Klingbell

Grace E. Parks

Ora Carr Stannard

Josephine H. Graham

Mary L. Koelle

Thomas W. Parks

Clara M. Stein

Dr. Oscar E. Grant

Grace Emily Kretsinger

James A. and Amanda Louisa

Lawrence F. Stern

Max and Greta Gratzinger

Harry B. Kuhns

Harold T. Griswold

Frank W. Kushel

John L. Patten

Helen K. Gurley

Anthony R. La Ferla

Azel A. Peck

Katherin E. Stimson

Phyllis M. Haeger

Ella R. Lahey

Ralph Penn

Christian Hans Stoelting

Ruth T. Halliburton

Elsie Lahey

Carl Penn

William B. Storey

Walter J. Hamlin

Warren E. Lamson

Christen J. Peterson

Howard A. Stotler

Jaunita Hanson

Louise H. Landau

W.W. Pike

Eli M. Straus

Dwight S. Harding

Helen G. Laue

Ellen S. Poole

Frederick R. Stryker

Raymond Harkrider

Estella S. and Sol C. Lazarus

Grellet C. and Dorothy S. Pound

Margaret J. Stuart

Marianne S. Harper

Harry B. Lee

Frederick H. Prince

Frank L. Sulzberger

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wadsworth

Reginald Levy

Dr. Brown Pusey

Bernard E. Sunny

Rose Kuhn Levy

Dr. William Allen Pusey

Harold Swift

Jane G. Harris

Marion M. Lloyd

William F. and Mabel E. Quarrie

J. Hall Taylor

N. Dwight and Jane G. Harris

Henrietta Lovi

Margaret K. Quarrie

Dean Terrill

Sylva W. Harris

Ralph L. Lucchesi

Lucile Ralston

Victor and Lorraine Tesinsky

Carrye and Abraham S. Hart

Harry B. Lusch

Minnie J. Randall

Narcissa Niblack Thorne

Sylvia Shaw Haskins

Frank Lytle

Frank C. and Margo Randolph

Frank W. Thurston

William and Emma Hatfield

Cora Davis Magie

Mary K. Redington

Chester D. Tripp

Ralph A. Haworth

Edmund C. Mahoney

Patricia Galvin Reedy

Charles E. Troughear

Harry F. Hayes

Walter S. and Ella M. Malinke

Earl Reeve

Abbie E. Tyrell

Frank A. Hecht

Harry L. Marshall Jr.

Gladys L. Reisman

Louise L. Valentine

Margaret L. Hecht

Gertrude B. Martin

Robert ReuschĂŠ

Henry Van Gelder

Helen E. Heggie

Fowler McCormick

Maude Crawford Rice

Morris and Nellie A. Vehon

Janet H. Hegwood

Cyrus H. and Harriet McCormick

May Josephine Rogers

Ernest H. and Lillian H. Volwiler

Raleigh G. Hegwood

Robert H. McElwee

Adele Rosenberg

Louise M. Waiss

Rollin D. Hemans

Foster G. McGraw

Stella M. and William A. Rowley

Ina F. Walker

Celia Hernandez

Irving McHenry

Dorothy M. Ryde

Alex Wallack

Adolph G. Hieronymous

Helen Sunny McKibbin

Arthur Rubloff

Henry P. Weber

Curtis M. Hinman

William McKittrick

Mary Crane Russell

Mildred M. Weber

Robert E. Hinman

Robert and Jeanette McMurdy

Edward L. and Nora B. Ryerson

Majorie Webster

Jacob Hirtenstein

Richard McPherren

Gladys D. Sandhagen

Helen and Maurice Weigle

Mary Dickinson Hoffman

Frank W. Means

Frederecke Caroline Schall

Louis and Zelda W. Werner

Samuel Hofman

James S. Merrill

Marion Schaffner

Charles P. Wheeler

Lowell S. Hoit

Major Truman T. Metzel

Robert C. Schaffner

Elsie K. White

Rudolph Wieser and

John P. Metzer

Earl K. Schiek

Sarah E. White

Edwin F. Meyer

Max Schiff

Gertrude Wickersham

Ellen Holt

Donald C. Miller

Norman J. Schlossman

Emilee L. Wild

E. S. Holtslander

Martha Hopkins Miller

George Alvin Schmidt

James Robert Williams

Harris

Maria Baxter Holmes

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Russell T. Stern Genevieve Marie Stevenson

William J. and Helen E. Hough

Ruth Mitchell

Florence Schryver

George H. Williamson

Edwin P. Hovey

Harry C. Moir

John Calwell Scott

Madeline Block Willner

Wilfred Hovey

Edith M. Monash

Sylvia S. Seaman

Mae B. Wiltsee

Melita Seipp Howard

Catherine D. Monks

John G. and Frances C. Searle

Fredda Wines

Hester Ludlow Howe

Frederick W. Moore

Lucy B. Seefurth

Lenor Adeline Wise

Rose C. Hrdlicka

E. Myra Morgan

Helen B. Sehrig

Frank H. and Nellie C. Woods

F.B. Hubacheck Jr.

Katherine L. Morningstar

Ella U. Seipp

Charles H. Worcester

Fred A. Huehn

Preston and Sterling Morton

Morris Selz

Mary F.S. Worcester

Emily S. Hulbert

Sophia P. Morton

Robert F. Serafin

Edith Franklin Wyatt

Moses Iralson

Horace C. Moses

Mercedea M. Seyfarth

Faith Wyatt

Herbert S. Irving

Dorothy Mosiman

Marion Adele Shank

Carl W. Zepp

George M. Jackson

Ruth C. Mosser

Helen E. Shapiro

Florence Emily Jennings

John R. and Martha E. Moulder

Eleanor Shay

Hilda T. and Albert J. Johnson

Blanche E. Muller

Mary R. Shedd

Morten S. Johnson

James A. Neil

Louise B. Shire

Ralph G. and Helen C. Johnson

Herman W. Nelson

Sylvia Simons Sights

Frances P. Johnston

Helmet and Ruth Netzer

James Simpson

Fred B. Jones

Bruce Newman

Burton O. Smith

George Herbert Jones

Dan A. Nicholson

Edward Page Smith

Ethel Kawin

Arthur C. Nielsen

Hermon Dunlap and

Irene Kawin

Gwendolyn Norton

Ethelyn Kerr

William Olive

Gordon Smith

Edward M. Kerwin

Emily Fentress Ott

Muriel Smith

Geraldine M. King

Lucille Paaske

James P. Soper

Leopold Kling

Dr. Morris L. Parker

Karen A. Sorensen

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Leaving a Legacy in Chicago

The Chicago Community Trust’s gift planning program provides peace of mind. After Ted Utchen retired from a private Chicago-based family investment company, he turned his attention to charitable giving. The more research he did, the more he worried that he would designate a gift for a charity that might close or somehow lose its way. Utchen had heard of The Chicago Community Trust’s estate giving program and ultimately decided to designate the majority of his estate to the Trust in his will. “They are here in the region where my career has been, and this is where I’d like to do something important,” he says. “I have no doubt my estate will be serving good purposes.” A Myriad of Giving Options Jason M. Baxendale, director of gift planning at the Trust, says leaving charitable gifts in the Trust’s care can alleviate concerns like Utchen’s. “This institution was designed to safeguard your intent for perpetuity,” he says.

Ted Utchen (l.) was inducted into The 1915 Society on May 31, 2012, at the annual 1915 Society Luncheon, where keynote speaker Geoffrey Baer (r.) of WTTW entertained guests with stories of how the Trust’s history intersects with the history of Chicago. Photo by Laura Witherow.

If a donor leaves a gift to a specific nonprofit, for instance, the Trust will ensure that the organization is stable and true to the donor’s intent. “If it closes or experiences mission drift, we will apply the funds to the most similar organization possible,” Baxendale says.

Donors may also choose to designate their gifts to certain causes—such as after-school programs or medical research—then charge the Trust to allocate the funds to appropriate nonprofits. An unrestricted gift is another option, says Baxendale: “When you do that, you’re saying to the Trust, ‘You know the city’s most pressing needs and you always will. Choose the best and highest use for this gift.’” When donors include the Trust in their wills, they become members of the Trust’s 1915 Society, which holds annual lun­cheons to thank donors and update them on the Trust’s activities. Utchen was an inductee at the most recent event in May. For many donors, their gifts to the Trust are the biggest and grandest ones they will ever give. “The impact is so great,” Baxendale says. “When someone gives, what they’re saying is: ‘I’m a Chicagoan and I love this city dearly. I want to make a gift that will improve the quality of life in this community that has always nurtured me and been instrumental in my success.’” Vice President of Development and Donor Services Jamie Phillippe (l.) and Kassie Davis (r.), both members of The 1915 Society, attended The 1915 Society Luncheon, which the Trust held to thank the members of the society for securing metropolitan Chicago’s future by including the Trust in their estate plans. Photo by Laura Witherow.

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In Memoriam

A Life of Service Jimmie Alford dedicated his career to strengthening the nonprofit sector. With a heavy heart, The Chicago Community Trust, metropol­ itan Chicago and the nation lost one of the greatest champions for the nonprofit and philanthropic world. Jimmie Alford, the founder of the premier national consulting firm for nonprofits, The Alford Group, passed away on December 18, 2012, at age 69. His family, friends and colleagues remember him as a man of service, mentor, philanthropic visionary, and wonderful husband and father. “Jimmie believed in helping people to live a life of significance,” says Maree Bullock, Alford’s wife of 15 years. “People could always trust him to give the right advice and help them to go beyond what they thought they could do.” Over the last 50 years, Alford dedicated his career to public service and guiding nonprofits and foundations like the Trust

Jimmie Alford, founder of The Alford Group, a consulting firm exclusively for nonprofit organizations, devoted his 50year career to helping nonprofits maximize their opportunities and vision.

to reach their full potential beyond just fundraising. He counseled organizations on their overall operations, governance practices, staffing and strategic planning. In 2009, Alford helped the Trust develop and launch its $1 billion endowment campaign. The Trust so far has raised $800 million. He also helped the Trust better engage and nurture its relation­ships with potential donors, volunteers and civic leaders. “Jimmie helped us create a culture of philanthropy and a culture of customer service,” says Jamie Phillippe, vice president of development and donor services at the Trust. “He gave his time and expertise to everyone,” adds Phillippe, who previously worked as a vice president at The Alford Group for three years, helping to build the firm’s client base. “To lose somebody so skilled in fundraising and working with nonprofit leaders at such an early age leaves a big void.”

The Better Government Association presented Jimmie Alford (pictured here with his wife, Maree Bullock) with the 2012 Lifetime Achievement Award on October 2, 2012, for helping to reinvigorate the government watchdog organization.

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Call of Duty Alford, the first in his family to attend college, initially thought he would go into the ministry. But he discovered his true calling when he worked as a counselor for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Chicago at the Lathrop Homes complex on the North Side while he attended North Park University. “He found that his ministry was really working with nonprofits,” Bullock explains. After graduating, Alford joined the Boys & Girls Clubs full time. He rose up the ranks to become the youngest club director at the age of 24. He led the development of programs that tackled gang violence and helped bring a mix of new activities beyond sports, including arts programs and a radio station where children could produce their own radio programs. Photos courtesy of Maree Bullock.


Jimmie Alford enjoyed spending time with his family. From l.: Alan Bullock, Alford’s son; Alford; Maree Bullock, Alford’s wife; Collin Reardon, Alford’s grandson; Ann Bullock Reardon, Alford’s daughter; Sean Reardon, Alford’s son-in-law; and Joshua Mawioo Mutisya, Alford’s son.

Alford then went on to direct the fundraising activities of the Boys & Girls Clubs while earning his master’s degree in administration and organizational behavior from George Williams College of Aurora University. Forging a New Path By the late 1970s, Alford was ready to make a change that would set him on a broader path. From an office in his bedroom, he began planting the seeds for his consulting firm. In 1979, he founded The Alford Group with the mission of strengthening the nonprofit sector. The Evanston, Ill.-based firm helps nonprofits build their capacity while meeting their immediate organizational and fundraising goals. The firm conducts feasibility studies for organizations as well as offers services such as coaching and professional development of staff and volunteers, executive search assistance, and technology support. With offices in Boston and Seattle now, the company has grown to become one of the largest nonprofit consulting firms nationwide, having worked with more than 2,700 clients, including the Chicago Urban League, the Old Town School of Folk Music and World Bicycle Relief. Alford’s colleagues credit the success of the firm in part to how he strove to bring out the best from his team. “He was a patient teacher,” says Brenda Asare, senior vice president and Midwest division manager for The Alford Group. “He challenged us to raise our sights, achieve things greater than we thought would be possible.” Long-Term Commitment Alford stayed on as chairman of The Alford Group even after retiring in 2006 from daily operations. That included helping nonprofits like the Better Government Association, which presented him with a lifetime achievement award for his services to the government watchdog organization.

Jimmie Alford’s numerous fundraising campaigns spanned the nonprofit sector Nonprofit management expert Jimmie Alford started his consulting firm, The Alford Group, specifically to help nonprofit organizations improve their fundraising and services. Over the past 33 years, he was instrumental in helping thousands of nonprofits across the nation develop and carry out their capital campaigns. Here are just some of the nonprofits that Alford worked with to help raise the funds they needed to make an impact in their fields—and ultimately bolster the nonprofit sector. Arts/Culture/Humanities The Chicago Academy of Sciences/The Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum Chicago Shakespeare Theater Copernicus Cultural Center The Field Museum Hubbard Street Dance Illinois Holocaust Museum & Education Center The Joffrey Ballet Kohl Children’s Museum Museum of Science and Industry Old Town School of Folk Music Education College of Lake County Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy Lake Forest Graduate School of Management Lewis University Loyola Academy North Park University Pacific Lutheran University Roosevelt University Trinity International University Woodlands Academy of the Sacred Heart Environmental The Morton Arboretum Openlands Religion Am Shalom The Baptist Student Foundation at the University of Illinois

Congregation B’nai Jehoshua Beth Elohim First United Methodist Church at the Chicago Temple Fourth Presbyterian Church of Chicago The John Paul II Newman Foundation at University of Illinois at Chicago McCormick Theological Seminary Health Care Advocate Health Care Community Cancer Center (Normal, Ill.) Elmhurst Memorial Hospital Presbyterian Homes Sisters of St. Francis Health Services – Indiana Region Human Services The Admiral Boys & Girls Clubs of Chicago The British Home (Cantata) Chicago Children’s Advocacy Center Christian Homes The Cradle Elim Christian Services Easter Seals, Joliet Region El Valor Greater Chicago Food Depository H.O.M.E. (Housing Opportunities and Maintenance for the Elderly) Horizon Hospice Off the Street Club The Salvation Army – Kroc Center

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He also never forgot those who helped him through the many decades in the nonprofit and philanthropic world. He remained a staunch supporter and advisor to the Boys & Girls Clubs. A decade ago, he helped develop and launch the Axelson Center for Nonprofit Management at North Park University to provide training and resources for nonprofit professionals. He also served as a university trustee and taught several graduate school courses and workshops. “Even though Professor Alford had five decades of experience with nonprofit organizations, he never stayed in the past,” says Jonathan VanderBrug, a North Park graduate student pursuing his master’s in nonprofit administration. “He was always

looking ahead, assessing and anticipating the future of the nonprofit sector and challenging us to do the same.” Alford not only left an indelible imprint on his students, but his extraordinary philanthropic achievements will live on in the nonprofit sector and metropolitan Chicago. “As an advocate for service and giving, [Alford] stood tall, revolutionized the field and made a difference day after day,” wrote Mayor Rahm Emanuel in a letter to the Alford family following Alford’s death. “He was diligent and determined to better the greater community. He was a stellar example of a Chicagoan.”

Jimmie Alford liked working at his computer with his grandson, Collin, on his lap.

“Our legacy is like a footprint on the beach with the high tide coming in; it will not last long. But for Jimmie, his legacy may last longer than most … his legacy does not bear his name, but yours.” – Rev. Phil Blackwell, senior pastor at First United Methodist Church at Chicago Temple, from his eulogy of Jimmie Alford 70

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The Golden Years Maynard Marks helped improve the quality of life for the elderly in the Chicago region. Maynard Marks believed that the foundation to living well was rooted in a charitable heart as described in the Old Testament story about the gleaners. As the biblical tale goes, the farmers out of compassion left the edges of their harvested fields for those in need. Marks always held on to that lesson he learned. “You are to leave enough grain in your fields for the gleaners,” Marks said about the importance of giving. “Charity is a way of life. It is not something you do for a reason.” Philanthropy, indeed, was a guiding force in the life of this low-key but energetic and witty man, who passed away at age 100 on December 22, 2012. It inspired him to become a strong advocate for the elderly, contributing his time and money to a cause that hit close to home. Respecting Seniority With a mission to address the inadequate care for Chicago’s growing senior population, Marks and his wife, Elinor, spearheaded the charge in 1976 by establishing one of the first donor advised funds at The Chicago Community Trust. For more than 35 years, the Elinor and Maynard Marks Family Fund supported numerous organizations that address the pressing needs of seniors in Chicago. That included helping to set up the Chicago Five Hospital Homebound Elderly Program, a longterm home care model. The fund also contributed the largest single gift to the North Shore Senior Center to build its House of Welcome, a day care facility for Alzheimer’s patients. Marks, who owned several businesses, including a real estate firm, opened their fund at the Trust because he and his wife, who died in 1994, wanted to be able to continue giving even after they had passed away. “That’s the best memorial a person can have,” he said in an interview with the Trust in 1990. Marks’ three sons will now serve as advisors to the fund, working with the Trust to carry on their parents’ philanthropy. Cause and Effect Marks’ passion to support the elderly was sparked by his wife, a retired social worker and volunteer for senior programs. Elinor Marks co-founded the Highland Park Senior Center and helped the Family Service of South Lake County to develop a telephone

Maynard Marks and his wife, Elinor, opened one of the first donor advised funds at The Chicago Community Trust to improve the care of elderly residents in metropolitan Chicago. Photo by Lisa Ebright.

check-in system for seniors living alone. She cared for all the aged members of the Marks family. “Dad always insisted that ‘your mother was the real social worker in our family,’” says Tom Marks, one of his sons. “He clearly learned a lot by watching her in action all those years.” Elinor Marks was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease in the early 1980s. During her illness, Marks joined a support group for caregivers at the North Shore Senior Center—one of the many for which he advocated and financially backed. He soon became a mentor within that group and eventually a peer counselor at the center to help other families caring for elderly loved ones—a testament of his gratitude and generosity, says Sandi Johnson, former executive director of the North Shore Senior Center, who first met Marks in the mid-1980s. “He had a real need to help others,” Johnson explains. “He impacted so many lives with his generosity, not just financially but with his spirit.” 2012 Annual Report

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The Trust fondly remembers its friends who have recently passed away.

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Charles Bliss v

Helen C. Doria v

Andy Dystrup v

Jean M. Hoffmaster v

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Funds of The Chicago Community Trust and Affiliates For 97 years, individuals, families, organizations and businesses have worked with The Chicago Community Trust to manage their charitable giving through the establishment and support of individual funds. In 2012, the Trust welcomed 77 new funds to the 1,068 funds already housed here. We owe a debt of gratitude to all of our donors whose thoughtful philanthropic planning resulted in the establishment of these funds.

New Funds

The P and J Fund

Alta Vista Fund

The AMD Family Fund

The Dempsey Paige Fund

Alternative Visions Fund

Panson Family Foundation

Evelyn Alter Family Fund

Maple Corners Fund The Armstrong Family Charitable Fund The Barrat Family Fund Bruce Beatus Fund Bob & Josephine Beavers Family Foundation Fund David and Kitty Beecken Fund The Michael and Susan Beecroft Family Fund The Benjamin Family Fund Benson Family Fund Ann Benson Fund The Susan Berghoef Family Fund The Blitz Family Don and Shelley Byrne Family Foundation Fund Frank V. Carioti Fund The Casey Family Fund John H. Catlin Endowment Fund Chicagoland Workforce Funder Alliance The William and Margaret Cockbill Fund The Maggie C. Daley Park Fund The Edward & Gloria Dollinger Family Legacy Fund The DREAMers Fund The Ted and Melinda Ewing Fund The Robert Farley, Jr. Charitable Fund Franczek Family Fund Mary Grace Charitable Fund Hylton & Lawrence Hard Fund The Gardner W. Heidrick Scholarship Fund

Mary Pattillo Fund

American Muslim Civic Engagement Fund

Audrey R. Peeples Endowment Fund

American National General Fund

The Reed Family Donor Fund

American Red Cross of Greater Chicago Will

The Robert F. Reusché Memorial Fund

George F. Anderson Fund

The Bruce and Joan Richard Family Fund

Norman Richard Anderson

Russell W. and Priscilla H. Rose Fund

Stewart Going Anderson Fund

Dorothy M. Ryde Fund

E. F. Andrews Fund

Selman Family Fund

Ansar Group Charitable Fund

The Robin & Doug Shore Fund

Arch Foundation Fund

Jay Lovell Smith Family Fund

Argentar and Asher Fund

The Matthew D. and Corinne V. Spinale

Ark Fund

Charitable Fund

Robert Howard Annual Series for Social Justice Fund Illinois Dream Fund

Lolita Sheldon Armour Fund

Sara Stone Fund

Medgar Drayton Armstrong Scholarship Fund

Sun-Times Foundation, A Fund of The Chicago

Art Institute of Chicago Endowment Fund

Community Foundation The Mike and Carol Swenson Family Charitable Fund

Arts Work Fund for Organizational Development Peter and Lucy Ascoli Family Fund Asian Giving Circle

Patricia J. Tuohy Family Fund

ATHENA Fund

The Village In The City Endowment Fund

Margaret B. and Harry Axelrod Charitable Trust

The Voyager Group Fund

Fund

Warmuth Family Fund Jane B. Wellstein Memorial Fund The Penny Ann Wilson Fund The Winter Rose Fund The William and Donna Waltrip Fund

B Officer Michael Ray Bailey Sr. Memorial Fund Baird & Warner Good Will Network Fund Warner Green Baird and Julia Dole Baird Fund Barrett D. and Kristin K. Baker Fund

Existing Funds

Neal Ball Charitable Fund

2016 Fund for Chicago Neighborhoods

Paul and Robert Barker Foundation Fund

75th Anniversary Fund/In Trust for Children of Greater Chicago

The Carol and Marc Bard Family Fund Alice Reid Barnes Visiting Nurse Association Fund Alice Reid Barnes Young Women’s Christian

The Kistner-Eddy Family Fund

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The John F. Kofler Fund

AAYS Fund

Hal and Joan Kraft Family Fund

Lester & Hope Abelson Fund for the

The Lavin Bernick Huber Charitable Fund

Arts Education Initiative Fund

The Gary and Barbara Thompson Fund

IMAN Fund The Kalousdian-Lawrence Family Fund

Laurance Armour Memorial Fund

Sprout Fund

Arthur & Nicole Herbst Charitable Fund Holland Costello Charitable Giving Fund

County Fund

Robert F. Reusché Operating Endowment Fund

Association Fund

Performing Arts

Clifford W. Barnes Chicago Sunday Evening Club Fund Clifford W. Barnes Foundation Fund

The Jack R. Lazzara Charitable Gift Fund

ABN AMRO Asia Emergency Fund

Larry E. Barnett Memorial Fund

The Claire M. Leaman Fund

Richard L. and Louise Abrahams Family Fund

Barney Family Foundation Fund

Levit Family Fund

The Michael Abramson Foundation for the

Barnum Family Fund

The William Lynch Family Fund

Creative and Performing Arts Fund

William Beniah Barrar Fund

The Stephen Macleod Fund

Access Living Fund

The Barry Family Fund

The Martin Family Charitable Fund

Adler Planetarium Endowment Fund

Susan T. Bart Donor Advised Fund

Scott Woods McCausland Fund

Adreani Foundation Fund

Basic Human Needs Fund

Kyiv Mohyla Foundation of America

AF III

Eli Bates Fund

AKArama Foundation Fund

BDR Education Fund

The Nyberg Family Fund

Akason Family Fund

Jane S. Beach Fund

The Kelli Joy O’Laughlin Memorial Fund

Robert C. Albert Fund

Thomas H. Beacom Trust

OneChicagoFund

Ruth Jones Allison Fund

María Bechily Funds

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Bednarz/McMahon Family Fund Horace M. Beebe Fund Andrew & Marcella Beerends Donor Fund Prudence R. Beidler Funds Bell Family Fund Louis and Chermaine Bell Charitable Fund Karen Elaine Belsha Memorial Fund Hilbert Bengtson Fund Mr. Richard A. Benson Fund James F. Beré Family Fund Herman and Ernestine Berger Fund Helene and Ady Berger Rose Bernice Charitable Fund Ceara Donnelley & Nathan Berry Fund Helen U. Bibas Fund Rubetta W. Biggs Fund Walter Bissell Fund Richard and Diane Black Charitable Fund Heather Bilandic Black Funds Laura and Kevin Birck Charitable Fund Blessings Fund T.G. Bligh Foundation Fund Irene J. Bliss Fund Lucille E. and Joseph L. Block Fund Margaret S. and Philip D. Block, Jr. Fund Mary L. Block Fund George W. Blossom III Fund Luann and David Blowers Charitable Trust Fund William F. Bode Fund

Mr. and Mrs. Julien H. Collins, Jr. Fund

Richard McPherren and Blema E. Cabeen Memorial Fund CAM Foundation Humanitarian Fund James Camaren Family Fund Cambodian Killing Fields Memorial Endowment Fund Ruth Haney Campbell Charitable Fund John A. Canning Funds Ryderea Carpenter Fund Walter J. Carrick Fund Cartif Fund Casa de los Angeles Endowment Fund Greg and Mamie Case Charitable Fund Casten Family Fund Gail A. and John H. Catlin Family Fund Brian A. Bates - Frank Caucci Fund for Animals Cellmer/Neal Foundation Fund Adela Cepeda Funds Norman and Heewon Cerk Gift Fund Fran and Barry Chafetz Fund Chapin Hall Fund Chapman Family Fund Dorothea Eissfeldt Chaveriat Charitable Fund Chernoff Family Fund Chess-Mabie Fund Chicago Academy of Sciences Endowment Fund

Elliana and Craig Bondy Charitable Fund

The Chicago Area Fund for Legal Assistance

Alfred Forrest and Hazel Boostrom Charitable

Chicago Children’s Museum Endowment Fund

Trust Billie S. Booth Fund Booth Sharp Family Fund Marion Borwell Fund in Memory of her Mother, Lisette Borwell William W. and Janet S. Boyd Fund Brain Research Foundation Endowment Fund The Brandau Family Charitable Fund Brenner Family Fund

The Chicago Community Foundation General Fund Chicago Fund for the Advancement of Math and Science Chicago High School Redesign Funds Chicago Horticultural Society Endowment Fund Chicago Illinois Chapter of Links, Incorporated Fund

William H. Bricker Charitable Fund

Chicago Mechanics Institute Fund

Brixen Ivy Charitable Fund

Chicago Music and Dance Theater Endowment

BRKB Fund

Fund

Julien H. and Bertha M. Collins Fund Comer Foundation Fund Comer Science and Education Foundation Fund Community Development Fund Como Fund Concern for the Aging Fund Concern for the Mentally Disabled Fund Lois R. Conley Family Fund Connections Fund Connolly Charitable Fund Continental Bank General Fund Convalescent Fund Victor Cook Fund William J. Cook Scholarship Fund Constance Bennett Coolidge Fund Martin Bronstein and Linda Cooper Fund Leslie and Loretta Copeland Fund Roberto Cordova Salguero and Virginia MacArthur de Cordova Memorial Fund Lynnie B. Cornwell Fund Thomas G. Cottell Fund William R. and Judith S. Cottle Charitable Fund Cowlin Family Fund William D. and Helen N. Cox Fund Cozzi Family Charitable Fund CPA Endowment Fund Cornelius Crane Funds John C. Crewdson Memorial Fund at Pegasus Players Payson E. and Eve Gordon Crissey Fund Emerson and Alice Crocker Memorial Fund The Crosland Family Fund Fannie F. Cross Fund Madeline Cross Fund Pat and Patty Crowley Fund Paula Crown Funds Cultural Arts Fund Culver Charitable Fund Darwin Curtis Fund Audrey McGrath Cutter Fund

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Brock Family Fund

Chicago Regional Blood Program Fund

Baird Brown Charitable Fund

Chicago Shakespeare Theater Fund

D & R Fund of The Chicago Community Trust

Emily Lorimer Brown Fund

Chicago Sun-Times Newspaper in Education

Damron Family Fund

Isidore and Gladys J. Brown Fund Bruce and Julia Donation Fund Dr. & Mrs. Scott Bruder Fund

Fund Chicago Symphony Orchestra Endowment Fund

Daniel Family Charitable Fund Debra Danner Fund Robert and Marletta Darnall Family Charitable Fund

John H. Bryan Jr. Fund

Chicago Theatre Group Endowment Fund

Buchanan Family Foundation Fund

Chicago Title and Trust General Fund

Mary Darrach Fund

Robert O. Buehler Funds

Chicago Woman’s Club Fund

Jane Dement Date Fund

Gladys B. Buettner Fund

Chicago Zoological Society Endowment Fund

Paul H. Daube, Jr. Memorial Scholarship Fund

Virginia Buettner Fund

Children and Youth Fund

Davis Family Fund

James and Caroline Monroe Buggie Fund

Chiron Philanthropic Fund

Kassie Davis Fund

Alford Bullock Fund

Chisholm Family Fund

Milton Davis Funds

Albert J. Bunge Fund

Church of The Holy Spirit Church Fund

Leah Missbach Day & F.K. Day Fund

Ellie Burns Fund

Clark Family Fund

Howard & Diane Dean Family Fund

William A. Burns Fund

Frank Clark Funds

Anna May DeBevoise Fund

Richard and Andrea Burridge Charitable Fund

David and Kathleen Clem Fund

DeDomenico Family Fund

Mary Elizabeth Burroughs Fund

Jacob and Rosaline Cohn Fund for Basic

Delta Institute Endowment Fund

The Henry M. Jr. and Lisa A. Busch Family Charitable Fund

Human Needs Bruce and Betty Cole Fund

Alex Demond Fund DePaul Capital Campaign – James and Debra

Burridge D. and Ina H. Butler Fund

Joan L. Cole Fund

Burridge D. Butler Memorial Trust of Chicago,

Seymour Coleman Fund

J. P. Depree Family Fund

Lew and Marge Collens Fund

Daniel T. and Andrea S. Derrington Fund

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Diggin Hill Fund

Donald and Diane Field Charitable Fund

Robert A. and Nancy S. Gielow Charitable Fund

Dills Family Fund

Jamee and Marshall Field Fund

Ray and Susan Gillette Family Fund

Barber Dinzole Fund

Marshall and Jamee Field Family Funds

Sue L. Gin Funds

Lisa Lindsay Dodds Charitable Gift Funds

Field Partners Fund

GJMT Family Trust Fund

Andy Domagola Memorial Fund for Charitable

Cameron & Amy Findlay Fund

Robert H. Glace Charitable Fund

Goldabelle McComb Finn Fund

James J. Glasser Fund

Eleanor Shay and Lewis A. Donaldson Fund

Judge Edward G. Finnegan Memorial Fund

James J. and Louise R. Glasser Fund

Drs. Doniparthi & Family Fund

Fiorentino Family Fund

Glastris Family Fund

Curtis and Marci Donnell Charitable Fund

George Firmenich Fund

Naomi Williams Donnelley Fund

Glencoe Union Church Fund

First Congregational Church of Wilmette

Glencoe Union Church Trust Fund

Giving

Shawn M. Donnelley Fund Mary Parson Donnellon Scholarship Fund John W. and Patricia H. Donoghue Family Fund Donovan-Karacic Family Fund Ann G. Dorr Family Fund S. Downey Fund John S. Dunhill Fund Ron and JoAnn Dunmire Charitabel Fund Helen K. Gurley-Ruth Dunn Fund DuSable Museum Endowment Funds The Mary A. Dutra Fund Dick Dystrup Memorial Fund

Church Fund

Glenview Community Church Fund

First National Bank General Fund

Glessner House General Endowment Fund

First Presbyterian Church of Lake Forest

Glessner House Museum Collections

Church Fund First Presbyterian Church of Lake Forest Lake County Fund

Endowment Fund John Richard Glick Memorial Fund Donald F. and Alice P. Goldsmith Charitable

First United Church of Oak Park Church Fund

Fund

Emma Fish Fund

Raelene V. Goldstein Fund

Marian G. Fisher Fund

Goldstein Family Fund

Philip McKay Fisher Fund

Shelby Goldstein Memorial Fund

Dennis FitzSimons Charitable Fund

Michael and Leticia Gonzalez Family Fund

Five K. Family Fund

The Goodman Real Estate Partnership Fund

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Jeff Grinspoon and Jon Foley Charitable Fund

Gertrude W. P. Gordon Trust

Folia Fund

Phillip and Norman Gordon Charitable Fund

Sherburne M. Earling Working Mothers Trust

Forest Fund

Martha E. Gould Fund

B.A. Eckhart Chicago Sunday Evening Club Fund

Forever Fund

Goulden Touch Foundation Fund

B.A. Eckhart Gift Fund

Mabel O. Forsman Memorial Fund

Marcy Grace Charitable Fund

B.A. Eckhart Grant Hospital Fund

Forsythe Family Fund

Graham Family Fund

Forum Fund

Graham Family Fund

Charles K. Foster Fund

Max and Greta Gratzinger Fund

Janet B. Foster Fund

Gray Family Fund

Fox Donor Advised Fund

Bette J. Grayson Fund

Clinton E. Frank Fund

John R. Grayson Fund

Margaret A. Frank Fund

Greater Chicago Environmental Endowment

B.A. Eckhart Presbyterian Hospital Fund B.A. Eckhart United Charities of Chicago Fund B.A. Eckhart YMCA of Chicago Fund Margaret Waller Eckart Fund Marian Edelstein Fund Education of Our Children Fund Efroymson Family Fund Edmund F. Egan Memorial Fund Elder Fund Robert D. and Esther S. Elder Funds Eldred-Harland Charitable Fund Kathleen and Michael Elliott Fund Ellis/Ohl Fund Elnekave Family Fund Ernest T. Elvyn Fund Peter and Carol England Charitable Fund Mary Elizabeth Erskine Fund Judy Erwin Funds Esther Fund eta Creative Arts Foundation Endowment Fund Ted and Melinda Ewing Fund Executive Service Corps of Chicago Endowment Fund

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Frankini Family Fund

Fund

Meyer E. Franklin Memorial Fund

Green Family Charitable Fund

Frantz Family Fund

Marion F. Green Education Fund

Henry B. Freeman Fund

Jack Greenberg Endowment Fund

Mary L. Freeman Fund

Jack M. and Donna L. Greenberg Philanthropic

Matthew Freeman Fund

Fund

Ruth M. Freeman Fund

Jason Gregor Memorial Fund

Marjorie and Herbert B. Fried Fund

Douglas and Ann Marie Grieve Family Fund

Josh Friedman Memorial Fund

Harold T. Griswold Fund

Monique and Stanley Friedman Charitable

Growing Schools Gardens Fund

Trust Fund

Guardian Angel Community Servies

Philip M. Friedmann Donor Advised Fund

Endowment Fund

Lee Baer Friend Fund

Guillot/Willson Family Fund

A.S. and E.W. Froehlich Fund

Leo S. Guthman Family Fund

From the Heart Fun Foundation Furlotti Family Donor Advised Fund

H Hackett Family Foundation

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Michael J. Hadac Jr. Memorial Fund

Marguerite Ann Gabel Fund

HAF Fund

Brother James Gaffney Scholarship Fund

John Hagenah Family Fund

Frank J. Fecke Fund

Myrtle Galvin Charitable Trust

Philip W. Hagenah Family Fund

Ben Feller Fund

The Linda R. Garrett Charitable Giving Fund

Blanny A. Hagenah Family Fund

Felsenthal Family Fund

Leslie Freeman Gates Fund

Hamburg Family Fund

Fenimore Family Fund

Medora and John Geary Family Fund

Walter J. Hamlin General Fund

Clifton L. Fenton and Judith Wallis Fenton Fund

Dr. Adolph Gehrmann Fund for Sick and

Lawrence E. Strickling and Sydney L. Hans Fund

William W. Falconer Fund Amy Falk Fund Irene H. Faust Fund

Calvin and Paulina Lyon Fentress Fund in

Phyllis M. Haeger Fund

Disabled Physicans

Hansen Charitable Fund

Geihsler Family Charitable Fund

David T. Hanson Fund

Ferguson/Clark Fund

Geller Family Charitable Fund

Amos J. Harding Memorial Fund

Field Museum of Natural History Endowment

John and Monica Geocaris Fund

Dwight Harding Fund in Memory of Amos J.

Memory of Emily Fentress Ott

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Gescheidle Charitable Fund

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Raymond Harkrider Fund Marianne S. Harper Fund Harris Family Fund Harris Family Foundation Fund Harris Trust General Fund Albert Wadsworth Harris General Fund Albert Wadsworth Harris Special Fund Dwight J. Harris Special Fund Hattie A. Harris Special Fund J. Ira and Nicki Harris Family Fund J. Ira and Nicki Harris Family Foundation Fund J. Ira and Nicki Harris Friends Fund

Alexander Kossiakoff Charitable Fund

Ice Family Foundation Fund Jeffrey and Andrea Immelt Fund Indigo Fund Inverscot Fund Captain Bernardo Iorgulescu, USMC Memorial Fund Herbert S. Irving Fund Hale and Sally Irwin Fund Iyer Family Charitable Fund

Jane G. Harris Fund

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King Harris Endowment Fund

Valerie Bowman Jarrett Fund

King Harris Unrestricted Fund

Jazz Institute of Chicago Fund

Norman Wait Harris Memorial Fund

Florence Emily Jennings Fund

Sylva W. Harris Trust

Robert and Julia Jessup Charitable Fund

Abraham S. Hart Memorial Fund

Jewel-Osco Charities Fund

Carrye and Abraham S. Hart Fund in Memory of Mr. Hart’s Parents, Mr. and Mrs. Max Hart Carrye and Abraham S. Hart Fund in Memory of Mrs. Hart’s Parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Hart Max A. Hart Memorial Fund Margaret D. and Neil F. Hartigan Family Funds Lillian K. Hasterlik Memorial Fund William and Emma Hatfield Fund Hathorne Family Charitable Fund Annual Ralph A. Haworth Writer’s Scholarship Fund Frank A. Hecht Fund Margaret L. Hecht Fund Helen E. Heggie Fund Henninger Fund Dr. James B. Herrick Fund Goldyne H. Heyman Fund for Education Higgins Family Fund David Hiller Charitable Fund Curtis M. Hinman Fund The Hintermeister Family Charitable GIft Fund Carole and Don Hodgman Fund Mary Dickinson Hoffmann Fund Samuel Hofman Memorial Trust William E. and Beverly S. Hoglund Fund

Jewish Student’s Scholarship Fund Jocarno Chicago Community Trust Fund Calmer L. and Gertrude B. Johnson Fund Hilda T. and Albert J. Johnson Fund Ralph G. and Helen C. Johnson Fund Joliet Woman’s Club Fund Fred B. Jones General Fund Fred B. Jones Special Fund Philip S. and Dale E. Jones Family Fund Joshua Fund Juvenile Court Fund

Martin J. and Susan B. Kozak Fund Kraemer Charitable Fund Kramer Family Fund Thomas and Jacqueline Kramer Fund Jeff and Jeri Kraus Fund Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Kretsinger Fund Kukral Family Kulas Family Fund Karen S. Kulas Family Fund Anna Marshall Kushel Fund Anna M. and Frank W. Kushel Fund

L Lafasto Family Fund Ella R. Lahey Fund Elsie Lahey Trust Mercedes A. Laing Funds Lake County Basic Human Needs Fund Lake County Early Childhood Development Fund Lake County Endowment Fund Lake County Humane Society Fund Lake Forest Symphony Endowment Fund Lancaster Donor Advised Charity Jill Landau Triple Negative Breast Cancer Fund Louise H. Landau Fund William M. & Elisabeth M. Landes Charitable Fund

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Landgraf Trust Fund

Kafenshtok Family Fund

William W. Lang Fund

Kamholz Family 2007 Charitable Fund

Larson Family Fund

Kaplan Foundation Fund

LaSalle Bank Sports Charitable Fund

Amy and Marty Kaplan Fund

Whitney and Jerry Lasky Fund

Meyer Kaplan Fund

Latino Giving Circle Fund

Michelle and Alan Kaplan Fund

Latino Heritage Endowment Fund

The Deepak Kapur Family Fund

Helen G. Laue Fund

Katz Family Foundation Fund

Warren G. Lavey Family Charitable Funds

Mali Daum Katz Fund

Leonard and Bernice Lavin Scholarship Fund

Ronald & Madelyn Katz Fund

Estella S. and Sol C. Lazarus Charitable

Kautz Family Charitable Fund

Langfelder Family Fund

Foundation Fund

Lowell S. Hoit Fund

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Keiser Donor Advised Fund

Le Family Fund

Rudolph Wieser Holmes and Maria Baxter

Kenilworth Union Church Fund

League of Women Voters of Illinois Education

Holmes Fund

George D. and Valerie P. Kennedy Fund

Fund Endowment

Ellen Holt Fund

Jane C. Kennedy Fund

Deaton Lee Fund

Hopp Family Foundation Fund

Edward M. Kerwin Fund

LeFort-Martin Fund

Horne Family Foundation

Ketteler Family Fund

Legacy Fund

Horner Family Fund

David Reinisch and Julie Kiefer Fund

Katherine Legge Memorial Fund

Charles Horvath and Stephen Horvath

Peter and Margaret Kiely Charitable Fund

Rosa Kuhn Levy Fund

The Kiesel Family Fund

LGBT Community Fund

William J. Hough Charitable Fund

Diana H. and Neil J. King Fund

LGJB Fund

Wilifred Hovey Memorial Fund

Geraldine M. King Fund

Liepmann Fund

Arthur J. Howe Charitable Fund

Loann & Paul King Philanthropic Fund

Brian and Mary Liddy Charitable Fund

Robert & Janet Howsam Family Charitable

Kirby Family Fund

Light of Christ Fund

Kirch Family Charitable Fund

Lincoln Park Zoo Endowment Fund

Rose C. Hrdlicka Trust

Michael and Ellen Klepacki Fund

Lind Family Fund

Hubbard Street Dance Chicago Endowment

Ernest and Dorothy Klimczak Education Fund

George & Catherine Lindahl Charitable Fund

Albert W. Klingbeil Fund

Elick and Charlotte Lindon Fund

Cummings Huggins Family Fund

Rebecca W. Knight Fund

The Linnihan Family Fund

Emily S. Hulbert Fund

Betsy Kochvar Fund

Lindsay-Davis Charitable Fund

Lisa and Scott Humphrey Donor Advised Fund

Wayne and Patricia Kocourek Fund

Little King Fund

Hupernikao Fund

Zaven Kodjayan Charitable Fund

Little Owl Foundation Fund

Vincent Hurd Fund

Sonja and Thomas Koenig Fund

Livingston Family Fund

Hutcherson Family Charitable Fund

Koldyke Family Funds

Homer J. Livingston, Jr. Fund

Memorial Fund

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Lloyd-Migdal Fund

John P. Mentzer Fund

Dan A. Nicholson Fund

Loewenthal Fund

Merge Foundation Fund

Arthur C. Nielsen Fund

Lorimor Legacy Fund

Merrill Lynch Chicago District Charitable Gift

Joseph G. Loundy Fund

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Edward J. Noha Charitable Fund North Shore Visiting Nurse Fund Northern Trust Centennial Fund for the

Loyola Family Business Center Endowment Fund

James S. Merrill Fund

Ralph L. Lucchesi Fund

Metropolitan Club Fund

Lucy Fund

Metropolitan Fund

Northern Trust General Fund

Harry B. Lusch Fund

Metzel Memorial Fund

Northwestern University Settlement

The William Lynch Family Fund

Mexican Fine Arts Center Museum Endowment

Lyric Opera of Chicago Designated

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Education of Children

Endowment Fund

Meyer Charitable Fund

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Lyric Opera of Chicago Endowment Fund

Erica C. Meyer Charitable Fund

Frank Lytle Fund

Judith P. Meyer Fund

O Foundation

Endowment Challenge Fund

Brian P. Miller Memorial Fund

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Miller Fund for American Higher Education

John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation Fund Mardie MacKimm Fund Joseph and Kathleen Madden Fund Cora Davis Magie Fund Edmund C. Mahoney Fund Walter S. and Ella M. Malinke Fund Alice W. Kraus and Babs W. Maltenfort Fund Gene & Ann Mandarino Charitable Fund William & Connie Manika Charitable Fund Aaron Manilow Fund Jackson Manilow Fund Lewis Manilow Funds Maya Manilow Fund Sharon and Scott Markman and Family Fund Elinor and Maynard Marks Family Fund Wesley Marks Memorial Fund Markley Family Fund Miles & Lorna Marsh Fund Harry Lloyd and Elizabeth Pawlette Marshall Fund Gertrude B. Martin Fund Marx Giving Trust Fund Mary’s Court Foundation Fund Jack and Martha Matloff Family Fund Florence H. Matz Special Fund Maus Family Charitable Fund Robert E. Maxwell Fund Beatrice C. Mayer Fund Richard and Diane Mayer Family Fund Debra E. Weese-Mayer and Robert N. Mayer Fund The Mazza Family Foundation Fund Mazany Charitable Fund McCann Family Fund Elizabeth McCormick Memorial Fund Judy and Scott McCue Fund J and E McDonald Family Fund

Miller Group Charitable Trust Fund Lori & Aaron Miller Family Fund Patricia R. and P. Michael Miller Family Fund Walter Ewing and Martha Hopkins Miller Fund Lisa A. Mistretta Gift Fund Bill and Sharon Mitchell Charitable Fund Brent & Cindy Mitchell Charitable Fund Ruth H. Mitchell Fund Mitzvah Fund of New Mexico The MJ Shining Stars Fund MLE Fund Ann and Michael Mohnsen Family Fund Doctor David Monash Medical Student Fund

Lee and Sharon Oberlander Fund John and Nancy Oglesby Family Charitable Fund Richard and Caye Oglesby Family Charitable Fund Virginia Ojeda Funds O’Keefe Family Fund O’Laughlin Family Fund Old Town School of Folk Music Endowment Fund Olin Family Fund William and Lois Olive Charitable Fund One Nation Chicago Fund Onya Fund William and Charla Osborne Family Charitable Fund

Catherine D. Monks Fund Monroe Office Donor Advised Fund Janet Montgomery Donor Fund Alex and Ellen Moore Fund Ralph G. Moore African American Legacy Fund Moran Family Fund The Charles S. Morgan Charitable Fund Katherine L. Morningstar Fund Edward F. and Dorothy C. Morris Fund Adeline Steans Morrison Fund Preston and Sterling Morton Fund Dorothy Mosiman Fund Ruth C. Mosser Fund John R. Moulder and Martha E. Moulder Childrens Fund Blanche E. Muller Fund Dennis J. Murphy Memorial Fund James and Lora Murphy Family Fund Rabb Murphy Family Fund Murzims Fund Museum of Contemporary Art Endowment Fund Museum of Science and Industry Endowment Fund Lawrence A. Myers Fund

P Vivian Allison and Daniel J. Pachman M.D. Fund For Children Paepcke Memorial Trust Parenti Family Fund Dr. Morris L. Parker Fund Maria A. Parks Memorial Fund Parmer Family Foundation Fund Partnership for New Communities Patch Fund James A. Patten Fund James A. and Amanda Louisa Patten Fund John L. Patten Charitable Trust Nick and Helena Patti Fund Arthur James and Erminnie Simpson Pavelski Fund Jeff and Susan Pearsall Fund The Pedott Family Fund Audrey Peeples Fund Albert and Ralph Penn Funds Pennell Family Donor Advised Fund Pepoon Fund Robert P. and Barbara R. Perkaus Family

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Foster G. McGaw Memorial Fund McGill-Readey Academy Fund

National Boulevard General Fund

Perkins Hunter Foundation Fund

William G. McGowan Charitable Fund

Nauert Family Charitable Fund

Stuart Perlik Charitable Fund

Helen Sunny McKibbin Fund

James A. Neil Fund

Persons with Disabilities Fund

McMeen Fund

Robert Nelson Memorial Fund

Christen J. Peterson Fund

Robert and Jeanette McMurdy Fund

Roy O. Nereim Student Aid Fund

Herbert F. Philipsborn, Jr. Fund

Donovan McNabb Fund

New Foundation Center Endowment Fund

Alice G. Phillips Fund

Frank W. Means Fund

Bruce L. and Gwill L. Newman Funds

Phox2b Fund

Meeker Family Fund

Frederick and Helen Nichols Fund

Charlie Pick Fund

Meister Family Charitable Fund

John D. Nichols Funds

Nancy Pick Fund

The Blythe and David Mendelson Family Fund

John D. Nichols III Fund

Sally Pick Fund

Linda & Robert Mendelson Charitable Fund

Kendra E. Nichols Fund

Thomas and Sue Pick Family Fund

JaMel and Tom Perkins Family Foundation Fund

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Pine Family Fund

Mrs. Kenneth E. Rice Fund

June B. Pinsof Family Fund

Dorothy and Willie Richie Trust Fund

Ella U. Seipp – Chicago Latin School Fund

Pinsof-Plonsker Family Fund

Richie-Logan Family Trust Fund

Ella U. Seipp – Grant Hospital Endowment Fund

Pitrof Fund

Riley Family Foundation Fund

Melita U. Seipp Memorial Fund

Plank Fund

Rimington Family Fund

Morris Selz Fund

The Plank Famly Fund

John C. Rittenhouse Family Fund

Senryo Technologies Fund

Planned Parenthood Endowment Fund

Michael F. Rittof Fund

Robert F. Serafin Family Fund

Plonsker Family Fund

Riva Ridge Foundation Fund

Mercedea M. Seyfarth Fund

The Christopher J. and Anne M. Policinski

The Kevin L. & Cindy S. Roberg Charitable Fund

The Michael and Jennifer Sexton Charitable Fund

Constance Rhind Robey Fund

SG Fund

Debbie Mendelson Ponn Family Charitable Fund

Kenneth H. and Linda B. Robin Fund

Devin Shafron Memorial Book Fund

Ellen S. Poole Fund

Robin Hood Fund

Shakespeare Charitable Fund

Potter Family Fund

Dean Hagan and Janice Rodgers Family Fund

Marion Adele Shank Fund

Grellet C. Pound Fund

May Josephine Rogers Trust

Helen E. Shapiro Fund

John M. Pratt Family Fund

Harry Q. Rohde Fund

Shaver Family Fund

Pressing Needs Fund

Teresa and Hipolito Roldan Scholarship Fund

John G. Shedd Aquarium Fund

Family Fund

Carol H. Preucil Fund

Mary R. Shedd Fund

Quintin E. Primo III Funds

Adele Rosenberg Fund

Timothy C. Sherck Fund

Protestant Foundation Fund of The Chicago

Donna and Richard Rosenberg Fund

The Frank Blaise Modruson & Lynne Shigley

Community Foundation

Harold H. Rosenberg Fund

Family Charitable Fund

Pruchno-Willing Family Fund

Rosenheim Family Charitable Fund

Shiratsuki Family Trust Fund

Kevin and Barbara Prunsky Fund

Rosmonowski Fund

Siegel Family Fund

Pungello Donor Advised Fund

Ross Barney Charitable Fund

Victoria Sievert Fund

Dr. Brown Pusey Fund

Thomas J. Rossiter Family Fund

Dr. William Allen Pusey Fund

The Eric and Margaret Rothchild Charitable Fund Rovens Family Charitable Fund

Q

John and Jeanne Rowe Fund

QBG Foundation Endowment Fund

Stella M. and William A. Rowley Fund

Silberman Fund Mike and Linda Simon Charitable Fund James Simpson Foundation Michael J. and Shelia D. Sise Fund SJB Donor Advised Fund Sluman Family Charitable Trust Fund

Quaker Oats Foundation Fund

Arthur Rubloff Residuary Trust Fund

William F. and Mabel E. Quarrie Funds

Mary Crane Russell Memorial Foundation

Quinlan Fund

Morton Butler Ryerson Fund

Smart Chicago Trust Funds

R

S

Hermon Dunlap and Ellen Thorne Smith Fund

Race to the Top Initiative Fund

Sacred Heart Fund Saffold Family Fund

Joel A. Smith Fund

Alice Judson Hayes Ragdale Fund Ragdale Foundation Cornerstone Fund

Sahara Enterprises Fund

Rainbow Hospice and Palliative Care

Shelley Gorson and Alan Salpeter Family Fund

Endowment Fund

Samara Fund

Lucile Ralston Fund

Sanders Family Fund

Burton O. Smith and Minnie J. Randall Fund

Sanders Family Limited Partnership Fund

Frank C. and Margo Randolph Fund

Gladys D. Sandhagen Fund

Nancy Ryerson Ranney Fund for Environmental

Robert M. and Doris H. Sasser Fund

Education and Leadership

Donna M. Schaefer/King Family Fund

Allen R. Smart Fund Edward Page Smith Fund Smith Family Foundation Fund Marty and Julianne Smith Family Fund Ruddy and Gordon Smith Fund Reverend Dr. Kenneth B. Smith, Sr. Endowed Chair for Civic Leadership The Thor Soderberg Fund - Connecting Youth with Nature Bruce L. & Margaret H. Soltis Charitable Fund Sally and John Sommers Family Fund James P. Soper Fund

Victoria and George A. Ranney, Jr. Fund

Marion Schaffner Fund

Christina M. Rashid Charitable Fund

Robert C. Schaffner Trust

Ravinia Centennial Fund

The Schemenauer Family Fund

The Speer Family Fund

Ravinia Festival Endowment Fund

Earl K. Schiek Fund

Spencer Family Charitable Fund

Raymaker Family Fund

Max Schiff Fund

Spencer-Kerr Memorial Fund

Reardon Family Foundation Fund

James M. Schlatter Fund

John M. Spesia Family Foundation Fund

Marshall and Amy Reavis Charitable Fund

Norman J. Schlossman Fund

Douglas & Loretta Spesia Charitable Fund

Mary K. Redington Fund

George Alvin Schmidt Family Fund

Stamps Family Fund

Patricia Galvin Reedy Fund

Janet S. Schneider Fund

Stanczak Family Fund

Reese Family and Ascension School Alumni

Seymour Schneider Memorial Fund

John R. and Grace K. Stanek Charitable Fund

Schopf & Weiss Focused Giving Fund

Ora Carr Stannard Fund

Earl Reeve Fund

Grace Fay Schryver and Florence Schryver Fund

Steinbauer Family Fund

H. F. and T. Reid Fund

Richard and Martha Schuham Fund

Betty J. Stephens Fund

Anthony P. Reinhardt Charitable Fund

Schuld Family Fund

Steppenwolf Theatre Company Endowment

M & L Reinheimer Donor Fund

John Calwell Scott Fund

Gladys L. Reisman Fund

Scott/Gescheidle Family Charitable Fund

Lawrence F. Stern Fund

John Jartz/Karen Reno Fund

Seaberg Family Fund

Russell T. Stern Fund

Rettig Family Foundation

Searle Funds at The Chicago Community Trust

Stevens Family Fund

Robert F. and Mary W. Reusché Fund

Searle Scholars Program Fund

Stanley & Kristin Stevens Family Fund

David Scott Rhind Fund

Sears Family Charitable Fund

Genevieve Marie Stevenson Fund

James Campbell Rhind Fund

Sedgebrook Benevolent Care Fund

Stewart Family Fund

Rhodes Family Fund

Sedgebrook Scholar’s Fund

Katherine E. Stimson Fund

Scholarship Fund

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for Tomorrow’s Hispanic Leaders

Helen B. and Alphonse V. Sehrig Fund

Th e Chic ago Com m u nit y Trust

Karen A. Sorensen Fund Spaulding Fund

Fund


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C. H. Stoelting Fund for the Development of

Varley Family Fund

Winter Family Fund

Donna & Joe Vestal Fund

Lenor Adeline Wise Fund

Joseph and Sylvia Stone Fund

ViBern Fund

Women Employed Institute Endowment Fund

Marjorie S. and Robert E. Straus Fund

Larry Viskochil Fund

James A. Patten-Horatio N. Woodward

David and Jean Stremmel Fund

Richard and Emily Voit Charitable Fund

Josh Strutz Hockey Is Life Fund

Ernest H. and Lillian H. Volwiler Fund

Science

Frederick R. Stryker Trust Margaret J. Stuart Fund Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stuart Fund Sullivan Family Fund Sullivan/Turek Family Fund Rohan Sundaralingam Fund Sussman Family Fund Sutton Auto Group Fund Eleanor L. Swartz Fund Harold Swift Funds Katharine V. and Edmund Q. Sylvester III Fund The Sylvia Fund

W James F. Wade Fund Wadsworth Family - Will County Community Cultural Arts Endowment Fund Wadsworth Family - Will County Community Endowment Fund Mary H. Waite Fund John C. and Margaret S. Walden Family Fund Ina F. Walker Fund Sarah Wampler Education Fund Sean Warnecke Memorial Fund

Memorial Hospital Endowment Fund Charles H. Worcester Fund Mary F. S. Worcester Fund World Bicycle Relief Fund Emma C. Wright Fund Edith Wyatt Fund Faith Wyatt Fund

X Xi Lambda Educational Foundation Fund

Y Yacyshyn Family Charitable Fund Young Leaders Endowment Fund

T

Waterman Family Foundation Fund

Taslitz Family Charitable Fund

Mildred M. Weber Fund

Greg and Anne Taubeneck Family Fund

Roderick and Marjorie Webster Fund

James and Bobette Zacharias Fund

Taylor Charitable Trust

Weger Family Charitable Trust

Zall Family Fund

TCG Fund

Helen and Maurice Weigle Fund

Carl W. Zepp Fund

Teckla Family Fund

Mrs. Maurice Weigle Fund

Scott and Yvonne Ziegler Family Fund

Don and Rebecca Ford Terry Family Fund

Maurice and Grace Stein Weigle Fund

Victor and Lorraine Tesinsky Fund

Arlie Weiss Memorial Fund

Thein Family Fund

Jan & Mary Wenger Charitable Fund

Deborah D. Thomas Family Fund

West Chicago Public Library District

Thompson Family Fund

Western Union Foundation Fund

Narcissa Niblack Thorne Fund

Charles P. Wheeler Fund

Frank W. Thurston Fund

Mary Alice Wheeler Fund

Toft Family Fund

Whistler Fund

Tonelli Fund

Elsie K. White Fund

Nan Torbet fund

Leslie Davis and Gregory White Family Fund

Torchbearer’s Foundation Fund

Mr. and Mrs. Elmer R. Wickersham Memorial

Harry P. Weber Fund

Raymond C. Tower Family Fund

Fund

John and Susan Tredwell Family Charitable Fund

Alan M. and Nancy S. Wiener Family Fund

Tree Research and Education Endowment Fund

Will County Community Foundation Fund for

Trindl/McKanna Family Charitable Fund Chester D. Tripp Fund John C. Troughear Fund Suzanne J. Turk Fund Twelve Baskets for Armenia Fund The James Tyree Charitable Fund Abbie E. Tyrrell Fund

Z

Education Will County Community Foundation Fund for Health Will County Community Foundation Fund for Human Services Will County Community Foundation Operating Endowment Fund Will County Endowment Fund

U

Williams Family Fund

United Way/Crusade of Mercy Endowment Fund Unity Fund Urbs in Horto Fund The Urbut Family Donor Fund

James Robert Williams Fund Williamsburg Fund Frances and Michael Williamson Family Charitable Fund George H. Williamson Fund

V

Madeline Block Willner Fund

Vahey Family Fund

Wilson Family Fund

Bradford and Peggy Vail Fund

Mae B. Wiltsee Fund

Henry Van Gelder Fund

Jeffrey S. Jr. and Deborah L. Wineman Family

Adah Wilson Fund for Nursing

Van Loan Charitable Fund

Fund

The VanderVoort Family Fund

Fredda Wines Fund

Vardy Family Fund

Michael and Arlene Winfield Family Fund

Morris & Nellie A. Vehon Endowment Fund

Winnetka Congregational Church Endowment

Joanne and Arthur R. Velasquez Fund Yarka Vendrinska Photojournalism Memorial Fund

Fund Winnetka Congregational Church Fund Winnetka Presbyterian Church Fund

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Contributors to Funds at The Chicago Community Trust and Affiliates The following pages feature the names of those who made contributions of $250 or more to The Chicago Community Trust from October 1, 2011, to September 30, 2012. We are profoundly grateful to all the generous individuals, families, organizations, businesses and foundations that have provided for the well-being of the Chicago region. 1-800-411-PAIN Referral Service, LLC

Ms. Sameena Mustafa Basit

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Y. Carnegie

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The Kiran Bavikatte Memorial Foundation

Casa de los Angeles

Mr. Jason M. Baxendale

Mr. James A. Casey and Mrs. Ann B. Casey

Mr. Bruce A. Beatus

Ms. Guadalupe Casimiro

Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence B. Aaron

Ms. Ellen A. Bechthold

Mr. Scott E. Cassidy

Ms. Asma Akhras and

Mr. and Mrs. David K. Beecken

Ms. Amalia S. Rioja and Mr. Martin R. Castro

Mr. Michael Beecroft

Mr. and Mrs. John H. Catlin

Stuart and Benjamin Abelson Foundation

Francis Beidler Foundation

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Cawley

Mr. and Mrs. James D. Abrams

Francis Beidler III and Prudence R. Beidler

Center Street Foundation

A

Mr. Eiman M. Abdelmoneim

Foundation

Michael Abramson Foundation for the Creative and Performing Arts

Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas D. Chabraja

Mr. and Mrs. Hall Adams III

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Benedetti

Mr. and Mrs. David G. Chandler

Mr. and Mrs. Hall Adams Jr.

The Reverend and Mrs. Howard C. Benson

Mr. and Mrs. Henry T. Chandler

AeroMexico

Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Benson

Mr. Edwin Chandrasekar

Mr. Karim Ahamed

Ms. Barbara Benton

Mr. and Mrs. John S. Chapman

Ms. Jodi Albers

J.D. Bergman Charitable Foundation

Kamran A. Chaudri

Ms. Trisha R. Alden

Carol Lavin Bernick Family Supporting

Elizabeth F. Cheney Foundation

Allstate Insurance Company

Foundation of the Jewish Federation of

The Allstate Foundation

Metropolitan Chicago

Ms. Leila Shahbandar and Mr. Ismail Alsheik

Bessemer Trust

Nudrat Ameen

Mr. and Mrs. C. Bradley Bissell

Mr. and Mrs. John L. Anderson

Mr. and Mrs. Richard K. Black

Aon Foundation

Blackman Kallick

Ms. Athene N. Carras and

Mr. Walter K. Blake

Mr. Thomas J. Applegate

Philip D. Block III Family Foundation

Mr. Vernon Armour

Blue Foundation

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Armstrong

Ms. Leslie Bluhm

Asbahi Law Group LTD

BMO Financial Corp.

Ascension Alumni Annual Appeal

The Boeing Company

Asian Americans/Pacific Islanders in

Mr. and Mrs. James W. Boo

Philanthropy Associated Bank Association of Fundraising Professionals Chicago Chapter

Mr. John L. Bosshart Ms. Jane G. Boutet Mr. and Mrs. Lee A. Boye Mr. and Mrs. Warren A. Breckenridge Jr.

Athletico Ltd.

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Brenner

Avcoa

Baird Brown Trust

Azteca Foods

Ms. Louise Desjardins and Mr. Jacques Brunswick

Azucar Enterprises

Mr. and Mrs. R.J. Bukovac

B

Mr. and Mrs. James D. Burnham

Ms. Michele Odorizzi and Mr. James J. Babbitt Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Burridge Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Henry M. Busch Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Robert K. Chen Mr. and Mrs. Peter B. Cherry Mrs. Heather Dystrup-Chiang and Mr. Herman Chiang Chicago Council on Global Affairs Chicago Hope Academy Chicago Sun-Times Charity Trust Chicago Title and Trust Company Foundation Ms. Vivian G. Chiu and Mr. Kung Ying Chiu Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Chomicz Ms. Malinda Christensen Mr. Joel T. Christman Circle of Service Foundation Citizens for Durkin The City of Chicago Office of the Comptroller Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Clark Clarks Fork Foundation CME Group Community Foundation Ms. Margaret Cockbill Mr. Jeffrey Cogan Ms. Susan L. Grossman and Mr. Sanford M. Cohen Estate of Rosaline Cohn Ms. Laurie Conavay Ms. Jane Condon-Boyer The Contemporary Club of Chicago

Baird & Warner

Mr. William Butcher and Mrs. Christine Butcher

Ms. Suzan S. Asbahi and Mr. Kamran S. Bajwa

Burridge D. Butler Memorial Trust

Bandon Dunes

Mr. Jeffery Buysse

Mr. and Mrs. William R. Cottle

C

Mr. Chris A. Courtney

Bank of America Charitable Foundation The Barr Fund

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Campion

Credit Suisse

Mr. and Mrs. David S. Barritt

Canadian National Railway Company

Credit Suisse Americas Foundation

Mr. and Mrs. William C. Bartholomay

Estate of Frank Carioti

Ms. Carol Crenshaw

Bank of America

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CEP Youth Leadership

Jeffrey J. Bell Revocable Trust

Th e Chic ago Com m u nit y Trust

Mr. and Mrs. John F. Corcoran R. William Cornell Jr. Trust

Mr. and Mrs. William A. Crane


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Ms. Juju Lien and Mr. Robert C. Cross

Family Eye Physicians Ltd.

Ms. Lauren Gonnella

Crown Imports

Mr. and Mrs. Carl J. Farinella

Goodman Family Foundation

Arie and Ida Crown Memorial

Ms. Sunny Sonnenschein and Mr. Stuart Feen

Goodman Real Estate Partnership

Henry Crown & Company

Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund

Mr. Lawrence Goodman

Mr. and Mrs. Terence R. Cummings

The Field Foundation of Illinois

Google

Ms. Sandra Vitantonio and

Marshall Field V Charitable Remainder Unitrust

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Gourse

Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Field V

Mr. and Mrs. Antonio Gracias

Mr. Barry L. Finkelstein

The Grainger Foundation

Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Finnegan

Mr. Paul L. Gray

Ms. Sylvia Neil and Mr. Daniel Fischel

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gray

Diane H. Daar Living Trust

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen J. Fish

Jack Greenberg 2009 Charitable Lead Trust

Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Dabagia

Mr. and Mrs. Russell W. Fisher

Mr. and Mrs. John K. Greene

Ms. Billie S. Booth and Mr. Joseph L. Dalton

Mr. Daniel B. Fitzgerald

Sidney Greisman Revocable Trust

Mr. Denis J. Daly Jr. and Mrs. Eleanor M. Daly

Mr. Rich Floersch

Mr. and Mrs. Randy Gretz

Mr. and Mrs. Kent Dauten

Ms. Ruth W. Flower

Ms. Michelle L. Mouton-Greuling and

Mrs. Milton O. Davis

Mr. Andrew G. Flynn

Ms. Katherine P. Davis

Mr. and Mrs. Andy Flynn

Mrs. Leah M. Missbach Day and

Mr. Jeffrey Grinspoon and Mr. Jon Foley

Mr. Tilden Cummings Jr. Custom Data Processing

D

Mr. John E. Greuling Mrs. Anne Dias-Griffin and Mr. Kenneth C. Griffin

Food Industry Crusade Against Hunger

Ms. Erika Grim

Ms. Debra De Hoyos

Ms. Elizabeth Forbrich

Grosvenor Capital Management, L.P.

DePaul University

The Ford Foundation

Grosvenor Holdings LLC

Ms. Elaine Diamond

Mr. and Mrs. Fredrick Ford

D&M Grumhaus Fund

Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Dollinger

Forman Realty Corporation

Ms. Deepa Gupta

Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Domagola

Ms. Jill Foss

Leo Guthman Family Fund

Ms. Amanda Domagola and Mr. Paul Domagola

Matthew and Amanda Fox Foundation

Don Family Foundation

Mr. and Mrs. R. Gerald Fox

H

Mr. David Donaldson

J.S. Frank Foundation

Ms. Evangeline R. Haarlow

Gaylord and Dorothy Donnelley Foundation

Mr. David G. Herro and Mr. Jay Franke

Ms. Diane F. Habiger and

Mr. and Mrs. James R. Donnelley

Mr. and Mrs. Michael M. Froy

RR Donnelley

Lloyd A. Fry Foundation

HAF Foundation

Ms. Shawn M. Donnelley

Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd A. Fry III

Mr. Jared Hall

Mr. Tuan Do

Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Fuller III

Mr. Asim Hameeduddin

The Kenneth Douglas Foundation

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Furey

Mr. Milton Handler

Ms. Melissa Douglas

Mr. and Mrs. Brock Furlong

Sydney L. Hans Trust

Mr. Frederick K. W. Day

The Richard H. Driehaus Charitable Lead Trust

Mr. Cyril Habiger

Ms. Janet Hardrick and Mr. Jaffus Hardrick

The Richard H. Driehaus Foundation

G

Ms. Selma D’Souza

Brother James Gaffney FSC

Harris Associates, L.P.

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald W. Dunmire

Ms. Ami Gandhi

Harris Family Foundation

Ms. Mary A. Dutra

Mr. Paul E. Gantzert

Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Hartfield

Mr. and Mrs. William M. Dutton

Mr. and Mrs. Donald H. Garbowicz

Mr. and Mrs. John Hartigan

E

Mr. Anwar Garcia

Mr. and Mrs. Philip Hartung

Ms. Corliss V. Garner

Dr. Rooshey Hasnain

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Eichinger

Gary and Denise Gardner Family Foundation

Mr. and Mrs. Elmer L. Hass

Mr. Dimitri P. Eliopoulos

Ms. Cynthia Gaspar

Healthcare Cosmetology Services

Ms. Linda Ellis

Mr. Alok Gaur

Robert L. Heidrick Trust

Mr. Marc Engel

Dr. Charles R. Middleton and Mr. John S. Geary

Henderson Global Investors

Mr. Robert A. Engelking

The Elizabeth Morse Genius Charitable Trust

Mrs. Patricia A. Hastings Henderson and

Dr. and Mrs. James C. Erickson III

Mr. and Mrs. Otto K. Georgi

Ernst & Young LLP

Ms. Nicole Ghafari

Mrs. Judith Daso Herb and Mr. Marvin J. Herb

Ms. Judy Erwin

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald J. Gidwitz

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L. Herbst Jr.

Ms. Tracy Erwin

Mr. Steven Gilford

Highlands Elementary School

Evans Food Group

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Jon Gill

Mr. David D. Hiller

Evans Scholars House

GIM Electric Company

Barbara Notz Hines Foundation

Ms. Joanna Evans

Ms. Julia K. Gin and Mr. Daniel Gin

Ms. C. Sue Strohkirch and Mr. David B. Hirschey

Exelon Business Services

Mr. David Gingerich

Hoban Family Charitable Foundation

Exelon Corporation

Mr. and Mrs. James J. Glasser

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Hoban

Exelon Foundation

Global Impact

Ms. Katherine L. Nee and Mr. Michael E. Hobbs

Ms. Kim Glowac

Ms. María C. Bechily and Mr. Scott Hodes

Barbara K. Goldstein Trust

Jean M. Hoffmaster Trust

Ms. Joan Goldstein

Mr. and Mrs. John W. Hogge

F Harold F. and Suzanne D. Falk Foundation

Ms. D. Patricia Harms

Mr. Craig Henderson

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Ms. Reena Kansal

Mr. Eric T. Hornik

Mr. John J. Kanya

Mr. Benjamin Ho and Mr. John A. Lee

Mr. John E. Horn

Kaplan Foundation

The Lefkofsky Family Foundation

Ms. Barbara Y. Phillips and Mr. Robert C.

Dr. and Mrs. Bashar Kashlan

Mr. and Mrs. Paul F. LeFort

Drs. Rany Jazayerli and Belsam Kashlan

Mr. M. James Leider

Mr. Lawrence Howe

Mr. Paul Kasriel

Ms. Donna L. Lemmenes and

Mr. Edward G. Hughes and

Mr. Bryant Keil

Howard

Mr. Thomas H. Lemmenes

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Keim

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Leonard

Ms. Erica L. Hughes

Michael L. Keiser 1990 Trust

Mr. and Mrs. Josh Lesnik

Ms. Julia Hughes

C. Ellen Kelleher Trust

Ms. Judith H. Katz and Mr. David B. Levine

Mr. and Mrs. Roger Hull

Deborah L. Keller Revocable Trust

Mr. Kenneth G. Levy

Mr. and Mr. Matt N. Hummel

Mr. and Mrs. John R. Keller

Life Care Services, LLC

Mr. and Mrs. Scott D. Humphrey

Ms. Lucille M. Keller

Lincolnshire Senior Care

Mr. and Mrs. Scott Hunken

Mr. Thomas N. Kelly

Mr. and Mrs. Christopher J. Lind

Hunter Family Foundation

Mr. Thomas N. Kelly and Mrs. Anne O. Kelly

Mrs. Elick Lindon

Hunting Foundation

Mr. William E. Kelly

Little Lady Foods

Mr. and Mrs. John T. Hurvis

Mr. Christopher G. Kennedy and

Mr. and Mrs. Theodore A. Livingston

Mrs. Celine C. Hughes

Mrs. Sheila Kennedy

Shirley Hutchinson Trust

Mr. Richard J. Loewenthal

Ms. Elizabeth A. Raymond and Mr. Paul Hybel

George D. Kennedy Charitable Lead Trust

Ms. Shawnelle Richie and Mr. Lyle Logan

Ms. Kimberly Hyla and Mr. Frank Hyla

Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice &

Ms. Ilyse Lopatin

Human Rights

Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Hyndman Ms. Anne Marie Hynes and Mr. James P. Hynes

I

Mr. and Mrs. Horacio Lopez

Mr. and Mrs. Neil King

Michael W. Louis Charitable Trust

Mr. and Mrs. Remo Kistner

Ms. Terry Gonzales-Lowry and

Mr. Jerome Klafta

Illinois Institute of Technology

Ms. Barbara G. Klasing and Mr. Wayne G. Klasing

Illnois Department of Commerce & Economic

Mr. William E. Lowry Jr. Mr. Benjamin Lumpkin Lyons Township High School

Dr. and Mrs. Michael Klepacki

Mr. and Mrs. Philip J. Lyons

Ms. Kathy K. Im and Mr. Young B. Im

Harriet B. Klinger Trust

Township of Lyons

Indian Head Park Heritage Foundation

Mr. and Mrs. Jack M. Klues

Industrial Rents

John S. and James L. Knight Foundation

M

Ingredion

Rhonda G. Kodjayan Trust

Mr. and Mrs. Douglas W. Mabie

Inner-City Muslim Action Network

Mr. and Mrs. Martin J. Koldyke

Mr. and Mrs. James W. Mabie

Mr. Mark S. Inserra

Ms. Mary A. Kono and Mr. Gary Kono

The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur

Mr. and Mrs. Jorge Iorgulescu

Mr. Roman H. Korab and Mrs. Mary Korab

Mr. and Mrs. Lionel Iorgulescu

Melodee S. Kornacker Trust

Mr. Dave MacDonald

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Irvine

Mr. Herbert H. Koshgarian

Mr. and Mrs. David O. MacKenzie MacFund

Kraft Foods Foundation

Ms. Mardie MacKimm

Mr. and Mrs. James M. Kramer

MacLean-Fogg Company

Mr. Daniel S. Jaffee

Ms. Bonnie Krasny

Mr. and Mrs. Peter N. Maclean

Mr. and Mrs. Howard E. Jessen

Mr. and Mrs. Jeffry P. Kraus

Madison Dearborn Partners, LLC

The Jessica Fund

Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Krebs

Ms. Bertha G. Magaña

Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Chicago

Lawrence J. Krueger Revocable Trust

Hackberry Endowment Partners –

Mr. Michael Jiaras

Ms. Rose M. Kupsche and Mr. Roy H. Kupsche

Ms. Beatriz Jiménez and Mr. Phillip L. Jiménez

Mr. David W. Kurzawski

Jobs for the Future

Kyiv Mohyla Foundation of America

J Marshall & M Marshall Trust

Mr. Gary T. Johnson

L

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mathias

Ms. Sharyn Johnson

Mr. and Mrs. Albert J. Lacher

Mr. Christopher J. Jowett

LaGrange Highlands Womans Club –

Opportunity

J

Mr. Bruce J. Johnson

The Joyce Foundation

Benevolence Committee

Foundation

The Malkin Family Ms. Rose Mancuso Mr. Neil Masterson Mr. and Mrs. James B. Matson Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. Matthei Mr. Daniel D. Mayer and Mrs. Roxana Mayer Mr. and Mrs. Frank D. Mayer Jr.

JP Morgan Chase & Company

The Lambrecht Family Foundation

The Judy Family Foundation

Mr. and Mrs. William Landes

Ms. Lisa Julian

Mr. and Mrs. John C. Landgraf

JWM

Mr. and Mrs. Terry Mazany

Ms. Catherine Langel

James D. McCaffrey Trust

Ms. Emma Jane Lang and Mr. Richard A. Lang

Mr. Hugh R. McCombs

Mr. and Mrs. Robert T.E. Lansing

Robert R. McCormick Foundation

Lavin Family Supporting Foundation of

Laura June McCotter Trust

K Mr. and Mrs. Gary T. Kachadurian Ms. Barbara C. Kahn

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Mr. Paul J. Leaman Jr.

Holland Capital Management

The Chicago Community Trust

Mr. and Mrs. Richard P. Mayer Ms. Karen May and Mr. Daniel May

Mr. and Mrs. Howard M. McCue III

Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Kaiser

Ms. Sona Kalousdian and Mr. Ira Lawrence

Mr. and Mrs. Michael McDermott

Mr. and Mrs. Steven Kaiser

Ms. Joanne Miller Laycock

Mr. and Mrs. James McDonald

Th e Chic ago Com m u nit y Trust


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McDonald’s Corporation

The Northern Trust Company

Rainbow Hospice and Palliative Care

Mr. Noelle McDonough

Norwottock Charitable Trust

Mr. and Mrs. John R. Raitt

Mr. and Mrs. David A. McGranahan

Bill Nygren Foundation

Ramblin Corporation

Ms. Elizabeth I. McLean Mr. Daniel W. Bednarz and Mr. Terrence McMahon

O

Ms. Elizabeth A. Ramborger Ms. Viola M. Ramsay

Oak Brook Racquet & Fitness Club

Ms. Ann Randich and Mr. Steve Randich

Mrs. Thomas R. McMillen

Mr. and Mrs. Leon Oberlander

Mr. David Y. Raphael

Andrew & Jeanine McNally Charitable

Mr. and Mrs. Michael C. Ochsenhirt

Ms. Beverly Rathje

Mr. and Mrs. Scribner Ochsenschlager

Ms. Padma Tumuluri and

Foundation Mrs. Luisa Echevarria McNamara and Mr. James McNamara

Friends of O’Donnell

Mr. Viswalingam Rathnasabapathy

Mr. Thomas G. Odo

Mr. and Mrs. Brian Rebel

Ms. Margaret N. McNamara

Mr. Ken O’Keefe

Reed Family Foundation

Mr. Thomas F. Meagher Jr and

Mr. James J. O’Laughlin

Ms. Catherine C. Reed

Mr. and Mrs. John O’Laughlin

Mr. and Mrs. Cordell Reed

Mr. Percy L. Angelo and Mr. Marvin I. Medintz

The Old Mountain Company

Mr. and Mrs. Larry Reed

Mendoza and Associates LLC

Mr. Walter M. Oliver

Sam and Victoria Reed Family Foundation

Merge Healthcare

Dr. Nora C. O’Malley

Merrill Lynch

Michael Reese Health Trust

One P 07-11

Ms. Erica C. Meyer

Mr. and Mrs. William A. Osborn

Ms. Lucy J. Reinheimer

Microsoft Matching Gifts Program

Ms. Suzan S. Halabi and Mr. Anas Osman

The Minneapolis Foundation

Mr. A. Scott Overby

Mrs. Diane Meagher

Minnesota Community Foundation

Ms. Julie Kiefer and Mr. David B. Reinisch Mr. and Mrs. Philip W. Reitz Luther I. Replogle Foundation

Minnesota Real Estate Foundation

P

Retirement Research Foundation

Mr. and Mrs. Corey Minturn

Mr. Jae J. Pak

MLK Consulting, LLC

Mr. Sendhil Revuluri

Ms. Laura Parola and Mr. John Parola

Mr. and Mrs. Eric C. Mogentale

Mr. and Mrs. William T. Patterson

Ms. Ann G. Rhodes

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mohr

Mr. Nick J. Patti and Ms. Helena Patti

Mr. and Mrs. Alex Moore

Ms. Mary Pattillo

Ms. Kimberly Moore

Mrs. Ginger G. Evans and Mr. Doug Pattison

Ms. Margaret Moreland and Mr. Joseph

Mr. Jeffrey C. Paulson

Moreland

Mr. and Mrs. Jeffery C. Pearsall

Morrison Family Foundation

Joseph Pedott Perpetual Endowment Trust

Harold M. and Adeline S. Morrison Family

Ms. Audrey Peeples

Foundation

Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Perkaus Jr.

The Elizabeth Morse Charitable Trust

Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Perkins

The David and Linda Moscow Foundation

Dr. Stuart Perlik

Mrs. Suzanne Kopp-Moskow and

Mr. and Mrs. W. Ray Persons

Mr. Michael H. Moskow

Jamie Phillippe

Robert F. Reusché Trust

Mr. Bruce Richard Mr. and Mrs. Lowell G. Richardson Mr. Michael F. Rittof RMB Capital Management Mr. William T. Barker and Dr. June K. Robinson The Rockefeller Foundation Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors Mr. Mark Roegner Ms. Susan Page Estes and Mr. Andrew Rojecki Ronald McDonald House Charities of Chicagoland & Northwest Indiana The Rose Foundation Mr. Merle A. Rosenberg

Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Moster

Pierce & Associates, P.C.

Mr. and Mrs. Seymour A. Motel

Mrs. June B. Pinsof

Charles Stewart Mott Foundation

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew C. Plautz

Ms. Serena L. Moy

The PNC Financial Services Group

Ms. Miranda F. Moy and Mr. Walter C. Moy

Mr. Manuel Sanchez Pod

MSP

Mr. and Mrs. Christopher J. Policinski

Mr. Seth Y. Rubin

Ms. Margaret Ann Mullins

PolicyLink

Mr. and Mrs. Jesse H. Ruiz

Ms. Libby Lai-Bun Chiu and Mr. Peter Murray

Polk Bros. Foundation

Ryde Family Memorial Trust

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Murrow

Ms. Barbara Pope

Mr. and Mrs. John S. Muszynski

Regina Lensing Prag Trust

S

PrairieFire Foundation

S&C Electric Company

Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Price

S.A.G. Kenosha Development LLC

J.B. and M.K. Pritzker Family Foundation

S.S.M.C.T. F. Events Account

Mr. Matthew Pritzker

Sacks Family Foundation

The Prudential Foundation Matching Gifts

Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Sacks

Q

Dr. Carol and Mr. Gene Saffold

New Trier Township High School District 203

Quaker Oats Company

Ms. Doris Salomón

Ms. Judy Niehaus

Mr. Thomas Quinlan

Mrs. Dilara Alim Sayeed and

Mr. Daniel J. Nielsen Gertrude B. Nielsen Charitable Trust

R

Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. Scallon

The John C. and Carolyn Noonan Parmer

Rab & Khan LLP

Ms. Julie F. Schauer

Mr. Irwin Racine

Mr. Erik Schmidt

N Ms. Leena Nanda Neil Family Fund Mr. Daniel R. Nelson Ms. Lorraine J. Nelson Estate of Herman W. and Mariann J. Nelson

Private Foundation

Mr. Robert A. Roth Ms. Sharon Rothstein Ms. Patricia K. Yuzawa-Rubin and Mr. Jack Rubin

Mr. John P. Salkas

Mr. Yousuf G. Sayeed

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e tat i t iTh v ee aCr ts & o cu ltmm u rueng n tuss t a n d A ffi liat e s Co n t rib u to rs tocFoum np ds hicag Co itryaTr

Ms. Velda M. Knorr and Mr. Kurt R. Schoenhoff

Mr. Jeffery A. Surges

Ms. Ngoan Le and Mr. Claude Walker

Dr. Scholl Foundation

Susan R. and John W. Sullivan Foundation

Ms. Carrie Wagner and Mr. John Wagner

The John & Kathleen Schreiber Foundation

Ms. Pamela Neal and Mr. Donald Suter

Mr. Thomas P. McMenamin and Dr. Sally Walshe

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen G. Schuler

Virginia A. Sutton Revocable Family Trust

Mr. Richard C. Warner

Ms. Ann E. Schuurman

Philip W.K. Sweet Trust

Warwick Foundation

Schwab Charitable Fund

Mr. and Mrs. Michael P. Swenson

Mr. Dan K. Webb

Trust created under the Will of

Mr. and Mrs. Phillip F. Swift

Ms. Jean W. Cozier and Mr. Ernest C. Webb III

Frances C. Searle John G. Searle Family Trust Trust created under the Will of John G. Searle

Mr. and Mrs. William C. Weinsheimer

Mr. and Mrs. R.T. Tabachka

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wellstein

Mr. Michael Tang

Wessel Family Foundation

Segal Family Foundation

Mr. Anthony J. Tangora

Western Springs Christian Reformed Church

Ms. Vanessa Vergara and Mr. Joseph Seliga

Ms. Jennifer Tani

Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Sesterhenn

Mr. and Mrs. Greg Taubeneck

Ms. Leslie Davis and Mr. Gregory A. White

Devin Shafron Memorial Book Fund

Tennant Foundation

William Blair & Company Foundation

Mr. and Mrs. James M. Shaver

Ms. Sharmila Thakkar

William Blair & Company LLC

Shorewood Hills

Mr. and Mrs. Isiah L. Thomas

William F. Gurrie Middle School District 105

Mr. Mohammad S. Shukairy

Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Thompson

Rose L. Shure Trust

Mr. and Mrs. Douglas T. Thompson

Wineman Charitable Foundation

Mr. and Mrs. Gary Thompson

Mr. Jeffrey S. Wineman Jr. and

– Searle Family Trust

The Reverend Christine Chakoian and Mr. John Shustitzky Mr. M.A. Siddiqui Ms. Ann Silberman Ms. Lois Ann Simms Mr. and Mrs. Michael Simon Mr. Richard D. Sinsheimer Sheila D. Sise Trust Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Skinner Mrs. Kenneth B. Smith The Society of the First Presbyterian Church of Lake Forest Solberg Manufacturing Ms. Unmi Song Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Soren Mr. Fred Sorkin Ms. Jeanne Sorrentino Spencer Foundation The Law Offices of Spesia & Ayers Mr. and Mrs. Christian Spesia Otho S.A. Sprague Memorial Institute St. John of the Cross Parish School Stamps Family Charitable Foundation Stamps Family Partnership III, L.P. State Street Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Harrison I. Steans Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Sternberg Mr. and Mrs. Donald M. Stewart

Ms. Rose Mary Bombela-Tobias and

Mrs. Arnold R. Wolff

Mr. Domingo Tobias

Wood Family Foundation Trust

The Reverend Dr. Richard L. Tolliver

Dr. and Mrs. Eugene Woroch

Mr. Dennis G. Tonelli

Ms. Suzanne Wright

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Torres Tree Research and Education Endowment Fund

Y

Mr. Michael Trench

Mr. and Mrs. Eric Y. Yang

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald J. Trubiana

Mr. Joseph Yashon

True Consulting, LLC

Mr. David Yeager and Mrs. Julia Yeager

Mr. Richard B. Turner

Ms. Lisa T. Yee Mr. Matthew J. Yena

U

Ms. Judy Yoo and Mr. Jay Yoo

UBS Investment Bank UBS AG, Chicago Branch Ed Uihlein Family Foundation

Ms. Dana A. Yormark

Mr. Nathan A. Ulery

Z

Universita Telematica Internazionale

Mr. Javwaud A. Zafar M.D.

UNINETTUNO

Ms. Veronica Zapata

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth W. Unterberg

Mr. Jacob J. Zehnder

Ms. Mary S. Urban

Mr. Mark Zumbach and Ms. Lisa Zumbach

US Bank US Bankcorp Foundation Mr. Theodore M. Utchen

V Mr. and Mrs. Richard Van Derveer

Mr. Allan W. Stoner

Ms. Janet VanDyke

Storino, Ramello & Durkin

Verizon

Mr. James P. Storm and Mrs. Sharon J. Storm

Ms. Janet Viano and Mr. Lawrence Viano

Mr. Jeffrey P. Stratton

Ms. Kristin Carlson Vogen and Mr. Shawn Vogen Voices for Illinois Children

Stuart Family Foundation

W

Mr. and Mrs. Alexander D. Stuart

The W.F. Foundation

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Douglas Stuart Jr.

Ms. Pamela R. Wade

Ms. Dorothy Turek and Mr. George P. Sullivan Jr.

The Wadsworth Company

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Ms. Deborah L. Wineman Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Wojs

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Stone

Mrs. Jean P. Stremmel

Student Activity Fund

Ms. Gale E. Tlapa

Mr. and Mrs. Bradford E. Vail

Jean P. Stremmel Trust

Special Fund

Tides Foundation

Mr. and Mrs. James P. Stirling

Ms. Beverly Strellner

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Professional Advisory Committee and Young Professional Advisory Committee The Chicago Community Trust’s Professional Advisory Committee (PAC) and Young Professional Advisory Committee (YPAC) consist of professional advisors in the legal, accounting, investment and financial services fields. They work with the Trust to learn more about how they can enhance their clients’ charitable giving. Members of the PAC and YPAC also advise the Trust in building relationships in their fields of expertise from banking and law to wealth consulting.

PAC Members Karim Ahamed Christine L. Albright Robert D. Billow Richard K. Black Matthew S. Bonaguidi Richard M. Brown John J. Buttita Richard A. Campbell Kristin Carlson Vogen James A. Casey Thomas E. Chomicz Tilden Cummings Jr. J.E. Clark Delanois Michael C. Diedrich Christine A. Edwards Barry L. Finkelstein Frederic Floberg Gregory A. Frezados Roselyn L. Friedman Marshall B. Front Marguerite H. Griffin, J.D. David A. Handler David L. Hanson James R. Hellige David Hodgman Case Hoogendoorn Toya Horn Howard Marc Horner Andrew S. Jacobs Sheila Johnson Neil T. Kawashima Richard A. Lang Kenneth F. Lorch Paul Lutter Howard M. McCue III John M. McDonough David A. McGranahan Donna Morgan Mark T. Neil Sandra K. Newman Robert Patterson Igor Potym Janice E. Rodgers Nathaniel Sack Donald M. Schindel Todd J. Schneider Thomas M. Schroeder David Shayne David J. Smith Joan E. Steel Mark Styles Angelo F. Tiesi James M. Trapp Mary Lee Turk Sally Venverloh Michael A. Weiland

William C. Weinsheimer H. Randolph Williams

YPAC Members John C. Anderson Kristin G. Bagull Ann Bjerke Jarrett Bostwick Timothy A. Bresnahan Rebecca E. Deaton Catherine B. Donovan Dan Ebner Dimitri P. Eliopoulos Beth A. Engel William R. Franzen Barbara R. Grayson Erika Grim Saul A. Guzman Tiffany Irving, CFP Norah L. Jones Kim A. Kamin Elizabeth M. Karabatsos Kevin Noonan Bennetta Park Jenson Ray Prather, J.D., CPA Christine Quigley Kathleen O’Hagan Scallan Jeff Sheridan Scott Sissel, CPA Mary Ann Spangler Sisco Sara Steigerwald Andrew Stone Domingo P. Such III Kamiar Vossoughi Samantha Weissbluth John R. Wiktor

PAC helps David Handler look out for his clients’ best interests David Handler is always looking for the best ways to maximize his clients’ charitable giving. That’s why the attorney joined The Chicago Community Trust’s Professional Advisory Committee (PAC), a valuable resource that helps him keep up to date on the Trust and learn how he and other professional advisors can work with the largest grant maker in metropolitan Chicago to meet their clients’ needs. As a member of the PAC, Handler gets an inside look at how the Trust’s services, various giving vehicles and grant making expertise can create a satisfying philan­ thropic experience for donors. “It’s a good two-way street,”

says Handler, who heads the Trusts and Estates Practice Group at Kirkland & Ellis LLP. “The Trust wants to put the information in our hands, and I want to have it for my clients.” The Trust holds quarterly meetings to update the members about the Trust’s various initiatives, so they can see where the community foundation’s grant making may align with their clients’ charitable goals. These meet­ings also allow members to network with their peers in an informal setting, confer with the Trust on the latest charitable planning techniques and legislation, and share their clients’ thoughts and concerns. “It’s a great way to meet people who are very active in the Chicago charitable commu­ nity,” Handler says. “The Trust is a resource even for clients who aren’t looking to donate to the Trust but need assistance in accomplishing their charitable objectives. The Trust is a great resource for us.” As a member of the Professional Advisory Committee, David Handler learns about how the Trust’s services and grant making may enhance his clients’ charitable activities. Photo by Ellen Prather.

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A Donor’s Story

Full Circle Joseph Pedott lends a hand to the Chicago nonprofit that helped him when he needed it the most.

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“T he Trust helps philanthropic families like mine because it is a wellestablished and responsible community-directed nonprofit organization with a dedicated and hard-working staff.” – Joseph Pedott Joseph Pedott is the innovative advertising legend behind the Chia Pet and the Clapper, two of the most iconic products in American pop culture. But he navigated a rough road on his way to such remarkable success. On his own as teenager, Pedott received a much-needed helping hand from SGA Youth & Family Services, a Chicago nonprofit that helped set him on his path to success. Now he wants to repay the favor. Pedott recently opened a fund at The Chicago Community Trust to support the nonprofit as it assists struggling teenagers and young adults create better futures for themselves—the way SGA helped him. SGA, a nonprofit that provides services for at-risk youth in Chicago, will receive annual grants from the Joseph Pedott Family Fund at the Trust. Pedott established the designated fund specifically to support the scholarship and educational programs at SGA that help underprivileged high school students attend and succeed in college. “What I’m trying to do is to help kids that have too much baggage on them and are highly motivated to get into college,” explains Pedott, president of Joseph Pedott Advertising & Marketing, Inc. and Joseph Enterprises, Inc. “They have the ability and the aptitude but are struggling because of circumstances beyond their control. I want to give these students with cream-of-the-crop potential a helping hand so that one day they can become leaders and then give back to SGA and the community.” Overcoming Adversity Pedott knows from personal experience how unforeseen circumstances can seem daunting for a teenager without support. The Chicago native suffered from rheumatic fever at 11 and spent years bedridden at a convalescent home in Bartlett, Ill. His mother died of a cerebral hemorrhage when he was 13. At 16, he ran away from home after a dispute with his father and moved into a YMCA on the North Side. His situation seemed bleak until SGA stepped in. Then known as Scholarship and Guidance, the nonprofit provided Pedott with a counselor and money to help pay for his living expenses. “SGA was my lifeline,” says Pedott. “I was determined to get an education, but without that help from them, I’m not sure how I would have done it.” Pedott’s advertising career took off once he finished high school. As a full-time student at the University of Illinois

at Chicago, he and a fellow student started their ad agency producing television commercials for automotive and retail clients. Pedott used his share of the profits to pay his tuition. After graduating from college, he worked for an ad agency in Chicago for two years before moving to San Francisco in 1958. He started his own firm, Joseph Pedott Advertising & Marketing, landing local and national accounts. In the 1970s and 1980s, Pedott came across the products that would propel him into the annals of pop culture history. He purchased the Chia Pet and developed the Clapper, tweaking the products and creating their memorable commercials and catchy jingles. Today the Chia Pet and the Clapper are considered American icons. The prototypes of both products are part of the Smithsonian Institution’s archives and their accompanying documents are in the Library of Congress. Giving Back Pedott, 81, credits his extraordinary achievements in part to SGA, which helped him to finish high school and attend college. That’s why he has donated regularly to the nonprofit for years. However, he wanted to set up a designated fund at the Trust in 2012 to ensure that SGA would continue to receive his financial support for years to come. Given the Trust’s strong roots in the region, grant making expertise, and financial and administrative support, Pedott is confident in the Trust’s stewardship of his fund now and in the future. “The Trust is one of the oldest community foundations in the country and highly respected,” he says. “I find the Trust’s staff to be very professional, and, most important, when I’m not around, I have confidence that the Trust will follow my directions in the distribution and oversight of my fund.” 2012 Annual Report

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Financial Highlights The Chicago Community Trust’s mission to improve the quality of life and prosperity of our region is achieved through the generosity of our donors. As of September 30, 2012, the Trust’s consolidated assets totaled $1.8 billion. In addition, during the fiscal year, the Trust received new gifts totaling $179.7 million and made combined grant commitments totaling $177 million.

Fund Types Donors may work with the Trust to create and contribute to one or more types of funds. Donors can shape charitable gift funds to meet their specific interests and objectives by using one or all of the basic fund types as building blocks. • Designated Funds At the time a designated fund is established, the donor designates a specific charitable organization or organizations as the perpetual recipient or recipients of the income from the fund. The Trust ensures that the designated recipients receive support as long as they remain in existence and continue to fulfill their intended charitable purpose. • Competitive Funds The Trust’s competitive funds are available to nonprofit organizations in metropolitan Chicago that serve the residents of the region. Organizations receiving support in the form of grants must have a 501(c)(3) status or fiscal agent before submitting a letter of inquiry. Based on a review of these letters, organizations may be invited to submit a full proposal. Competitive funds include the following: – Field of Interest Funds: Individuals and organizations may pool their charitable gifts of any size into a common fund that addresses an issue of importance to them and to the community. Income from these funds is distributed by the Trust in accordance with each fund’s specific purpose. – Restricted Funds: A donor may establish a fund dedicated to an area of concern to the community. These funds enable the Trust to respond to ongoing needs in specific areas. – Unrestricted Funds: Through unrestricted funds, donors enable the Trust to respond to the community’s most pressing challenges in creative and flexible ways. These funds provide some of the Trust’s most important resources capable of addressing the ever-changing needs of the community. • Advised Funds An advised fund may be established with a gift of $10,000 or more. It provides donors the opportunity to remain actively engaged in the grant making process. Advised funds are efficient alternatives to private foundations, may involve successor generations and may be endowed for perpetual giving. • Supporting Organizations A growing number of donors with significant charitable assets and a desire to have a more formal giving structure are establishing supporting organizations. As with advised funds, a supporting organization is an attractive alternative to a private foundation, providing significant tax benefits and grant making support from the Trust.

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Growth Following are charts that compare the total assets, contributions and combined grant commitments of the past five years for The Chicago Community Trust and Affiliates.

in millions of dollars

Consolidated Assets

2,000

FY 2008

$ 1,591,487,286

FY 2009

$ 1,503,434,485

FY 2010

$ 1,595,765,501

FY 2011

$ 1,582,884,555

FY 2012

$ 1,804,362,755

Consolidated Contributions FY 2008

$

96,437,061

FY 2009

$

80,869,652

FY 2010*

$

93,775,114

FY 2011*

$

102,063,467

FY 2012*

$

179,703,954

Combined Grant Commitments FY 2008

$

107,812,218

FY 2009

$

110,953,384

FY 2010*

$

136,161,206

FY 2011*

$

107,880,213

FY 2012*

$

177,331,001

1,500 1,000 500 0

‘08

‘09

‘10

‘11

‘12

‘10

‘11

‘12

‘10

‘11

‘12

in millions of dollars 200 150 100 50 0

‘08

‘09

in millions of dollars 200 150 100 50 0

‘08

‘09

Contributions During fiscal year 2012, The Chicago Community Trust and Affiliates received contributions of $179,703,954. Following is an analysis of these contributions by fund type. 2% 1%

Fiscal Year 2012 Assets Contributed by Fund Type

2%

n Advised

$ 154,423,389

n Competitive

$ 3,050,520

n Designated

$ 1,144,269

n Supporting Organizations

$ 17,162,762

n Other

$ 3,923,014

9%

TOTAL $ 179,703,954 86%

*Does not include activity related to government grants and contracts

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Grant Commitments* As illustrated by the following charts, the Trust makes many different types of grants using resources obtained through a variety of partnerships with donors. For an overview of our program priorities and a detailed list of fiscal year 2012 grant recipients, please refer to pages 8 through 64. 2%

5%

Fiscal Year 2012 Grant Commitments by Funding Source

Other Funds of the Trust and Affiliates

Searle Funds

Total Funds

n Advised

$ 116,630,419

$ 12,005,874

$ 128,636,293

n Competitive

$ 18,749,840 $ 16,019,985 $ 34,769,825

n Designated

$ 4,199,856 $

0 $ 4,199,856

n Supporting Organizations

$

0

9,725,027

Total $ 149,305,142

$

$ 28,025,859

$

20%

9,725,027

$ 177,331,001 73%

Fiscal Year 2012 Competitive Grant Commitments by Program Priority

5%

Other Funds of the Trust and Affiliates

Searle Funds

Total Funds

n Education and Economic Development

$ 2,676,400

$ 9,082,000

$ 11,758,400

n Health, Housing and Human Services

$ 9,937,000

$ 2,968,000

$ 12,905,000

n Civic and Cultural Vitality

$ 5,621,440

$ 2,752,000

$ 8,373,440

$

515,000

$ 1,217,985

$ 1,732,985

Total $ 18,749,840

$ 16,019,985

$ 34,769,825

n Sustainable Development

34%

24%

37%

Fiscal Year 2012 Advised, Designated and Supporting Organization Grant Commitments Supporting Advised Designated Organizations

Total

n Education

$ 50,157,110 $ 611,164 $ 138,000 $ 50,906,274

n Arts, Culture and Humanities

$

8,894,261

$ 1,504,652

$ 175,957

15%

$ 10,574,870

1%

n Community Improvement and Capacity Building

$ 3,283,425 $ 571,437 $ 37,500 $ 3,892,362

n Philanthropy, Volunteerism and $ 35,911,000

2%

n Human Services

$ 9,561,431 $ 740,953 $ 162,050 $ 10,464,434

7%

n Religion Related

$ 2,793,138 $ 136,335 $ 25,600 $ 2,955,073

n Housing and Shelter

$

n Health Care

$ 4,773,369 $ 364,310 $ 5,100,040 $ 10,237,719

Grant Making Foundations

$ 33,011,379

536,931

$ 247,980

$

23,025

$ 2,651,641

$

29,000

$

34%

7% 0%

588,956

7% 24%

3%

n International, Foreign Affairs and National Security

n Other**

$

1,113,743

$

$ 14,511,506 $

0

$

11,000

$ 1,124,743

0 $ 1,394,239 $ 15,905,745

Total $ 128,636,293 $ 4,199,856 $ 9,725,027 $ 142,561,176

*Does not include grants from federal funds **Other includes the following areas: environment; diseases, disorders and medical disciplines; food agriculture and nutrition; public and societal benefit; medical research; youth development; employment; civil rights, social action and advocacy; social science; animal related; crime and legal related; recreation and sports; science and technology; mental health and crisis intervention; and mutual and membership benefit.

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Investment Performance The growth of The Chicago Community Trust and Affiliates is achieved through a combination of new contributions received and investment performance. The Trust’s Finance Committee, with the assistance of professional investment consultants, is responsible for establishing investment policy and the continual monitoring of individual managers and their investment performance. Following are charts that summarize the asset allocation target for the Trust, the investment performance and relevant performance benchmarks. 10%

15%

Asset Allocation Target as of September 30, 2012 n Absolute Return

15%

n Fixed Income n Hedged Equity

30%

n International n Large Cap

15%

n Small Cap 15%

Investment Performance Periods Ending September 30, 2012

1 Year

3 Years

5 Years

Foundation

16.59% 8.55% 2.20%

Trust

19.30% 9.23% 1.90%

Policy Benchmark

20.22%

9.87%

2.53%

Expenses Board and management work closely to ensure charitable dollars given through The Chicago Community Trust and Affiliates are used for their intended purposes. Mindful of the cost associated with fulfilling the mission of the Trust, expenses are carefully monitored. During fiscal year 2012, total consolidated operating expenses exclusive of grants and program-related expenses were $16,444,663 (administrative expenses of $12,857,594 and investment management and custodian fees of $3,587,069), representing .91 percent of total assets.

Legal Counsel Mayer Brown

Accountants KPMG

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Executive Committee The Executive Committee of The Chicago Community Trust is the governing body responsible for all grant allocations made from the Trust’s funds, for overseeing asset development and for guiding our general operations. Our founding Declaration of Trust specifies authorities who are designated to appoint members of this committee in order to represent the communities we serve. All members of the Executive Committee also compose the Board of Directors of The Chicago Community Foundation, our corporate affiliate. Following are the 2012 members of the Executive Committee and their appointing authorities.

Clark

Bechily

Canning

Castro

Catlin

Donnelley

Erwin

Ferro

Gardner

Greenberg

Harris

Herro

Kennedy

Peeples

RUIZ

Tang

Frank M. Clark

Judy Erwin

Chairman Appointed in 2006 by the Trustees Committee

Appointed in 2003 by the mayor of Chicago

MarĂ­a C. Bechily

Michael W. Ferro Jr.

Appointed in 2010 by the chancellor of the University of Illinois at Chicago

Appointed in 2008 by the Trustees Committee

Audrey R. Peeples

Appointed in 2004 by the Trustees Committee

John A. Canning Jr. Appointed in 2003 by the president of Northwestern University

Martin R. Castro Appointed in 2011 by the presiding judge of the Probate Division of the Circuit Court of Cook County

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Appointed in 2008 by the presiding judge of the Probate Division of the Circuit Court of Cook County

Jack M. Greenberg Appointed in 2003 by the Trustees Committee

King W. Harris

Appointed in 2007 by the mayor of Chicago

Appointed in 2005 by the chief judge of the U.S. District Court, Northern District of Illinois

Shawn M. Donnelley

David G. Herro

Appointed in 2011 by the Trustees Committee

Appointed in 2011 by the presiding officer of the United Way/Crusade of Mercy of Chicago

John H. Catlin

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Denise B. Gardner

Christopher G. Kennedy

Appointed in 2007 by the chief judge of the U.S. District Court, Northern District of Illinois

Jesse H. Ruiz Appointed in 2009 by the Executive Committee

Michael Tang Appointed in 2009 by the president of the University of Chicago


Former Executive Committee Members Thomas G. Ayers Clifford W. Barnes* Prudence R. Beidler* James F. Beré* Heather Bilandic Black Judith S. Block Philip D. Block Jr.* James J. Brice Eugene J. Buffington Martin R. Castro Adela Cepeda Franklin A. Cole Paula Hannaway Crown Charles S. Cutting William M. Daley Abel Davis Milton Davis Gaylord Donnelley James H. Douglas Jr. Bernard A. Eckhart Marshall Field V Barbara A. Foote* James J. Glasser* J. Ira Harris Mortimer B. Harris Margaret D. Hartigan Edgar D. Jannotta* George E. Johnson Martin J. Koldyke Mercedes A. Laing Sue Ling Gin Homer J. Livingston Jr. Charles E. Lomax Margaret P. MacKimm Lewis Manilow Charles H. Markham Brooks McCormick* Edward D. McDougal Jr. George B. McKibbin Florence Lowden Miller Cynthia Mitchell Richard M. Morrow John Nichols William R. Odell Virginia F. Ojeda Donald S. Perkins Quintin E. Primo III Nancy Ryerson Ranney Cordell Reed Robert W. Reneker Shirley Welsh Ryan* Edward L. Ryerson* Mrs. Gordon H. “Ruddy” Smith Hermon Dunlap Smith* The Reverend Dr. Kenneth B. Smith* R. Douglas Stuart Frank L. Sulzberger Harold H. Swift Henry Favill Tenney Eugene A. Tracy Merle J. Trees Arthur R. Velasquez Ormand J. Wade Edward K. Welles Emory Williams Blaine J. Yarrington

Trustees Committee and Banks Our relationship with Chicago financial institutions dates back to the founding of The Chicago Community Trust and continues to be a partnership with enduring richness. In 1915, Harris Trust and Savings Bank stood as the sole trustee bank charged with managing the Trust’s charitable assets. Over time residents began assessing their own personal giving and contemplated the charitable legacy they would leave the community. Individuals turned to the banks for assistance in leaving gifts in perpetuity, and the banks, in turn, looked to the Trust as a fellow civic leader. Today five financial institutions manage a large portion of the Trust’s assets. We are privileged to have such strong relationships with these banks and their leaders. The Trustees Committee, comprising five chief executives of these banks, appoints up to five members of the Executive Committee, approves other appointments to the committee and, according to the Declaration of Trust, “shall consult with and advise … in matters pertaining to the development of The Chicago Community Trust and public relations.” Following are the 2012 members of the Trustees Committee and Trustee Banks.

Maloney

Cruzan

Furlong

Tim Maloney

Glenn F. Tilton

Chairman Illinois President Bank of America

Chairman, Midwest Region JPMorgan Chase

Marsha Cruzan President, Chicago Region U.S. Bank

Mark F. Furlong

Frederick (Rick) H. Waddell Chairman and Chief Executive Officer The Northern Trust Company

Tilton

Waddell

Trustee banks Bank of America BMO Harris Bank, N.A. JPMorgan Chase The Northern Trust Company U.S. Bank

President and Chief Executive Officer BMO Harris Bank, N.A.

*Former chairman

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The Chicago Community Trust Staff

President’s Office From l: Cheryl Hughes, senior director of strategic initiatives; Terry Mazany, president and CEO; Bill Lowry, special assistant to the president; and Michelle Martin, coordinator of board relations and strategic initiatives. Not pictured: Marcia Gettings, executive assistant.

Photos by Kyle LaMere.

Administration From l: Lakisha Tanner, human resources generalist; Chae Dawning, senior director of human resources and administration; Rita Medrano, executive assistant and facilities manager; and Barbara Langford, receptionist.

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Information Technology From l: Claire Chang, manager of application development; Thomas Irvine, vice president of information services and chief information officer; Tom Pfluger, manager of information technology; and Magdi Odeh, network administrator.

Finance Front row, from l: Shari Pettis, administrative assistant, and Deneen Jackson Smith, director of endowment fund accounting – The Chicago Community Foundation. Back row, from l.: Mark Finke, director of administrative accounting; Carol Crenshaw, vice president of finance and chief financial officer; Nevertha Brooks, accounting associate; and Frank Soo Hoo, controller. Not pictured: Abdul Karim, director of endowment fund accounting – The Chicago Community Trust, and Lauren Plennert, accounting associate.

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Marketing and Communications Front row, from l: Kate Allgeier, manager of web content and electronic communications, and Eva Penar, director of marketing and communications. Back row, from l: Linda Reasons, senior administrative assistant, and Maya Norris, manager of publications and marketing.

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The Chicago Community Trust Staff – continued Photos by Kyle LaMere.

Development and Donor Services Front row, from l.: Nicole Mitchell, development assistant; Antonio Martinez Jr., assistant director of development; Patrick Donnelly, database manager; and Veronica Vidal, manager of development. Back row, from l: Jamie Phillippe, vice president of development and donor services; Jason M. Baxendale, director of gift planning; Janice Atkins Washington, coordinator of donor services; Chip Fry, director of development; and Kathy Pope, assistant director of donor services. Not pictured: Bob Eichinger, director of donor services.

Program Front row, from l: Brandon Thorne, associate program officer, human services and community development; Alma Rodriguez, associate program officer, arts and health; Juanita Irizarry, senior program officer, human services and community development; Ngoan Le, vice president of program; Vanessa Johnson, administrative assistant; Gudelia Lopez, senior program officer, education; and Sandy Phelps, grants manager. Back row, from l: Jim Lewis, senior program officer, human services and community development; Kuliva Wilburn, senior program officer, health; Suzanne Connor, senior program officer, arts and culture; Carmen Vitello, assistant grants manager; Peggy Mueller, senior program officer, education; Janice Pacheco, administrative assistant; Claudia Kavanaugh, program assistant; and Karen-Jo Mensch, senior administrative assistant.

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Trust at a Glance ORIGINS: Albert W. Harris of Harris Trust and Savings Bank and his father, Norman Harris, founded The Chicago Community

Trust on May 12, 1915. ASSETS: $1.8 billion GOVERNANCE:

• Executive Committee: The Trust’s governing board comprises up to 17 community leaders who oversee all operations. • Trustees Committee: Made up of senior executive officers of banks that manage at least $4 million in Trust funds, the Trustees Committee appoints members of the Executive Committee and advises the Trust on development and community relations matters. STAFF: 77 GEOGRAPHIC SCOPE: Chicago, suburban Cook County and the Illinois counties of DuPage, Kane, Lake, McHenry and Will GRANTS TO SUPPORT COMMUNITIES: The Chicago Community Trust and Affiliates, together with its donors, gave more than $177

million in 2012.

GRANT MAKING PROGRAM AREAS: education and economic development; health, housing and human services; civic and

cultural vitality; and sustainable development SUPPORTING ORGANIZATIONS: Burridge D. Butler Memorial Trust, Glasser and Rosenthal Family Foundation, Lavin Family

Supporting Foundation, Metropolis Strategies, PERT Foundation, Revere Community Partners Fund, S&C Foundation and Springboard Foundation GEOGRAPHIC AFFILIATES: The Lake County Community Foundation and The Will County Community Foundation IDENTITY-FOCUSED FUNDS: African American Legacy, Asian Giving Circle, Latino Giving Circle, The LGBT Community Fund, Nuestro Futuro, Persons with Disabilities Fund and Young Leaders Fund FUNDING COLLABORATIVES: Arts Education Initiative, Arts Work Fund for Organizational Development, Chicagoland

Workforce Funder Alliance, The Partnership for New Communities and Smart Chicago Funds CIVIC LEADERSHIP: The Trust regularly convenes public sector, civic and community leaders to work on finding solutions for challenges facing the region. NONPROFIT INCUBATOR: Several Trust initiatives and programs have developed into stand-alone organizations addressing the needs of the community, including the Executive Service Corps of Chicago, IFF and Voices for Illinois Children. DONOR SERVICES: The Trust works one on one with local donors to help them manage their charitable giving, offering several ways to give, including setting up their own funds or contributing to existing funds. Donors with funds at the Trust are able to benefit from the expertise of the Trust’s grant making staff and the scope of our grant making.

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Terry Mazany President and Chief Executive Officer Eva Penar Director of Marketing and Communications Maya Norris Annual Report Editor Kate Allgeier Manager of Web Content and Electronic Communications Tuan Do Graphic Designer Amalie Drury Contributing Writer MonĂŠe Fields-White Contributing Writer


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To learn more about how the Trust has improved the quality of life in metropolitan Chicago, we invite you to visit our website at www.cct.org.


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