REPRESENTATIVE CASE STATEMENTS/CONCEPT NOTES
§ “Solace Place: A Need Meets Its Solution.”
A capital campaign to convert a convent into a school for high-risk teens, by one of Chicago’s oldest
child welfare agencies.
§ “Bridges: Filling the Gap Between Welfare and Work.”
Startup costs for a welfare-to-work program, by Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Chicago.
§ A Concept Note to the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation: Advancing the Global Goals with
an Advocacy/Campaigning Model."
§ A Concept Note to the Caterpillar Foundation: Lifting Women and Girls Out of Poverty and Into
Cross-cutting advocacy and campaigning, set to affect millions of lives in developing countries.
§ “The Northwest Center for Creative Aging.”
Startup costs of a resource center focused on creativity and Seattle’s elderly.
§ “The Samsung Innovation Center at Children's Health Fund.”
§ “Saving Carondelet.”
Funds to preserve a home for abused kids, also Chicago’s only landmark directly linked to Civil War.
§ Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Chicago, Chicago, IL
(The largest social service agency in Chicago.)
§ Cancer Wellness Center, Skokie, IL
(A program providing support to cancer patients and their families.)
§ Children's Health Fund, New York, NY
(The nation's leading pediatric provider of mobile-based health care for homeless and low-income children and their families.)
§ Teen Living Project, Chicago, IL
(A program for runaway and homeless teenagers.)
§ St. Joseph’s Carondelet Child Center, Chicago, IL (A Catholic Charities agency serving emotionally disturbed children.)
§ Episcopal Social Services, New York, NY
(One of New York’s largest, most inclusive social service agencies.)
§ Horizon House, Seattle, WA
(A Continuing Care Retirement Community in Metropolitan Seattle.)
§ CYCLE (Community Youth Creative Learning Experience), Chicago, IL
(An agency providing tutoring and job training for people in the Cabrini-Green housing project.)
§ Good News Partners, Chicago, IL
(An agency for homeless, unemployed adults in Rogers Park.)