REPRESENTATIVE CASE STATEMENTS/CONCEPT NOTES
§ “Solace Place: A Need Meets Its Solution.”
A capital campaign converting a convent into a school for high-risk teens, by one of Chicago’s 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
Possibility. Cross-cutting advocacy and campaigning 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 children (also Chicago’s only landmark directly linked to Civil War.
§ Global Citizen
(A social action platform to solve the world’s biggest challenges.)
(The world's LGBTQ media advocacy organization)
§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
(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.)
§ Sheltering Arms, 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.)