Foundation / Corporation
Chicago White Sox Community Fund, administered by the McCormick Foundation
Grants to Cook County, Illinois non-profits for health, wellness, abuse and education programs and projects that increase self-sufficiency and benefit at-risk youth and families in the Greater Chicago metropolitan region. Grants are made to agencies serving one or more of the primary interest areas detailed below:
1) Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment programs - intervention and resource delivery programs for children and families experiencing abuse and neglect. The category supports child, youth and family counseling, family support and home-visiting services.
2) Health and Wellness programs - healthy lifestyles programs for at-risk youth, youth athletic programs that emphasize health and wellness, and nutrition and medical programs for low income children and families.
3) Youth Education programs - academic enhancement programs for at-risk students and programs that support high scholastic achievement, completion of high school and entrance into post-secondary education programs. This includes recreation programs that tie participation to academics and track scholastic success.
-Programs that advance a particular religious or sectarian purpose
-Partisan political or electoral activities
-Personal research projects
-Programs that would financially benefit the Chicago White Sox
GrantWatch ID#: 144054
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Christine O'Reilly, Executive Director, Chicago White Sox Charities
333 W. 35th St
Chicago, Illinois 60616
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