Get IN Chicago provides counsel to funder and community-based organizations working to reduce youth violence and address the underlying, systemic issues that lead to it. Get IN Chicago also studies and funds antiviolence initiatives focused on acutely high-risk youth, those who are at heightened risk for becoming victims or perpetrators of violence.

Get IN Chicago is led by business leaders who have pledged support to identify the most promising practices to improve the lives and safety of Chicago’s youth.

To do this, Get IN Chicago partners with community-based organizations, public agencies and corporate funders to inspire creative solutions and collaboration, involve multiple stakeholders, and invest in innovative and effective strategies.


Latest News and Updates

  • GIC logo1Get IN Chicago Identifies Five Key Areas Crucial for Anti-Violence Efforts
    Top Recommendation: Placing Youth at the Greatest Risk of Violence at the Center CHICAGO – October 25, 2016 – Today, Get IN Chicago, a private organization studying and funding violence prevention initiatives focused on […]
  • img_3851No Small Plans – Training and Capacity Building
    Get IN Chicago is currently collaborating with more than 20 agencies to strengthen mentoring and cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) programs for acutely high-risk youth in Austin, Englewood, Humboldt Park, North Lawndale, […]
  • img_6663Newsletter: October 2016
    Did you receive our latest newsletter update?  You can also view it here: October 2016 Be sure to join our newsletter mailing list to receive our latest updates! […]
  • North Lawndale – CCRE Action Plan Unveiling
    North Lawndale TR4IM/CCRE Partners Invite You: North Lawndale Safety Action Plan Unveiling TUESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 2016 Sinai Community Institute, Town Hall A 2653 W Ogden Ave., Chicago, IL 60608 About Get IN Chicago: Get IN […]
  • img_6725Working from Home
    How Family Programs Can Reduce Youth Violence Dynamics inside the home set the stage for how children interact, live, and grow outside of it – including their involvement in violence.  Witnessing violent confrontations or […]