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
- Demystifying Federal FundingDecember 6, 2016While private and foundational support is important, most community-based nonprofits depend on government – local, state, and federal – funds for almost 90% of their costs. Federal funding can often intimidate […]
- Faces: Meet Steve and Monique, Youth Advocate Programs, Inc.November 28, 2016interview by Alexandria Santistevan, John Marshall Law School Intern Get IN Chicago partners are making incredible strides to reduce youth violence in our communities. To introduce you to the people working in our […]
- Newsletter: November 2016November 22, 2016Did you receive our latest newsletter update? You can also view it here: November 2016 Be sure to join our newsletter mailing list to receive our latest updates! […]
- Awards for Mentoring, CBT Training and Capacity BuildingNovember 17, 2016Evidence-based mentoring model used by Get IN Chicago was featured in the White House Office of Social Innovation and My Brother’s Keeper (MBK)’s What Works Showcase Chicago, Ill. — November 17, 2016 — Get IN […]
- Developing Your Leadership PresenceNovember 16, 2016by Alexandria Santistevan, John Marshall Law School Intern “The successful organization has one major attribute that sets it apart from unsuccessful organizations… dynamic and effective leadership.” – Hersey and Blanchard As […]