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132 Organizations awarded grants for summer and fall programs

David Rojas, the founder of The Alliance 98 will use the $10,000 grant it received from the Chicago Fund for Safe and Peaceful Communities to remove barriers to employment for young people of color. The Alliance 98 is one of the 132 organizations that received grants to help reclaim public spaces and build community cohesion.

Rojas and John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation Program Officer Tawa Mitchell and Chicago Community Trust Program Officer Anna Lee discuss the grants awarded to help reduce gun violence and build bridges between the police and local communities on WGN Radio.

This is a post related to the Community Safety and Peace strategy of the Partnership for Safe and Peaceful Communities.

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Reducing Gun Violence Is On Everyone’s Lips

Everyone who cares deeply about Chicago’s future can play a role.

If you are an employer, you can hire young people at risk. If you are a community leader, you can help improve police-community relations. If you are a health care provider, you can support trauma-informed care to gun violence victims. If you are a funder, you can support any one of these efforts. Whatever you do, your voice matters when you speak up in support of policies that can make our neighborhoods safer. Reach out to learn more.

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