The Neighborhood Power Project is serving nonprofit organizations around Chicagoland by providing pro-bono energy, water, waste, and air quality assessments, a sustainability roadmap, and up to $10,000 grant money to implement sustainable operations projects in their facilities. See below for a list of Nonprofit Anchor participants, and the impact the NPP is having on their building and organization.

Check out our first case study from the Neighborhood Power Project—Family Matters:

Nonprofit Anchor Organization Program Progress
Trilogy Inc.
Trilogy’s missing is to support people in their recovery from mental illness by helping them discover and reclaim their capabilities, life direction and well-being.

Family Matters
Family Matters partners with youth, families, and communities to cultivate a way of living in the world that develops strong relationships, meaningful communication, and safe environments for courageous social change as they seek to build an equitable society for all.

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Betty Shabazz International Charter School
Betty Shabazz International Charter School’s mission is to provide an academic and culturally relevant program that integrates and balances cultural knowledge and improves competencies in reading, oral and written language, mathematics, science, technology, social studies, the arts and humanities.

United Electric, Radio, and Machine Workers of America (UE)
UE is a labor union which fights to improve conditions for the working class.

Ss. Genevieve and Stanislaus B&M
Ss. Genevieve and Stanislaus B&M is a Catholic parish serving the Belmont Cragin neighborhood, providing faith-based programming and community support.

Sustainable Options for Urban Living
S.O.U.L. is a holistic, urban, community, and cooperative economic developer that explores and shares options for local businesses and residents to create healthy, happy, prosperous, and sustainable lives.

Marillac St. Vincent Family Services
Marillac St. Vincent’s mission is to strengthen, empower, and give voice to those in need – in the Vincentian spirit of service – through education and comprehensive programs to build vibrant communities in Chicago. Ending poverty, one parent, one child, one family at a time.