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Neighborhood Power Project Participants
15 community-centered organizations, spanning 11 Chicago neighborhoods, are currently enrolled in the program. Following the program, they receive ongoing support from an Illinois Green volunteer for Green Teams, education, and future sustainability projects.
Association House of Chicago | Humboldt Park
Betty Shabazz Academy | Grand Crossing
CYC-Sidney Epstein Youth Center | North Lawndale
DishRoulette Kitchen | Pilsen
Family Matters | Rogers Park
Grace United Methodist Church | Logan Square
Industrial Council of Nearwest Chicago (ICNC) | West Town
Institute of Cultural Affairs (ICA GreenRise) | Uptown
Marillac St. Vincent Family Services | Garfield Park
Sarah's Circle | Uptown
SS. Genevieve and Stanislaus Bishop & Martyr Parish | Belmont Cragin
St. Ferdinand Parish | Belmont Cragin
Sustainable Options for Urban Living (S.O.U.L.) | Dolton, IL
Trilogy | Rogers Park
UE Union | West Loop
This community center in Rogers Park has upgraded their water heater, insulated boiler pipes, and replaced old lightbulbs for
This small business incubator supports restaurants from the ground up.
Joining the program in 2021, they plan to focus on waste management solutions for their commercial kitchens.
Currently in the planning phase to determine sustainability upgrades, this network of two African-centered charter schools serves
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Learn more about the Sustainable Facilities Mentor program,
designed for building professionals.