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Wood Family FoundationPitch In is a long term after school mentoring program. Mentors meet with 4th grade students once a week.
Workforce Connection Center/GoodwillOur mission is to provide training, employment and supportive services for people with disabilities or disadvantages who seek greater independence. Goodwill’s primary focus is to assist people to develop job skills and secure work opportunities that fulfill their personal/professional goals.
Working in the Schools (WITS)Working in the Schools (WITS) is a movement of educators, volunteers, and investors coming together to support a better public education for every student.
WorldChicagoWorldChicago facilitates professional and personal interactions for international leaders during official visits to Chicago through Department of State exchange programs; enhances communication through international exchanges and alliances and promotes Chicago as a center of business and culture.
World of Soul Motorcycle Community, Inc.World of Soul Motorcycle Community™ is a social network organized to promote charitable works, awareness, education, literacy, workforce training and opportunities, the development of industry and the reduction of violence.
World Sport ChicagoWorld Sport Chicago is a private, non-profit organization that teaches positive values and leadership through sport. We act on the belief that sport has the power to strengthen individuals, and in turn, Chicago’s communities and work with various partners to deliver impact and create change.
WRIGHT PLACE RESOURCE CENTER & SHELTER FOR WOMEN AND CHILDREN, NFPWRIGHT PLACE RESOURCE CENTER & SHELTER FOR WOMEN AND CHILDREN, NFP serves people without homes while being a source of education and empowerment to disproportionately served people.
Wright-Way RescueWright-Way Rescue is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) all breed dog and cat rescue in Morton Grove, IL.
WVONThe WVON BlueLight Foundation is a charitable organization designed to Create Compassionate Communities by Empowering Urban Environments through Arts and Education.
Year Up ChicagoYear Up is a year long workforce development program for young adults aged 18-24 with a high school diploma or GED. We connect young adults who need opportunity with companies who need their talent.