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Our Partners

Contact Sharon Caldwell, HOW's Director of Institutional Giving at
scaldwell@how-inc.org or 773-465-5770 x243, to find out
more information on our partners and the benefits of
partnering with HOW.



Foundation and Corporate Partners

AIDS Foundation of Chicago
Akzo America
Anonymous Foundation
Baird & Warner Good Will Network
Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS
Center for Housing and Health
Chicago Community Trust
Chicago Low Income Housing Trust Fund
Creative Designs
The Crown Family Foundation
Cubs Care-A McCormick Foundation Fund
Patrick and Anna M. Cudahy Fund
Davis & Hosfield Consulting LLC
Deloitte
Devon Bank
Dewan Foundation
Sherburne M. Earling Working Mother’s Fund
George M. Eisenberg Foundation
The Field Foundation of Illinois
Fred B. Jones Fund
GATX Corporation
Innovating Worthy Projects Foundation
J.Jill Compassion Fund
Judy Family Foundation
Kirkland & Ellis LLP
Lettuce Entertain You
Neal, Gerber, & Eisenberg LLP
The Owens Foundation
The Albert Pick, Jr. Fund
Kathy and Grant Pick Fund
Pierce and Associates P.C.
Pierce Family Foundation
Polk Bros. Foundation
Private Bank Foundation
S & C Electric Company
Seabury Foundation
Sidley Austin LLP
United Way of Metropolitan Chicago
Urban Innovations
US Bank
Winston & Strawn LLP
W.P. & H.B. White Foundation


Government Partners

Chicago Department of Family & Support Services
Chicago Department of Public Health
Illinois Department of Human Services
US Department of Housing and Urban Development
US Social Security Adminstration


Supportive Housing Providers Association (SHPA)
A statewide association of non-profit organizations who provide supportive housing - affordable housing, enriched with supportive services - to individuals and families who are homeless and/or have special needs, such as mental illness, substance abuse issues, or other chronic illness, such as HIV/AIDS. SHPA's mission is to strengthen the supportive housing industry, to enable the increased development of supportive housing, and to support non-profit organizations to develop the capacity for providing permanent supportive housing.  Members network with one another, access the latest information, and advocate at the state and federal levels, with the aid of Springfield lobbyists.


 


 

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