1. City Year Ripples of Hope Gala (4/2015) This year’s Gala was a huge success; it took place on April 9, 2014 and raised a total of $903,685 in support of our service to the students of Chicago. View photos from the evening on City Year’s Flickr Page. Thanks were given out to ;
Mayor Rahm Emanuel
City of Chicago
CEO, BMO Harris Bank
Read and subscribe to the City Year Blog, as well.
2. Posse Foundation Chicago Golf Outing and Cocktail + Dinner Reception, (9/2015)
Their website says it all; “Posse is one of the most comprehensive and renowned college access and youth leadership development programs in the United States. In fact, President Barack Obama said in an interview in The Chronicle of Higher Education, “One of this year’s MacArthur awardees—the ‘genius’ awards—is an innovator named Deborah Bial. She proposed a model to identify promising students from…urban backgrounds using an alternative set of qualities as predictors of success in college. …The students that are selected form a ‘Posse’ and are provided with extra supports, and end up graduating from selective colleges with a very high success rate.”
3. After School Matters Annual Gala (9/2015)
There’s still time to attend the 2014 After School Matters Annual Gala or simply plan for 2015.
After School Matters® is a non-profit organization that offers Chicago high school teens innovative out-of-school activities.
4. Daniel Murphy Scholarship Fund 25th Anniversary (10/25/14)
This event is just around the corner so find out more and buy tickets here.
5. Invest For Kids Conference (11/6/14)
Invest For Kids is a unique forum that brings together portfolio managers, family offices, private investors and analysts to learn about strategies and specific investment ideas from a leading group of investment managers. Their Sixth Annual Event is coming up in a little over a month at Harris Theater. You can register now.
6. A Better Chicago Project Impact Awards (11/13/14)
Watch a video overview of the Project Impact, which is fascinating. Project Impact is a competition that harnesses the power of innovation to move the needle for those in need. Nonprofits across the country can use this prize to launch or grow their presence in the Chicago metropolitan area. We support this initiative and hope you will too. See who gets awarded this year on 11/13/2014.
7. KIPP Chicago Schools KIPP Talk (Spring 2015 )
MIB has been a big supporter of KIPP for some time. We appreciate their mission; To create a network of schools that empower students with the character and academic skills necessary to succeed in top-quality high schools and universities, to be happy in the competitive world, and to have a positive impact on their communities.
8. Chicago High School for the Arts Kerfuffle (5/2015)
Kerfuffle! is ChiArts’ annual fundraising event featuring performances and exhibitions by Scholar-Artists from the Dance, Music, Theatre, and Visual Arts conservatories at ChiArts . The evening will feature four “Arts Partner All-Stars” representing some of the 72 Chicago arts institutions that partner with ChiArts as well as a reception with a strolling Cabaret Dinner.
Please also take a look at the first in this series; Part 1; MIB 2013 Philanthropy Award Winners.