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For the last 28 years TCLI's core mission has been to develop diverse leaders who envision, initiate and share breakthrough approaches to solving society's toughest challenges. Here are their stories.
CFUF knows how to change lives. The Center for Urban Families does not try to make individuals change, but instead surrounds our clients with a selection of services that helps them build skills and the confidence to find their personal power to change.
Mi Casa Su Casa (MCSC) serves the Latino community of Charlotte/Mecklenburg in North Carolina by promoting self-sufficiency and community empowerment through advocacy and referral services, wellness, early childhood development and family preservation programs.
DC Central Kitchen is more than a soup kitchen. Through innovative food recycling, culinary arts training, and community outreach, DC Central Kitchen uses food as a tool to strengthen bodies, empower minds, and build communities.
On any given night there are 25,000 homeless youth on the streets of Illinois, over two-thirds in Chicago.
Corazón Community Services offers prevention, intervention, education, and health services to the growing Latino community of Cicero, Illinois.
Improving the lives of Native American individuals and families through culturally appropriate behavioral health, affordable housing, and community development services.
The mission of the Bronx River Alliance is to serve as a coordinated voice for the river and work in harmonious partnership to protect, improve and restore the Bronx River corridor and greenway so that they can be healthy ecological, recreational, educational and economic resources for the communities through which the river flows.
Common Ground is a pioneer in the development of supportive housing and other research-based practices that end homelessness.
Casa Guadalupe Hispanic Ministries nurtures the spirit of Latino families, provides social services, and fosters social enterprise