Volunteers From My Block, My Hood, My City Break Out Snow Shovels In Chicago NeighborhoodsCrews of volunteers are dragged out the shovels Tuesday to help some strangers.
Volunteers From My Block, My Hood, My City Pack Up Thanksgiving Meals For About 2,000 People In NeedThe need this Thanksgiving is overwhelming, with more than 2 million people having lost their jobs in Illinois since the start of the pandemic.
Hit The Hood Calls For New Contract For City, Police UnionHit the Hood will hold a virtual teach-in and march on Labor Day at noon at Millennium Park.
Rogers Park Residents Come Together After Tornado; 'People Just Want To Help'"When we saw the destruction from the storm, we said this is our opportunity to make a difference. We had people come from the South Side, West side, all over just to help."
Hit The Hood Micro-Grants Aim To Prevent Violence In Chicago This July 4th WeekendUsing a small amount of cash to make a big difference in Chicago -- that's the idea behind "Hit the Hood" micro-grants.
My Block, My Hood, My City Giving Out Micro-Grants To Encourage Community, Prevent ViolenceA brand new initiative is in place to curb the violence heading into the holiday weekend.
A Call For Interconnectivity At March, Food Giveaway In Chatham“A duty to love and protect each other” was the theme of a march and food giveaway Sunday in the Chatham neighborhood.
Volunteers Shovel For City Seniors As Part Of "My Block, My Hood, My City" ProgramVolunteers from throughout the city joined a shoveling brigade on Friday, helping clear walks and driveways for seniors on the city’s South Side.