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.