Fundraisers Canceled, Money In Jeopardy For Nonprofits Amid Coronavirus PandemicNon-profits across Chicago have been forced to cancel their events amid COVID-19, and they aren't sure how they're going to get through the year.
Charities Hope Wallets Stay Open On Giving TuesdayIn addition to the cash injection, charities are also accepting donations of time and other means of support.
Manager Uses Education To Better The Lives Of Chicago's WomenBeverly Billy started her own non-profit organization to help women move on from abusive relationships.
City Council Approves Emanuel Plan To Reduce Water Bills For Some CharitiesThe Chicago City Council has approved Mayor Emanuel's plan to reduce the water bills of some charitable groups, but negotiations are still continuing, reports WBBM Political Editor Craig Dellimore.
Chicago Nonprofit Helps Visually Impaired Get Trained, Find JobsTerrence J. Longo of The Chicago Lighthouse explains how his non-profit helps the unemployed blind.
Church Leaders Want City To Reinstate Free Water For Non-ProfitsDozens of Chicago area religious leaders held a news conference Tuesday morning in Bronzeville, saying that no longer getting free water service could force them to halt some services for the needy.
Some Churches Face Steep Costs In Installing Water MetersWhen it comes to water meters in Chicago, churches are getting by on a wing and a prayer.
Emanuel: Property Tax Exemptions For Non-Profits Won't EndThe day after he suggested he was looking at the matter, Mayor-elect Rahm Emanuel is reassuring non-for-profit groups that he does not intend to end their property tax exemptions.
State Declines To Borrow For Human ServicesState lawmakers have declined to borrow more than $8 billion to catch-up on funding agencies that held the elderly, seniors, children and those with special needs.