Get IN Chicago Announces $2.8 Million to Programs in Neighborhoods Hardest Hit by Violence CHICAGO (Aug. 26) – Get IN Chicago (GIC), a public/private partnership, is awarding more than $2.8 million in grants to programs addressing violence, improving safety and providing opportunities for youth living in high-crime neighborhoods. This brings GIC grants to $7.8 million… Read More


CHICAGO (Aug. 13) – Get IN Chicago, a public-private partnership, is providing $230,000 to community initiatives in five neighborhoods hardest hit by gun violence. Grant recipients – University Illinois at Chicago (UIC) and Cure Violence, UCAN and CeaseFire, and Youth Guidance – are using GIC funds to implement trauma response programs in Austin, Englewood, North… Read More


Get IN Chicago (GIC) Funds Programs to Address Aftermath of Gun Violence CHICAGO (Aug. 13) – Get IN Chicago, a public-private partnership, is providing $230,000 to community initiatives in five neighborhoods hardest hit by gun violence. Grant recipients – University Illinois at Chicago (UIC) and Cure Violence, UCAN and CeaseFire, and Youth Guidance – are… Read More


Children’s Home + Aid Wins $1 Million Grant for Project to Curb Youth Violence  Winners of the Chicago Design Competition include three programs to start in 2015 CHICAGO, June 4, 2015 – From more than 200 proposals, a program developed by Children’s Home + Aid, a leading child and family service agency in Illinois, in… Read More


Get IN Chicago Partners with Chicago Police, Others To Bring Youth Baseball League to Englewood Community CHICAGO, May 28, 2015 – Get IN Chicago, the public-private partnership dedicated to combatting juvenile violence, today announced a partnership with the Chicago Police Department and Teamwork Englewood to establish a youth baseball league in the Englewood community. The league… Read More


Read on for a more complete listing of press mentions about Get IN Chicago and our partner programs: Englewood Youth Baseball League Helps Kids On And Off The Field – CBS-2 Chicago, July 5, 2018 Shot on the streets of Chicago as teens, they’re heading to D.C. to protest gun violence – Los Angeles Times, March 24, 2018… Read More