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Village Employees Give Back to the Community

2022-01-28T11:05:01-06:00January 27th, 2022|

SkokieNews - Each year for several decades, Village of Skokie employees have participated in an Employee Giving Campaign to raise funds for a local charity. For the past few years the funds generated by the annual employee giving campaign have been directed to the Skokie Community Foundation, (SCF) a non-profit, grant-making public charity that supports collaborative

Village Employees Donate to the Skokie Community Fund

2020-02-12T17:15:53-06:00January 3rd, 2019|

NewSkokie Newsletter – page 3 - In 2018 the Village of Skokie made the Skokie Community Foundation the beneficiary of its generous employee donation program donating over $17,000, to support the Foundation’s work to improve lives of the residents of Skokie. In fall 2018, Village employees from all departments donated more than

Local foundation awards $25K in grants

2020-02-03T18:54:08-06:00December 13th, 2018|

Skokie Review - The Skokie Community Foundation awarded a total of $25,000 in grants for 2019 in an event at Community Animal Rescue Effort (C.A.R.E.) in Skokie. Three general $5,000 grants and one $10,000 grant targeted toward social inclusion were awarded to partnered organizations. Staff report The Skokie Community Foundation announced its eighth year

Skokie Community Foundation announces recipients of its 2019 Collaborative Grant Cycle

2020-02-03T18:53:06-06:00November 5th, 2018|

Skokie Patch - The Skokie Community Foundation announced the 2019 grant cycle winners today at an event held at the Community Animal Rescue Effort (CARE). Read More

Mudlark Theater presents ‘Mudpie 2018’

2020-12-21T17:38:02-06:00April 20th, 2018|

Evanston Now - Mudlark Theater presents ‘Mudpie,’ partially funded by a 2018 Skokie Community Foundation grant to provide under-served students in Skokie with literacy and theater programs in their schools and the opportunity to see performances by their peers.

New Teen Programming Launched with Skokie Community Foundation grant

2020-02-03T19:12:46-06:00March 5th, 2018|

Turning Point - Funded by the Skokie Community Foundation, Turning Point Behavioral Health Care Center and the Skokie Public Library launched Let’s Talk About It an interactive forum for teens to talk about mental health. Once a month for nine months Skokie teens grades 6-12 can visit the Skokie Public Library where a Turning

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