Lawyers Lend-A-Hand to Youth Board of Directors has selected 13 mentoring and tutoring organizations to receive a 2017 grant award. Each of these organizations has a program that provides one-to-one tutoring or mentoring to youth in the city of Chicago. In order to qualify for the award, each organization
Lend-A-Hand Tutoring at the CBA celebrated its first Halloween with games and candy. A big thanks to Wrigley for their generous donation of candy.
Lawyers Lend-A-Hand is launching its inaugural tutoring program here at the Chicago Bar Association! We will be partnering with the Montessori School of Englewood (MSE) to offer Lend-A-Hand Tutoring at the CBA in October 2016. MSE students will be bused from their school in Englewood to the Chicago Bar Association
Take a look at the progress LLAH has made over the past year, from our grant program to our awards dinner. We are really proud of all that we have accomplished in just one year, and all that you have helped us to accomplish. We are looking forward even more
Lawyers Lend-A-Hand’s 2016-2017 Grant Application is here! This is the next step in the process only for those programs that have been invited to apply for a grant from LLAH for mentoring and tutoring organizations in Chicago. The full, complete application will be due on Monday, September 19. If your
Lawyers Lend-A-Hand to Youth is pleased to announce its 2015-16 grantees. Each program will receive a grant ranging from $5,000 to $7,500, as well as capacity building assistance. This is the 21st year of Lend-A-Hand’s grant program, which has benefited more than 125 youth organizations offering one-to-one mentoring and tutoring.
Hilda Marshall, the Mentor Coordinator of LLAH partner organization Kelly Hall YMCA, was recently named the Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund’s “Volunteer of the Year.” Marshall first began volunteering with the YMCA of Metropolitan Chicago as a mentor in 1996. For more information about Marshall and her award, check out the
Lawyers Lend-A-Hand partner program, Changing Life Education Initiative, is seeking Secret Santas to bring a little Christmas to 60 youth in its one-to-one mentoring programs. Fifty of these youth are students at Carrie Jacobs Bond Elementary School in Englewood, who attend Changing Life’s after-school program. The remainder are boys ages