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Here’s How You Can Help Migrants Arriving In Chicago From Texas
Local organizations have been working with the city to offer resources for newly arrived migrants. Here's how you can help out.
Erie Neighborhood House Spent Its 150th Year Helping Chicago Immigrants Through Pandemic — And You Can Help Further Its Mission
Erie Neighborhood House planned to celebrate its 150th year with fundraisers. Instead, the nonprofit spent the year providing coronavirus relief.
Erie Neighborhood House’s Poker Tournament Fundraiser Goes Virtual
Proceeds from the poker tournament will fund college scholarships for Erie House clients, many of whom are Latino immigrants.
West Town Nonprofit Raising Money For Undocumented, Self-Employed Clients In Need Of Aid
All donations will fund groceries, transportation costs, child care, rent and utilities for Erie Neighborhood House's clients.
Need To Speak With A Lawyer About An Issue With Your Lease? Attend This Free West Town Housing Clinic
Residents will also be able to consult one-on-one with a professional to discuss a particular housing or rental issue. Services will be offered in English and in Spanish.
Chicago’s Oldest Settlement House Is Still Operating In West Town. This Weekend It Celebrates 150 Years
Founded in 1870, the Erie Neighborhood House began as the "little Dutch church" in West Town that focused efforts on helping the area's immigrant communities.