Chicago Youth Centers
Rating: 4 stars 1 1 review 326
Children & Youth, Human Services
104 S Michigan Ave 14th Fl Chicago IL 60603 USA
The late Elliott Donnelley and Sidney Epstein founded the Chicago Youth Centers in 1956 when the South Side Boys Club, on Chicago's near South side, and American Boys Commonwealth on the West side were combined. CYC has served the needs of kids and teens as they grow up in Chicago's toughest neighborhoods ever since.
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Smart and dedicated people helping kids with a range of programs in several Chicago neighborhoods. Kids can start in preschool and participate through high-school and even in college scholarship programs. The also run a cool summer camp in Michigan.
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increase scholarship funding
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We love the blank pillow cases as the children can decorate or leave messages for their loved one that is hospitalized. Or we... more »