Brand strategy & design from Seedhouse, valued at $20,000 - Albany Park Community Center. APCC is a social service organization that impacts thousands of people a year, primarily immigrants, with services like ESL & GED classes, a Housing Resource Center, workforce development, veterans transition services, and citizenship classes. They will serve nearly 10,000 people this year.
Social media management from Lightspan Digital, valued at $3,200 - Culinary Care. Culinary Care is a non-profit organization dedicated to delivering free and balanced meals to caregivers and fighters managing the stress of cancer.
SEO + content strategy from Digital Third Coast, valued at $6,000 - Illinois Safe Schools Alliance. The Alliance promotes safety, support, and healthy development for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning (LGBTQ) youth in Illinois schools and communities through advocacy, education, youth organizing, and research.
Website design + development from Orbit Media, valued at $20,000 - Leave No Veteran Behind. LNVB provides educational and employment services to Veterans who face economic hardship. Through their innovative educational debt relief scholarship, community service, employment training, and job placement programs, LNVB invests in heroes who have honorably served our nation and seek to continue their service as productive citizens in their communities.
PR consulting from Flanigan Communications, valued at $5,000 - Sacred Transformations. Sacred Transformations is dedicated to helping people who are tattooed, scarred, branded, and/or burnt from negative experiences to transform those marks into art pieces that celebrate one's individuality. People who receive their services include domestic violence victims, human traffic victims, military veterans, family members of homicide victims, former gang members, former prisoners, and others.
Video production from ShiftFocus Productions, valued at $10,000 - The Night Ministry. The Night Ministry is a Chicago-based organization that works to provide housing, health care, and human connection to members of our community who are struggling with poverty or homelessness.
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