Closing the gap with high standards, inspring curriculum, and passionate educators
Partnering with young people to build a future a hope
Empowering adults, families, and seniors to work towards self-sufficiency
Nationally accredited early childhood education
Support for school-age kids, teens, and young mothers.
Employment, computers, financial assistance, and more.
Services for the most active to the most isolated.
Client choice food pantries for families and individuals.
Prior to engaging with Marillac’s Computer Lab, Robin, a single parent supporting her pre-teen daughter, had a part-time job with unreliable hours.
Speech-Language Pathologist and Daughter of Charity, Sister Kara Davis, in process of developing new program launching Fall 2018.
To the outside world, Chicago is defined by headlines about violence and poverty. But contrary to the dark and gloomy news, there is a beacon of light providing hope to those living in marginalized communities.
Operating on Chicago's west side, Project Hope has impacted hundreds of young mothers for over 30 years.