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Obama Foundation
Chicago, IL
The Obama Foundation is a Chicago-based nonprofit organization founded in 2014. It oversees the creation of the Barack Obama Presidential Center, runs the My Brother's Keeper Alliance, a program Barack Obama began while he was President, and operates a scholarship program through the University of Chicago's Harris School of Public Policy.
Onegoal
Chicago, IL
OneGoal, founded in 2003, exists to provide urban students with the resources, support, and network to enroll in and graduate from four-year colleges. As the nation's only teacher-led college persistence organization, the organization identifies, trains, and supports highly effective teachers to guide underperforming students in low-income high schools toward success in college and beyond. In fulfilling its mission, the organization provides comprehensive, program-based fellowships to teams of students.
Center on Halsted
Chicago, IL
Center on Halsted is a lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community center in Chicago, Illinois. It is the largest LGBT community center in the Midwest with more than 1,000 people walking through its doors every day.
American Academy of Dermatology Inc
Rosemont, IL
Founded in 1959, American Academy of Dermatology Inc is a health nonprofit focused on medical disciplines. It is a mid-sized organization, with $37m in revenue and 196 employees. American Academy of Dermatology Inc is headquartered in Rosemont, IL and its chief financial officer is Steven J. Debnar as of December, 2019.
Intrinsic Schools
Chicago, IL
Founded in 2012, Intrinsic Schools is an education nonprofit focused on charter schools. It is a mid-sized organization, with $22m in revenue and 134 employees. Intrinsic Schools is headquartered in Chicago, IL and its CEO is Melissa Zaikos as of June, 2019.
Saybrook University
Chicago, IL
Founded in 1971, Saybrook University is an education nonprofit focused on universities. It is a mid-sized organization, with $15m in revenue and 228 employees. Saybrook University is headquartered in Chicago, IL and its corporate president/trustee is Michael Horowitz as of May, 2019.
Leap Innovations
Chicago, IL
Founded in 2013, Leap Innovations is a human services nonprofit focused on human service organizations. It is a mid-sized organization, with $11m in revenue and 27 employees. Leap Innovations is headquartered in Chicago, IL and its president & ceo is Phyllis Lockett as of June, 2019.
Chicago Children's Choir
Chicago, IL
Chicago Children's Choir is a non-profit organization. Founded in 1956 at First Unitarian Church of Chicago during the height of the Civil Rights Movement, the Chicago Children's Choir serves over 4,600 singers annually.
Bright Pink
Chicago, IL
We're saving women's lives from breast and ovarian cancer by empowering them to live proactively at a young age. We target the 52 million women between the ages of 18-45, as well as the people who love and influence them. We focus on health, not cancer, to inspire women to practice prevention. Our innovative programs, strategic initiatives and powerful partnerships directly reach women in their daily lives and healthcare providers in their daily practice. By educating young women as well as their healthcare providers, we're fostering a supportive healthcare relationship where informed women have proactive conversations with trusted providers on a regular basis. Our unique mix of digital and in-person tactics drives exponential health behavior change.
Dystonia Medical Research Foundation
Chicago, IL
The Dystonia Medical Research Foundation (DMRF) was founded in 1976. Dystonia is a movement disorder that causes the muscles to contract and spasm involuntarily. The mission of the DMRF is to advance research for more treatments and ultimately a cure; to promote awareness and education; and to support the needs and well being of affected individuals and families. Dedicated to serving the needs of all persons affected with dystonia and their families, the DMRF has grown from a small family-based foundation to a membership-driven organization of approximately 38,000 persons.