Check out some of our favorite folks:
Theater for the Future – buy Nick a cup of coffee!
Chicago Cares – Chicago Cares is the city’s premier volunteer organization.
Growing Home, Inc. – provides job training for homeless and low-income individuals in Chicago through a social enterprise business based on organic agriculture.
Greater Chicago Food Depository – Chicago’s food bank, is a nonprofit food distribution and training center providing food for hungry people while striving to end hunger in our community.
Rethinking Soup at the Jane Addams Hull-House Kitchen – Every Tuesday from 12:00-1:30pm, the Hull-House Museum hosts a modern day soup kitchen that is a public and communal event where we gather together and eat delicious, healthy, soup and have fresh, organic conversation about many of the urgent social, cultural, economic and environmental food issues that we should be addressing.
The Talking Farm – provides access to fresh and locally-grown food, job training and environmental education through the operation of an agricultural enterprise.
spontaneous vegetation – Nance Klehm is a radical ecologist, designer, urban forager, grower and teacher.
Urban Habitat Chicago – Demonstrating the viability of sustainable concepts and practices in urban environments through research, education, and hands-on projects.
Community Food Security Coalition – community food security represents a comprehensive strategy to address many of the ills affecting our society and environment due to an unsustainable and unjust food system.
Logan Square Kitchen – consists of two main offerings: a private event space and a shared commercial kitchen available on an hourly basis.
Greg Christian Consulting – is a sustainability consulting firm that provides companies within the food service industry and with in-house dining services with sustainable solutions, implementation strategies, and the expertise needed to evolve into companies built on green and sustainable practices.
Mari Gallagher Research & Consulting Group – a national firm with a national reputation for its groundbreaking work on Food Deserts.
Chicago Food Policy Advisory Council – to facilitate the development of responsible policies that improve access for Chicago residents to culturally appropriate, nutritionally sound, and affordable food that is grown through environmentally sustainable practices.
Advocates for Urban Agriculture – a coalition of organizations and individuals open to anyone interested in learning about, networking and advocating for urban agriculture in the Chicago Area.
The Center for Urban Transformation – formulated with the understanding that it would design and implement activities rooted in principles and philosophical positions shared by the founding members, such as sustainable urban community and economic development
New Leaf Theatre – creates intimate, animate theatrical experiences that renew artist and audience.