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The Resurrection Project (TRP) is excited to announce that the Dunkin Donuts located in the 18th Street CTA Pink Line station will be relocating to the La Casa Student Housing retail space located at 1805 S. Paulina Street. The new Dunkin Donuts, which opens in two weeks, will play an important role for La Casa […]

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It was a big night for The Resurrection Project (TRP) at the 20th Annual Chicago Neighborhood Development Awards (CNDA) presented by LISC Chicago. TRP was recognized not just for its work in Back of the Yards, but for the leadership demonstrated by its CEO, Raul Raymundo. The CNDAs are an annual showcase of some of […]

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On Saturday, February 15, families struggling to pay for expensive citizenship applications got an opportunity to apply for a new citizenship loan being launched by Second Federal Credit Union (SFCU) and The Resurrection Project (TRP). The new loan allows families to apply for citizenship even if they don’t have the immediate financial resources to do […]

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A message from Raul Raymundo Dear friends and supporters, All of us at The Resurrection Project expect great things this year for our neighbors, partners, and communities. With this in mind TRP immediately got to work to build upon last year’s successes. One of our first victories of 2014 was a new partnership with Northeastern […]

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February 11, 2014 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Media Contact: Diana Pando 312-498-4067CELL / 312-880-1140 dpando@resurrectionproject.org www.resurrectionproject.org Congressman Luis Gutierrez Joins The Resurrection Project and Second Federal Credit Union for Launch of New Initiative to Remove Economic Barriers To Citizenship Chicago, IL – Families struggling to pay for expensive citizenship applications will get some relief this month […]

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A message from Raul Raymundo Dear friends and supporters, As we conclude another year, we can reflect on what we achieved together, what challenges we faced, and what we must do in 2014. Throughout 2013, we continued to help people throughout our communities. We completed 75 units of affordable housing in Back of the Yards. […]

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The Resurrection Project (TRP), the Greater Pilsen Economic Development Association, and Alderman Danny Solis will launch 18 Days on 18th Street, the 2nd annual local business holiday shopping campaign for the Pilsen Business Community. The 18 Days on 18th Street initiative is built to promote local economic development, as well as encourage individuals to support […]

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Yesterday, during a press conference, U.S. House Speaker John Boehner was asked about immigration reform. Boehner told reporters, “Frankly, I’ll make clear, we have no intention of ever going to conference on the Senate bill.” While immigration reform has hit a roadblock in the House of Representatives, deportations continue to tear families apart, with two […]

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by Diana Pando Foreclosure impacts families and destabilizes communities. At The Resurrection Project we continue our commitment to create healthy communities by providing free Foreclosure Prevention workshops to homeowners who are struggling to pay their mortgage. Our goal is to educate and empower homeowners with the tools they need to stay in their homes and […]

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A message from Raul Raymundo Dear friends and supporters, In the last few weeks, despite a government shutdown and shaky economy, The Resurrection Project team has been working hard on initiatives that empower our communities and give them access to resources. Recently, we helped relaunch Second Federal Credit Union in the Little Village neighborhood. For […]

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