02Mar 2018

The Resurrection Project is proud to be an institutional member of the Pilsen Land Use Committee (PLUC). Reestablished in 2015 by 25th Ward Alderman Danny Solis, the PLUC is a Community Advisory Committee committed to promoting balanced development in Pilsen, and fostering the historic resilience of the neighborhood. Click here to see PLUC’s Activity Report […]

31Jan 2018

Dear friends and supporters, We are incredibly grateful for all you have done to support our mission this past year. Thanks to you, we have made tremendous progress towards achieving goals outlined in our Vision 2020 Strategic Plan to expand our Community Resurrection Model and accelerate our impact. Since our founding, we have leveraged $500 […]

20Nov 2017

CHICAGO, ILLINOIS, November 20, 2017 — This past fall, The Resurrection Project opened a new office space for its immigration clinic and hired two new staff members. This expansion further strengthened our position as a leader in providing undocumented individuals across Chicago access to legal counsel.  These recent expansions allow TRP to increase its reach to the […]

20Nov 2017

CHICAGO, ILLINOIS, November 20, 2017 — The Resurrection Project (TRP) launched its first-ever Associates Board this year. The Associates Board is comprised of 14 young professionals from the Chicago area. Board Members have backgrounds ranging from marketing to education to finance. Five of the members are La Casa alumni. The Associates Board will further the overall mission […]

20Nov 2017

CHICAGO, ILLINOIS, November 20, 2017 — The Resurrection Project recently received a $65,000 grant from Associated Bank in support of our Financial Wellness services. The funds will generate positive long-term outcomes for the community by encouraging investment, and increasing property values and short-term benefits for families by reducing foreclosure and promoting financial independence. The communities TRP […]