31Aug 2016

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Fair Housing Initiatives Program (FHIP) is funding a new Fair Housing Education and Outreach Campaign. The Resurrection Project (TRP) is proud to participate in this national campaign to raise awareness of housing discrimination against individuals based on their national origin and to educate individuals about their […]

19Aug 2016

                    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: MEDIA CONTACTS: Diana Pando, 312.880.1140 dpando@resurrectionproject.org Maria Jimenez, 312.880-1882 mjimenez@resurrectionproject.org TRP ANNOUNCES ACQUISITION OF HOTEL LUGO, PRESERVING THE ONLY SINGLE ROOM OCCUPANCY (SRO) IN PILSEN Residents Will Have Access To More Resources CHICAGO, ILLINOIS (August 19, 2016) – The Resurrection Project (TRP) […]

15Aug 2016

Since 1990, Bank of America has partnered with The Resurrection Project (TRP) to create healthy communities. The bank’s “more-than-dollars” commitment provides insight and expertise that over time has helped build TRP into a successful mission-driven social enterprise. Bank of America has provided generous philanthropic support since 2001, investing in numerous community development initiatives. Bank of […]

11Jul 2016

Recently members of our Financial Wellness team, Pedro Diaz and Madeline Cruz, met with the Mission Economic Development Agency (MEDA) in San Francisco, CA to share ideas and collaborate on joint programs. TRP Director of Financial Wellness, Pedro Diaz, summed up his visit to MEDA as follows: “Madeline and I were very impressed with the work that MEDA does and […]

01Jul 2016

  “Providing health care coverage to all children in Illinois is morally right and economically sound.  The Resurrection Project applauds the passage of legislation HB-5736; by ensuring that all children have access to quality health care regardless of their immigration status, the state is investing in healthy kids and healthy communities,” said RAUL RAYMUNDO, CEO, […]

23Jun 2016

Raul Raymundo Statement on Supreme Court Ruling Immigration Executive Order The fate of immigration programs DAPA and DACA Extended (DACA +) is at a deadlock in the case United States v. Texas, with a 4-4 vote by the Supreme Court.  Today’s ruling is highly disappointing since this decision maintains the initial Fifth Circuit Court of […]