The Urban Life Skills Juvenile Justice program is striving to not only teach our young people essential life skills, but also, to give them the opportunity to experience different things and meet new people.
We were honored to receive the National Gold Star Mentoring Recognition Award for our top quality standards in mentoring. Jorge Roque, our Mentoring Director, was on hand to receive the award.
We are very proud of the hard work that the Urban Life Skills team has invested in order to receive this recognition. Thanks to all […]
Arise is a youth-fueled, creative business that seeks to empower, encourage and educate youth through the vehicles of entrepreneurship and discipleship.
Our boxing program has grown as we have been given the opportunity to partner with new schools and expand our in-school mentoring program. As a result, our boxing program attendance has doubled in the past two months. In the month of January, participants set goals for themselves which will help foster discipline and perseverance. We […]
See pictures and testimonies from Girls Program celebration!
Helping youth to focus on their overall wellness.
Great night of football and food on Thanksgiving Day!
Our 10th year “It Takes A Village Gala” celebration was a huge success! It was a very special night with great food, a fun auction and great keynote speaker Father Greg Boyle. See photos and videos from this event.
We are proud to continue to partner with the Chicago Cubs. Today we were the featured #RespectCommunity partner and Coach Joe Maddon represented our Urban Life Skills Program shirt at the post game interview. Thankful to be able to serve our youth and mentor them toward New Life and New […]
We are honored to receive word that our Little Village Summer Softball League has been named on the prestigious Official Shortlist for the Beyond Sport Global Awards 2017 for the Sport for Peace and Social Justice Award.
We been selected as one of 37 shortlisted organizations out of more than 300 entries worldwide that entered this […]