Each week this May, Chicago Lights program directors will be sharing how Chicago Lights partners with more than 4,000 youth and adults each year to build brighter futures and make a difference through one-to-one mentorship, education, job training, arts education, social services, and urban agriculture.

Now is your chance to get an inside look, ask questions, and learn from our staff experts exactly how Chicago Lights makes an impact.
Theresa Thornburg
This Monday, May 3 at 6:00 p.m. CT, meet Theresa Thornburg, Director of the Social Service Center. This past year, the Social Service Center has continued to connect with adults by providing clothing, food, and toiletries curbside and offering case management over the phone.

Please join us online to learn more about how the Social Service Center pivoted and continues to respond to the needs of the community.
With hope,
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Stacy Jackson
Stacy Jackson
Executive Director
Black lives matter to Chicago Lights. We are working to ensure that Chicago Lights is not only not racist, but that we are decidedly anti-racist.

Chicago Lights builds brighter futures for Chicago's youth and adults through supportive relationships and life-changing programs.

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