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RAGE Takes Over Murray Park - August 3rd!

RAGE 3rd stop this summer will be Murray Park (home of Derrick Rose) located 1743 W 73rd St on Aug 3rd from 3pm-7pm! So make sure you don’t miss out on the fun! We will have more resources, more giveaways, and another packed schedule of amazing performances by K-Love, Kayla Jackson, the Move Me Soul South dance group, and many more! 

Englewood Pastor Announces Official Birth of New Faith-Based Senior Tenants Rights Group at Bethel-Sangamon Terrace-HUD Subsidized Low Income Housing Complex @ 63rd PKWY-16th Ward

Englewood HUD Senior Housing Residents Concerned Form Faith-Based Tenants Rights Group 

FUNNY is coming back to Englewood

Funny is coming back to Englewood

Our FUNNYraiser is back. 

Friday, October 4th we will have the hilarious, Damon Williams.

Southland RISE awards $100,000 to 14 grassroots violence prevention programs, including in Englewood

Collaborative powered by University of Chicago Medicine and Advocate Christ Medical Center increases, extends grant funding to provide safe spaces this summer, including to five organizations serving Englewood.

Beloved Community Family Wellness Center Now Offering Affordable Dental Services

Affordable Dental Care

Chocolate Milk the Documentary

St. Bernard Hospital is hosting a viewing of Chocolate Milk the Documentary 

New UChicago Medicine report outlines top health priorities for Englewood and other South Side communities

UChicago Medicine's 2019 Community Health Needs Assessment emphasizes diabetes, asthma and trauma resiliency, as well as importance of addressing underlying contributors to health concerns and chronic disease; residents on the South Side are twice as likely to be unemployed and living in poverty as statewide population.

Community Chess Lesson Event

Not Before My Parents presents Chess and Supplies

Community Chess Lesson Event 

Erie Family Health Centers Moves Chicagoland Toward a Society Without HIV

After 30 fulfilling years of the nationally-recognized HIV/AIDS program, Lending Hands for Life, Erie Family Health Centers is the closest it’s ever been to moving Chicagoland toward a society without HIV. With the program’s behavioral health support in conjunction with medical care, Erie patients’ viral suppression rate is currently at 92.5%, making Lending Hands for Life a leading program in the state.


Turn in a Gun

Turn in a gun Saturday, June 22, 2019 at Freedom Temple Cogic 

See flyer for more details. 

EQLP Quarterly Meeting

EQLP Quarterly meeting Tuesady, June 25, 2019

First Look at “The Shepherd” Film Directed by László Illés - Historical Drama Based on True Events

“The Shepherd” is poised to debut at film festivals across the globe. It is a historical drama taking place in Hungarian territory occupied by the Nazis in 1944.
The film’s essence tackles ordinary people risking all to do right. The film is a tribute to everyday unsung heroes and their selfless sacrifices for mankind, as their character did not allow passivity in the midst of terror. There is still a need today for unsung heroes to risk all
for a greater good or something bigger than themselves.

Father's March

Mr. Dad's Father's Club presents Father's Day March June 15, 2019

5th/3rd Financial Empowerment eBus in Englewood

The 5th/3rd Financial Empowerment eBus stops in Englewood June 18


As one of the 35 organizations in Mayor Lightfoot’s environment transition Committee, ComEd has helped develop plans for Chicago to respond to the climate crisis by reducing air pollution from the electric and transportation sectors, making infrastructure more resilient to volatile weather and creating jobs and economic opportunities for all communities.

Spanish Coalition for Housing Team Honored for Outstanding Efforts in Education

Annual Mujeres Destacadas Awards Recognize Spanish Coalition for Housing for Their Successes and Dedication to Housing Education in Chicago's Communities.

Urban Prep Summer Camp Programs

Summer programs for teenage youth. Urban Prep- Englewood Campus is accepting teen participants to join their Summer Club Programs. The Lionettes Dance Team is holding tryouts for new, fun and energetic dancers. Participants must be high school Students. You can find more information on the attached flyers.  


Greater Englewood CDC is hosting a job fair on 6/13/2019.

HFS Student Scholars Win Top Prize for Smart Pathways Prototype

HFS Student Scholars Win Top Prize for Smart Pathways Prototype

Student Presentations Conclude Inaugural Year of ComEd HFS Scholars

STEM Program & Energy Academy

CHICAGO (June 4, 2019) – The inaugural year of the ComEd HFS Scholars STEM Program and Energy Academy concluded this weekend with student project presentations and an awards ceremony recognizing the top three teams. Students from across a variety of high performing schools around the city were awarded the top prize of $2,000 for their innovative technology concept, Smart Pathways. Smart Pathways was designed to light pathways in a more energy efficient way through motion sensors and light dimming capabilities. The Smart Pathways prototype also included safety features such as movement tracking through its light sensors.

Winning criteria for the student prototypes in the competition included the potential to deliver community benefits related to health, safety, sustainability, connectedness, mobility, efficiency and education.

Winning students, Austin Ayite, Kamron Brown, Bryce Choice and Chris Iwuoha were among the 50 freshman that participated in ComEd’s HFS Scholars STEM Program and Energy Academy, a four-year educational program connecting socioeconomically-disadvantaged high school students to STEM subjects, specifically related to the energy industry. Since its kickoff in December, students have been taking part in an immersive experience, learning the fundamentals of energy, smart city technologies and sustainability, in addition to developing smart grid prototypes with professional engineer mentors.

“While the partnership we’ve built with HFS Chicago Scholars offers its students the unique opportunity to learn about the exciting future of energy, it also grants us the opportunity to learn from these bright students,” said Shay Bahramira, Vice President of Engineering and Smart Grid at Comed. “We look forward to building upon this partnership and to see these freshmen students grow over the course of their high school career, as they all achieved excellence over the past five months.”

Mia Cadichon, Dulce Chavez, Ashley Farinango, Dayanara Orellana, Luz Perez and Amanda Zavala won second place and were awarded $1,250. The team developed a Smart Charger designed to charge phones in a more energy efficient way, as well as reduce overheating and/or exploding phone batteries, by turning off the charger once the phone reaches 100% power.

Saul Garcia, Edgar Mijarez, Leslie Ortega, Israel Ramos and Edgar Valadez placed in third, receiving a prize of $750 for developing a Smart Carbon Dioxide Detector that was designed to improve air quality and emergency response times in regard to carbon dioxide emissions. The prototype included integrating sensors into existing technology to sense the amount of carbon dioxide in the air as well as assist in emergency response by rerouting GPS systems and working with traffic signals to route traffic away from dangerous areas.

“ComEd has been a fantastic partner for over 10 years,” said Mike Kennelly, Founder & Chairman of HFS Chicago Scholars. “They launched this program this year, and it’s been great for our freshmen scholars, learning scientific concepts from ComEd’s scientists and engineers, and how to apply them.  But more than anything, seeing them have a lot of fun along the way.”

Other student prototypes ranged from smart outlets helping reduce excess energy usage to smart canes helping the sight impaired to technology that would use precipitation as an energy source to generate electricity and a water source by filtering the water for home appliance usage.

The HFS Scholars STEM Program and Energy Academy is part of ComEd’s Community of the Future in Bronzeville, a collaborative effort of local residents and ComEd to use smart grid technologies to create a connected, green and resilient community and enhance people’s everyday lives.  Other Community of the Future pilots include a microgrid that enhances the security and resiliency of the electric system; an electric vehicle transportation service for seniors; a community energy storage pilot; off-grid renewable lighting structures; and sensor-based technologies that are being piloted with nearby Illinois Tech. The Community of the Future also features STEM education programs for Bronzeville and Chicago-area high school students, who are applying microprocessor technology to design solutions that address community needs and enhance quality of life.


Commonwealth Edison Company (ComEd) is a unit of Chicago-based Exelon Corporation (NYSE: EXC), the nation’s leading competitive energy provider, with approximately 10 million customers. ComEd provides service to approximately 4 million customers across northern Illinois, or 70 percent of the state’s population. For more information visit, and connect with the company on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.



It's time to get FRESH!! The season for “So Fresh Saturdays” is approaching and R.A.G.E. is beginning to plan! “So Fresh Saturdays," a fun, family-focused, community-driven, “edu-tainment” festival series that tours parks throughout Greater Englewood would love to invite you to perform! Sign up here today -

Healthy Men, Stronger Communities

Men's Health Fair presented by St. Bernard Hospital Saturday, June 22, 2019. 

See flyer for more details. 

Education and Family Resource Fair

           Englewood Community Prepares Families for a Safe, Fun, and Healthy Summer

May 13, 2019. Englewood, Chicago. -- Organizations from the Englewood community are organizing the first Education and Family Resource Fair on Saturday, May 18th at the Salvation Army at 945 W. 69th Street from 10am to 3pm. This event includes summer youth employment opportunities and summer youth programs. The event is sponsored by the Englewood Quality of Life Education and Youth Task Force. The Englewood Quality of Life Plan (EQLP) is a community driven plan to improve the Quality of Life for Englewood residents. The Education and Youth Task Force is one of five task forces working to address issues impacting the community through programs and initiatives. 

Englewood STEM High School Registration

The new Englewood STEM High School is now registering students for Fall 2019.

Please see flyer for details. 

Englewood Police Youth Baseball League

Englewood Police Youth Baseball League 2019 season starts Tuesday, May 14, 2019. 

Teamwork Englewood is seeking an Accountant

Teamwork Englewood is seeking an Accoutant to perform the basic functions of payroll and account management. For more details please see the attached job description. 

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