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Join us on Dec. 14th at The Music Box Theatre for 2nd annual “Miracle on Southport”

On December 14th, The Chicago Help Initiative is sponsoring a screening of “Miracle on 34th Street” at the iconic Music...
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CHI featured in New Eastside News

New Eastside News reporter Angela Gagnon recently came to our Wednesday meal and spoke with CHI founder Jacqueline Hayes, volunteers...
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CHI 2017 Helping Hands benefit on June 6th

Please join the Chicago Help Initiative for our annual fundraiser at the Montgomery Club. Great company, wonderful music and food...
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Help The Chicago Help Initiative Raise $5000 to Cover Meals and Services for Chicago’s Homeless

The Chicago Help Initiative (CHI) is a local nonprofit organization that for 16 years has provided nutritious meals and access...
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Dining with Dignity - WBEZ covers our Wednesday meal.

Lovely WBEZ piece on both our approach to our guests and on our founder, Jacqueline Hayes. Give it a listen.
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CHI Resource Guide in Trib!

Very nice mention of one of our signature products - The Chicago Help Initaitive Resource Guide. Check it out.
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2016 World Champion CUBS serve CHI meal - Joe Maddon’s Thanksmas

Sure, we're getting ahead of ourselves with the headlines, but we alrady know how great they are!!
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CHI is a finalist in 2015 Innovation Awards!

We are so proud and pleased to announce that The Chicago Help Initiative was selected as a Top 75 Finalist...
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Rick Kogan of WGN Radio visits with Jacqueline Hayes, founder of the Chicago HELP Initiative

Rick Kogan interviews Jacqueline Hayes, founder of the Chicago HELP Initiative, on WGN Radio. To listen to the interview: click...
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Did you know?

20% 

of the people we serve are military service veterans.

Nobody should go hungry. With the Chicago Help Initiative, you don’t have to.”

Bruce