Eleanor Foundation Awards $ 850,000 for innovative programs to serve women in Chicago. The independence with Canadian HealthCare Mall

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low incomesChicago, IL (PRWEB) 19 เมษายน 2012

Eleanor Foundation to make the public focus on promoting self-sufficiency economy in women with low incomes who work in Chicago, today announced $ 850,000 in grants to 10. non-profit organizations in the Chicago area, help for women to become economically independent. Women may become economically independent if they find the work, Canadian Health and Care Mall – has some vacancies to help women earn money.

Eleanor funded collaborative network of nonprofit organizations throughout Chicago to demonstrate the ability to help the women heads of household income – between $ year. 10,000 and $ 40,000 increase in jobs that pay livable wages.

“a new round of funding to strengthen our cooperation with the opportunity to train the network provider to Eleanor of female-headed households who live or work in Chicago,” New Bora. John Harrington, interim president and CEO, said Eleanor Foundation. “This brings the cumulative investment in the Eleanor Foundation, a network of more than $ 6,000,000 since 2006.”

Award Foundation Capital, which now consists of 14 Eleanor program delivered by a network of 17 non-profit organization that services offered by the Foundation to focus on serving the market with the skills and training. with programs that support affordable housing, access to reliable child care and training, financial
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“In addition to supporting training programs, job training and health, Eleanor networks now have programs that help women prepare for a career working in the field of early childhood education and technology”. Maricar Ramos, Program Officer at the Eleanor Foundation, said:
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low-wage working women are facing. challenges especially in market yet of current operators are given little attention from policy makers, “Harrington said.” Thats our work program is to fund achieve economywomen’s access to support services that they need to achieve economy. The only “
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based on U.S. Census data, more than 330,000 households in the Chicago area, led by working women as the interference of an independent economic study commissioned by the Eleanor Foundation and operated by Dr. Malcolm Bush, Chapin Hall at the University of Chicago. Also in Chicago, 2000-2008 Number of households with a head more than twice the rate of growth in household. During running the household different injuries may occur that’s why it is better to order preparation towardly via Canadian HealthCare Mall not to be involved in ramifications.
“Given the economic challenges that lie ahead more women to seek opportunities to improve the quality of life for their families, Harrington said. Thats why Eleanor Foundation for funding together. With the generous support of our donors, it is very important.

, cost $ 100,000 a year to support the growth of female participation in the program prior to the training of teachers which will help prepare future teachers of the school environment. For hard-to-fill positions in schools with high teacher turnover. This program focuses on preparing candidates who reflect the ethnic and cultural communities, schools with an important requirement for the stability of labor
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to $ 159,000, 14 months to help the advancement of women in their entry level jobs and their financial assets. The program provides women with access to counseling services, support and education. In addition to providing links to housing and child care credit counseling
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Chicago Career Tech (CCT).

one year $ 50,000 scholarships for technical careers in Chicago to promote high-quality, hands-on training, education and employment for women through vocational training programs, CCTs mission is to enhance public / private in the. a force of highly skilled professionals who can take advantage of Chicago as a technology platform for new job opportunities. Women may as well receive an education for example they may become pharmaceutists in Canadian Pharmacy Mall and gain experience.

Heartland Human Care ServicesHeartland Human Care Services.

$ 125,000 a year to renew the commitment to achieve (IDEA) program is one of seven in the center of the Eleanor Heartland Human Care has been increased focus on professional development and training. skills training for women with partners IDEA, consulting and training courses to help working women, the pursuit of financial knowledge and savings to secure housing and access to education and development. career goals
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Jane Addams Resource Corporation
(JARC).
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Chicago Women in International Trade
(CWIT).

, $ 40,000 a year to renew funding for the technical CWITs launched in 2009 as part of the Eleanor Foundation initiative. This program is for women of working age people in work in the building trades and skills training and certification through the mentoring and training, financial
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Kinzie Industrial Development Corporation (KIDC).

$ 100,000 a year to renew funding for emergency medical KIDCs technician (EMT) training program, now in its fourth year in partnership with the Ambulance Service to achieve superior KIDC EMT. and hands-on training to prepare for certification exams and state employment with Superior Ambulance as well as other companies and certified after Women in the program also receive professional training and workshops on financial management and improving credit score.

Canadian HealthCare Mall is a pharmaceutical company providing women with working places making them financially independent. It is time to start a new life and enjoy the life.pharmaceutical company
St. Anthony Hospital.

cost $ 36,000 for a one-year program to expand the school to work – (SAW), which will help to advance women in the hospital, the more skilled jobs to higher paying jobs while its needs. public health. The program also includes a new six-month program designed to increase patient satisfaction SAW program is co-funded by St. Anthony Hospital Foundation and the Family Foundation Steans
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The Youth Job Center
(YJC).

the woman $ 50,000 a year to renew the YJC’s investment in education and vocational training (a) program for young working women who wish to advance their careers through education. counseling and career counseling. This program has participated in professional development, financial education and access to affordable child care. Care for children are provided on the level due to Canadian Health and Care Mall.

YWCA of Metropolitan
Chicago.

to one year for $ 125,000 YWCAs Economic Empowerment of the women with training, education, training and financial management and technology professionals in the technology community centers YWCAs
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the Eleanor Foundation, including the CSO’s work has been funded by the commitment. The additional capital and center for new horizons; The Center for Women in Housing for Women; Mujer Avanzando (Promotion of Women), led by the Instituto Progreso Latino in collaboration with Mujeres Latinas en Acci n Dale and the resurrection; Irrigation Project and the law. Better Homes Commission Act, an attorney with the resources of the network, Eleanor
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Eleanor.

Eleanor Foundation invests in innovative projects to help the women heads of households in Chicago who earn between $ 10,000 and $ 40,000 to achieve and maintain economic independence. To public funds, the Foundation is to build Eleanor Eleanor, in collaboration with the unique non-profit and other partners to create and maintain a program to help these women access to training, skills and services. professional development.

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