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Join us in transforming Chicago by supporting our Hub for Afterschool Development

Give Today and Double Your ImpactBuild a new Hub for Chicago’s Youth!

Our ASP of Chicago Hub for Afterschool Development will connect youth to the mainstream, create new partnerships and highlight the transformational power of performance to grow and develop inner-city youth and communities.  This investment will be a catalyst for fully integrating downtown Chicago by using Chicago as our campus for development – connecting young people and their families from the South and West Sides with the civic, cultural and professional life of their city.

And today you have the chance to help build our Hub and double your impact, dollar for dollar!  Chicago philanthropists and All Stars Project friends Suzu and David Neithercut have made a landmark commitment to match up to $400,000 in new support between now and July 15 to underwrite our build-out and furnishing costs for our new Chicago downtown hub in Printer’s Row.

We invite you to make a gift today to double your impact and join us to making this transformational move a reality and create a new way forward for our city! To learn more about our One Chicago campaign and ways to be involved, contact All Stars Project of Chicago Director Lauren Horn at

Join us to help spread the word!  Please reach out to  Matthew Teitelbaum at if you’d like to share this opportunity with your friends, family and network. Thank you for your support to create One Chicago!

“I am honored to be part of an organization that is at the forefront of new efforts to bring people from all racial, economic and social walks of life together to create something positive. The creation of a Hub in downtown Chicago will give our young people a space of belonging and an opportunity to work with caring adults on transforming Chicago’s legacy into one of opportunity, equity and inclusion.“

  • ASP of Chicago Board Co-Chair Catherine Carraway (EVP and Human Resources Officer, Equity Residential)

“One of the critical issues facing our city and country is that our young people are growing up in isolated communities, shut out from the mainstream of society. As an All Star, I have personally seen the growth of so many young people from our poorest communities and look forward to working with them, and with our private and public partners, on making sure they continue to be connected to every opportunity Chicago has to offer.” 

  • ASP of Chicago Board Co-Chair Ben Nortman (EVP, Hilco Global and CEO, Hilco Merchant Resources)

 Click here to email Matthew Teitelbaum if you’d like to share this campaign with your network.

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