United Way of Metropolitan Chicago LU2020 Community Screens

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United Way of Metropolitan Chicago
LU2020
Community Screens and Choices
February, 2012
The South Southwest MUW
proposes three Partner
Communities:
•Harvey/Dolton/Riverdale
•Robbins/Posen/Dixmoor
•Chicago Heights/Ford Heights
Depending on the quality of
applications received during the
Education application cycle and
experience on the ground in
these communities in the
coming year, a second tier of
UWMC Partner Communities
may be adapted to include:
•Calumet City
•Sauk Village
•Blue Island
Dolton
The DuPage/West Cook MUW
proposes four Partner
Communities:
•Cicero/Berwyn/Oak
Park/Forest Park area
•Melrose Park/Maywood/
Bellwood area
•Addison/Bensenville area
•West Chicago/Carol Stream
area
Depending on the quality of
applications received during the
Education application cycle and
experience on the ground in
these communities in the
coming year, a second tier of
UWMC Partner Communities
may be adapted to include:
•Naperville/Woodridge area
•Willowbrook/Westmont area
The Northwest MUW proposes the
following Partner Communities:
•Carpentersville
•Skokie/Evanston (a
collaboration between North
Shore and Northwest offices)
•Northwest Corridor
•Palatine/Rolling Meadows
Depending on the quality of
applications received during the
Education application cycle and
experience on the ground in these
communities in the coming year, a
second tier of UWMC Partner
Communities may be adapted to
include:
•Streamwood/Hanover Park
The NorthShore MUW proposes the
following Partner Communities:
•Evanston/Skokie (also above)
•Highwood (Highland Park)
Chicago MUW proposes the
following Partner
Communities:
•Lawndale/ Garfield Park/
Near West Side
•New City/ Englewood/
Chicago Lawn/ Gage
Park/Greater Grand Crossing
•Woodlawn/South Shore/
•South Chicago
Depending on the quality of
applications received during
the Education application cycle
and experience on the ground
in these communities in the
coming year, a second tier of
UWMC Partner Communities
may be adapted to include:
Austin/Humboldt Park
Reading the Maps
• Red coloring indicates great need and capacity
resources to work from
• Greener coloring indicates less intensity of
need and capacity on a comparative basis
• Yellow coloring indicates something in
between
• Black circles are highly recommended by the
local areas; blue circles are alternates
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