E4 Campaign – Educational and Economic Equity in Englewood


“The Young Women’s Project for Educational and Economic Equity in Englewood”

The purpose of E4 is to conduct community conversations with young women ages 18-24 who reside in Englewood on educational and economic barriers, opportunities and innovations.

Our CEO, Sherida Morrison to present at Upcoming Grant Writing Conference

We are excited to announce that our Founder/CEO, Sherida Morrison, will be presenting at the upcoming Grant Writing and Development Conference hosted by Virtual Solutions Group. The conference will be held on Saturday, February 25, 2017 at the Chicago Lakeshore Hotel from 8:00AM-4:00PM. Come learn the art of successfully writing federal and private foundation grants from federal grant reviewers & trainers.!!! Would you like to meet actual funders from the Chicagoland area? Then you must attend our grant writing and funding conference!!!

Limited seating, apply today www.mygrantsonline.com!!!

T.G. Community House Kicks Off Winter-Spring Programs

Meet Us at the “House”

Beginning Monday, February 13, 2017 the T.G. Community House will be offering free and low-cost programming for 7th-11th graders through a “Homework Lab” complete with free wifi, homework assistance, test-prep, and high school or college and career exploration for youth of all genders, as well as programs targeting young ladies through a “Leadership College” and a more holistic Signature Program that provides social-emotional learning curriculum and more.

Englewood’s very own safe space and sanctuary welcomes you to join us to learn more about programs and opportunities at the Theace Goldsberry Community House , 7159 South Peoria Street, Chicago, IL 60621. For more information, contact our Community Engagement Specialist, Cosette Hampton at champton@demoiselle2femme.org.

JANUARY 23, 25, & 27