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Do you believe housing and healthcare are human rights? Do you want to see safe and healthy neighborhoods where everyone has a chance to thrive? Come fight for justice with us!

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Career Opportunities at ONE Northside

Join our Parent Mentors

We are seeking enthusiastic, dedicated individuals to support students, teachers, and parents with us as part of our Parent Mentors team!

Get Involved with our Member Institutions

Epiphany UCC

Weekly Welcome Meal – Volunteers Needed!

Every Wednesday, Epiphany UCC hosts a Welcome Meal. They feed around 40 people a three-course dinner prepared by First Slice, along with coffee, lemonade, water, and punch.  Volunteers are needed to serve, prepare plates, clean up, and visit with our neighbors who come to eat. Spanish speakers are especially helpful!  They also have volunteers come and play music – so any musicians who want to share their gifts are welcome and appreciated (and often applauded!)
Doors open at 4:45 and food is served around 5:45.  They are usually cleaned up and out by 7:30 – though the servers often leave well before then.  Contact Pastor Larissa ( or Kathy Engert (ka**********@gm***.com) to volunteer.

Lincoln Park Presbyterian Church

The Orange Tent Project
The mission of the Orange Tent Project is showing up for our neighbors experiencing homelessness with hope, human connection, and empowerment — one tent, meal, and person at a time. We envision a world in which the services we provide are no longer necessary – that is, a world with affordable and accessible housing, food security for all, universal healthcare, and rehabilitation services; a world in which we care for one another as neighbors.

The Faith Community Initiative Asylum Fund
Due to the current influx of immigrants in Chicago, the Faith Community Initiative is seeking to find partners to house, support, and accompany the people currently living in police districts in Chicago for up to one year. Faith community members like LPPC are hosting families in their spaces. You can donate directly to help!

Join us to build a diverse, united North Side of Chicago acting powerfully for our shared values of racial, social, and economic justice in communities where everyone has the opportunity to thrive.