As our name implies, All Chicago is a community-wide effort that brings together corporations, foundations, non-profits, service providers, individual donors, and volunteers from all neighborhoods and backgrounds in a united effort to make homelessness history in Chicago.
All Chicago’s Ambassadors play an active role expanding our network of friends and donors in order to ensure that everyone in Chicago has a stable and secure home. The Ambassadors is a newly launch initiative and you can learn more here. If you are interested in becoming an Ambassador please contact Stefanie Skaggs at 312-379-0301, ext. 26.
Board of Directors
All Chicago’s Board of Directors provides governance and strategic direction for the work of All Chicago. They secure resources to support our mission and act as ambassadors on our behalf. Board members bring a wealth of knowledge and expertise from a variety of sectors,and are actively engaged throughout the community. All Chicago Board membership is by invitation only; however, if you are interested in being considered, please contact Stefanie Skaggs, 312-379-0301, ext. 26.
Lived Experience Commission
The Lived Experience Commission is a key advisory body consisting of individuals who are current consumers of Chicago's homeless system, as well as people who were formerly homeless or are at risk of becoming homeless. We rely on members’ experience and expertise to help inform our strategies. For more information about joining the Lived Experience Commission, please contact Loren Seeger, 312-379-0301 ext. 35.
Service Providers Commission
The Service Providers Commission (SPC) is a coalition of approximately 80 organizations providing homeless services in Chicago. The SPC is actively involved in developing and implementing strategies, and offers a unified voice in fulfilling the community’s vision of a home for everyone. For more information about the Service Providers Commission, please contact Loren Seeger, 312-379-0301 ext. 35.
We greatly appreciate your interest in our organization! There are no volunteer roles available at this time; however, we encourage you to review our list of partners and contact an agency directly to learn about their volunteer opportunities.
We encourage you to learn more about All Chicago as an organization and an Equal Opportunity Employer.
The Program Coordinator is responsible for oversight and coordination of the Rapid Re-Housing (RRH) Program funded through the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)’s Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG) and administered by the City of Chicago’s Department of Family and Support Services (DFSS). Additional responsibilities include applicable Continuum of Care committee support and Plan 2.0 implementation efforts. Position responsibilities and work volume will be established and evaluated through ongoing supervision, annual reviews, and the development of an annual professional development plan. To learn more about this job or to apply, please click here.