AIA Illinois is the statewide association of architects and interns. Our mission: Empowered by members to chion the profession of architecture. During the state's Bicentennial year in 2018, AIA Illinois named 200 Great Places representing the built environment from the dawn of civilization to recent architectural successes. Visit http://www.illinoisgreatplaces.com to see the full list.
The Community Foundation for the Land of Lincoln (formerly Sangamon County Community Foundation) is a nonprofit foundation here to serve the needs of our community.
With over 100 charitable funds, your Community Foundation can help you fulfill the charitable goals of your family, your business or your nonprofit organization.
The Enos Park neighborhood is located just north of downtown Springfield and encompasses 36 square blocks of residential and business properties. Once known as the “Jewel of Springfield,” Enos Park represented a diverse community of rich and influential leaders, as well as many working class families. Even today, Enos Park is one of the most ethnically and socio-economically diverse neighborhoods in the city. Its tree-lined streets are filled with unique exles of Victorian, Italianate, and Queen Anne style homes that date back into the early nineteenth century. We hope you’ll visit and take a step back in time, to days gone by, and wonder in amazement what stories these old homes would tell if they could only speak.
Permanent Supported Housing Program subsidized housing based upon client income case management support limit to how long a client can stay stable, safe, living environment drug free, crime free, apartment complex Representative Payee Program fiscal responsibility for client funds case management & bill pay services
housing location if necessary and guaranteed shelter if needed at any time
Emergency Shelter and Day Services
case management &; advocacy
an evening meal &; comfortable bed
legal support mental health services resource referral
The Illinois AFL-CIO represents nearly 900,000 union members and is the voice of all working families in the state. Our power lies with the many and diverse people we represent in a multitude of workplaces and in our ability to affect change.
The State Federation helps improve the lives of working men and women by promoting the rights of workers to join a union and by making sure their voices are heard at the state capitol. In addition to a full-time presence in Springfield fighting for strong labor laws, the Illinois AFL-CIO also helps shape political dialog around issues that affect workers. We work with members at election time to register voters and educate them on issues and candidates records.
The State Federation maintains a strong working relationship with the media, issues a weekly update during the legislative session and maintains an up-to-date Web site. The Illinois AFL-CIO and the National AFL-CIO hold training sessions for affiliated unions on topics such as organizing, understanding labor law, political involvement, and local union financial reporting.
The Illinois AFL-CIO is very active at the grassroots level. The Illinois AFL-CIO works with community service liaisons on hundreds of community projects that help achieve dignity and respect for all workers.