We disrupt generational poverty by supporting, preparing, and empowering young people at distinct stages of life to break down barriers on their path to success in adulthood.
Join us at the Better Futures Luncheon!
Please join Northwestern Settlement at our Better Futures Luncheon on Thursday, September 14th at the University Club of Chicago!
Northwestern University Settlement House works to disrupt poverty through a primary focus on children and young adults and the specific challenges they face at distinct stages of life. At this inaugural luncheon, we will showcase our programs and their impact on young people and families and highlight our 130-year history as one of Chicago’s original settlement houses.
We will also present awards to Jeanne and the late John Rowe, IMC Chicago Charitable Foundation, and Illinois Attorney General Kwame Raoul.
For more information or to purchase tickets, click here.
Here is what
To disrupt generational poverty, we must first ensure that we are doing our part to help meet the basic needs of those who access our services. By helping to provide everyday necessities, we are removing one of the many barriers faced by those we serve.
Providing access to high-quality education and youth development is one of the most important ways we fight to end the cycle of poverty. Our school and youth development programs provide rigorous academic instruction and co-curricular activities while complementing the student experience with everything Settlement programs have to offer.
We find inspiration in all of our programs and hope that our programs inspire those we have the privilege of serving. Our programs and services help young people imagine a world beyond their own by introducing them to new and exciting experiences and learning opportunities.
Our Work in Action
Our programs have been changing lives for more than 130 years. Click below to learn more about the ways in which we are living out our mission through the services that matter most to our families.
Number of children enrolled in our Early Childhood Education program which provides childcare, education, and meals for working families.
Hours of service we provided to those in need through our different programs.
Number of shows and events we have hosted for children and organizations since 2018.
Average number of activities we have for schools in the Illinois and Wisconsin area. These activities benefit thousands of children in need.