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Illinois Safe Schools Alliance

About Illinois Safe Schools Alliance

The mission of the Illinois Safe Schools Alliance (ISSA) is to promote safety, support and healthy development for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning (LGBTQ) youth, in Illinois schools and communities, through advocacy, education, youth organizing and research. The goals of the Alliance are: to engage and involve schools, students and communities with outreach, programs and policies that support the safety and well-being of youth.

Workforce Freedom Initiative

About Workforce Freedom Initiative

The Workforce Freedom Initiative is a multimillion-dollar grassroots mobilization and advocacy campaign of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce to preserve democracy in the American workplace, restrain abusive union pension fund activism, and block the anti-competitive agenda advocated by many labor unions.

Business Civic Leadership Center (BCLC)

The Business Civic Leadership Center (BCLC) is a 501(c)3 affiliate of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, the world's largest business federation. BCLC is the U.S. Chamber's resource and voice for businesses and their social and philanthropic interests.

BCLC addresses social issues that affect business, including corporate social responsibility, philanthropy, nonprofit and social service effectiveness, globalization, community investment, and disaster assistance.

HCPEA

The Healthcare Private Equity Association ("HCPEA") is a nonprofit trade association 501(c)(6) that represents the U.S. healthcare private equity industry. HCPEA's mission is to support the reputation, knowledge and relationships of the healthcare private equity community.

U.S. - Korea Business Council

The U.S.-Korea Business Council is the premier business advocacy organization representing America’s top companies investing in Korea. The council is made up of senior executives of U.S. companies from every business sector that are major investors in Korea and are firmly committed to the Korean market.

Springboard Foundation

The Springboard Foundation was founded in 1998 by 10 young professionals who wanted to get personally involved in improving the lives of inner-city children in Chicago. From that first year, in which Springboard distributed $50,000 in grants, Springboard has more than 45 members from the city and suburbs, all of whom share the original founders’ belief that our personal involvement in supporting grass-roots neighborhood organizations can make a real difference. They fund grass-roots not-for-profit organizations that otherwise would have difficulty obtaining financial support.

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