An Overabundance of Miracles

An Overabundance of Miracles

Passover, the holiday celebrating the miracles that allowed Jews to escape from slavery in Egypt, is upon us. And this year, the story that I have heard every year for my whole life feels too close to home. As we host remote seders on Zoom and virtually gather to...
An Update on Covid-19

An Update on Covid-19

Where love is needed most Englewood is most vulnerable to public health crises. In 2019, I Grow Chicago served 3,000 people last year. Of those 3,000: 73% do not have steady jobs 62% do not have reliable access to internet 59% are food insecure 41% do not have health...

Kandy’s Corner: Wash Your Hands Dance

The test of a community is how it responds in times of uncertainty and in times of need. Our beautiful community responds with joy, education, and creativity. Kandy wrote a song to help everyone learn how to wash their hands properly. Remember to wash your hands for...

Ask A Nurse: Coronavirus

  Ask A Nurse Nurse Jackie, our lovely volunteer and Peace House health educator, is here for all your coronavirus questions. To us, love in public means being honest, real, compassionate, and accountable to each other. This means educating ourselves and each...
Community Celebration: Young Yogis Teacher J Woods lands dream job

Community Celebration: Young Yogis Teacher J Woods lands dream job

Our Young Yogis teacher J Woods has landed a full-time job at the Little Gym in Glenview doing what he loves most — working as a yoga teacher with kids!   “Working with kids has always been my passion because preserving a child’s creativity and encouraging their...