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Center for Conflict Resolution

Org #17174
Vetted since 2013 Effective Nonprofit
1979
year founded
$146,330
raised on GlobalGiving
9
years fundraising
0
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

The Center for Conflict Resolution's mission is to work with individuals, communities, courts and other institutions to manage and resolve conflict. CCR believes in: Providing the highest quality conflict resolution services. Helping people in conflict arrive at their own solutions. Being responsive to the needs of the broad community it serves. Granting access to its services to all people regardless of means or identity. Valuing its clients, volunteers and staff as essential to fulfilling its mission. Broadening awareness of the general public of the substantial benefits of conflict resolution.

Project Leaders
Cassandra Lively
Cassandra Lively
Leandra Ramos
Leandra Ramos
Team
Cassandra Lively, Whitney Trumble, Rachael Kyritsi, Pari Karim
Organization Information
11 East Adams Street, Ste. 500
Chicago, IL 60603
United States
312-922-6464
Organization Information
11 East Adams Street, Ste. 500
Chicago, IL 60603
United States
312-922-6464

Project Reports

Each of GlobalGiving’s nonprofit partners is required to send quarterly donor reports detailing the impact of their work. Here are some of their recent updates:

Oct 21, 2022
A Neighborly Way
Lawrence had been a tenant of Jackie’s for over five years, when the two of them found themselves in a mediation at the Center for Conflict Resolution. Their pending eviction case had been...
Sep 15, 2022
A Sandwich Situation
Kevin, a teenager working part-time at a popular sandwich chain, was referred to mediation. After an argument with a customer became heated, the police were called and Kevin was arrested for...
Jun 24, 2022
Great Expectations - Mediation Housing Story
Francis and Melissa ended up in mediation after their eviction case was referred by the court for mediation services. The mediator began the session by asking each of them what had brought them to the...
 
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