Andrea Durbin of Illinois Collaboration on Youth, Comptroller Susana Mendoza, and Lauren Wright of Illinois Partners for Human Services address the City Club of Chicago.
Three women panel including Illinois Comptroller Susana Mendoza, Chief Executive Officer of Illinois Collaboration on Youth Andrea Durbin, and Executive Director Illinois Partners for Human Service Lauren Wright on the… read more →
“Providers in all fields report that current rates fail to keep up with the pace of actual costs of basic operational and administrative support needed to stay in business,” Judith… read more →
Executive Director Judith Gethner and others explain the growing urgency of human resource funding in Illinois and how this could change with the new Pritzker administration. (From January 11.)
Executive Director Judith Gethner talks about the value of small human service providers to community well-being in a Crain’s Chicago Business story on holiday giving.
Executive Director Judith Gethner joined WBBM Newsradio for their annual show on the state of giving where she shared insights from our latest report, “Government is the Foundation of Well-Being: Why… read more →
Illinois Partners for Human Service’s latest economic impact study, The Economic Impact of the Human Services Sector in Southern Illinois, was released in Carterville on October 23. The report demonstrates how… read more →
Illinois Partners’ new study, “The Economic Impact of the Human Services Sector in Southern Illinois,” highlights the significant contributions human services is making to the Southern Illinois economy, including supporting… read more →
Illinois Partners for Human Service’s new report explores the roles of philanthropy and government support in human services, particularly the essential part government plays on a large scale in building… read more →
Illinois Partners for Human Service Executive Director Judith Gethner served as the keynote speaker at a convening of business and nonprofit leaders hosted by The Community Foundation of Will County… read more →