United Way of Metro Chicago is partnering with WTTW for a FREE virtual conversation exploring how institutions and local leaders can work together to coordinate community-based networks that connect resources with strategies, so that all children and families are able to thrive and grow to their full potential.

FIRSTHAND: Living in Poverty documentary series’ subject Melissa Fonseca will be joined by Calvin Holmes, President of the Chicago Loan Fund; Jackie Rosa, Director of Community Engagement at United Way; and Sara Reschly, Director of Community Partnerships at Brighton Park Neighborhood Council for an engaging panel conversation about how place-based community investment can help lift people out of poverty. The panel and audience Q & A will be moderated by FIRSTHAND executive Producer Dan Protess.

The virtual conversation event is free, but an RSVP is required.
Wednesday June 30 | 6:00pm

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