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February 2021 News

Proposals for Spring Grant Cycle due March 15th

Responsive grant proposals for the Foundation’s spring cycle are due Monday, March 15th by 5:00 PM CST.

Proposals must align with Community Memorial Foundation’s policies and guidelinesgeographic focus, and funding priorities; and are submitted through the Foundation’s GIFTS Online grants management system.

Now Hiring Part-Time Administrative Assistant

Do you want to work collaboratively to strengthen communities in the Western Suburbs? Then we have an opportunity for you! Community Memorial Foundation is currently seeking a Part-Time Administrative Assistant who is a skillful communicator with a pro-active approach.

In addition to competitive pay, the Foundation offers several benefits, including PTO, a company match on its 403B retirement plan, monthly phone reimbursement, and a paid yearly health club membership.

If you enjoy a varied administrative role and excel in supporting a great team, we would like to hear from you!

Chicagoland Collaborative Training on the Aunt Bertha Platform

The Health Connection HUB* is partnering with AMITA Health and Loyola Medicine to host two virtual community events with Aunt Bertha, the site administrators of their free and easy-to-use resource platforms. These platforms connect individuals in our community to free and reduced-cost programs and services, and also offer free tools for social service providers.


Tuesday, February 23, 2021 | 1:00-2:00pm CST

Register Here


Thursday, February 25, 2021 | 9:00-10:00am CST

Register Here 

While these trainings are aimed at organizations and programs that are not listed or not actively claimed on The HUB, they could also be used as a refresher or training opportunity for existing partners.

Questions? Contact Lynda Murphy, The HUB Project Manager, at

The HUB is collaboratively supported by Community Memorial Foundation, Community Mental Health Board of Oak Park TownshipHealthy Communities Foundation, and River Forest Township.

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