See below for information on BANC's Spring 2023 clients and projects.
Ada S. McKinley Community Services empowers, educates, and employs people with the mission of changing lives and strengthening communities. It provides mental health services to children and families, offers child development and youth services, and provides employment training and community support services to a diverse population.
Project Type: Financial Analysis/ Forecasting
Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Chicago is one of the largest human service providers in the Chicago metropolitan region, serving nearly 400,000 individuals annually, regardless of faith, gender, race, or ethnicity. CCC has four impact areas - providing immediate help for people in crisis, holistic services for children, youth, and families, support for seniors, and safe, affordable housing for older adults, veterans, and people with disabilities.
Project Type: Process Optimization and Metrics
CHANGE Illinois is a nonpartisan nonprofit that champions ethics and efficiency in government and elections in Illinois. Through research, education and advocacy, CHANGE Illinois works to achieve an Illinois with ethical and efficient governments, including fair maps and ballots and vibrant elections.
Project Type: Strategic Planning
Chicago Debates partners with Chicago Public Schools to provide 6th to 12th grade students with programming in competitive academic debate. Its programming deeply engages students with debate, builds skills, and enhances academic performance. It serves 86 schools and is the second largest urban debate league in the US.
Project Type: Growth Strategy/Strategic Planning
Little Friends empowers people of all ages experiencing autism, intellectual and emotional disabilities, and their families to live, learn, work, and thrive in their communities. It provides a continuum of care that extends from supporting a family through a young child’s diagnosis and therapies, to an adolescent in school, from a young adult’s vocational training to an elderly resident’s independent living. It serves individuals and families in nine counties and over 50 school districts in Illinois.
Project Type: Performance Measurement
The National Kidney Foundation of Illinois improves the health and well-being of people at risk for or affected by kidney disease through prevention, education and empowerment. It provides patients access to resources and information, hosts numerous educational events, supports innovative research, advocates for improvements in healthcare policy, and provides free kidney health screenings all across the state of Illinois.
Project Type: Operations Evaluation/ Financial Forecasting