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Fridays For Future Chicago


The Chicago chapter of the Fridays For Future movement

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Let’s get the ball rolling! This is where things get planned and sometimes this is where things get done. Ask questions, thank people for their efforts, and contribute your skills to the service of the community.


Transparent and open finances.

Financial contribution to Open Collective Foundation 501(...

from Fridays For Future Chicago7/23/2020


Monthly financial contribution to Fridays For Future Chicago

from Janine O’Keeffe6/2/2020


domain registration:

by Joshua Casey6/1/2020

Receipt #13511
web services

Today’s balance

$0.00 USD

Estimated annual budget

~ $20.00 USD

Fridays For Future Chicago is all of us

Our contributors 2

Everyone who has supported Fridays For Future Chicago. Individuals and organizations that believe in –and take ownership of– our purpose.

Joshua Casey

We must unite behind the science & end our usage of fossil fuels BEFORE more people are affected by the negative effects of climate change.

Janine O’Keeffe
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$25 USD

Great to see Chicago, using such a transparent approach for funding!


Fridays For Future Chicago is the Chicago chapter of the Fridays For Future movement to get politicians and world leaders to take action on the Climate Crisis by getting our carbon emissions down to 0 (ASAP!).

What expenses do we have as a movement?

  •  Web domain registration & renewal (once a year cost) for 2 domains and
  •  Art supplies & materials for making signs and banners and stuff to use at climate strikes.
  •  Transportation costs to get people to/from strikes if they cannot afford it on their own. (hopefully not needed. But to make climate activism more easily accessible for everyone to participate it would be nice to have the option of helping people cover transportation costs).
  • Permits for strikes