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Humboldt Park Solidarity Network

We're neighbors helping neighbors in the Humboldt Park neighborhood of Chicago.

Contributors


Humboldt Park Solidarity Network is all of us

Our contributors 201

Thank you for supporting Humboldt Park Solidarity Network.

Angie P

Admin

$2,864 USD

Bennett Smith

Admin

$1,900 USD

HPSN

Admin

Incognito

$5,700 USD

Incognito

$2,500 USD

Madeline

Monthly Donor - Chance the ...

$2,200 USD

Vector Fabric...

$2,000 USD

Alexan Martin...

$2,000 USD

Gregg Sparks

Monthly Donor - Mallard Duck

$1,600 USD

Budget


Transparent and open finances.

Fund Disbursement (2)

Category
Divested (fund disbursement)
from Somos Arte NFP to Humboldt Park Solidarity Network
-$1,254.10 USD
Paid
Invoice #200980
$
Today’s balance

--.-- USD

Total raised

$71,631.71 USD

Total disbursed

$71,631.71 USD

Estimated annual budget

$15,276.53 USD

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News from Humboldt Park Solidarity Network

Updates on our activities and progress.

Block Club Chicago featured HPSN's Casa Hernandez

Block Club Chicago reporter Ariel Parrella-Aureli published an article on February 16th about the work a...
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Published on February 28, 2024 by Angie P

Borderless Magazine shines a light on community led efforts in Chicago / La revista Borderless habla con nosotros

The end of an official public health emergency doesn't mean there is less need in our communities. Borderless Magazine investigates what's happening on the ground in Chicago and took the opportunity to speak with Nick Hernandez, one of our...
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Published on May 21, 2023 by HPSN

2022 End of Year Update

2022 Accomplishments · In 2022, Humboldt Park Solidarity Network maintained the Casa Hernandez Community Space & Free Store for the entire year, which means we have been able to support our community fo...
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Published on December 21, 2022 by HP Solidarity Network

About


The Humboldt Park Solidarity Network is a mutual aid group formed in response to COVID-19. Since the pandemic began, we have created a network of community members that work together to support the needs of our neighbors. 

We began small, providing volunteers with materials to make masks, which we distributed to those who needed them. Since then, the group has expanded and now organizes weekly food and supply distributions and deliveries, serving around 200 families a week, with more than 50 active volunteers.

Our network, and the work we do, is ever-expanding and we’ve now hosted a Community Care Circle (with clothes, meditation and more), an Overdose Reversal Training, a Housing Worksop,  two art shows, and we’re working on plans to do so much more!

Our network keeps growing, but so do the needs of our community. With your support, we will grow, adapt, learn, and continue to support our neighbors. 

Other ways to connect and support:
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Contact:
 
[email protected]
‪(312) 883-7526‬



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