Donate by 11 p.m. on Thursday, December 10 for your chance to win a one-of-a-kind piece of art by Chicago artist Afrokilla.
Although devastating in so many ways, the events of 2020 have offered the opportunity to see the Loop through a new lens. We have been inspired by the resiliency and creativity of the people who call the Loop home. We have used this time to reconnect, reflect, and rethink what is important for our neighborhood.
We now realize that home isn't just the place we sleep, but the restaurants, shops, offices, schools, theaters, parks, and streets we experience together. Tonight, you will get a glimpse at some of the projects, programs, and people who have kept the Loop going, and those that will help us rebuild.
We've missed you and we hope to see you soon, in the home of Chicagoans from every neighborhood, the Loop.
The Chicago Loop Alliance Foundation pushes the limits of what downtown can be for its workers, residents, and visitors. The Foundation seeks to enrich the Loop's public spaces through artistic expression and free cultural programming. By building a connection between people and the places they share, the Foundation creates an environment that fosters creativity, enhances the Loop's appeal, and celebrates Chicago's downtown as Everyone's Neighborhood.
Chicago Loop Alliance and the Foundation rely on the support of businesses, organizations, and individuals that contribute through annual membership dues, financial and in-kind sponsorships, and signature fundraising events. Please consider making a donation today!