The Resurrection Project

Aiming to build relationships and challenge people to act on their faith and values to create healthy communities through organizing, education, and community development, The Resurrection Project (TRP) works to revitalize the predominantly low-income Latino communities on Chicago’s Southwest side.  Its core programs include financial education and counseling, property and asset management, real estate development, community engagement and education, and economic development.  In 2013, it worked with several partners to convert a failed bank into Second Federal Credit Union, helping preserve an estimated $141 million in community assets.  Since 1990, TRP has leveraged $346 million in community investments, empowered more than 57,000 people, and developed 733 affordable homes and 264,292 square feet of community facilities.

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