Empowering Your Organization and Attendees to Invest in Chicago Through Your Conference

These are local Chicago nonprofits that could potentially receive funding from Convention attendees, funneling money back into the city!


Breakthrough partners with those affected by poverty to build connections, develop skills, and open doors of opportunity. We envision a safe, stable, engaged East Garfield Park where success is the norm and families prosper.

Legal Aid Chicago

Legal Aid Chicago resolves critical legal problems that trap people in poverty. Legal Aid Chicago strengthens the social safety net in our community and ensures that people living in poverty have a voice in the justice system.

Chicago Scholars

Chicago Scholars is the largest college access and success program in Chicago serving more than 3,000 Scholars and Alumni each year in our seven-year college access and success mentoring and career support program.

Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum

We work to create a positive relationship between people and nature through collaborations, education, research and collections, exhibitions, and public forums to grow our region’s connection to the world of nature and science.








What are the Admin & Operational Costs?
Admin and operational costs include Credit Card Fees,
Receipting, System Maintenance, Web Hosting, Grant Administration,
Project Vetting, Merchant costs, Administrative Support, etc.
How are the Funds Managed?
Legacy Collective has established a Donor Advised Fund with Pure Charity (a nonprofit organization) that will assist in the financial accountability, grant administration, and financial reporting.  All Legacy Collective members will have visibility to the disbursement of grants and special project funds via their Member Dashboard, and Legacy Collective will produce an Annual Report reporting financial activity.



Legacy Collective is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Our tax identification number is 87-1730864. You can find us on Guidestar here

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