Greenlining Campaign

A Campaign for the Soul of our City

Called to Respond

Acting with vision and in faith, our community will forge deeper relationships that matter: with our neighbors in North Lawndale, along with faith communities across the city and beyond who feel called at this moment, and among ourselves at All Saints’ as we imagine where this campaign may lead us.

Read the full case for support here.  Or, read the abbreviated version of the case for support here

Greenlining Our City

This moment to act arrives at the dawn of the Lawndale Christian Development Corporation Canaan Homes Plan, a component of the broader vision to build 1,000 affordable homes as a part of the Reclaiming Lawndale project. Together, the Greenlining Campaign will fund the first step of this project by constructing the first model Canaan Home. 

You can provide leaven to this mission today by making a gift of any size or by raising support from your networks. 

Thank You

A community that risks, and risks, and risks again can do amazing things. Together, we can organize something for our own Kairos moment. Every gift of every size is leaven. 

It makes a difference. 

Thanks to your work over the years, we are organized and prepared to live in this Kairos moment with concrete action and commitment. With your time, treasure, and talent, we invite you to envision this future with us. 


Ways to Give

Give Now

Make your gift online today. Every gift, no matter the size, makes a difference. 

If you heard about this campaign from someone, please put their name in the comment field so we can thank them! 

Fundraise

 Sign up to fundraise for this campaign through your networks. 

You will receive support along the way to help achieve your goals. 

By Mail

Mail your check payable to “All Saints’ Episcopal Church” to:

4550 N. Hermitage Ave.
Chicago, IL 60640

Be sure to write “Greenlining Campaign” in the memo.

Thank you, Partners!

The Greenlining Campaign is made possible with the generous support of our faith community partners across the Chicagoland area.