Events, News, Our Stories
Our E3 Gala was a tremendous success. We celebrated the work we do everyday to educate, enrich, and empower the young people we serve, introduced many new people to our work, and inspired them to support the mission. Together, we welcomed 280 guests and raised $269,000 in gross revenue, surpassing our goal of $250,000 and 250 guests.
We had the honor of welcoming Dianne Robertson Braddock, her daughter and nephew. We received an inspiring keynote from Shermann “Dilla” Thomas on the power of relationships among youth in our communities and the crucial role longstanding community centers play in fostering those relationships. We also saw the return of Jacoby Cochran, from City Cast Chicago, as our master of ceremonies.
The Carole Robertson Center for Learning, a nonprofit organization based in Chicago, Illinois, is inviting qualified firms to provide independent auditing services for its annual financial statements. Interested nonprofit firms can access the Request for Proposal (RFP) document attached to the blog post, which outlines the bidding process and requirements. The completed RFP should be submitted to Tineasha Ellis, Director of Accounting, and Stanley Robertson, Controller. The center emphasizes its commitment to transparency and accountability as a nonprofit and looks forward to engaging dedicated auditing firms to ensure accurate financial reporting. The deadline for proposals is mentioned, urging interested firms to act promptly.
You might have heard this phrase before: It takes a village to raise a child. At the Carole Robertson Center […]
News, Press Release
The Carole Robertson Center for Learning commends Governor Pritzker for his continued commitment to allocating resources toward the state’s youngest […]
Children and youth across the Carole Robertson Center have started the year learning about the Civil Rights Movement and the power of peaceful protest, kindness, and diversity to effect social change.
Integral to the learning and care the Carole Robertson Center for Learning provides is a dedication to meeting the mental and emotional needs of the children, families, and staff who are a part of our community. July’s Minority Mental Health Awareness Month encourages us to reflect on the role the Center plays in providing a safe and stable environment that prioritizes mental wellness for all.
Wednesday, June 15, 2022 The youngest learners in North Lawndale have access to state-of-the-art playground experiences, thanks to equipment donated […]
Friday, May 20, 2022 On Wednesday, May 11, the Carole Robertson Center for Learning hosted our 2022 Annual Celebration – […]
Tuesday, April 26, 2022 The Carole Robertson Center for Learning applauds Governor Pritzker and the Illinois General Assembly for […]
Monday, April 25, 2022 On May 11, 2022, the Carole Robertson Center for Learning will come together to celebrate “The […]