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Save the Date!


The YOU! Ball

On Saturday, November 16th

EdgeAlliance will present its annual gala, The YOU! Ball.  Chefs from some of Chicago's finest restaurants 

will create food stations featuring their signature specialities! Enjoy refreshing cocktails, a silent and

live auction, and dancing...all in celebration of YOU!





We are pleased to announce the Grand Opening of our newest residence, The Shawn Feeley Alpha House!


We opened the newly remodeled, classic Chicago greystone building at 1236 S. Sawyer on Saturday December 15th, 2012. The Shawn Feeley Alpha House will provide housing for homeless Veterans in the North Lawndale neighborhood. Former service men and women residing in this house will have the oportunity to take advantage of on-site case management, support services and a beautiful residence to help them get back on their feet!

The opening ceremony was a huge success. Many EdgeAlliance supporters, including the Feeley family participated in this special day. Check out our Facebook page for more information about the event, photos of the house and reactions from the EdgeAlliance community!






THE YOU! ball awards announced!

As we approach the 2013 YOU! Ball, we would like to acknowledge our most dynamic and influential friends and social service leaders. Vibrant presences in the community, these individuals have defined innovation, remolded hope and transformed lives. They are timeless, their achievements are transcendent, and we at EdgeAlliance work in the hope that our own efforts have just as much impact on those we serve.

This year's awards go to:

The James V. Flosi Founders Award

This award is given to an individual or organization whose extraordinary and exceptional support makes EdgeAlliance's work in the Chicago metropolitan area possible. This year, we would like to honor Mayer Brown, LLC with this award. Thank you Mayer Brown!


The Community Leadership Award

This award is given to an individual or organization which has shown support and heroic leadership in the service of people who are poor and homeless. This year, we would like to honor Rick Roman and Nick Pynkis from the Signature Room at the 95th, with this award. Thank you, Rick and Nick!


The Care With Dignity Award

This award is given to an individual or organization which is involved in the sensitive care and service of people who are homeless. The recipient of this award has gained the city-wide reputation of unceasing and untiring compassionate care for the people they serve and represent. This year, we would like to honor the National Able Network with this award. Thank you, National Able Network!


Again, thank you all for everything you do, and congratulations!