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Nto Otong Association USA, Inc, Chicago, Illinois

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Address: 1809 W 51st Street
Chicago, Illinois  60609  
United States
Fax: 7732535061
Is 501(c)(3) nonprofit certified by the IRS?: Yes
Number of Volunteers Serving Nationally: 20
Number of People Being Served: 36000
EIN: 36-4428374
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Mission Statement


Our mission is to work in partnership with relevant stakeholders and other agencies in creating a collaborative, effective, and efficient system of providing human services to our beloved community which includes building sustainable food systems in both, urban and rural Illinois.

Description


United Human Services Center (UHSC) was established December 16, 2003 as a 501(c) 3 faith organization with four distinct programs: our food pantry, ministry outreach services, transportation, and youth program. Every Tuesday, the UHSC pantry distributes food bags to over 150 families totaling up to approximately 1,000 people. Currently, we are organizing plans to establish an on-farm training center in Kankakee County, Illinois as well as several urban gardens within the New City/Englewood community which will increase residents’ exposure to fresh produce and encourage a healthier, greener Chicago neighborhood.

United Human Services Center (UHSC) was established December 16, 2003 as a 501(c) 3 faith organization with four distinct programs: our food pantry, ministry outreach services, transportation, and youth program. Every Tuesday, the UHSC pantry distributes food bags to over 150 families totaling up to approximately 1,000 people. Currently, we are organizing plans to establish an on-farm training center in Kankakee County, Illinois as well as several urban gardens within the New City/Englewood community which will increase residents’ exposure to fresh produce and encourage a healthier, greener Chicago neighborhood.

Mission Statement: Our mission is to work in partnership with relevant stakeholders and other agencies in creating a collaborative, effective, and efficient system of providing human services to our beloved community which includes building sustainable food systems in both, urban and rural Illinois.

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