The Boulevard: The Road to Health and Home
Plan and Lead an Art Group for Adults!
Company: The Boulevard: The Road to Health and Home
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Location: 3456 West Franklin Boulevard, East Garfield Park, off St. Louis Avenue, Chicago, IL, 60624
Project Details
It's true: you can help another person! Join us today!

What You Can Do: We could use volunteers to facilitate an on-going "Art Expression Group". This group encourages The Boulevard residents to create and express their ideas or emotions. Residents are encouraged to share their art at the end of the session, with possible discussion. The ideal volunteer for this group is an experienced art teacher or social worker interested in committing to a regular weekly class. What's needed is a friendly & encouraging personality; a patient, flexible and encouraging approach toward members of the group; and the ability to choose a date and follow through.

You would get to plan the projects and bring the supplies. We have a very limited number of art supplies onsite, but we can provide a tax exemption letter if you want to purchase and donate supplies.

What We Do: The Boulevard serves over 300 homeless adults annually, helping them recover from physical injury, illness, addiction or mental health issues. After they recover, we assist Residents in finding safe housing and an income if possible: our goal is to help every client leave the homeless experience, hopefully forever.

View our video, or read about what we do at

General requirements


  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training
  • 1 hour per week
  • Category
    Arts & Culture
    Education & Literacy
    Homeless & Housing