The Voices and Faces Project’s “The Stories We Tell” writing program.
It was a pleasure for the Juvenile Temporary Detention Center Foundation to fund The Voices and Faces Project’s “The Stories We Tell” writing program.
With great admiration,
D. Sharon Grant
The Karma Garden: A Collaborative Community Garden
The youth at the JTDC (Juvenile Temporary Detention Center) planned, planted and harvested the Karma Garden again this year. A collaborative project, between the Chicago Public School’s Nancy B. Jefferson Alternative School and the Urban Horticulture Educators from University of Illinois Extension Program, the Karma Garden is teaching youth gardening skills while planting the seeds of positive change in their lives.
Why we are needed.
The JTDC Foundation is essential to an improved quality of life for residents of the JTDC. Historically juvenile detention has operated...
What we achieve.
Daily, on average, more than 250 of the JTDC court-involved young males and females are benefitting from JTDCF supported programs/services.
P.O. Box 6058
Chicago, Illinois 60680