On May 10th, Bickerdike had the honor of hosting a group of our community neighbors for dinner and discussion as part of The Chicago Community Trust’s On The Table initiative. Now in its third year, On The Table is an annual city-wide event wherein people are encourage to invite small groups to come together, share a meal, and discuss a variety of topics such as community development, philanthropy, and racism to name just a few. Read more »
Chicago Cubs vs. NY Mets tickets! Contest ends June 30th
Contest, Game & Ticket Info
Date: Tuesday, July 19th
Time: 7:05 p.m.
Seats: 8 rows behind home plate Read more »
We’re in the running for a $10,000 grant from Seeds of Change, and we need your support to make it to the final round! Read more »
Remember last fall when we were offered deeply discounted tickets to Six Flags/Great America just by using Bickerdike’s Promo Code?
Well, we’re doing it again! Read more »
Results of 606 Foreshadow Future Paseo Path
As attention shifts from the 606 path on the near-northwest side of Chicago to the proposed Paseo path in Little Village, the community concerns remain the same: affordability, especially for renters. These areas, which badly need investment and anchoring green spaces, also have thousands of long time residents for whom these looming changes are a double-edged sword . Read more »
You could win an autograph photo with the certificate of authenticity of one of the these Blackhawks players!
Artem Anisimov #15
Marcus Kruger #16 Read more »
Bickerdike Redevelopment Corporation was formed by Northwest Community Organization with Erie Neighborhood House and Holy Innocents Church in 1967 to create affordable housing opportunities in West Town, Humboldt Park and Logan Square in response to widespread disinvestment, arson and demolition. It has remained a member-based organization. Read more »
You braved the crowds on Black Friday.
You shopped in your PJs on Cyber Monday.
Now it’s time to do some real good. Read more »
Membership has been the foundation of Bickerdike’s work since its founding in 1967 by residents of Chicago’s near northwest side and representatives of local community groups. Read more »