GADS HILL CENTER AT A GLANCE
Gads Hill Center, a social service organization established in 1898, creates opportunities for children and their families to build a better life through education, access to resources, and community engagement.
All individuals, regardless of where they start, will achieve their full potential.
Gads Hill Center values children and their families – their ability to learn, to lead and to positively shape their futures. Since 1898, Gads Hill Center supports working families through comprehensive programs and services that connect children and families to resources that meet their educational, employment, and health-related goals.
Gads Hill Center works with more than 4,500 children across Chicago by providing the following high-quality accredited programs and services
Children and families in Chicago’s
Elementary school and high school students
The first five years of a child’s life
Family & Community
Parents and Caregivers
We value children and their families; their ability to learn, to lead, to grow and to positively change their futures.
We value the transformational power of education, the strength of families and the engagement of communities.
We value our staff for their professionalism and dedication to our children and their families.
We believe that our supporters and funders are partners in creating well-managed and fiscally sound programs and services.