Erie Neighborhood House

150th Anniversary Dinner

Erie Neighborhood House opened its doors to the people of Chicago 150 years ago, making us the oldest operating settlement house in the city. Join us at our annual awards dinner, where we'll celebrate this major milestone and our history of impact. Proceeds from this evening will support critical services and programs that open doors and create life-changing opportunities for the people of our community -- immigrant and low-income families in Chicago. It will be an evening you won't want to miss.


TO MAKE A RESERVATION AND PAY BY CHECK, please register below.

Event Co-chairs:
Joseph Dominguez
Chief Executive Officer, ComEd

Scott C. Swanson
President, PNC Bank, Illinois

Honorary 150th Anniversary Chairs:
Senator Dick Durbin
Governor J.B. Pritzker
Mayor Lori Lightfoot

Lifetime of Legacy Award:
John Hall, Goose Island

Community Legacy Award:
Presbytery of Chicago

Foundation Legacy Award:
Healthy Communities Foundation

Corporate Legacy Award:
Drinker Biddle + Reath 

Since 1870, Erie Neighborhood House has provided all the crucial support immigrant and low-income families in Chicago need to thrive, including education, legal services, health programs and more. Throughout our history, we’ve supported immigrant and low-income families living in Chicago, empowering those we serve to build powerful communities. Today, we serve individuals and families of all backgrounds, primarily the Latinx immigrant community. Our services touch over 15,000 individuals annually and are located in the West Town and Little Village neighborhoods. To learn more about Erie Neighborhood House and each of our impactful programs, please visit

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