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Flipping the Script: CHA Youth Change the Narrative

May 18th 2022


Venue Six10

610 S Michigan Ave

Chicago IL 60605

Flipping the Script is to reverse a situation, especially by doing something unexpected. Our event will showcase S2S students and alums who have flipped the script of what is expected of youth growing up in public housing. We will feature a trailer to a short film written and produced by CHA youth, exhibit photography from our college exposure program that will be available in our silent auction, and highlight the narratives and stories of our alums’ excellence.

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Enjoy hors d'oeuvres and drinks while you invest in the power of potential of The Chicago Housing Authority’s youngest residents.


Springboard to Success (S2S) enhances the vital work of the Chicago Housing Authority’s (CHA) Resident Services Division by funding programs and events that augment current youth programs and services. S2S ensures a robust college access pipeline for CHA youth by funding programs and events that bridge gaps and reduce barriers for CHA youth to get to and through college and into professional careers. 



It is the S2S vision that youth currently living in CHA households achieve housing stability as an adult without the requirement of a housing subsidy.

2023 Event Sponsors

Join a growing community of supporters dismantling institutional racism and systemic injustice by supporting youth living in public housing.

We invite you to reaffirm support of and care for our Black and brown youth in Chicago through sponsorship of our upcoming event, "Flipping the Script: CHA Youth Change the Narrative.” 

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Silent Auction

Support youth living in public housing by making an in-kind gift. We would love to have your added support through the donation of a silent auction item. All donations are tax deductible and will receive a formal tax receipt acknowledgement. 

Questions about our event? Want to become a sponsor?

Contact Amanda DeWitt at 773.569.1329 or

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