YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE
Ways to Support CCR
Your support will allow us to continue to provide pro bono mediation services and conflict management training to Chicago area institutions, organizations and businesses.
CCR is happy to accept checks! Please make checks payable to: Center for Conflict Resolution. Please send checks to:
Center for Conflict Resolution
Attn: Cassie Lively, Executive Director
11 E Adams, Suite 500
Chicago, IL 60603
Help support CCR's programming with a one time donation. Donations can also be in honor, memory or tribute of an individual, or in honor of a specific CCR program.
To set up a recurring donation or to make a donation in honor, memory or tribute, please click below.
Other Ways to Give
Like bargains? Like coupons? Like giving back? We have partnered with Giving Assistant, a new online fundraising platform, and are pleased to offer our friends and supporters the opportunity to shop and give back to CCR at the same time! And click HERE to add a button to your browser to always shop with Giving Assistant. And don't forget to go to My Account-Giving Preferences to adjust your charity giving and Giving Assistant match!
MORE WAYS TO GIVE
Qualified Charitable Distribution (to learn how to make a QCD, click HERE)
Donor Advised Fund
Bequests through Wills or Revocable (Living) Trusts
For more information or questions, please contact CCR's Finance and Operations Director Whitney Trumble at [email protected]
CARETAKING AND COMMUNICATION
Ann served as a live-in caretaker for Mathias’s mother, Mama Claire, in exchange for reduced rent in Mama Claire’s home.
After Mama Claire’s death, Mathias expected Ann to move out of the house, but she refused. Due to the eviction moratorium, he was unable to file a case in court and went to CCR for mediation. The mediator helped the parties shift their focus to what was actually important to both of them.
By the end of the mediation, they agreed that Ann could stay in the house for at least two more months, but that she would start paying rent to Mathias. The mediation helped both parties avoid eviction and move forward with a mutually beneficial solution.