African-American Family Commission was established by Public Act 093-0867 to assist various state agencies to improve and expand existing human services and educational and community development programs for African-Americans.
This will be accomplished by:
Greetings from the Illinois
African-American Family Commission
Michael A. Holmes
The Illinois African-American Family Commission
develops, evaluates and advocates for public
policies, plans, research and
programs that will strengthen and preserve families,
participation, health status,
safety, education and training,
quality of life for African-Americans.
Now Being Accepted!
Economic Development Grants For
The Commission has
launched a new initiative to promote community development, job growth and
job retention in underserved communities!
To apply and for more information,
Family Commission provides assistance to Clara's House and Clara's Place
Shelters for homeless or abused women and children!
for more info!
Director Holmes recognizes Mrs. Clara Kirk, the founder
of Clara's House and Clara's Place, and Committeeman Raymond Lopez for
their service and commitment to
Reverend Clifford Spears