Crushers Club

Crushers youth participate in the program at no charge, so donations from generous individuals are critical to the success of the Club. Your contribution will support programming that keeps Englewood youth in school, employed, and out of gangs and the justice system.

Programs — Crushers Club

Programs In 2012, Crushers Club was founded by Sally Hazelgrove as the strongest alternative to gangs, by providing boys and young men from Chicago’s Englewood neighborhood with the support and skills needed to restore their lives and rebuild their community.Today our WorkForce employment and job training initiative, boxing and music programs, peer mentoring, and self-development classes are

Contact Us — Crushers Club

Chicago, IL 60636 . Email [email protected] Call 312-221-0289 He has been covering Crushers Club for over a year and is creating a long-term documentary on the Club’s movement to transform the lives of Englewood youth. He provides video and photography

Results — Crushers Club

In addition to winning the 2012 Project Impact competition of A Better Chicago, Crushers Club's successful model has received recognition including the Poder Award for Social Impact and Make It Better’s Philanthropy Award in 2014. Crushers Club’s work in Englewood was highlighted at the 2014 Women in the World Summit at New York’s Lincoln

Support Us — Crushers Club

2021-3-24  Crushers Club or Restoring The Path. 1406 West 64th. Chicago, IL 60636. Double your Impact! Inquire with your company's human resources department to see if your gift to Crushers Club qualifies for a matching gift. Corporate Giving Crushers Club celebrates the significant impact of its corporate supporters.

Crushers Save Time Communicating with Your Team

Ice Crusher Hockey is a community-based Spring Hockey Club. We provide an all-inclusive sport environment that engages Ice Crushers’ to enhance their skills, knowledge, confidence and

Chicago Kids Group Ripped for Insensitive Pic, Teen

The pic was tweeted by Crushers Club -- a Chicago youth empowerment group -- almost 3 years ago, and shows Sally Hazelgrove cutting the locks of a teen named Kobe. Someone on the Internet dug up...

Young Man Who Got Dreadlocks Cut by Crushers

2019-9-8  A Chicago-based youth organization continues to face backlash over photos of its white president cutting off teenagers' dreadlocks. Sally Hazelgrove, the founder of the Crushers Club,

Crushers Club Home Facebook

We have 6 crushers working the Flower Farms with our partner Chicago Eco House this summer, and we just placed 2 Crushers at the Englewood Hardware store on 63rd today. Keeping Crushers active and working is our priority. We rotate 10 at a time for our Club

Crushers Club (@englewoodcrushers) • Instagram

219 Followers, 104 Following, 165 Posts See Instagram photos and videos from Crushers Club (@englewoodcrushers)

Crushers Club Offers Alternatives to Gangs in Chicago

The Crushers Club, an organization looking to offer an alternative to gangs in Chicago, is making a difference for young people looking to turn their lives around

Chicago's Englewood Crushers Club CNN

2014-4-17  Twelve-year-old Deville, left, lands a punch on 11-year-old Andre at the Englewood Crushers Club in Chicago during a boxing demonstration on June 7, 2013, attended by parents and the community.

Chicago Crushers Futbol Club Inc GuideStar Profile

Chicago Crushers Futbol Club Inc Tinley Park, IL. Is this your nonprofit? Claim your profile for free. Learn about benefits. Summary Programs + Results Financials Operations. This organization has not appeared on the IRS Business Master File in a number of months. It may have merged with another organization or ceased operations.

2014 Philanthropy Awards: Crushers Club Better

Crushers Club is a most improbable and quite remarkable story. Mother of three Sally Hazelgrove moves her family to Englewood—one of the most challenging neighborhoods in the country—because she feels called to help. Gang banging and shootings abound there; opportunities to escape that life do not.

Your Chicago: Crushers Club CBS Chicago

2014-2-14  Your Chicago: Crushers Club. February 14, 2014 at 10:00 pm. Sally wants to take Crushers Club a step further and create a sit-down restaurant where the kids would learn to

Crushers Club Série TV 2018 AlloCiné

Retrouvez toutes les news et les vidéos de la série TV Crushers Club. Synopsis : A Chicago, une salle de boxe sert de refuge à l'un des gamins les plus turbulents du quartier.

Meet The Chicago Woman Who Started A Boxing Club

Such was the beginnings for the Crushers Club, a boxing club to help rehabilitate Englewood and West Englewood’s youth and give them a safe and strong alternative to gangs. In 2012, Hazelgrove won a $100,000 grant as well as a year of management support from A Better Chicago,which enabled her to expand the club and hire and train some of

Crushers Club Archives Suburban Chicagoland

2021-3-17  Hastings’ announcement coincided with an endorsement from the Chicago Regional Council of Carpenters, who represent more than 30,000 working Illinois families. And with more than $500,000 already raised for his campaign, Hastings will have the resources needed to tell his story about fighting for working and middle-class families.

Crushers Club on Vimeo

A little known boxing club on the south side of Chicago tries to help young men growing up in the most violent neighborhood in the most segregated city in the country. Over the course of six months, our team visited Crushers Club dozens of times to film fight nights, training, interviews, life. This film is the culmination of all we learned and

Crushers Club (@englewoodcrushers) • Instagram

219 Followers, 104 Following, 165 Posts See Instagram photos and videos from Crushers Club (@englewoodcrushers)

Chicago's Englewood Crushers Club CNN

2014-4-17  Twelve-year-old Deville, left, lands a punch on 11-year-old Andre at the Englewood Crushers Club in Chicago during a boxing demonstration on June 7, 2013, attended by parents and the community.

Charity Spotlight: Crushers Club Restoring the Path

Meet today’s BCG Charity Spotlight: Crushers Club Restoring the Path, Rebuilding the Streets of Chicago, IL. In 2014 Chicago led the nation in gang activity with over 150,000 gang members.In recent years Chicago has made a dramatic leap to overcome Los Angeles as America’s gang capital with a staggering 150,000 gang members and sadly many consider it to be one of the most violent

Head of Chicago non-profit supported by NFL, Roc

2019-9-6  Crushers Club is based in Chicago’s Englewood neighborhood. It uses boxing to help keep kids off the streets and out of gangs. “Today, the NFL’s #InspireChange ‘social justice’ group is

2014 Philanthropy Awards: Crushers Club Better

Crushers Club is a most improbable and quite remarkable story. Mother of three Sally Hazelgrove moves her family to Englewood—one of the most challenging neighborhoods in the country—because she feels called to help. Gang banging and shootings abound there; opportunities to escape that life do not.

Photos of NFL-funded Crushers Club's Sally

2019-9-7  Twitter users criticized Chicago-based Crushers Club for now-deleted photos that the nonprofit shared in 2016 of Founder and Executive Director Sally

Crushers Club teaches West Englewood boys

2017-5-30  Crushers Club founder Sally Hazelgrove, 54, moved to West Englewood from Uptown in 2000, raising her own family there until last year and starting the club after a

Crushers Club on Vimeo

A little known boxing club on the south side of Chicago tries to help young men growing up in the most violent neighborhood in the most segregated city in the country. Over the course of six months, our team visited Crushers Club dozens of times to film fight nights, training, interviews, life. This film is the culmination of all we learned and

Charity of the Year PCA Chicago Region

2021-5-5  Crushers Club members learn to take charge of their lives and their futures. They alone own their actions and they alone own their victories. LOVE Feeling loved is the only way to be able to love others and love yourself. Crushers Club provides the unconditional love and support these young men need as they fight to change their lives.

Watch Teen defends Crushers Club founder who cut

2019-9-10  Hazelgrove, founder of the Crushers Club, a non-profit dedicated to supporting at-risk youth in Chicago, is usually at the receiving end of accolades, but has recently found herself under crushing

Crushers Club (@englewoodcrushers) • Instagram

219 Followers, 104 Following, 165 Posts See Instagram photos and videos from Crushers Club (@englewoodcrushers)