The Old Town Triangle Association (OTTA) was established in 1948 as a nonprofit neighborhood organization to aid in the development of recreation, crime control, schools and other social serviceRead More
If you know of any organization who may be interested in applying for a grant from the OTTA, please direct them here. Click on the "About OTTA" tab, "Board Members and Committees" then scroll down to the "Grants Committee." An information sheet and application form are available there.
Awardees in 2014 are reminded that they must also submit a report both electronically and in hard copy, confirming the grant amount awarded and how the funds were used. An additional review of the goals and objectives that were stated in your original application and explanation of how these goals were met.
The deadline for applications to be submitted is April 1, 2015. Grants are presented at the June 19 Art Fair Thank You Party.
SUPPORT THE OLD TOWN TRIANGLE
Anyone can become a member of the Old Town Triangle Association! While voting rights are reserved for members with an address inside the boundaries of Chicago's historic Triangle, we invite everyone to join and support the preservation of Chicago's historic neighborhood, as well as advocating community spirit, safety and neighborhood improvements and charitable grants. The Old Town Triangle Association is a registered not-for-profit in the state of Illinois.
BECOME A MEMBER
ART SCHOOL CLASSES
Irresistible Art Classes & Workshops
Spring: March - May 2015
Visit the Old Town Triangle Gallery and view a new exhibit each month. The current exhibition opens February 28 and runs through April 8. A reception will be held on Sunday, March 8, 2-5PM. "Remembering Nancy" is a showing of paintings by the late, much loved yoga instructor and artist, Nancy Heggemeier.
Board Meetings take place the second Tuesday of every month at the OTTA office at 7:00pm.