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The Official Site ofDreamchasers United NFP. © Dreamchasers United. All Rights Reserved. Dreamchasers United is a 501(c)3 (nonprofit) organization and donations are tax deductible.

"The best leaders don't create followers, they create more leaders"

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BE YOURSELF, CHANGE THE WORLD

Dreamchasers United is an 501c3 non-profit organization that works to encourage civic engagement, build life skills, community development, and youth empowerment through recreational, educational, and cultural opportunities. Dream Chasers United is committed to creating healthy communities by preparing our youth to be civically engaged professionals. Our goal is to instill in our youth a can do attitude that will enable them to chase their dreams and change the future.

Dreamchasers United Services Include:

  • Youth Mentoring
  • After School Programs
  • Community Programs
  • Community Events

TOURNAMENTS

AFTER-SCHOOL PROGRAMS

PHILANTHROPY

THANKS TO SURFS UP & DJ'S JERK EVERYTHING FOR SUPPORTING DREAMCHASERS UNITED ANNUAL THANKS GIVING

FOOD & COAT DRIVE

5TH ANNUAL ThanksGIVING 

Dreamchasers United has partnered with

Facing Forward to End Homelessness and Housing Forward Ending Homelessness for the

5th Annual ThanksGIVING.

Thanks to all of our volunteers for serving Thanksgiving dinner to the residents as well as everyone who donated coats, hats, gloves, toiletry and housekeeping items. 

 

To Donate or Volunteer click below:

Dreamchasers United

Back to School

3 on 3 Basketball Tournament

We kicked off the 2015-2016 school year with the Dreamchasers United Back to School 3 on 3  Basketball Tournament. The tournament took place at the Dodge Morton Campus at 431 N Troy in East Garfield Park on Saturday, September 19th.

 

Officer Edwards of the Chicago Police Department speaks to young men at the Dreamchasers United Back to School 3 on 3  Basketball Tournament

BLACK HISTORY 

March 13, 1779. The pioneer settler of Chicago, Jean Baptiste Point DuSable, a native from Sainte-Domingue (Haiti), built the first permanent settlement at the mouth of the river just east of the present Michigan Avenue Bridge on the north bank.