ILGVP Members

ABJ Community Services
ABT Illinois
Action for a Better Tomororw – Southern Suburbs
Action for a Better Tomorrow – Northern Suburbs
Action Ridge (Park Ridge)
AIDS Foundation of Chicago
All Saints Episcopal Church-Chicago
Alls Saints Episcopal Church – Western Springs
Am Yisrael, Northfield
American Nurses Association of Illinois
American Promise
Americans for Responsible Solutions
Amnesty International USA
Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago
Annunciation of Our Lady Episcopal Church – Lake Villa
Archdiocese of Chicago, Violence Prevention Initiatives
Berkeley – Hillside Presbyterian Church
Beth Emet The Free Synagogue
Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence
BUILD, Inc.
Catholic Charities, Rev. Msgr. Michael M. Boland, Pres. & CEO
Center for American Progress
Chicago Area Peace Action
Chicago Board of Rabbis
Chicago NOW (National Organization for Women)
Chicago Parks Foundation
Chicago Survivors
Chicago Veterans for Peace
Chicago Women Take Action
Chicagoland Brady Chapter
ChildServ
Chirst Episcopal Church – Winnetka
Church of the Holy Spirit (Episcopal) – Lake Forest
Coalition of Veterans Organizations
Communities & Relatives of Illinois Incarcerated Children
Community of Congregations
Community Presbyterian Church – Broadview
Community Presbyterian Church – Claredon Hills
Community Renewal Society
Compassionate Care Network
Congregation Or Tikvah
Council of Religious Leaders of Greater Metropolitan Church
Countryside Unitarian Church
Darren B. Easterling Center for Restorative Practices
DEAR Evanston
Democratic Party of Oak Park
Doctors Demand Action
Dundee Township Democrats
Elgin Cooperative Ministry
Emanuel Congregation – Chicago, Rabbi Michael Zedek
Emanuel Lutheran, Rockford
Episcopal Diocese of Chicago, Jeffrey D. Lee, Bishop of Chicago
Equality Illinois
Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, Metropolitan Chicago Synod, Bishop Wayne N. Miller
Faith Community of St. Sabina
Faith Lutheran Church – Glen Ellyn
First Presbyterian Church – LaGrange
First Presbyterian Church – Decatur
First Presbyterian Church – Deerfield
First Presbyterian Church – Homewood
First United Church of Oak Park
First United Methodist Church
Flossmoor Community Church
Fourth Presbyterian Church – Chicago
Friends Who March
Generation Progress
Giffords
Good Shephard Presbyterian Church – Chicago
G-PAC
Grace Seeds Ministry
Greater Institutional AME Church
Gun Responsibility Advocates
Gun Violence Prevention Action Committee
Gun Violence Prevention Task Force @ First United Methodist Church at Chicago Temple
Health & Medicine Policy Research Group
Hustle Mommies
Illinois Chapter, American Academy of Pediatrics
Illinois Conference of Churches
Illinois Council Against Handgun Violence
Illinois Justice Project
Illinois Public Health Association
Illinois Society of Advanced Practice Nurses
Illinois Tenth Congressional Democrats
Increase the Peace Englewood
Indivisbile Illinois
Institute for Nonviolence Chicago
Ivanhoe Congregational Church, UCC – Mundelein
Jewish Council on Urban Affairs
Jewish Reconstructionist Congregation (JRC)
Jewish United Fund of Metropolitan Chicago
Joint Action Committee for Political Affairs (JAC PAC)
Kenilworth Union Presbyterian Church
Kids Off the Block
Lake Forest Friends Meeting
Lake Street Church of Evanston
Lakeview Presbyterian Church
League of United Latin American Citizens #5273
League of Women Voters of Illinois
Lincoln Park Presbyterian Church
Live Free Chicago
Loyola University Medical Center
Mennonite Central Committee
Mental Health America of Illinois
Mikva Challenge – Neighborhood Initiative Leadership Program
Moms Demand Action for Gunsense in America
Moms Rising
Mothers Against Wrongful Convictions
Muslim Community Center
National Council of Jewish Women Chicago North Shore
National Gun Victims Action Council
National Organization for Women – Chicago Chapter
National Youth Advocate Program
National Youth Art Program
Northwest Suburbs Organizing for Action
Onward Together
Open Communities
Or Tikvah, Grayslake
Organizing Catholics for Justice
Organizing for Action Chicago North Chapter
Our Lady of Perpetual Help
Parents for Peace and Justice
Peace & Justice Committee – St. Giles, Oak Park
Peace & Justice Committee Episcopal Diocese of Chicago
Peace & Justice Committee of St. Edmund Catholic Church – Oak Park
Peaceful Communities
People for a Safer Society
Planned Parenthood
Precious Blood Ministry of Reconciliation
Presbyterian Church of Barrington
Presbytery of Chicago
Prince of Peace Lutheran Church – Woodbridge
Progressive Community Church – Chicago
Pullman Presbyterian Church – Chicago
Purpose Over Pain
Quinn Chapel AME Church – Chicago
A Safe Place for Help
Seabury Western Theological Seminary
Second Unitarian Church of Chicago
Solidarity Sundays – Logan Square
Southminster Presbyterian Church – Glen Ellyn
St. Augustine’s Episcopal Church – Wilmette
St. Francis Xavier Parish
St. James Cathedral Episcopal Church Chicago
St. James the Less Episcopal Church – Northfield
St. John Anglican
St. Joseph Anglican Church – Springfield
St. Luke Presbyterian Church – Downers Grove
St. Mark’s Episcopal Church – Barrington Hills
St. Nicholas Catholic Church – Evanston
St. Titus One Youth Anti-Violence & Mentoring Program
St. Vincent De Paul Presbyterian Church – Chicago
Strengthening Chicago’s Youth
Suicide Prevention Association
Switch Lanes
Temple Beth Israel – Skokie
The Black Star Project
The Institute of Medicine of Chicago
The Jeremy Scullark Foundation
The Mental Health Summit
UCAN
Unitarian Church of Evanston
United Awareness Front
United Church of Christ
United Church of Rogers Park
United Methodist Church
Women Enuff, Inc.
Xperience Church of Englewood
Yorkfield Presbyterian Church-Elmhurst

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The Illinois Council Against Handgun Violence (ICHV) is the oldest and largest statewide organization in the U.S. working to prevent the devastation caused by firearms. Founded in 1975 by four suburban Chicago women concerned about the tragic consequences of handgun proliferation and availability, ICHV works on a variety of fronts to educate, raise public awareness, and build coalitions to enact change in laws and behavior. For 40 years, ICHV has been a leader among state gun violence prevention groups.

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