Brighton Park Neighborhood Council
4477 South Archer Avenue, Chicago, IL 60632
Brighton Park Neighborhood Council (BPNC) is a community-based, nonprofit organization serving a working class neighborhood on Chicago’s Southwest side. BPNC’s mission is to create a safer community, improve the learning environment at public schools, preserve affordable housing, provide a voice for youth, protect immigrant rights, promote gender equality, and end all forms of violence.
The Brighton Park Neighborhood Council (BPNC) serves the Brighton Park community, a predominately Latino low-income community located in southwest Chicago. BPNC was founded in 1997 after several community leaders came together to organize their to organize their neighbors in campaigns to win new resources for the community which had seen significant disinvestment and had been ignored by its elected officials.
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Phone: (773) 523-7110