Organizations include any not-for-profit organization or club that serves the Hegewisch community If you would like to have your not-for profit, please contact us
Post 272: Fred Schweitzer
13304 S. Baltimore Ave.
Chicago , IL 60633
Phone: (773) 646-3272
Call: ( 773) 315-6200
Community Safety and Prevention
Girl Scouts of Lebanon Lutheran
Troops 20043, 21495, 20734, and 20843
Serving girls from Kindergarten through Eighth grade
Meeting most Mondays.
Further information, contact Irish Bain at firstname.lastname@example.org
Hegewisch Chamber of Commerce
Call (773) 646-6880
Fax: (773) 646-6881
A membership organization of business, industry and individuals working for economic development and community redevelopment of the Hegewisch community.
Hegewisch Community Committee
13260 S. Brandon Avenue
Chicago, IL 60633
Phone: (773) 646-4488
Fax: (773) 646-4841
website: Currently out of date.
The mission of the Hegewisch Community Committee is to enlist local people in cooperative efforts to attack the problems of juvenile delinquency, to carry on educatioal, recreational, and civic activities, .
Hegewisch Marsh Environment Center
Contact: Micheal Siola
Location :Douglas Library (Chicago State University)
Office Hours: 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday
Phone: (773 )995-2964
Fax: (773) -995-2964
CEPA (Calumet Ecological Park Association)
Email CEPA at : email@example.com
website: Currently out of date
The mission of CEPA is to preserve and enhance a variety of natural, cultural, and historical areas in the Calumet region for present and future generations.
Knights of Columbus
Polish Legion of American Veterans
Call: 708 799-4358
Fax: 708 799-3789
Southeast Historical Society
3658 East 106th Street, Chicago, Illinois, 60617
Call (773) 721-7948
The Southeast Historical Society continues its search for documents and artifacts of the past, while making a concerted effort to record the present in a fashion that will be organized and retrievable for historians in the future. In an era when the present is almost as plastic as it was when the region was first developed, such record keeping becomes especially important.
Southeast Environmental Task Force
Citizens for Landfill Alternatives
13300 S. Baltimore Ave.
Chicago, Illinois 60633
Telephone: (773) 646-0436
The mission of SETF is to affirmatively protect the residents, economy, and environment of Chicago's Calumet region by defending the 20-year moratorium on new and expanded landfill construction, advocating for a permanent moratorium, and promoting progressive alternatives to waste burial.
VFW: (Veterans of Foreign Wars of the US)
Post 5414: Stanley J Sukta
13301 S Brainard Ave
Chicago, IL 60633
Wolf Lake Initiative
The Association for the Wolf Lake Initiative (AWLI) is a not-for-profit,501(c)(3) working consortium of groups from communities around the lake, individual users of the lake, educators, researchers and academics.