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BOMA/Chicago Collects Over 770K Pounds of Food for Greater Chicago Food Depository February 18, 2021 Over 140 buildings participated in the 2020 Greater Chicago Food Depository Holiday Food Drive. With the help of our members and their tenants, we raised $214,111 for the Chicagoland community. This translates into 642,333 meals and 770,800 pounds. BOMA/Chicago has…

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2020 Virtual GCFD Food Drive: Donate Through December 18! November 6, 2020 2020 Virtual GCFD Food Drive: Donate Through December 18! Over 130 BOMA/Chicago members have signed up to participate in the 2020 GCFD Virtual Holiday Food Drive. The drive will start on November 9 and end on December 18. Your monetary donations will go…

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Gold Circle Award Profile: Courtney Hamm with MB Real Estate at One North LaSalle Courtney Hamm, Vice President and General Manager with MB Real Estate at One North LaSalle, was named BOMA/Chicago’s 2020 Property Management Professional of the Year. What was your first job? My first job was working at the local mall a few…

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Over 170K Pounds of Food Collected at BOMA/Chicago’s GCFD Holiday Food Drive January 4, 2019   Over 150 buildings participated in the 2018 GCFD Holiday Food Drive. Our goal was to collect 120K pounds to feed the food insecure of Chicagoland. Our members surpassed that goal by collecting 172,712 pounds of food. We collected 58,268…

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Help Us Fight Hunger this Holiday Season Make a Food or Financial Donation through December 7 By BOMA/Chicago Each year, the Greater Chicago Food Depository (GCFD) provides meals for 1 in 6 residents living in Cook County. This translates into 810,000+ men, women and children. The JLL property management team at the Civic Opera Building (20 North…

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The Commercial Real Estate Industry Gives Back We all know the importance of giving back to those in need. However, during the recent economic downturn, people and businesses had to make some tough decisions regarding whether to donate, or to hold back. Corporate giving and philanthropic support were sometimes the first to go. In my…

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