Main counterparts:

(in order of contributions)

  • Indiana State Troopers Association

  • WBBM/Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce

  • Chicago Loop Alliance - Annual Central Business District Gala

  • Hispanic American Contractors Industry Association (HACIA)

  • Chicago Children's Advocacy Center

  • Metropolitan Planning Council

  • 2007 Steuben County 4-H Livestock Auction

  • After School Matters

  • Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation

  • Susan B. Komen Foundation

United States

35,769 euros have been assigned to 15 community investment projects. These projects have benefited 17,830 people.

  • Economic development: the main projects have been related to the promotion of economic initiatives in the Chicago region (Chicago Loop Alliance - Annual Central Business District Gala) and promotion of the Hispanic American Contractors Industry Association (HACIA) to defend equal opportunities for small contractors.

  • Training and awareness raising: The Chicago Skyway raises funds for projects to promote employment of young people, such as the Spanish Coalition for Jobs (related to the Spanish community), or for extracurricular learning (After School Matters). It also collaborates with various programmes for raising awareness about child abuse and promotion of equal opportunities.

  • Arts and culture: The Indiana Toll Road has collaborated in the construction of statues to fallen soldiers promoted by the Indiana State Troopers Association.

  • Health: The Indiana Toll Road collaborates with the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation and the Susan B. Komen Foundation, an organisation that supports people who manage to beat cancer.