HELPING CHICAGO'S HOMELESS
CBS News story highlighting Kevin's incredible resilience and inspiration to help the homeless in Chicago. Click the photo to see the news story.
The CHESED Homeless Prevention and Residential Center, Inc. located in Chicago/Harvey, Illinois, is focused on providing homeless clients with opportunities to develop productive skills and training across various fields. To achieve this, the center has launched several initiatives aimed at enabling individuals to improve their prospects. The first initiative is the establishment of a community kitchen that teaches food service skills. The second initiative is the opening of a resale and thrift store that offers marketing, customer service, and inventory training to homeless clients. Finally, the center is planning to open a hand car wash and detail shop to provide training in car maintenance and tire repair, further expanding the range of skills and opportunities available to those in need.
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Kevin Coachman - Founder
Kevin Dobie Coachman is a remarkable individual who has overcome significant challenges to become a renowned activist and community leader. Born and raised in Chicago, Illinois, Kevin's life took an unexpected turn when he was shot six times during a violent carjacking, resulting in his loss of sight. * Despite this adversity Kevin Dobie Coachman went on and is the founder and director of the 501(c)3 CHESED Homeless Prevention and Residential Center, which provides support and resources to the homeless and those at risk of homelessness. The organization offers a range of services, including emergency shelter, transitional housing, job training, and education programs, to help individuals and families get back on their feet. Despite being blind, Kevin has a big vision. Kevin has become a remarkable philanthropist and community leader, inspiring others to overcome adversity and work towards a better future through his work.
"Thank you, and God bless CHESED Homeless Prevention and Residential Center, Inc. in our mission to build back our communities one person at a time."