Jubalee Gala

Supporting performance, education and community

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The Jubalee! Gala is Chicago Human Rhythm Project’s annual celebration supporting performance, education, and community outreach programs that reach more than 20,000 people every year. Details about this year’s gala are forthcoming.

Proceeds from previous JUBALEE! Gala events supported CHRP’s summer Tap Scholarship program (which has provided hundreds of life altering scholarships to deserving, talented teens enabling them to study tap and percussive arts with world class artists) as well as year-round, free, rhythm based arts education programs in Chicago Public Schools that serve more than 10,000 children every year.

About The Chicago Community Trust:

The Chicago Community Trust is a community foundation dedicated to improving the Chicago region through strategic grant making, civic engagement and inspiring philanthropy.


They are here to serve the nonprofit organizations, the generous donors and the thoughtful residents who strive to make a difference, helping their bold vision create lasting community change. The Trust works with a number of partnerships and initiatives to accomplish this work.  As businesses, local governments, and organizations strive to solve pressing challenges, the Trust brings these key actors together. Working together, they leverage collective knowledge, creativity and resources for a greater impact than any of us can make alone.