Events & Trainings

LCBH hosts events and trainings to build support and awareness around the issues of affordable housing and access to justice.

On Friday, April 27, 2018, Lawyers’ Committee for Better Housing’s Young Professionals Board will host its annual spring fundraising event, Housing Hoopla, where over 150 young attorneys and professionals will gather for a night of fun and working towards just housing. Attendees will get to stretch their brains with a rousing game of trivia (no legal questions allowed), enjoy delicious appetizers and drinks, and mingle with family, friends, and like-minded professionals!

38th Annual Benefit, November 1, 2018

Lawyers' Committee for Better Housing (LCBH) fights for housing justice by defending vulnerable renters against unwarranted evictions and substandard living conditions. Join us for our 38th Annual Fall Benefit and Awards ceremony honoring the volunteer attorneys who represent our clients and the community advocates who work to preserve Chicago's affordable housing.

We are honored to announce that this year’s keynote speaker is Natalie Moore, WBEZ South Side Reporter, and author of "The Southside: A Portrait of Chicago and American Segregation".

We hope to see you November 1st! Don't delay, tickets are limited.

Event Sponsorship

LCBH event sponsorship opportunities are available at various levels ($500 - $20,000+) and can be tailored to fit your specific needs or requests. LCBH also accepts in-kind donations of goods and services, such as gift certificates or prizes for LCBH's annual raffle. Your company's in-kind donations are recognized at our events, on our website, and in our Annual Report.

Calendar

LCBH hosts and promotes a variety of events throughout the year to build support and awareness around the issues of affordable housing and access to justice. From trainings and presentations to fundraising and networking events, there is something for everyone.

LCBH offers trainings on a number of issues affecting renters including renters’ rights, foreclosure, and fair housing. Trainings are designed for specific audiences to provide pertinent information. Whether you are an attorney, housing advocate, social worker, community organizer, landlord, or renter, our trainings will provide you with valuable and useful information.