The Chicago Fire's goal on the field is to play hard and win. Its goal off the field is to contribute to the quality of life in Chicago and its surrounding communities. Through the Chicago Fire Foundation, the Fire is able to give back to the community by developing programs that reach out to Chicagoland's community. Since 1998, the Chicago Fire Foundation, the charitable arm of the Chicago Fire Major League Soccer Team, has made significant contributions to enhance the lives of disadvantaged youth throughout Chicagoland.
Each year, the Chicago Fire Foundation renews its commitment to improve the quality of life for youth and communities throughout Chicagoland by promoting health and wellness, education and the environment. The Foundation also supports organizations that share this vision so as to further extend the investment needed to make a meaningful impact on the lives of our children.
The Chicago Fire Foundation is a non-profit organization that helps the Chicago Fire contribute to the community through grants and contributions. With great pride, the Foundation has contributed more than $1.5 million to the Chicagoland community since its inception in 1998. This outstanding achievement gives the Chicago Fire Foundation even more reason to set its sights on grander projects for the future
Ways To Help
|Since 1998, the Chicago Fire Foundation, the charitable arm of the Chicago Fire Major League Soccer Team, has raised more than $4.5 million to enhance the lives of disadvantaged youth throughout the Chicagoland area.||Donate|
|All fans are welcome to purchase a brick paver that will be installed in the grand entry plaza and seen by thousands of Chicago Fire fans. Bricks may be personalized with a name, special date or the name of a company or club.||Bricks|
|Whether you want Sparky to surprise your guest(s) at your seats or to display a message, the Chicago Fire can help you create a memorable experience! Please choose which package best fits your needs and complete the online application.||Name In Lights|
Executive Director Chicago Fire Foundation