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The Mural Building: Illinois Bicentennial

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Born. Built. Grown. Those three words exemplify the past, present, and future of Illinois, as well as describe our story as a company built here, for here. They also make up the slogan of the Illinois Bicentennial, the official year-round celebration of the Prairie State’s 200th birthday. As a sponsor of this important milestone, we

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The Mural Building: Special Olympics Chicago

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Special Olympics has been advocating for children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities for half a century, and it all started right here in Chicago. The first event was held at Soldier Field in 1968 and what followed was a movement that expanded sports programs to support aspiring athletes around the globe. As Chicago’s

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The Mural Building: Susan G. Komen Chicago

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Our current mural celebrates the strength and support of Susan G. Komen Chicago in the fight against breast cancer. As our city’s chapter of this iconic organization, the nonprofit encompasses all facets of cancer care including scientific research, community support, preventative screenings, and patient-centered healing. In our mural, we used Susan G. Komen and breast

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The Mural Building: Urban Initiatives

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At Wintrust, we’re committed to this area. That’s why we’re proud to support local charities like Urban Initiatives that empower our kids to learn, grow, and explore. Through structured academic, health, and leadership programs, Urban Initiatives provides Chicago’s youth with opportunities to succeed. From sports and recess programs, to college mentorship and professional development workshops,

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The Mural Building: March of Dimes

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When Wintrust took over the lease on the iconic Mural Building along the Kennedy Expressway in 2013, the goal was to feature local non-profits, community groups and events that are improving the greater Chicago community. There’s been artwork inspired by The Great Chicago Fire Hydrants project, Ronald McDonald House Charities of Chicagoland & Northwest Indiana,

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