Welcome to the Resident Association of Greater Englewood (R.A.G.E.) Website!
We Welcome You to Attend our Village Meetings
…BI-MONTHLY ON THE 3RD TUESDAY OF THE MONTH -Next Meeting – Tuesday, November 17th – Location/Time: Antioch MB Church – 415 W. Englewood – 6pm-8pm – To view the RAGE or other community events click on the Calendar of Events.
Are you an asset to the community? Do you see opportunities where others see failure? Are you looking to become connected with others who are actively pursuing the betterment of Greater Englewood? Then join R.A.G.E.! E-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 866-845-1032.
You may now donate or pay your membership dues online! If you are joining RAGE please complete the membership application below and pay online! Your donations and dues will be used to help the efforts of R.A.G.E…Donate today!
Who is R.A.G.E.?
R.A.G.E. stands for the Resident Association of Greater Englewood, a resident-driven association established to build relationships with fellow residents, Englewood’s public officials, business owners and organizations. R.A.G.E. is a grassroots organization that strategizes to address community problems, creates tangible solutions (holistic and block by block) and actively seeks ways to keep fellow residents informed about the latest news in Englewood, Chicago. A need for change in Chicago’s Englewood community is apparent and a voice for the community is long overdue. R.A.G.E. is the voice speaking out to empower, educate, uplift and motivate fellow residents and stake holders on many of the issues that face the community.
Our main focus areas are Education/Youth Development, Economic Development and Civic Engagement & Empowerment in the Greater Englewood neighborhood.
You may now donate or pay your membership dues online! If you are joining RAGE please complete the membership application below! Your donations and dues will be used to help the efforts of R.A.G.E…Donate today!
Please complete above web application and pay your membership dues online today!
“Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is success.”