Community. Culture. Heritage.
What can we build for you?
We strive to bring stability and hope to individuals, families and communities.
Advocacy and Education
We support the need for affordable housing and economic development in Native American and underserved communities. Our work consists in proposing practical solutions to their issues.
We foster the creation and preservation of housing for Native American and underserved communities in the Chicagoland area. We identify sites and pursue funding for new housing project to serve Native American communities, underserved and low-income individuals and families.
We provide training and technical assistance to help support job creation and economic growth in Native American, underserved communities.
We work with local and regional organizations to provide referrals and access to services.
We advocate and provide closing assistance for Native American and Underserved communities to make their dreams come true. Our team of experts offers all the support for these communities and their individuals to have access to education, housing, and jobs that supports justice for their legacy and heritage.
We believe that empowering people to pursue and conquer their goals is a matter of providing the right guidance. We’ll start from where you are right now and lead you through the process the entire way to realize your vision.
How can Visionary Ventures help me?
Our team of specialists will help you seek support, training, and funding for you and your family to have access to education, housing, and work. Your only concern is with your goals and ours is to help you and your community to achieve them.
What determines if a Native American family is eligible for assistance?
We assist Native American families, low-income, and underserved communities.
What organizations and public programs does Visionary Ventures work with?
We support leadership at Chicago American Indian Community Collaborative for education assistance; we utilize NAHASDA and operating subsidies through the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (“HUD”), and federal low-income housing tax credits (“LIHTC”) to support housing; Native Learning Center for employment as well as many others.