Help Chicago Therapy Collective replace the chalk mural that they keep fresh month-to-month with a permanent installation that ensures Elise Malary’s life and legacy lives on in Andersonville and Chicago for years to come.
Permission has been granted for the installation of a mural honoring Elise on Chicago Therapy Collective and Women & Children First’s wall Clark Street & Farragut Avenue where Elise championed trans-inclusion, economic justice, and anti-racism in Andersonville. Funds will be used to cover costs of the design process, materials, labor, and upkeep for 10 years. There will be an open and competitive Request For Proposals from muralists across the city and country.
Venmo Handle @chitherapycollective
Sponsorships available. Contact [email protected].