My Block, My Hood, My City

360 CHICAGO proudly supports the efforts of a local non-profit focused on Chicago's youth

Fermer TILT will be closed on the morning of Tuesday, July 27th for regular maintenance. The observation deck and BAR 94 remain open normal hours.

A Commitment to Our Community

360 CHICAGO began working with My Block, My Hood, My City in 2017 with My Block's Explorers program. The ongoing initiative aims to provide youth from divested neighborhoods with an awareness of the world and opportunities beyond their neighborhood. 360 regularly welcomes groups of Explorers onto the 94th floor, giving them an unparalleled view of the city and a new perspective from 94 floors above their neighborhoods.

“Today’s youth have become isolated in their immediate surroundings and fail to realize that they are part of a bigger community. We offer a huge thank you to 360 CHICAGO for stepping up and supporting Chicago youth.” - Jahmal Cole, Founder of My Block, My Hood, My City

My Block, My Hood, My City's logo has become a favorite photo opp for our visitors. To us, it's not a window decal, it's a statement of intent. 360 CHICAGO believes in being an active part of the betterment of our community. 

Apart, Together
Visit 360 CHICAGO this month to see our 2020 retrospective photography exhibition. All print sales benefit M3.
Included with every admission

Young Men's Survival Summit

In 2019, 360 Chicago and M3 partnered to host a Young Men's Survival Summit, a 24-hour event aimed at providing young men with the skills necessary to succeed in underserved neighborhoods. Activities included boxing classes and workshops focused on developing skills such as how to dress for an interview and how to cook a healthy meal.

360 Solstice Sleepover

In June of 2017, 360 Chicago hosted its first ever 360 Solstice Sleepover event, with profits from ticket sales benefitting M3. Local partners joined 360 by providing products and bundling experiences for the event. Lou Malnati’s Pizzeria, Revolution Brewing, Chicago Helicopter Experience, Garrett Popcorn Shops, and Walgreens all contributed to a very memorable event. All told, over $8,000 was raised for My Block from the sleepover.

For My Block
Donate, volunteer, or buy merch to help support the efforts of My Block, My Hood, My City.
Every little bit helps.

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Sunday: 9 AM - 9 PM
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