CREDMADE is a contract packaging business that provides flexible, custom solutions to the food industry. We offer great quality, state of the art equipment, and a first-class SQF facility ---- all with a social mission at our core.
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CREDMADE, a public benefit corporation, is a subsidiary of nonprofit Chicago CRED that aims for a transformative reduction in gun violence.
CREDMADE supports Chicago CRED's mission by employing Chicagoans who are at the highest risk of violence, offering not just a job, but pathways to a career.
In collaboration with Chicago CRED, we provide wrap-around support that includes coaching, counseling, and workforce development, in a trauma-informed manufacturing environment.
A contract with CREDMADE can help your company do well by doing good. You truly are helping transform Chicago.
Because we track the career trajectory of every CREDMADE employee, we can also help you meet diversity goals and uphold the highest aspirations of your brand.
Our holistic approach helps team members overcome hurdles and achieve their goals. We can track each life impacted by the business we do with you, and can share this data if it is the kind of local impact you'd like to measure.
CREDMADE answers the need for skilled talent in Chicago's flourishing food industry. Our flexible model allows you to contract a dedicated team within our facility--or fufill your staffing needs by hiring CREDMADE-certified professionals once they've completed their apprenticeship with us
Chicago CRED, our parent company is a 501c3 decicated to achieving a transformative reduction in gun violence. CRED belives that gun violence is not a crime problem but an economic problem. By providing much-needed care and support to high-risk individuals, CRED creates pathways from the street economy to the legal economy.
Chicago CRED was founded in 2016 by Arne Duncan, former U.S. Secretary of Education, and Laurene Powell, the founder and president of Emerson Collective.