Provides disaster-relief and education first-aid and CPR training.
Tuition scholarships allows access to affordable quality care education.
One-To-One mentoring programs to prevent juvenile delinquency for disadvantaged youth.
The mission of the Boy Scouts of America is to prepare young people to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetimes by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Law.
C-U at Home is a grass roots, 501 ( c )3 not-for-profit committed to serving the most vunerable homeless with emergency shelter and other vital services.
Provides counseling, senior services, and community outreach.
Provides volunteer advocates and legal representation for children who have experienced abuse and neglect in Champaign County
CU Schools Foundation is an independent, non-profit corporation designed to enhance the quality of education in Champaign-Urbana through community support of the public schools. The Foundation’s goal is to make a difference in our schools by providing culturally responsive opportunities and enriching experiences that inspire educators and motivate students for success.
Provide assistance with basic needs, connect clients with resources, and serve as a satellite site.
Courage Connection believes everyone in our community deserves the education, support, and resources to live in healthy, safe relationships. We are here to help those who face domestic violence and to encourage their success.
Provides an array of support activities connecting those over 60 to necessary basic needs which enables them to stay safe and independent in their own homes.
Crisis Nursery creates an "Island of Safety" dedicated to prevention of child abuse and neglect through 24-hour emergency care for children and support for families in crisis.
A safe community. A good education. A place to call home. Through comprehensive services including residential treatment, special education and community based services, Cunningham transforms lives by helping youth and families reach their potential.
Strives to feed the hungry in a safe respectful and inviting environment with hope and dignity regardless of race religion or ethnicity.
Supports children and adults with developmental disabilities to live a rich and meaningful life.
A youth services organization that promotes academic social physical and character development for youth ages 6 to 18.
Committed to improving the academic and behavioral health of boys & young men.
Provide services essential to refugee and immigrant resettlement in East Central Illinois, including orientation, translation, health care and legal referrals, liaison, public benefits assistance, social service counseling, advocacy, job placement and supportive employment services.
Eastern Illinois Foodbank is a hunger relief organization. We provide food for our network of more than 170 member agencies and programs in an 18-county area.
Our mission is to protect children by strengthening and supporting families. We believe that through advocacy, mentoring, outreach and counseling, strengthening families can and will be the ultimate outcome for those families served.
Helps seniors live with dignity, independence, and safety; supports children & families.
Since our founding in 1985, GCAP has collaborated with local organizations and providers to serve our community by providing educational outreach to the public, and support to those who are living with HIV/AIDS in the form of transitional housing, emergency financial assistance, and other services.
Girl Scouts builds girls of courage, confidence, and character who make the world a better place.
Offering a hand up, not a hand out, we build homes, communities, and hope in Champaign County.
We provide eligible low income and senior residents free civil legal services.
MAYC’s mission is to develop, encourage and support youth for lifelong success and we do this through out of school and afterschool programs for youth ages 6-18 in Mahomet. We provide academic supports, recreation and socialization opportunities for youth with an emphasis on positive social-emotional development. We are open to all youth but target our programs and efforts to help support lower income families.
Peace Meal Senior Nutrition Program's mission is to provide quality meals for healthier lives. We help seniors improve their nutrition, sustain their independence and enhance the quality of their life by providing meals, fellowship and connections to other needed services.
Dedicated to cultivating a healthy community through education collaboration and employment opportunities.
Operating Frances Nelson and SmileHealthy we deliver primary medical mental health and dental services to those who might otherwise go without.
Free and confidential services to those who have experienced sexual violence and to their loved ones.
Rosecrance is a leading provider of behavioral health services with nationally recognized addiction treatment programs
Salt & Light strives to share God’s love by creating opportunities for individuals to acquire the resources they need by using the skills, gifts, and abilities they already possess. Participants work in our grocery and thrift stores, attend classes, develop relationships, and build community. By developing their competence, building their confidence, and affirming their dignity we empower and equip them for lasting change.
The Stephens Family exists to deliver programming to all members of the community in the areas of fitness, youth sports and activities, senior activities, aquatics, and drop-in childcare. We also offer free mobile summer programming to the community through Y on the Fly. Scholarships are available for children and families.
Services include professional, strengths-based individual, couples, and family counseling; infant adoptions; prevention and diversion services for at-risk youth; foster care and intact family services.
The Reading Group Certified teachers provide private, one-on-one, specialized instruction using multi-sensory techniques for students of all ages who learn differently regardless of their ability to pay.
Christian organization devoted to meeting human needs in Jesus name without discrimination.
United Way of Champaign County fights to improve the health, education and financial stability of every person in our community. We are the problems solvers and the hand-raisers, bringing business, government, nonprofits and everyday people together to find solutions to our community’s toughest challenges. This year we’re focusing on improving Early Grade Level Success, supporting Community Essentials, and breaking down barriers which hold our community back from success. We believe anything is possible when we Live United.
Provides afterschool, School's Out Day activities and Summer Enrichment Camp for children.
We develop campus and community leaders committed to social justice, environmental protection, interfaith cooperation and global engagement by fostering dialogue, reflection and action.
We are in the business of eliminating racism and empowering women. Our primary programming focuses on teaching digital and essential workplace skills to low-income women, and engaging community members in understanding that racism is a public health crisis