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*Donations to this United Way support the following agencies and projects:
Adams County RSVP Addicts Victorious
Advocacy Network for Children
American Red Cross Adams County Chapter
Big Brothers Big Sisters of West Central Illinois
Boy Scouts Mississippi Valley Council
Cheerful Home Child Care & Early Learning Center
Community for Christ Assistance Center Cornerstone: Foundations for Families
Girl Scouts of Central Illinois
Madonna House
Panther Pride Foundation for Central Schools
Quincy Catholic Charities
Quincy Family YMCA
Recovery Resources
The Salvation Army
Transitions of Western Illinois
Tri-State Audio Information Service
YWCA of Quincy
United Way - Volunteer Income Tax Assistance
United Way - Quincy Area Partnership for Unmet Needs
United Way - Education Initiative United Way - Income Initiative United Way - Health Initiative
(217) 222-5020
*Donations to this United Way support the following agencies:
American Red Cross Camp New Hope Catholic Charities
Charleston Area Churches Food Pantry Charleston Baseball Association
Charleston Civic Association
Charleston Community Day Care Center Charleston Girls’ Softball Association Charleston JFL/Cheerleading Program Charleston Transitional Facility
Children’s Assistance Fund
Children’s Advocacy Center of E. Central IL Coalition for People in Need
Coles County CASA
Coles County Council on Aging
Coles County Habitat for Humanity
Cumberland Associates Senior Program
CUP Prison Support Program
Eastern Illinois Foodbank
Girl Scouts of Southern Illinois
HOPE of East Central Illinois
Illinois Coalition for Community Services
Lincoln Trails Council, BSA
Mattoon Area Family YMCA Mattoon Area P.A.D.S.
Mattoon Community Food Center
Mattoon Recreation Association
Mid-Illinois Big Brothers Big Sisters
One Hope United
Paradise Equestrian Therapy Center
Peace Meal Senior Nutrition Program
Salvation Army
Sexual Assault Counseling and Information Service
Standing Stone Community Center
WEIU – Raising Readers
(217) 234-8022
Our community impact fund is being invested toward our four community goals of Education; Health and Well-Being; Financial Stability; and Community Basics.  There are 67 funded programs that address impact in those areas.
(217) 352-5151
006-0020American Red Cross – Central Illinois Chapter
Provides disaster relief and education, first aid and CPR training. Health and safety education for children and emergency services to military veterans and their families.
(217) 351-5861
006-0023Anabel Huling Early Learning Center in Rantoul
Tuition scholarships enables working families; families with multiple children and families with "at risk" populations to access affordable, quality care, education and special needs intervention.
(217) 892-2139
006-0025Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Illinois
Premier youth mentoring organization helping children reach their potential through professionally supported one-to-one relationships.
(217) 355-2227
006-0030Catholic Charities
Provides social services including counseling, senior services and community outreach throughout Champaign and Piatt counties and a food pantry in Tolono.
(309) 636-8000
006-0040The Center For Women In Transition
Provides award-winning housing and supportive services to empower women and children who are homeless or who are victims of domestic violence.
(217) 239-2803
006-0042The Center for Youth and Family Solutions
Services include professional strengths-based individual, couples and family counseling; infant adoption services; prevention and diversion services for at-risk youth, and foster care service.
(309) 788-9581
006-0045Champaign County Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA)
Provides volunteer advocates to speak up for the best interests of abused and neglected children in Champaign County.
(217) 384-9065
006-0050Stephens Family YMCA (Champaign County YMCA)
The YMCA provides recreational, childcare, and fitness programming that focusses on developing health spirits, minds and bodies for all ages, genders, and ethnic backgrounds.
(217) 359-9622
006-0060Champaign Urbana Schools Foundation
This organization is building a stronger community by developing and supporting innovative programs to make all Champaign-Urbana public school students college/career ready.
(217) 398-2873
006-0070Church Women United Clothing Center
Back to School Day is held the second Saturday of August at the Church Women United Clothing Center in Rantoul.  Approx. 350 K-8 children receive free shoes, socks, underwear, school supplies, book bags, dental exams and haircuts.
(217) 892-9499  
006-0080Community Service Center of Northern Champaign County
We provide assistance with basic needs, information and referral, along with neighborhood based youth services and also serve as a satellite site for various human service agencies from  Champaign/Urbana.
(217) 893-1530
006-0100Crisis Nursery
Prevention of child abuse and neglect through provision of 24-hour emergency care for children and support to strengthen families in crisis.
(217) 337-2731
006-0101Cunningham Children's Home
Offers emotional, social, educational and spiritual support to children, youth and families by providing a safe, nurturing therapeutic environment to enhance personal growth and healing.
(217) 367-3728
006-0105Daily bread Soup Kitchen
Strives to feed the hungry in a safe, respectful, and inviting environment, with hope and dignity, regardless of race, religion, or ethnicity. 
(217) 356-7687
006-0110Developmental Services Center
Residential and employment services are provided to adults with developmental disabilities ensuring participation in their communities. Early intervention is provided to children with special needs.
(217) 356-9176
006-0120Don Moyer Boys and Girls Club
A youth services organization that promotes academic, social, physical, and character development for youth ages 6 to 18.
(217) 355-5437
006-0130Eastern Illinois Foodbank
The Foodbank works to alleviate hunger by providing a consistent source of food and grocery products for agencies and programs serving the hungry.
(217) 328-3663
006-0140East Central Illinois Refugee Mutual Assistance Center
E.C.I.R.M.A.C provides service in 8 languages to immigrants/refugees from Champaign County helping with adjustment, counseling, mediation, advocacy, transalation, interpretation, citizenship, eployment and educational workshops.
(217) 344-8455
To strengthen families in crisis and families involved in the child welfare system through advocacy and outreach.
(217) 607-0546
006-0150Family Service of Champaign County
Helps seniors live with dignity, independence and safety and supports safe and nurturing environments for children. Provides information and referral to other community resources.
(217) 352-0099
006-0160Promise Healthcare
Operating Frances Nelson and SmileHealthy, we deliver primary medical, mental health and dental services to those who might otherwise go without.
(217) 356-1558
006-0170Greater Community AIDS Project of East Central Illinois
Works to provide connections to supportive services for those living with HIV, reducing the transmission of the virus and reducing HIV stigma. 
(217) 351-2437
006-0180Girl Scouts of Central Illinois
Girl Scouts assists in developing qualities and traits that serve girls throughout their lives such as leadership, social conciousness, self-esteem, and a structured value system.
(217) 328-5112
006-0190Habitat for Humanity of Champaign County
Making adequate housing a matter of conscience and action through home building thus improving the lives of families needing safe, decent, and affordable housing. 
(217) 819-5111
006-0205Land of Lincoln Legal Assistance Foundation, Inc.
Provides free quality legal assistance to resolve the critically important legal problems of low income and elderly persons through legal advice, representation and education.
(618) 398-0574
006-0207Mahomet Area Youth Club
Afterschool programs through our B.L.A.S.T. program in partnership with the Mahomet/Seymour School District.  Additional programming at the Clubhouse during holidays and the summer.  Follow us on Facebook.
(217) 586-6323
006-0220Community Elements, Inc.
Provide behavioral health/wellness services including Therapy, Case Management, Psychiatry, Prevention/Education, Residential options, and Shelter Services for a wide range of consumers.
(217) 398-8080
006-0244Prosperity Gardens, Inc.
Through neighborhood farming, Prosperity Gardens is dedicated to cultivating a healthy community through education, collaboration and employment opportunities.  At-risk youth are introduced to career paths in agriculture, marketing, entrepreneurship, nutr
(217) 419-2955
006-0245Prairie Center Health Systems
Provides a continuum of substance abuse and addiction treatment services for adolescents, adults, and families in East Central Illinois.
(217) 328-4500
006-0246Races-Rape, Advocacy, Counseling & Education Services
A community based rape crisis center with services that include a 24-hour rape crisis hotline; confidential counseling; medical and legal advocacy; and public education.  All services are free and confidential.
(217) 344-6298
006-0248Salt and Light
Our vision is to equip those in poverty with the tools they need to create lasing change in their lives, while sharing God's lover for them.
(217) 355-5654
006-0250Boy Scouts of America, Prairielands Council
Offering values, education, and character development to over 2,700 young people and their families throughout East Central Illinois and Western Indiana.
(217) 356-7291
006-0255The Reading Group
Individualized 1:1 specialized instruction for students with learning disabilites, especially dyslexia, basic math skills, study skills, ESL, writing, test prep, and S/L difficulties.
(217) 351-9144
006-0260The Salvation Army of Champaign County
We provide basic human needs and disaster services including food, clothing, utilities and housing for homeless men and residents of Champaign County, Illinois.
(217) 373-7832
006-0270Urbana Neighborhood Connections Center
Provides academic, social-emotional and recreational supplements for children in grades K-12 through our Afterschool Study Center (3pm-5pm M/F), School Out Day activities (8am-5pm) and Summer Enrichment Camp (8am-5pm M/F).  College and Career Readiness en
(217) 954-1749
006-0280YMCA of the University of Illinois
Develops student leaders that work for social justice, promotes global engagement,  encourage faith in action and protect the enviornment.
(217) 337-1500
006-0290YWCA of the University of Illinois
Established in 1884, the YWCA of the University of Illinois is dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women and promoting peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all. 
(217) 344-0721

(217) 824-8404  
007-0010American Red Cross - Illinois Capital Area Chapter
Disaster relief, community disaster education, health and safety training, emergency communication between military members and their families.
(217) 522-3357
007-0025Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Illinois Capital Region
To build friendships which develop confident, competent and caring youth.
(217) 753-1216
007-0030Boy Scouts of America Abraham Lincoln Council
Developing character and integrity in youth through scouting program. 
(217) 529-2727
007-0040Boy Scouts of America Lincoln Trails Council
Developing character and integrity in youth through scouting program.
(217) 429-2326  
007-0055Camp New Hope
Provides a safe and caring camp for people with developmental disabilities to experience fund and companionship, aloowing a break for families and caregivers.
(217) 895-2341  
007-0060Christian County Ag Literacy
Increases agriculture literacy through K-12 education with Ag-in-the-classroom programs.
(217) 287-7246  
007-0061Christian County CEFS - Food Pantry
Provides opportunities for people through education and support to achieve and maintain self-sufficiency.
(217) 824-4712  
007-0062Christian County Creating Entrepreneurial Opportunities
Provide high school seniors with the tools and opportunities to return to their hometown to start a successful business, create and retain job, and encourage entrepreneurship.
007-0065Christian County Historical Society (Student Educational Tours)
Annually provides 500 students (preschool-high) educational/historical tours.
(217) 824-6708  
007-0066Christian County Prevention Coalition
Works for a community free of abuse by our youth of alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs by mobilizing the community through education, programs, policy changes, and family communication.
(217) 287-7246  
007-0070Senior Citizens of Christian County
Daily meals, transportation and recreational programs for older adults.
(217) 824-4263  
007-0080Christian County YMCA Scholarships
Over 400 individuals benefit from valued-based programming to include after school/summer child care, youth sports, teen center and swimming lessons.
(217) 287-7271  
007-0085Community Mission Center
Serving those in need in Christian county with clothing, furniture, household and hygiene items.
(217) 823-0866  
007-0095Faith in Action
Assists the elderly, homebound, disabled and their families to maintain their independence, dignity, and quality of life by providing minor home repairs, transportation, respite care and errand running, which allows individuals to remain independent in th
(217) 562-6236  
007-0097Five Loaves and Two Fish
Provides food to those who struggle financially and live in the Mt. Auburn area.
(217) 676-5821  
007-0100Girl Scouts of Central Illinois
Building girls (ages 5-17) of courage, confidence and character, who make the world a better place.
(217) 523-8159
007-0101Girls on the Run
Inspiring girls to be joyful, healthy and confident, using a fun, experience-based curriculum that creatively integrates running.
007-0105Jesus Loves You Ministries
Van ministry providing transportation to those without transportation to court, probation, and drug assessment appointments.
(217) 827-7392  
007-0110Loving Arms Crisis Pregnancy Center
Provides support and assistance to individuals facing an unplanned pregnancy and/or related issues.
(217) 824-7200  www.lacpc
007-0111Lutheran Children and Family Services
Providing trauma informed therapy to those in need as well as other social service disciplines.
(800)363-LCFS (5237)  
007-0115Missions for Taylorville
Provides home maintenance and repair at no charge to the homeowner, usually completing in one day.
007-0130Pana EMS
Provides first response medical care in Pana and surrounding area.
(217) 562-2077  
007-0140Taylorville Community Garden
Provides access to a community garden experience while cultivating community through education and locally grown food.
(217) 824-8181  
007-0150Taylorville Ministerial Association
Local churches collaborate to provide short-term aid to people in need.
(217) 720-7211  
007-0160SHADOW Home
A faith-based transitional residency for homeless women and their children.
(217) 824-2001  
007-0170Youth Service Bureau
Providing services, which include safe shelter and counseling to abused, neglected, runaway and homeless youth.
(217) 529-8300  
007-0180United Cerebral Palsy
Educational, recreational, therapeutic and socialization opportunities for youth with disabilities up to age 21.
(217) 525-6522
007-0220U of I Extension Christian County 4-H
Provides 4-H groups with practical life skill materials to help youth succeed in the real world.
(217) 287-7246
007-0225Midland Area Food Pantry
Provides food to those who struggle financially and live in the Midland/South Fork area.
(217) 237-2360  
007-0230Kemmerer Village
The Equine Therapy Program allows children to learn about themselves, other people and how to interact with the world.
(217) 226-4451  
008-0000Arthur United Fund

(217) 543-2111  
016-0000United Way of Metropolitan Chicago
(312) 906-2350
016-2067Neopolitan Lighthouse

016-2068SGA Youth & Family Services

016-2072Academy for Urban School Leadership (AUSL)

016-2073Access Living of Metropolitan Chicago

016-2081Association House of Chicago

016-2088Brighton Park Neighborhood Council

016-2089B.U.I.L.D., Inc.

016-2093Carole Robertson Center for Learning

016-2097Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Chicago (Metro Chicago)

016-2099Casa Central

016-2100Center for Economic Progress
The Center for Economic Progress helps hard-working, low-income families move from financial uncertainty to financial security.
(312) 630-0280
016-2101Center for Community Arts Partnerships at Columbia College Chicago

016-2103Chicago Child Care Society

016-2105The Chicago Lighthouse for People Who Are Blind or Visually Impaired

016-2106Chicago House and Social Service Agency

016-2111Chicago Urban League

016-2112City Year

016-2113Chicago Youth Center

016-2115Children’s Home + Aid (Metro Chicago)

016-2117Chinese American Service League, Inc.

016-2118Chinese Mutual Aid Association

016-2120Christopher House

016-2131El Valor Corporation

016-2132Enlace Chicago

016-2133Erie Neighborhood House

016-2138Family Rescue

016-2144Heartland Alliance for Human Needs & Human Rights

016-2146Heartland Human Care Services, Inc.
Heartland Alliance for Human Needs & Human Rights.
016-2147Heartland International Health Center

016-2148Arab American Action Network

016-2149Asian Human Services

016-2151Howard Brown Health Center

016-2152BEDS Plus Care, Inc.

016-2154Breakthrough Urban Ministries

016-2156Cabrini Green Legal Aid

016-2157Center for Changing Lives

016-2158Center for Community Academic Success Partnership

016-2159Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Chicago

016-2160Central States SER - Jobs for Progress, Inc.

016-2161Chicago Commons Association

016-2164Chinese American Service League

016-2165Ladder Up

016-2166Connections for the Homeless

016-2167El Hogar del Nino

016-2168Erie Family Health Center

016-2169Esperanza Health Centers

016-2170Lawrence Hall Youth Services

016-2171Family Focus Inc

016-2172Legal Assistance Foundation of Metropolitan Chicago

016-2173Gads Hill Center

016-2175Gary Comer Youth Center

016-2176Henry Booth House

016-2177Holy Family Ministries

016-2179Inner-City Muslim Action Network

016-2180Instituto del Progreso Latino

016-2181Jane Addams Resource Corporation

016-2182Metropolitan Family Services (Metro Chicago)

016-2183La Casa Norte

016-2184Mujeres Latinas En Accion

016-2185Namaste Charter School

016-2186Lawyers' Committee for Better Housing

016-2187Near North Health Services Corporation

016-2188New Life Centers of Chicagoland

016-2189North Lawndale Employment Network

016-2190Northwest CASA

016-2191Oak Park River Forest Food Pantry

016-2192Project: VISION, Inc

016-2193Restaurant Opportunity Center of Chicago

016-2194Southwest Organizing Project

016-2195The Children's Place Association

016-2196Teen Living Programs

016-2200American Red Cross of Greater Chicago

016-2205Safer Foundation (Metro Chicago)

016-2206Salvation Army, The (Metro Chicago)

016-2210The Cara Program


016-2214St. Leonard’s Ministries

016-2221YMCA - Metropolitan Chicago

016-2222YWCA - Metropolitan Chicago

016-2223Youth Guidance

016-2226Aunt Martha’s Youth Service Center, Inc. (Metro Chicago)

016-2575Esperanza Community Services

016-2579Access Community Health Network (Metro Chicago)

016-2597Inspiration Corporation

016-2891AIDS Foundation of Chicago

016-2892Apna Ghar, Inc. (Our Home)

016-2894Changing Worlds

016-2899Connections for Abused Women and their Children

016-2900Deborah's Place

016-2933Team Englewood
To aid and encourage positive development by engaging in joint ventures, direct investment and advocacy on behalf of the community.
(773) 602-4508  
016-2940The Resurrection Project

016-2950Young Men's Education Network (YMEN)
To prepare young men in North Lawndale for leadership by helping youth grow in their faith and character, develop a love for learning, and use their talents to serve the broader community.
(773) 852-9830
017-0000North Shore United Way
(847) 674-2668
017-2097Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Chicago (North Shore)

017-2172Legal Assistance Foundation of Metropolitan Chicago (North Shore)

017-2455Family Service: Prevention, Education & Counseling (North Shore)

017-2466Haven Youth & Family Services

017-2468Housing Options for the Mentally Ill

017-2469Infant Welfare Society of Evanston

017-2472Josselyn Center, The

017-2494Tri-Con Child Care Center

017-2505Youth Organizations Umbrella, Inc.

018-0000United Way North-Northwest
(847) 768-1074
018-2115Children's Home + Aid (Northwest Suburban)

018-2154Hanul Family Alliance (Northwest Suburban)
formerly Korean American Senior Center.
018-2159Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Chicago (Northwest Suburban)

018-2182Metropolitan Family Services (Northwest Suburban)

018-2206Salvation Army, The (Northwest Suburban)

018-2221YMCA of Metropolitan Chicago (Northwest Suburban)

018-2328Life Span (Northwest Suburban)

018-2366Bridge Youth and Family Services, The

018-2371Centro de Information


018-2382Countryside Association for People with Disabilities

018-2384Ecker Center for Mental Health

018-2393Glenkirk (Northwest Suburban)
Also serves United Way of North Shore.
018-2405Northwest CASA

018-2411Palatine Township Senior Citizens Council

018-2496Turning Point Behavioral Health Care Center

018-2508YWCA Evanston/North Shore (Northwest Suburban)

018-2579Access Community Health Network (Northwest Suburban)

018-2610Children's Advocacy Center of North & Northwest Cook County (Northwest Suburban)

018-2630Palatine Opportunity Center

018-2650The Center Resources for Teaching and Learning

018-2651Boys & Girls Clubs of Dundee Township

018-2700Aunt Martha's Youth Services Center and Health Center

018-2701Erie Family Health Center

018-2702HandsOn Subruban Chicago

018-2703Heartland Alliance for Human Needs & Human Rights

018-2704Korean American Community Services

018-2705WINGS Program, Inc.

018-2706Northwest Compass

(708) 731-1328
019-2097Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Chicago (South/Southwest)

019-2172Legal Assistance Foundation of Metropolitan Chicago (South/Southwest)

019-2182Metropolitan Family Services (South/Southwest)

019-2186National Kidney Foundation of Illinois

019-2194National Able Network, Inc.

019-2205Safer Foundation (South/Southwest)

019-2206Salvation Army, The (South/Southwest)

019-2221YMCA of Metropolitan Chicago (South/Southwest)

019-2222YWCA of Metropolitan Chicago (South/Southwest)

019-2226Aunt Martha's Youth Service Center, Inc. (South/Southwest)

019-2228Blue Island Citizens for Persons with Developmental Disabilities, Inc.

019-2231Bremen Youth Services

019-2242Crisis Center for South Suburbia

019-2257SouthSTAR Services

019-2258IL-WI Regional Sertoma Center for Communicative Disorders

019-2261Harold Colbert Jones Memorial Community Center

019-2262Family Service: Prevention, Education & Counseling

019-2270Park Lawn School & Activity Center, Inc.

019-2271PLOWS Council on Aging

019-2273Respond Now

019-2278Sertoma Centre, Inc. (South/Southwest)

019-2280South Suburban Council on Alcoholism and Substance Abuse, The

019-2281South Suburban Family Shelter, Inc.

019-2286Together We Cope

019-2324Pillars (South/Southwest)

019-2710Ford Heights Community Service Organization, Inc.

019-2716Southland Health Care Forum

019-2717Southland Hispanic Leadership Council

019-2718Southwest Community Services, Inc.

019-2720Cabrini Green Legal Aid

019-2721Center for Economic Progress

019-2722Illinois Action for Children

019-2723Lutheran Child and Family Services of Illinois

019-2724Restoration Ministries, Inc.

020-0000United Way of DuPage/West Cook
(630) 645-6352
020-2000Access Community Health Network (DuPage West Cook)

020-2005Access DuPage/DuPage Health Coalition
Provide access to medical services to low-income, medically uninsured residents of DuPage County.
(630) 510-8694
020-2076Aging Care Connections

020-2125Corazon Community Services (DuPage/West Cook)

020-2274West Suburban P.A.D.S.

020-2302Breaking Free

020-2303Bridge Communities, Inc.

020-2307Center for Independence through Conductive Education

020-2312Catholic Charities, Diocese of Joliet

020-2314Family Service and Mental Health Center of Cicero

020-2315Thrive Counceling Center

020-2316Community Career Center

020-2319DuPage PADS

020-2320DuPage Senior Citizens Council
020-2321Easter Seals DuPage and the Fox Valley Region

020-2324Pillars (DuPage West Cook)

020-2325Family Focus, Inc. (DuPage West Cook)

020-2326Family Shelter Service

020-2328Hamdard Center for Health and Human Services

020-2331Oak Park-River Forest Day Nursery


020-2337Aspire of Illinois
Our mission is to provide people with developmental disabilities quality lifetime supports and opportunities to achieve their individual highest human potential where they live, learn, work or play.
(708) 547-3550
020-2343Sarah's Inn (DuPage West Cook)

020-2356Youth Crossroads

020-2430Legal Assistance Foundation of Metropolitan Chicago (DuPage West Cook)

020-2431Leyden Family Service and Mental Health Center

020-2440Literacy Volunteers of DuPage/Literacy DuPage

020-2450Loaves & Fishes Community Pantry

020-2460Metropolitan Family Services (DuPage West Cook)

020-2475Nami of DuPage

020-2495Outreach Community Ministries

020-2500People's Resource Center

020-2520Children's Clinic, The

020-2521Prairie State Legal Services (DuPage West Cook)

020-2560Salvation Army, The (DuPage West Cook)

020-2580Teen Parent Connection

020-2583West Suburban Senior Services

020-2600Vision of Restoration, Inc.

020-2630World Relief DuPage

020-2650YMCA of Metropolitan Chicago (DuPage West Cook)

020-2655360 Youth Services

020-2657BEDS Plus Care, Inc

020-2659Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Chicago (DuPage/WestCook)

020-2660Community House, The

020-2661HCS Family shelter

020-2662Helping Hand Center

020-2663Ladder Up

020-2664Mujeres Latinas en Accion (DuPage/West Cook)

020-2665Naperville Cares

020-2666Oak Park River Food Pantry

020-2667Ray Graham Association

020-2668Solutions for Care

020-2669United Cerebal Palsy Seguin of Greater Chicago

020-2670VNA Health Care

020-2671Walk-In Ministry of Hope

020-2672Youth Outreach Services

020-2673West Suburban Senior Services

*Donations to this United Way support the following agencies:
Catholic Charities
Counseling & Information for Sexual Assault/
Abuse (C.A.I.S.A.)
Creating Responsible Adults Developing Life Skills
& Esteem (C.R.A.D.L.E.)
CrossTies Christian Ministries
Girl Scouts of Southern Illinois
Lawrence Crawford Association for Exceptional
Lincoln Trails (BSA)
Palestine Food Pantry
RENEW Drug Court
Teen Reach ACE After School and Summer Success
The Guardian Center
*Donations to this United Way support the following agencies:
American Red Cross
Ben Gordon Center
CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates)
Catholic Charities
Children’s Home + Aid
Children’s Learning Center
Community Coordinated Child Care (4-C)
DeKalb County Youth Service Bureau
Elder Care Services
Epilepsy Foundation of North/Central Illinois Family Service Agency of DeKalb County
The Growing Place
Hope Haven
KishHealth System Hospice
Kishwaukee Family YMCA Opportunity House, Inc. Prairie State Legal Services RAMP
Safe Passage, Inc. Sycamore Child Care
The Pay-It-Forward House
Voluntary Action Center
Youth Outlook
(815) 756-7522
*Donations to this United Way support the following agencies:
Ben Gordon Community Mental Health Center
Boy Scouts of America
Community Coordinated Child Care
DeKalb County Hospice
DeKalb County Youth Service Bureau
Epilepsy Foundation of North Central Illinois
Family Service Agency of DeKalb County
Genoa-Kingston Food Pantry
Genoa-Kingston Rescue Squad
Genoa Main Street
Genoa Preschool
Girl Scouts of Northern Illinois
Hope Haven of DeKalb County
Kishwaukee Valley Heritage Society
Oaken Acres Wildlife Center
Opportunity House
Safe Passage
Voluntary Action Center
(815) 784-6282
066-0000Waterman Community Chest
*Donations to this Waterman Community Chest support the following agencies:
American Legion Auxiliary
Ben Gordon
DeKalb County Hospice
Family Service Agency Hope Haven
Indian Creek Education Foundation
Love, Inc.
N.I.C.E. (Neighbors in Christ Ecumenical Center)
Open Door
Open Hands Preschool
Opportunity House
Red Cross (DeKalb County Chapter) Safe Passage
Salvation Army
Scouting Grants (Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, Girl
Scouts, Brownies, Daisies)
UMPEC (United Methodist Presbyterian
Emergency Care)
Voluntary Action Center
Waterman Area Heritage Society
Waterman Summer Recreation
(815) 264-7905  
*Donations to this United Way support the following agencies:
Big Brothers Big Sisters Mid-Illinois
Blessing in a Backpack
Boy Scouts of America – Lincoln Trail Council
CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate)
of Effingham County
Catholic Charities
CEFS Golden Circle Nutrition Program
CEFS Literacy Program
CEFS Retired Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) Effingham Child Development Center
Effingham County FISH Human Services Effingham County Search & Rescue Effingham County Youth Commission Girl Scouts of Southern Illinois
Heartland Human Services
One Hope United
Senior Services of Effingham County
Sexual Assault and Family Emergencies (SAFE)
Strategic Training & Restoration (STAR)
Stop Woman Abuse Now (SWAN)
Unit 40 Mentoring Program
(217) 342-3824
*Donations to this United Way support the following agencies:
Big Brothers Big Sisters
Boy Scouts
Camp Big Sky
Canton Family YMCA
Fulton-Mason Crisis Service
Fulton County Girl Scouts Habitat   for Humanity
Health and Wellness Clinic of Fulton County
Red Cross
Salvation Army, The
Youth Acres
(309) 647-1825
*Donations to this United Way support the following agencies:
American Red Cross – Wabash Valley Chapter
Boy Scouts of America, Lincoln Trail Council
Compassionate Clothing Closet
Compassionate Food Ministries Chester P. Sutton Senior Center
East Central Illinois Mass Transit District
Edgar County Homeless Organization
Faith in Action
Girl Scouts of America, Southern Illinois Council
Grace Lutheran Child Development Center
HOPE of East Central Illinois
Human Resources Center
Imagination Library
Paris Community Nurse
Paris Girls’ Softball Association
Paris Youth Baseball
Paris Youth Football
Thanksgiving Fellowship Association
The Salvation Army
The REC Center
University of Illinois Extension
(217) 465-7601 EXT 131  
Improving lives by uniting the caring power of communities.
(815) 942-4430
089-0010American Red Cross
(815) 729-6100
089-0020Boy Scouts/Rainbow Council
(815) 942-4550
089-0030Catholic Charities
(815) 941-2560
089-0040Crisis Line of Will & Grundy County
(815) 942-6611
089-0050Easter Seals Joliet Region, Inc.
(815) 725-2194
089-0060Grundy County Community Volunteer Hospice
(815) 942-8525
089-0061Grundy County Drug Court
089-0070Grundy County 4-H / University of IL Extension
(815) 942-2725
089-0080Guardian Angel Community Services
(815) 729-0930
089-0090Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Will & Grundy Counties
(815) 725-4324
089-0100Breaking Away, Inc.
(815) 941-3261  
089-0110Illinois Valley Industries
(815) 942-6133
089-0120Prairie States Legal Services, Inc.
(800) 892-7888
089-0130Salvation Army
(309) 655-7220 ext. 143
089-0140Stepping Stones, Inc.
(815) 744-4555
089-0150Girl Scouts of Greater Chicago & Northwest Indiana
(815) 723-3449
089-0160United Cerebral Palsy of Illinois Prairieland
(815) 744-3500
089-0170We Care of Grundy County
(815) 942-6389
089-0180Will-Grundy Center forIndependent Living
(815) 729-0162
089-0190Will-Grundy Medical Clinic
(815) 726-3377
089-0210Family Counseling Agency / Trinity Services
(815) 722-4384
089-0220Senior Services Center of Will County
(815) 723-9713
089-0230Community Nutrition Network
(815) 941-1590
089-0240Child Care Resource and Referral
(815) 741-1163
089-0260Breaking Free
(630) 897-1003
089-0270Joliet Area Community Hospice
(815) 740-4104
089-0290Morris Hospital and Healthcare Centers
*Kewanee Area United Way also covers 100% of Stark County 50% of Henry County.      *Heart of Illinois Does Not cover Stark County.
(309) 853-5158
After school program.
(309) 853-3333  
091-0010Abilities Plus
Serving the developmentally disabled.
(309) 852-4626  
091-0020Alternatives for the Older Adult
Senior care.
(800) 798-0988  
091-0021Aunt Martha's
Health care.
(708) 747-7116  
091-0025Big Brothers/Big Sisters
Youth development.
(563) 323-8006  
Children's Advocacy Center
091-0030Illowa Council Boy Scouts
Youth development.
(563) 388-7233  
Mental health services.
(309) 344-2323  
091-0050Center for Youth and Family Solutions
Family counseling.
(309) 788-9581  
091-0070Freedom House
Domestic violence support.
(815) 872-0087  
091-0080Girl Scouts of Eastern IA & Western IL
Youth development.
(309) 788-0833  
091-0110American Red Cross of the Quad Cities Area
Disaster relief.
091-0120Salvation Army
Crisis intervention.
(309) 853-4192  
091-0140Kewanee Y.M.C.A.
Family health and wellness.
(309) 853-4431  
091-0150Henry County Youth Services Bureau
Youth crisis intervention.
(309) 852-0161  
091-0180Kewanee Food Pantry
Community assistance.
(309) 852-3577  
091-0190Galva Kids First
Day care.
(309) 932-8303  
091-0200Henry County Senior Citizens
Senior services, activities, and assistance.
(309) 853-8831  
Step Ladder Tutoring Program
*Donations to this United Way support the following agencies:
African American Men of Unity
Association for Individual Development
Aurora Interfaith Food Pantry
Breaking Free, Inc.
Camp Fire USA Illinois Camp Kishwaukee
CASA-Kane County CASA-Kendall County
Catholic Charities of Aurora
Child Care Resource and Referral
Community Benefits
Community Career Center
Day One Network
Elderday Center, Inc.
Family Counseling Service
Family Focus
Fox Valley Academy of Music
Fox Valley Hospice
Fox Valley Family YMCA
Girl Scouts of Northern Illinois
Golden Harvesters Senior Citizens
H.A.L.T. Club
Hope for Tomorrow, Inc.
Joseph Corporation
Kendall County Food Pantry
Kendall County Health Department
Marie Wilkinson Child Development Center
Mutual Ground
Operation Snowball
Oswego Family YMCA
People for Childcare
Plano Youth Athletic Association
Prairie State Legal Services
Public Action to Deliver Shelter
Quad County Urban League
Rebuilding Together Aurora
R.I.T.A.S Ministry
Salvation Army
Salvation Army Golden Diners
Senior Services
Suicide Prevention
Three Fires Council Boy Scouts
Triple Threat Mentoring
VNA Health Care
World Relief
YMCA Metropolitan Chicago
YWCA Aurora
(630) 896-4636
*Donations to this United Way support the following agencies:
AID – Assists Developmentally Disabled
Batavia Apartments – After School Tutoring program,
Summer Camp
Boy Scouts / Three Fires Counsel – Batavia
Apartment troop
CASA Kane county – Child Advocates
Day One Network – Provides counseling to assist
Parents with children with disabilities
Elderday Center, Inc. – Day services for seniors.
Fox Valley Volunteer Hospice
Lazarus House – Homeless Shelter and
Emergency Assistance
Literacy Volunteers Fox Valley
RSVP/Batavia – Prescription Assistance to Seniors
Salvation Army - Golden Diners Meal  Program
Senior Services, Inc.
Suicide Prevention Services, Inc.
Tri-City Health Partnership – Free medical facility
Tri-City Family Services – Counseling services
Valley Sheltered Workshop - Work program for adults
Water Street Studios after School Program –
Art program for school age children in need.
(630) 879-4041

(847) 741-2259  
099-0020Association for Individual Development
Vocational and independent living skills to developmentally challenged individuals.
(847) 931-6200  
099-0030Salvation Army Golden Diners
Nutritionally balanced meals in both congregate and homebound settings to participants 60 years of age and their spouses.
(630) 232-6676  
099-0050Boys & Girls Club of Elgin
Educational enhancement programs with a variety of learning activities.
(847) 608-5017  
099-0100Community Crisis Center
Comprehensive services to victims of domestic violence and rape; and 24- hour emergency assistance.
(847) 697-2380  
099-0108Easter Seals DuPage and Fox Valley Region
Early intervention program providing therapy to children with developmental disabilities ages birth to three years old.
(847) 742-3264  
099-0110Ecker Center for Mental Health
Quality accessible mental health services and case management.
(847) 695-0484  
099-0130One Hope United
Day care for infants and children for low-income families.
(847) 697-7100  
099-0140Family Service Association
Family, marital, group and individual therapy.
(847) 695-3680  
099-0150Food for Greater Elgin
Client choice food pantry with expanded hours including evenings and weekends.
(847) 931-9330  
099-0165Greater Elgin Family Care Center
Adult dental care for low-income residents.
(847) 608-1344  
099-0177The Literacy Connection
Volunteer instruction for adults in basic reading and English as a second language.
(847) 742-6565  
099-0180Northern Illinois Food Bank
Backpack program providing children with food during weekends and school vacations.
(630) 443-6910  
099-0200PADS of Elgin (Public Action to Deliver Shelter)
Overnight emergency shelter and case management program for individuals and families and the homeless meals program.
(847) 608-9744  
099-0230Salvation Army
Emergency assistance.
(847) 741-2304  
099-0240Senior Services Associates
Case management, elder abuse investigation, information and referral services, and nursing home ombudsman services for senior residents.
(847) 741-0404; 24-hour senior line: (800) 942-1724  
099-0280Well Child Center
Pediatric dental care services.
(847) 741-7370  
099-0295Youth Leadership Academy
Academic tutoring to youth cadets helping them prepare for college.
(847) 214-6910  
099-0300YWCA Elgin
After-school activities, childcare and family literacy.
(847) 742-7930  
100-0000United Way
As the largest private funder of health and human services, United Ways across Illinois invest in LOCAL services helping children, individuals and families in need.
102-0000Elburn, St. Charles, Geneva, Campton Hills, LaFox, WASCO and Kaneville
*Donations to this United Way supports the following agencies:
Association for Individual Development
Bethlehem Lutheran Church
Community Crisis Center
Conley Outreach Services
Ecker Center for Mental Health, Inc.
Elderday Center
Fox Valley Christian Action DayOne Network
Girl Scouts of Northern Illinois
Lazarus House
Literacy Volunteers for Fox Valley
Prairie Legal Services
Renz Addiction Counseling Center
Salvation Army Golden Diners
Salvation Army
Suicide Prevention Services
The Unemployment Group
Tri City Family Services
Tri City Corps Senior Services Associates
Tri City Family Partnership
Well Child Center
(630) 377-1930
(815) 932-7476
103-0010American Red Cross
Disaster aid, health and safety training, blood program.
(815) 933-2286
103-0015Aunt Martha's Youth Service Center
Provides complete health and social services for family members of all ages, including a variety of programs and services designed to provide a full continuum of care for children, teens and families.
103-0030Boy Scouts of America, Rainbow Council
Programs for boys and girls to instill values and prepare for life choices.
(815) 634-0866
103-0040Catholic Charities
Multi-services agency for seniors, children, families and individuals.
(815) 933-7791
103-0050Kankakee County Center Against Sexual Assault
Crisis hotline for victims of sexual assault, free counseling for rape victims, courtroom advocacy and community education.
(815) 932-7273
103-0051The Center of Hope
Client-choice food pantry serving low-income families and individuals on a weekly basis.
(815) 937-4277  
103-0052Child Care Resource & Referral
Referrals, options, quality indicators, and access to financial assistance to parents seeking childcare.
(815) 741-1163
103-0055Child Network
Assists abused and neglected children in the court system, provides advicacy services for victims and families.
(815) 936-7372  
103-0060Easter Seals
Speech, physical and occupation therapy to disabled children and adults.
(815) 932-0623
103-0080Good Shepherd Manor
Day training, vocational training, work, life skills for developmentally disabled men.
(815) 472-3700
103-0090Harbor House
Services to victims of domestic violence and sexual abuse.
(815) 932-5814  
103-0095Helen Wheeler Center
Outpatient and home-based psychiatric services based on a sliding fee scale.
(815) 939-3543  
103-0100Hospice of Kankakee Valley
Support for persons living with terminal illness and their families.
(815) 936-3370
Adult literacy, one-on-one tutoring.
(815) 802-8307  
103-0130Kankakee County Community Services
Senior nutrition and home delivered meals other services for low-income.
(815) 933-7883
103-0133Kankakee County Training Center
Provides adults with developmental disabilities the opportunity to acquire skills necessary to become more productive, contributing members of their communities.
103-0160Options Center for Independent Living
Counseling, advocacy and living skills for disabled; equipment loans.
(815) 936-0100 voice; (815) 936-0132 TTY  
103-0170Prairie State Legal Services
Legal advice and representation to low-income and seniors.
(815) 935-2750
103-0180Salvation Army
24-hour emergency shelter, food pantry, feeding program.
(815) 933-8421  
103-0190United Cerebral Palsy
Outreach and support services to persons with developmental disabilities.
(815) 744-3500  
103-0200John R. Tate Advocacy Center
Advocacy andsupport to all victims of crime; emergency food/shelter for homeless.
(815) 933-0469  
After school care, youth sports, health and fitness, summer day camp.
(815) 933-1741  
Infant/toddler preschool; evening child care, after school programs.
(815) 933-4516  
Education, health, and income are the major focus of the agencies and programs we partner with.  We work with local agencies to help provide critical services to residents of Knpx County.
(309) 343-4434  
104-0020Alternatives for Older Adults
Assists limited income seniors who need help managing finances.
(309) 344-7388  
104-0024American Red Cross
Responds to needs of disaster victims.
(309) 344-1611  
104-0027Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Knox County
One-to-one mentoring for at-risk children 5-14 in Knox Co.
(309) 344-2252  
104-0034Camp Big Sky
One-to-one mentoring for at-risk children 5-14 in Knox County.
104-0035Camp Kidz
Summer day camp for disabled children.
(309) 344-4337  
104-0040CSC Literacy Coalition
Intergenerational literacy support.
(309) 344-1631  
104-0050Carver Community Action Agency
Summer food and recreation program, for youth ages 4-17.
(309) 342-0158  
104-0055CASA of Knox County
Court Appointed Special Advocates.
(309) 343-4299  
104-0058Center for Youth and Family Solutions
Family counseling dedicated to strengthening and preserving families.
Emergency Food Assistance.
(309) 343-7807  
104-0073Girl Scouts
Promote self-esteem, personal growth and build character and skills for success.
(800) 798-0833  
104-0077Gordon Behrents Senior Center
Daycare for older adults in a caring environment.
(309) 344-2520  
104-0120Knox County Child Advocacy Center
Serves the needs of child victims.
(309) 344-8416  
104-0130YMCA Early Learning Center
Licensed, safe, affordable child care for children ages 2-12.
(309) 342-4315  
104-0140Knox County Teen Court
Educates, assists and motivates first time juvenile offenders to assume responsibility for behavior.
(309) 345-3800  
104-0150Lutheran Social Services
Provides parenting , educational support and counseling for single parents.
(309) 343-7681  
104-0185Prairie State Legal Services
Legal service in civil cases for low income and senior citizens.
(309) 343-2141  
104-0190Radio Information Service
Reading service broadcasting printed material to visually impaired and disabled.
(309) 298-2403  
104-0200Safe Harbor Family Crisis Center
24-hr. crisis line, court advocacy, referrals to survivors of family violence.
(309) 343-7233  
104-0205V.N.A. Community Services
Provides transport for seniors to and from community facilities, events and needed services.
(309) 342-1152  
104-0240YMCA of Knox County
Future Generation of Leaders and Before and After school programs.
(309) 344-1324  
108-0000United Way of Lake County
Preparing our children to succeed in a changing world by focusing on education and building safe and stable families.
(847) 775-1000
108-0002Arden Shore Child and Family Services
Providing Bilingual services Intact family and domestic violence prevention.
(847) 623-1730
108-0015Alexian Brothers - The Harbor
Lake County’s only HIV/AIDS housing.
(847) 782-8015
108-0030A Safe Place/Lake County Crisis Center
Provides comprehensive services for battered women and their children.
(847) 731-7165
Substance abuse treatment and prevention agency serving adults and youth.
(847) 546-6450
108-0045Tri-Con Child Care Center Inc.
High quality affordable childcare (3-7 years) for low income working families.
(847) 433-1450
108-0055Boys and Girls Club of Lake County
Disadvantaged kids served in Lake County.
(847) 473-5990
108-0066Highland Park Nursery/Day Care Center
Affordable quality childcare.
(847) 432-3301
108-0070CASA Lake County Inc.
Providing a powerful voice in court for abused and neglected children.
(847) 377-7975
108-0080Catholic Charities Lake County Services
Multi-purpose social services promoting self-sufficiency of our clients.
(847) 782-4000
108-0081Youth Conservation Corps
Guide and mentor youth to develop them into productive citizens of Lake County.
(847) 623-0900
108-0084Youth and Family Counseling
Offers counseling, support and education services for the treatment and prevention of mental illness.
(847) 367-5991
108-0085Youth Build
Job training programs that help low-income youth, 16-25, secure employment.
(847) 473-3483
108-0100One Hope United
Protecting children, strengthening families.
(847) 245-6500
108-0120Christian Outreach of Lutherans
Emergency food and transitional housing support services.
(847) 662-1340
108-0140Community Youth Network Inc.
Treatment of sexual abuse victims and offenders
(847) 548-6000
108-0200Family Focus, Inc.
Promotes the well-being of children from birth.
(847) 433-0377
108-0220Family Service: Prevention, Education & Counseling
Provides family, marital, group and individual therapy.
(847) 432-4981
108-0245Great Lakes Adaptive Sports Assoc.
Integrative recreational and competitive sports for people with primary physical or visual impairments.
(847) 283-0908
108-0255Erie Family Health Center
Community based health center providing accessible, affordable and high quality healthcare for those in need.
(847) 360-8800
108-0260I-Plus of Lake County
Money management to homeless disabled individuals.
(847) 505-7926
108-0265Lake County Children’s Advocacy Center
The Lake County Children’s Advocacy Center is committed to providing a safe environment for child victims of abuse.  The goal of the Center is to investigate and help successfully prosecute offenders of child abuse without causing further trauma to the ch
(847) 377-3000
108-0270Independence Center
Vocational and independent living skills to mentally ill.
(847) 360-1020
108-0285Literacy Volunteers of Lake County
Provides basic literacy skill instruction.
(847) 623-2041 ext. 225
108-0300Zacharias Sexual Abuse Center
Comprehensive serives to victims of rape and incest.
(847) 244-1187
108-0320Lake County Haven
Supports women and children from homelessness to independent living. 
(847) 680-1841
108-0325Mano A Mano Family Resource
Empowering immigrant and underserved families of Lake County.
(847) 201-1521
108-0330Lake County Residential Development Corporation
Transitional Housing.
(847) 244-7616
108-0340Most Blessed Trinity
Assists community members with English as a Second Language education.
108-0345Mothers Trust
Emergency needs of children in Lake County.
(847) 482-9189
108-0360NorthPointe Resources
Provides mental health, vocational and residential services to individuals with mental or developmental disabilities.
(847) 872-1700
108-0375PADS Crisis Services Inc.
24-hour crisis and referral hotline and shelter program.
(847) 689-4357
108-0380Prairie State Legal Services Inc.
Legal assistance to low-income and elderly residents.
(847) 662-6925
108-0385Reading Power, Inc.
Tutoring program designed to accelerate the literacy learning of children who benefit from additional one-on-one support.
(224) 715-1896
108-0395Cristo Rey St. Martin College Prep
Hir4ed program improves the lives for economically, racially, and educationally marginalized students.
(847) 244-6895
108-0420Urban Muslim Minority Alliance (UMMA)
Empower the lives of underprivileged individuals in Lake County by providing educational support and community resources.
(847) 336-6136
108-0425Waukegan To College
Helping Waukegan students to reach their full potential
108-0430YWCA of Lake County
Before and after school-age center
(847) 662-4247
108-0450Zion Benton Childrens Service Inc.
Dental Clinic for low-income children aged 4-18.
(847) 872-9227
109-0000United Way of Eastern LaSalle County
* Donations to this United Way support the following agencies:
Alternatives for the Older Adult/Bridges Sr. Center
Born Learning Program
The Center for Youth and Family Solutions Community Care Emergency Assistance Program
Familywize Prescription Discount Cards
Friendship House
Illinois Valley Center for Independent Living
Imagination Library Program Labor of Love Program Opportunity School
Prairie State Legal Services
School Tools Program
VITA (volunteer income tax) Program
Voluntary Action Center-Home Delivered Meals
YMCA of Ottawa
Youth Service Bureau of IL Valley
(815) 434-4003
This United Way includes the following cities: Ancona, Blackstone, Cornell, Dana, Kinsman, Leonore, Long Point, Manville, Ranson, Streator, and Wenona.
(815) 672-6721  
110-0010A Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Service (ADV-SAS)
A Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Service (ADV-SAS)
110-0030Center for Youth & Family Solutions

110-0040Girl Scouts of Central Illinois

110-0041Illinois Brain Injury Clubhouse

110-0045LaSalle County CASA

(815) 672-6721  
110-0050American Red Cross of the Southwest Suburbs

110-0060Salvation Army

110-0070Streator Child Development Center

110-0090Streator Unlimited

110-0100Streator Family Y

110-0110Youth Service Bureau of Illinois Valley

*Donations to this United Way support the following agencies:
Al Morrison Baseball- Safety programs & fee assistance
American Red Cross- Lee County Chapter Living, Coping & Caring Program
Blackhawk Area Council of Boy Scouts- Youth Development Programs
Bright Beginnings Preschool and Daycare- Fee Assistance Programs
CASA of Lee County
Child Advocacy & Volunteer Programs
Catholic Charities- Long term Care ombudsman Program
Dixon Family YMCA- Fee Assistance & Youth Programs
Girl Scouts of Green Hills Council- Youth Development Programs
Goodfellows of Lee County- Christmas Clothing & Food Vouchers Program
Home of Hope Cancer Wellness Centers- Cancer Support Services
Hospice of the Rock River Valley- Bereavement and Volunteer Programs
Kreider Services, Inc.- Early Intervention Program
Lee County Council on Aging-Transportation and Outreach Programs
Lutheran Social Services of Illinois- School based, youth counseling & substance abuse programs
Open Sesame Children’s Learning Centers- Fee Assistance programs
PADS Shelter of Dixon- Homeless shelter
Prairie State Legal Services- Civil legal services
Salvation Army- Rapidraft direct assistance
Teen Turf in Amboy- Afterschool & summer school programs, fee assistance
YWCA of the Sauk Valley- Domestic violence, sexual assault & women’s empowerment programs
(815) 284-3339
*Donations to this United Way support the following agencies:
American Red Cross Rock River Chapter
Barbara Olson Center of Hope
Belvidere Boone County Food Pantry
Belvidere Family YMCA
Blackhawk Area Council of Boy Scouts
Boone County CASA (Court Appointed Special
Advocate) Program
Boone County Council on Aging
Boone County Jail Ministry
Capron Lions Charities NFP
Catholic Charities
Children’s Home & Aid Society of Illinois
Easter Seals Metropolitan Chicago - Rockford
Family Counseling Services of Northern Illinois
First Step Day Care Center
First Step Learning, Inc.
Girls Scouts of Northern Illinois
Habitat for Humanity of Boone County Lutheran Child and Family Services
Prairie State Legal Services, Inc.
RAMP (Regional Access and Mobilization
Project), Inc.
Remedies Renewing Lives
Rockford Sexual Assault Counseling, Inc. Rosecrance, Inc.
The Literacy Council Serving Northern Illinois
The Salvation Army
Youth Services Network
(815) 544-3144
*Donations to this United Way support the following agencies:
American Red Cross/Illinois Capital Area Chapter
Boy Scouts of America/W.D.
Boyce Council Center for Youth and Family Solutions
Christian Child Care
CAPCIL Senior Nutrition
CAPCIL Senior Transportation Epilepsy Resource Center
Girl Scouts of Central Illinois
Lincoln Area YMCA
Lincoln Pastoral Counseling Services
Little Lambs Day Care
Living Alternatives Pregnancy Resource Center
Logan/Mason Rehabilitation Center
Salvation Army
The Oasis /Senior Citizens of Logan County
T.O.U.C.H./Teaching Others Using Chemicals
United Cerebral Palsy
(217) 735-4499  
 Donations to this United Way support the following agencies:
Advocacy Network for Children
Catholic Charities
Early Beginnings
Girl Scouts of Central Illinois
ILLOWA #133 Boy Scouts
LALECHE League Macomb
MCDC Senior Citizens
P.A.C.T. Headstart
(309) 837-9180
114-0010Advocacy Network for Children
Assistance for child victims of abuse.
(217) 223-2272  
114-0015American Red Cross
Provides disaster relief to local victims of tragedies.
(309) 837-1594  
114-0020Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Mississippi Valley
Links in need children with a Western Illinois University mentor.
(309) 836-8665  
114-0030Center for Youth & Family Solutions
Provides reduced cost family counseling to low-income families.
(309) 833-1791  
114-0033Colchester Area Relief Effort
Provides food and household supplies to hungry families in McDonough County.

108 E. Market St.
Colchester, IL 62326
114-0035Court Appointed Special Advocates
Advocates ensuring children's protective legal orders are being followed.
(217) 223-2272  
114-0040Early Beginnings
Provides prenatal and childbirth education to low-income families.
(309) 836-5775  
114-0050Girl Scouts of Central Illinois
Provides leadership skills, self-esteem and scouting opportunities for girls.
(217) 222-1030  
114-0060IlIowa #133 Boy Scouts
Provides leadership skills, self-esteem and scouting opportunities for boys.
(563) 349-8055  
114-0080McDonough County Senior Citizens
Meals and socialization for seniors in 5 McDonough County sites.
(309) 837-5733  
114-0085PACT HeadStart
Provides HeadStart and Early HeadStart Programs.
(309) 298-3143  
114-0088Prairie State Legal Services
Free legal assistance to low-income and seniors in McDonough County.
(309) 343-2141  
114-0090Radio Information Service
Broadcasts written newspapers and magazines to the visually impaired.
(309) 298-2403  
114-0100Samaritan Well, Inc.
Homeless shelters for women and their children and for men.
(309) 837-3357  
114-0200Wee Care Day Care Center
Reduced fee day-care for low-income families, additional staff.
(309) 833-5267  
114-0210Western Illinois Regional Council - Food Pantry
Provides food to hungry families in McDonough County.
(309) 837-3941  
114-0215Western Illinois Regional Council - Victim Services
Provides support to victims of domestic violence/abuse.
(309) 837-6622  
Before and after school programs, youth sports, teen programs.
(309) 833-2129  
114-0310YMCA Senior Medical Assistance Program
Helps seniors pay for medication when Medicare D coverage ends.
(309) 837-5733  
(309) 828-7383
115-0010American Red Cross of the Heartland
(309) 662-0500
115-0020The Baby Fold
(309) 451-7201
115-0030Big Brothers Big Sisters
(309) 828-1870
115-0035Bloomington High School
115-0040Boy Scouts of America, W.D. Boyce Council
(309) 828-6983
115-0050Boys and Girls Club of Bloomington-Normal
(309) 829-3034
115-0060The Center for Youth & Family Solutions
(309) 820-7616
115-0070Center for Human Services
(309) 827-5351
115-0080Chestnut Health Systems
(309) 827-6026
115-0100Child Protection Network
(309) 888-5656
115-0102Children's Home + Aid Children's Foundation
(309) 827-0374
115-0105Collaborative Solutions Institute
(309) 828-2860
115-0110Community Health Care Clinic
(309) 888-5531
115-0120Milestones Early Learning Center & Preschool
(309) 829-4202
115-0130Girl Scouts of Central Illinois
(309) 662-5384
115-0140Heartland Head Start
(309) 662-4880
(309) 451-8888
115-0151McLean County Unit 5 School District
(309) 557-4000
115-0160Mid Central Community Action
(309) 829-0691
115-0180Peace Meal

(800) 543-1770  
(309) 828-1022
115-0200Prairie State Legal Services
(309) 827-5021
115-0210Project Oz
(309) 827-0377
115-0220The Salvation Army
(309) 829-9476
115-0230SHOW BUS

(309) 747-2454  
115-0250Western Avenue Community Center
(309) 829-9231
(309) 827-6233
(309) 662-0461
115-0275Youthbuild McLean County
(309) 454-3898
(217) 422-8537
(217) 422-8537
117-0008American Red Cross Mid Illinois Chapter
Provides disaster services, military emergency communication, first-aid and water safety courses.
(217) 428-7758
117-0009Baby TALK
Community family support model nurturing school readiness and optimal child development.
(217) 422-8537
117-0010UNITED WAY OF DECATUR and MID-ILLINOIS - Moultrie County
(217) 422-8537
117-0030American Red Cross Mid Illinois Chapter
Provides disaster services, military emergency communication, first-aid and water safety courses.
(217) 428-7758
117-0040Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Central Illinois, Inc.
Assist children in achieving their highest potential by matching them with mentors.
(217) 428-4240
117-0045Boy Scouts of America, W.D. Boyce Council
Activities and education for children and youth.
(309) 828-6983
117-0046Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Central Illinois, Inc.
Assist children in achieving their highest potential by matching them with mentors.
(217) 428-4240
117-0050Boys' and Girls' Club of Decatur, Inc
Enhance quality of life for disadvantaged youth.
(217) 422-9605
117-0060Catholic Charities of Decatur
Counseling, food pantry, clothing, senior services. Meals on Wheels.
(217) 428-3458
117-0065Central Illinois Food Bank, Inc.
Collect donated food for distribution to charitable agencies serving people in need.
(217) 522-4022
117-0070Community Health Improvement Center
Primary care/preventive care/treatment/lab and medicine for low income individuals.
(217) 877-9117
117-0080Decatur Day Care Center
Quality day care for working parents to promote individual childÕs needs.
(217) 422-2044  
117-0085Moultrie County Counseling Center
A local mental health center providing counseling psychiatric services, crisis, substance evaluation and treatment, and case management services.
(217) 728-4358  
117-0090Dove, Inc.
Coordinates efforts to address unmet human needs and social injustices.
(217) 428-6616
117-0095Girl Scouts of Central Illinois, Decatur Regional Service Center
Programs encourage self-esteem, values, leadership.
(217) 423-7791
117-0100Good Samaritan Inn
Serves nutritious meals to the hungry and economically disadvantaged.
(217) 429-1955
117-0120Boy Scouts of America. Lincoln Trails Boy Scout Council
Instills values in young people for life choices.
(217) 429-2326
117-0125Oasis Day Center - Heritage Behavioral Health Center
A collaborative community response to homeless and transient persons, often also suffering from substance abuse and serious  mental illness.
(217) 362-6262
117-0130Macon Resources, Inc./Independence Pointe
Provides programs and opportunities for the developmentally disabled and their families.
(217) 429-1052
117-0132Growing Strong Sexual Assault Center
A rape crisis center providing healing services to victims of sexual assault and abuse.
(217) 428-0770
117-0134Lutheran Child and Family Services of Illinois
Provides resources to improve the well-being of children, individuals, families, congregations, and communities.
(217) 428-8380
117-0137Macon County CASA
Provides representation to children in juvenile court system due to abuse, neglect and/or dependency issues.
(217) 428-8424  
117-0150The Salvation Army Decatur Corps
Emergency food, shelter, clothign and services to those in need.
(217) 428-4672
117-0160Girl Scouts of Central Illinois, Decatur Regional Service Center
Programs encourage self-esteem, values, leadership.
(217) 423-7791
117-0170UCP Land of Lincoln
Outreach and case management for developmentally disabled individuals.
(217) 428-5033
117-0200Webster-Cantrell Hall
Professional services facilitate family preservation and self-sufficient individuals for youth and families.
(217) 423-6961
117-0210Young Men's Christian Association of Decatur (Y.M.C.A.)
Programs to improve mental/physical/spiritual health.
(217) 872-9622
117-0230Youth Advocate Program, Inc.
Healps at-risk children and their families maintain/rebuild a healthy family.
(217) 422-7864
117-0240Community Action Partnership of Central Illinois, Inc.
Assistance provided to the elderly and low income.
(217) 732-2159
117-0250Clinton Community YMCA
Programs to improve mental/physical health.
(217) 935-8307
117-0270DeWitt County Friendship Center
Provides services for seniors along with a facility for them to congregate, eat and interact on a daily basis.
(217) 935-9411  
117-0275DeWitt County Human Resource Center
Provides services to individuals with disabilities.
(217) 935-9496
117-0280Dove, Inc.
Provides services to victims of physical, verbal, emotional and sexual abuse.
(217) 935-6619
117-0300Peace Meals, Sarah Bush Lincoln Health Center
Provides congregate meals and home delivered meals to elderly and disabled.
(217) 345-1800
117-0310The Salvation Army – Heartland Division
Emergency food, shelter, clothing, etc. to those in need.
(309) 655-7220
117-0410Boy Scouts of America, Lincoln Trails Boy Scout Council
Instills values in young people for life choices.
(217) 429-2326
117-0412Camp New Hope, Inc.
Provides quality programs for people who have developmental disabilities along with parrent and family support.
(217) 895-2341
117-0420CEPS Economic Opportunity Corporation
Provides opportunities to disadvantaged persons.
(217) 342-2193  
117-0450Dove, Inc.
Provides services to victims of physical, verbal, emotional and sexual abuse.
(217) 728-9303
117-0460Girl Scouts of Central Illinois. Decatur Regional Service Center
Programs encourage self-esteem, values, leadership.
(217) 423-7791
117-0490Moultrie County Habitat for Humanity
Provides affordable housing to disadvantaged families with donated labor and partially purchased and partially donated supplies.
(217) 728-7386  
117-0495University of Illinois Extension Serving Coles, Cumberland, Douglas, Moultrie and Shelby Counties
Provides programming in agriculture & natural resources, 4-H & youth development, family & consumer sciences, and community & economic development.
(217) 543-3755
117-0500Peace Meals, Sarah Bush Lincoln Health Center
Provides congregate meals and home delivered meals to elderly and disabled.
(217) 345-1800
Also includes the following Counties: Calhoun, Clinton, Greene, Jersey, Macoupin, and Madison. 
See Madison County for agency listings which include: Alton, Bethalto, Collinsville, East Alton, Edwardsville, Glen Carbon, Godfrey, Hartford, Highland, Maryv
(618) 251-0072
118-0010Alcoholic Rehabilitation Community Home (ARCH)
Residential treatment for recovering substance abusers.
(618) 877-4987  
118-0020Alton Day Care and Learning Center, Inc.
Provides early childhood education and developmental day care for children six weeks through pre-kindegarten; provides before and after school and school age summer programs.  Offering a nurturing and enriching day care enviorment to low-income families.
(618) 467-0630  
118-0040American Red Cross Serving Central Illinois
Provides disaster relief; helps people prevent, prepare, and respond to emergencies; provides emergency communications for military families; trains public in lifesaving skill, community disaster education.
(217) 787-7602
118-0055American Red Cross - St. Louis Area Chapter
A humanitarian organization, led by volunteers,which provides relief to victims of disasters and helps people prevent, prepare for and respond to emergencies.
(314) 516-2800
118-0080Boy Scouts of America - Abraham Lincoln Council
Boy Scouting helps meet the needs of young people through self-esteem, leadership, community service, personal ethics, positive adult role models and outdoor adventure.
(217) 546-5570  
118-0090Lewis and Clark Council, Inc. Boy Scouts of America
Youth development and recreation, day and overnight camping for boys in the Metro East area.
(618) 234-9111  
118-0100Boys and Girls Club of Alton
Recreation and educational after-school activities for youth.
(618) 462-6249  
118-0120Boys and Girls Club of Bethalto
Recreation and educational after-school activities for youth.
(618) 377-6030  
118-0125Calhoun County Council for Senior Citizens
Provides transportation and assistance to seniors living in Calhoun County.
(618) 576-9331  
118-0130Catholic Charities of Madison County
Providing counseling, professional intervention and pharmaceutical programs to families and individuals.
(618) 462-0634  
118-0140Children’s Home and Aid
Providing counseling and supportive services to children, youth and their families.
(618) 452-8900  
118-0150Collinsville Area Meals on Wheels
Delivering nutritious meals to homebound, elderly people in the Collinsville and Maryville area.
(618) 345-7779  
118-0160Crisis Food Center, Inc.
Providing emergency assistance in the form of food and clothing to individuals and families in need.
(618) 462-8201  
118-0170Faith in Action Edwardsville/Glen Carbon
Volunteer-based organization which works with the community to provide services that support the independence and well-being of seniors and individuals with special needs.
(618) 692-0480  
118-0200Girl Scouts of Central Illinois
Scouting opportunities for girls 6-18 in North Macoupin County.
(217) 523-8159
118-0210Girl Scouts of Southern Illinois
Scouting opportunities for girls 6-18 in Calhoun, Greene, Jersey, Madison and South Macoupin Counties.
(618) 692-0692
118-0220Glen-Ed Pantry
Providing emergency assistance to families and individuals in the Edwardsville/Glen Carbon areas.
(618) 656-7506
118-0230Highland Area Christian Service Ministry
Providing emergency assistance, food and counseling to Highland area residents.
(618) 654-9295  
118-0240Illinois Center for Autism
Education, employment and treatment programs for people with autism.
(618) 398-7500  
118-0250IMPACT, CIL
Enabling people with disabilities to reach their full potential, living as independently as possible.
(618) 462-1411
118-0260Jarvis Township Senior Citizen Center
Providing transportation, meals, educational programs and activities for seniors in the Troy area.
(618) 667-2022  
118-0265Land of Lincoln Legal Assistance Foundation, Inc.
Provide free high quality legal assistance to resolve the critically important legam problems of low income and elderly persons through legal advice, representation and education.
(618) 462-0029 ext 24  
118-0270Lutheran Child and Family Services of Illinois
LCFS is a multi service human care agency providing community services, child welfare, family counseling, and residential treatment in thirty Illinois communities.
(708) 488-5581 ext 37
118-0280Macoupin Center for the Developmentally Disabled
Providing a day school learning environment for mentally challenged individuals in Macoupin County.
(217) 854-3473  
118-0290MindsEye Information Service
Providing regularly scheduled radio broadcasts of periodicals for visually impaired and print-handicapped individuals.
(618) 394-6442  
118-0310Oasis Women’s Center
Providing temporary housing and counseling to victims of domestic violence.
(618) 465-1978  
118-0320Operation Blessing "People That Care" Inc.
Providing emergency assistance to needy families and individuals in the Wood River area.
(618) 251-5683  
118-0350Rebuilding Together Southwest Illinois
Working to rehabilitate homes of low-income families, helping keep them safe, warm independent.
(618) 876-4578  
118-0355Riverbend Family Ministries, NFP
A consortium of non-profit organizations with the collective goal of supporting individuals, bringing wholeness to the family and strengthening the community.
(618) 251-9790  
118-0360Riverbend Head Start and Family Services
Riverbend Head Start & Family Services, Inc. provides comprehensive childhood, family strengthening and counseling through the programs of Head Start, family Foundations and Transitions Counseling.
(618) 463-8911  
118-0362St. John’s Community Care
In-home care, transportation, adult day care, volunteer help, support groups, and medical equipment loans for seniors and the disabled.
(618) 344-0276  
118-0363National Alliance on Mental Illness Southwest Illinois Southwest Illinois (NAMI)
Provides education, support and advocacy program for persons living with mental illness and their families.
(618) 798-9788  
118-0365Salvation Army - Alton
Providing emergency services and shelter to families and individuals.
(618) 465-7764  
118-0370Main Street Community Center, Inc.
Providing seniors programs to assist in achieving or maintaining personal and economic self-sufficiency in the Edwardsville area.
(618) 656-0300  
118-0380Senior Services Plus, Inc.
Support services for individuals age 55+ in the counties of Madison and St. Clair.
(618) 465-3298  
118-0382Society of St. Vincent DePaul Edwardsville
Charitable lay organization that leads women and men join together to grow spiritually by offering person-to-person service to those who are needy.
(800) 775-0712  
118-0415Madison County Urban League, Inc.
Interracial cooperation, advocacy and education, providing housing, after school tutorial and employment programs.
(618) 463-1906  
118-0420Young Men's Christian Association of Southwest Illinois
Providing year-round activities for youth and adults in the Collinsville, Maryville and Troy areas.
(618) 346-5600  
118-0430Young Men's Christian Association of Edwardsville
Offering multi-dimensional programs, including indoor/outdoor sports and aquatics.
(618) 656-0436  
MADISON COUNTY locations: Granite City, Madison, Mitchell, Pontoon Beach and Venice.
(618) 877-6780
120-0030Alcoholic Rehabilitation Community Home (ARCH House)
Extended care facility and counseling for drug dependent men.
(618) 877-4987  
120-0050American Red Cross, St. Louis Area Chapter
Provides 24-hour disaster assistance, CPR and first aid training and aid to military families.
(314) 516-2800  
120-0060Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Southwestern Illinois
Provides adult role models in one-on-one relationships with at-risk children.
(618) 398-3162  
120-0065Boy Scouts of America, Lewis & Clark Council
Provides a comprehensive scouting program to develop character and self-reliance for youth.
(618) 234-9111  
120-0070Catholic Charities of Madison County
Counseling and emergency assistance to families in crisis.
(618) 877-1184  
120-0100Children’s Home and Aid
Adoption, foster care, counseling and crisis intervention services.
(618) 452-8900  
120-0115Community Care Center
Food pantry, clothing center, noon meal program, back to school and Christmas warmth program.
(618) 876-8770  
120-0120Coordinated Youth and Human Services
Strives to meet the ever-changing needs of high-risk youth and their families.
(618) 876-2383  
120-0123Girl Scouts of Southern Illinois
Provides Scouting activities for girls between the ages of 6 and 18 years old.
(618) 692-0692  
120-0125Good Samaritan House of Granite City, Inc.
Provides emergency housing and supportive services for homeless women and children.
(618) 876-0607  
120-0130Illinois Center for Autism
Provides education and employment training for persons with autism.
(618) 398-7500  
120-0140Joe W. Roberts Youth Club
Provides activities for minority youth in Madison County.
(618) 877-0549  
120-0150Land of Lincoln Legal Assistance Foundation, Inc.
Legal services for individuals who can’t afford a lawyer.
(618) 398-0958  
120-0155NAMI Southwestern Illinois
Provides Support, Education and Advocacy for persons with mental illnesses their families and others whose lives are affected by these diseases.
(618) 798-9788  
120-0160Phoenix Crisis Center, Inc.
Comprehensive services for victims of domestic violence.
(618) 451-1008  
120-0170Rebuilding Together Madison County, Inc.
Rehabilitates homes of low-income families, helping keep them safe, warm and independent.
(618) 876-4578  
120-0190Senior Services Plus, Inc.
Provides home-delivered meals five days a week to homebound persons.
(618) 465-3298  
120-0195St. John's Home and Community Care
In-home care, transportation, adult day care, volunteer help, support groups, and medical equipment loans for seniors and the disabled.
(618) 344-0276  
120-0240Tri-Cities Area Association for Handicapped, Inc.
Volunteer organization which conducts training and recreational programs persons with disabilities.
(618) 931-0697  
120-0260Tri-City Area YMCA
Services to build physical strength, cardio-vascular fitness, spiritual well-being, health promotion.
(618) 876-7200  
120-0270Urban League, Madison County
Assisting individuals and disadvantaged persons to achieve social and economic equality.
(618) 463-1906  

(309) 543-2945  

*Donations to this United Way Support the following agencies:
Advocacy Network Center
American Red Cross
Big Brother Big Sister of Central IL Bob Freesen YMCA
Boys Scouts of America
Cass County Council on Aging
Cass County Food Pantry
Cass County Health Department
Community Childcare & Service Center
Crisis Center Foundation
Educational Day Care Center
Girl Scouts of Central IL HELPS Ministry Outreach
Hobby Horse House
House of Worship
Imagine Foundation
Jacksonville Area Center for Independent Living
Jacksonville Symphony Society
Mental Health Centers of Central IL Midwest Youth Services
New Directions Shelter and   Warming/Cooling Center
North Greene Food Pantry
North Greene Salvation Army
Nursery School
Prairie Center Against Sexual Assault
Prairie Council on Aging
Presbyterian Church Day Care Center
Salvation Army
Salvation Army North Greene Unit
Spirit of Faith Soup Kitchen
United Cerebral Palsy
Wells Center
Western Illinois Youth Camp
(217) 245-4557
*Donations to Lawrence County United Fund support the following agencies:
American Red Cross
Friends of the Library
ERBA Head Start
Lawrence County Boy Scouts
Lawrence County Camp Girls
Lawrence County Humane Society
Lawrence County Senior Citizens Council, Inc. Lawrence County Teen Center
Sign of the Kingdom East
Sign of the Kingdom West
White House Christian Church Food Pantry

(217) 376-3153  
Also includes Marshall, Putnam, Stark, Tazewell, and Woodford Counties.
(309) 674-5181
135-0010Alzheimer's Association, Central Illinois Chapter

135-0020American Red Cross, Central Illinois Chapter

135-0030Arthritis Foundation, Greater Illinois Chapter

135-0040Big Brother Big Sisters Heart of Illinois

135-0050Boy Scouts of America - W.D. Boyce Council

135-0060Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Peoria, Inc.

135-0080CASA of Peoria County

135-0100The Center for Prevention of Abuse

135-0110Center for Youth and Family Solutions

135-0120Central Illinois FRIENDS of PWA, Inc.

135-0130Children's Home Association of Illinois

135-0140Children's Hospital of Illinois at OSF Staint Francis Medical Center

135-0150Common Place

135-0160Community Workshop and Training Center, Inc.

135-0170Crittenton Centers

135-0180Easter Seals - UCP


135-0200Peoria Friendship House of Christian Service

135-0210Girl Scouts of Central Illinois

135-0220Goodwill Industries of Central Illinois, Inc.

135-0225GW Carver Association, Inc.

135-0230Habitat for Humanity, Greater Peoria Area

135-0240Heartland Community Health Clinic

135-0250Henry Community Ambulance Service

135-0260Hult Center for Healthy Living

135-0270Human Service Center

135-0280Illinois Valley Center for Independent Living

135-0290Lacon/Sparland Emergency Ambulance Service

135-0300Lutheran Social Services of Illinois

135-0310Mental Health America of Illinois Valley

135-0320Neighborhood House Association


135-0340Pearce Community Center

135-0350Planned Parenthood of Illinois

135-0360Prairie State Legal Services, Inc.

135-0370Saint Francis Community Clinic

135-0380The Salvation Army

135-0390South Side Office of Concern

135-0400Tazewell County Resource Centers, Inc.

135-0410Tri-County (Peoria) Urban League

135-0420We Care, Inc.

135-0430Greater Peoria Family YMCA

135-0450Youth Service Bureau of Illinois Valley

(563) 355-4310
142-0010United Way Funded Programs

142-0030United Way Imagination Library

142-0040Aldridge Early Learning Center

142-0050Alternatives for the Older Adult

142-0060American Red Cross of the Quad Cities Area - 13364

142-0070Bethany for Children & Families

142-0080Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Mississippi Valley

142-0090Boy Scouts of America, Illowa Council

142-0100Boys and Girls Clubs of the Mississippi Valley

142-0110Center for Youth and Family Solutions

142-0120Center for Active Seniors, Inc.

142-0130Center for Alcohol & Drug Services, Inc.

142-0140Child Abuse Council

142-0145Community Action Plan - Education

142-0150Community Action of Eastern Iowa

142-0155Community Action Plan - Income

142-0165Community Action Plan - Health

142-0170Community Health Care, Inc.

142-0180Family Resources, Inc.

142-0190Friendly House

142-0200Genesis VNA & Hospice

142-0210Girl Scouts of Eastern Iowa & Western Illinois

142-0220Hand in Hand

142-0230Handicapped Development Center

142-0240Help Thru Education & Law Program, Inc.

142-0250Humility of Mary Housing

142-0260Humility of Mary Shelter, Inc.

142-0270Just Kids Child Care, Inc.

142-0280Luthern Social Services of Illinois

142-0290Marriage & Family Counseling Service

142-0300Martin Luther King Jr. Center, Inc.

142-0310Positive Parenting at Trinity

142-0320Prairie State Legal Services, Inc.

142-0330Project NOW, Inc.

142-0350UnityPoint Health Robert Young Center

142-0360Safer Foundation - Quad Cities

142-0370ARC of the Quad Cities

142-0380The Salvation Army of the Quad Cities

142-0390School Health Link, Inc.

142-0400Scott County Family Y

142-0410Skip-A-Long Development Services

142-0420St. Ambrose University Children's Campus

142-0430Supplemental Emergency Assistance Program

142-0435The Thomas Merton House

142-0440Transitions Mental Health Services

142-0450UnityPoint at Home

142-0460Two Rivers YMCA

142-0470United Neighbors, Inc.

142-0480Western Illinois Area Agency on Aging

142-0490Youth Service Bureau of Rock Island County

142-0500YouthBuild Quad Cities

142-0510YWCA of the Quad Cities

(217) 726-7000
144-0005Education Initiative
Kindegarten Readiness and educational support.
144-0010Essential Services
Programs providing food, shelter and victim services.
144-0015Dolly Parton Imagination Library
Free books each month for children birth to age 5.
144-0020American Red Cross, Illinois Capital Area Chapter
Helps people prevent, prepare, respond to emergencies.
144-0025Autism Society, Central Illinois Chapter
Serves a 60-mile radius surrounding Springfield offering families free support groups, autism trainings, recreational activities, referrals, and advocacy; operates summer Camp A.S.P.I.R.E. for social skills.
(217) 585-1421
144-0030Big Brother Big Sister Illinois Capital Region
Provide positive role models to at-risk children.
(217) 753-1216
144-0050Boys and Girls Clubs of Central Illinois
Character-building, guidance-oriented youth programs.
(217) 544-0548
144-0060Catholic Charities
Aids the needy, including care for abused children.
(217) 523-4551
144-0065Central Counties Health Centers, Inc.
Provides primary medical and dental care
(217) 788-2300
144-0070Central Illinois Foodbank, Inc.
Distributes donated food to non-profit charities.
(217) 522-4022
144-0075Contact Ministries
Crisis assistancve and case management to achieve basic needs of life; including a shelter for women and children
(217) 753-3939
144-0080Elizabeth Ann Seton Program
Partners with community organizations and multi-faith congregations to provide mentoring support, education and practical assistance to women and their children.
(217) 757-6025
144-0090Family Service Center of Sangamon County
Counseling, adoption, teen parent services.
(217) 528-8406
144-0100Girl Scouts of Central Illinois
Where girls grow strong in mind, body and spirit.
(217) 523-8159
144-0120Helping Hands of Springfield
Shelter and services for adult men and women.
(217) 522-0048
144-0125One Hope United
Protecting children, strengthening families.
(217) 789-7637
144-0140Lutheran Child and Family Services of Illinois
Individual and family counseling, adoption, foster care.
(217) 523-4725
144-0150Mental Health Centers of Central Illinois
Comprehensive mental health services.
(217) 525-1064
144-0155M.E.R.C.Y. Communities, Inc.
Transitional living program for women and children.
(217) 753-1358
144-0160Mini O’Beirne Crisis Nursery
Nurturing and caring for children birth through 6.
(217) 525-6800
144-0170Prairie Center Against Sexual Assault
Counseling and support for victims of sexual abuse.
(217) 744-2560
144-0180Rutledge Youth Foundation
Assists abused/neglected youth to independence.
(217) 525-7757
144-0190Senior Services of Central Illinois
Enhances the quality of life for seniors.
(217) 528-4035
144-0200Sojourn Shelter and Services, Inc.
Domestic violence shelter, counseling and advocacy.
(217) 726-5100
144-0210SPARC (Springfield Association of Retarded Citizens)
Serves individuals with developmental disabilities.
(217) 793-2100
144-0230Springfield Urban League, Inc.
A non-profit, social service, advocacy corporation.
(217) 789-0830
144-0240UCP Land of Lincoln
Therapy/training for children/adults with disabilities.
(217) 525-6522
144-0250Memorial Home Services
Not-for-profit skilled and personal care services.
(217) 788-4663
144-0260Youth Service Bureau
Serves youths ages 10-21.
(217) 529-8300
144-0270Springfield YMCA
Provides needy children with YMCA memberships.
(217) 544-9846
144-0279Community Child Care Connection, Inc.
Coordinates the resources of the commmunity in linking parents and providers to accessible, available, and affordable quality child care.
(217) 525-2805
144-0280Computer Banc
Provides computers to children.
(217) 528-9506
144-0300Habitat for Humanity
Building simple, decent, affordable housing.
(217) 523-2710
144-0310Financial Stability
Working to improve financial stability and independence
Increasing access to resources to lead healthier lives.
144-0330Children's Dyslexia Center of Springfield
Free reading tutoring for school-aged children with dyslexia.
(217) 793-7735
233 N. Congress Street
Rushville, IL 62681
(217) 322-6775  
Also includes Jo Daviess County.
(815) 232-5184  
149-0020American Red Cross
Health, safety and disaster services.
149-0030Amity Society
Day care and learning center.
149-0040Assault and Abuse Services of Stephenson County
Body safety program for children and assault services.
149-0058Boys and Girls Club of Freeport and Stephenson County
Education mentoring, constructive recreational activities, character building activities.
149-0060Boy Scouts - Blackhawk Area Council
Youth development.
149-0070Catholic Charities
Ombudsman Services for Long Term Care facilities.
149-0080Children’s Home and Aid Society
Adoptions of special needs children, pregnancy and parent counseling.
24-hr./7-day-a-week crisis help line.
149-0100New Horizons Counseling Center (formerly Family Life Center)
Individual and family counseling.
149-0110Family YMCA of Northwest Illinois
Youth programs, scholarships and child care.
149-0120Freeport Area Church Cooperative
Transitional Housing and homeless services.
149-0130Girl Scouts of Northern Illinois
Youth development.
149-0135FHN Family Counseling Center
Big Brother/Big Sister, adolescent health promotion, early parent training.
149-0140The Workshop
Counseling/behavior intervention/employment for disabled.
149-0150Lutheran Social Services
Parent support program for teen mothers.
149-0160Malcolm Eaton Enterprises
Work/skills training program for disabled.
149-0175Mother Hubbard’s Kiddie Cupboard
Incentive program to help teen and income-eligible mothers with baby supplies.
149-0180Norman C. Sleezer Youth Home
Resident treatment, emergency placement, and counseling for troubled teens.
149-0190Northwest Illinois Community Action Agency
Senior citizens services/Golden Meals.
149-0200Prairie State Legal Services
Legal assistance.
149-0210Rainbow Ridge
Counseling/behavior intervention/residential facility for disabled.
149-0215Regional Access and Mobilization Project (RAMP)
Advocacy and services for individuals with disabilities.
149-0220The Salvation Army
Emergency assistance, soup kitchen and food pantry.
149-0230Sojourn House
Substance abuse services.
149-0235Stephenson County Health Dept.
Services to teens, moms and babies.
149-0240Senior Resource Center
Information and assistance; volunteer and education services, and case management.
149-0250Tyler’s Justice Center for Children
Forensic interview of abused children, case management.
Women’s services, domestic violence services, transitional housing.
149-0265Neighborhood Housing Services
Neighborhood self-investment/loan assistance/homeowner education.
149-0270Youth Services Bureau of Illinois Valley
Youth Services, including M.I.S.T.E.R. Program.
150-0000Mackinaw Area Community Chest
Deer Creek Mackinaw District 701
Mackinaw Recreation
Mackinaw Community Youth Programs
Mackinaw Scouting
Neighborhood House
Salvation Army
Tazewell Resource Center, Inc.
Tazewood Mental Health Center, Inc.
St. Jude
(309) 241-3639  
WHITESIDE COUNTY locations: Sterling, Rock Falls, Morrison, Prophetstown, Lyndon, Tampico, Deer Grove
(815) 625-7973  
151-0010Morrison Community Preschool
Funding for preschoolers aged 3-5.
(815) 772-7158  
151-0020Morrison Community Day Care Center
Funding for day care for children ages 1-10.
(815) 772-3707  
151-0023Odell Public Library
Summer Reading Program for children 3-12
151-0025Pharmacy Assistance
Funding for prescription medications.
(815) 625-7973  

(309) 346-2433  
155-0010American Red Cross

(309) 677-7272 or (800) SAVE-LIFE  
155-0030Boys and Girls Club of Pekin

(309) 346-6304  
155-0040Boy Scouts

(309) 673-6136  
155-0060Center for Prevention of Abuse

(309) 691-0551  
155-0070Christian Civic Outreach

(309) 347-2639  
155-0080Family Core

(309) 676-2400  
155-0100House of Hope

(309) 353-7512  
155-0120Miller Center

(309) 346-5210  
155-0130Pekin Mobile Diner

(309) 267-8533  
155-0135Pekin Outreach Initiative

155-0140Prairie State Legal Aid

(309) 674-9831  
155-0150Salvation Army

(309) 346-3010  
155-0155Shade Memorial Youth Camp

(309) 346-0724  
155-0165Tazewell County Children’s Advocacy Center

(309) 347-6001  
155-0180TCRC, Inc.

(309) 347-7148  
155-0210USO World Headquarters

(312) 923-2242  

(309) 347-2104  
*Donations to this United Way Support the following agencies:
2-1-1 Assistance
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Vermilion County
Boy Scouts of America, Prairielands Council
Boys and Girls Club of Danville
CASA of Vermilion County
Center for Youth and Family Solutions
Children's Dyslexia Center of East Central Illinois Community Action Program of Western Indiana
CRIS  Healthy-Aging Center
Crosspoint Human Services
Danville Family YMCA
Girl Scouts of Central Illinois Imagination Library
Peer Court, Inc.
Prairie Center Health Systems, Inc. Salvation Army
Vermilion County Rape Crisis Center
Worksource Enterprises
(217) 442-3512
United Way of Ogle County and Rock River are organized by the same United Way.
(815) 968-5400
162-0010Goodwill Northern Illinois & Wisconsin Stateline Area Inc.
Education, training and employment for adults with special needs.
(815) 965-3795
162-0020American Red Cross, Rock River Chapter
Comprehensive Red Cross services serving Winnebago and Ogle Counties.
(815) 963-8471
162-0030Angelic Organics Community Center
Character and leadership skill building through gardening program for low income and minority youth.
(815) 389-8455
162-0040Barbara Olson Center of Hope
Vocational and educational training for adults with developmental disabilities.
(815) 964-9275
162-0050Big Brothers/Big Sisters of YMCA of Rock River Valley
One-on-One adult mentoring for at-risk youth in Winnebago & Ogle County.
(815) 489-1131
162-0058Black/Latino Achievers of YMCA of Rock River Valley
Provides college preparation services for Black and Latino youth.
(815) 489-1131
162-0060Blackhawk Learning Connection
Provides age appropriate programs for children 6 weeks to 10 years of age; promoting the child’s physical, emotional, social and intellectual development.
(815) 962-8853  
162-0080Boy Scouts of America, Blackhawk Area Council
Scouting programs developing leadership skills, character, citizenship & fitness for youth 6 to 21 in Winnebago and Ogle Counties.
(815) 397-0210
162-0090Boys and Girls Club of Rockford
Youth programs to build life skills through recreation, education and mentoring.
(815) 972-5973  
162-0110Catholic Charities Diocese of Rockford
Comprehensive child welfare & family services including foster care, adoption, counseling, parenting education.
(815) 965-0623
162-0120Children’s Home and Aid Society of Illinois
Comprehensive family & youth counseling & support services.
(815) 962-1043
162-0130Comprehensive Community Solutions
Community development program serving 16-24 year olds who didn’t graduate from high school, earning their GED, trained in construction, building or renovating low-income housing.
(815) 963-6236
162-0135Discovery Center Museum
Provides homework assistance, skill building and enrichment activities five days a week, September through May..
(815) 963-6769
162-0140Easter Seals Children’s Development Center
Developmental, therapeutic childcare & parenting support services serving Winnebago and Ogle Counties.
(815) 965-6745
162-0150Family Counseling Services of Northern Illinois
Comprehensive family & individual counseling services.
(815) 962-5585  
162-0160Girl Scouts of Northern Illinois
Programs developing values, self-esteem, social skills, independence, leadership & citizenship for girls 5 to 17 serving Winnebago and Ogle Counties.
(815) 962-5591
162-0165Harlem Community Center
Provides educational, social, and recreational programming for at-risk youth.
(815) 633-5817
162-0170Joyner Neighborhood Resource Center
Joyner Neighborhood Resource Center serves parents and caregivers ages 21 years old and over to overcome boundaries and become effective parents.
(815) 968-0026  
162-0180Ken-Rock Community Center
Neighborhood support center providing self-sufficiency programs for people of all ages, including day care, senior lunch program & food pantry.
(815) 398-8864
162-0190La Voz Latina (Hispanic Resource Development Center)
Bilingual support services promoting self-sufficiency for Hispanic Americans.
(815) 965-5784
162-0200Lifescape Community Services, Inc.
Providing services promoting self-sufficiency to individuals and families in need, including adult day care, home-delivered & congregate meals in Winnebago and Ogle County.
(815) 965-2268
162-0210The Literacy Council
Free literacy services for adults & English as a second language.
(815) 963-7323
162-0215Lutheran social Services of Illinois
LSSI provides returning citizens with meaningful skills, training and supportive services to assist them as they return home from prison and begin the process of becoming productive and reponsible members of their communities.
(815) 222-0390  
162-0220Lydia Home Association
Providing education to high school students who have dropped out or expelled to increase self-sufficiency.
(815) 966-0039
162-0240Northwest Community Center
Neighborhood recreational center offering enriching programs for people of all ages.
(815) 964-6885
162-0250Patriots Gateway Community Center
Serving youth 11 – 14 who test below grade level in reading and math to increase their academic performance in school.
162-0260Remedies Renewing Lives (formerly PHASE and WAVE)
Emergency shelter and support services for victims of domestic violence and their children. WAVE: 24-hour emergency phone line
WAVE:(815) 962-6102, PHASE:(815) 962-0871  
162-0270Prairie State Legal Services, Inc.
Free legal services for individuals in need, serving Winnebago and Ogle Counties.
(815) 965-2134
162-0280RAMP (Regional Access & Mobilization Project)
Programs designed to increase awareness about disabilities in students grades K-12.
(815) 968-7467
162-0285Rockford Area Arts Council
Provides a quality art program for low income children and youth.
(815) 963-6765
162-0290Rockford MELD
Residential support programs fostering self-sufficiency for pregnant teens, young dads & families.
(815) 965-8336
162-0300Rockford Sexual Assault Counseling, Inc.
Comprehensive services to all victims of sexual assault and abuse in Winnebago and Ogle Counties.
(815) 636-9811  
162-0301Rosecrance, Inc.
Offers adults with mental illness and their family's assistance in coping with and recovering from mental illness by providing accurate and supportive information about their illness and treatment.
162-0310Saint Elizabeth Catholic Community Center
Individual and family support services, early childhood and delinquency prevention programs, summer camp, food pantry, soup kitchen, family counseling.
(815) 965-6993  
162-0320The Salvation Army, Rockford Area
Comprehensive social welfare programs and emergency services for people in need.
(815) 226-4400
162-0330Shelter Care
Emergency & transitional housing for the homeless as well as providing job readiness, life skills, literacy and G.E.D., job retention, and financial management for adults 18 years of age and older.
(815) 964-5520
162-0338Youth Services Bureau of Illinois Valley
Offers counseling, fostercare, treatment, youth recreations, Hispanic services and daycare.
815 966-5300
162-0340Youth Services Network, Inc.
Family advocacy & direct services for at-risk youth.
(815) 986-1947  
162-0350Zion Development Corporation
Faith based neighborhood organization providing a full spectrum of housing opportunities for the otherwise homeless.
(815) 964-8280
162-1020Boy Scouts of America, Blackhawk Area Council
Scouting programs developing leadership skills, character, citizenship and fitness for youth 6 to 21 in Winnebago and Ogle Counties.
(815) 397-0210
162-1040Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA)
Judge appointed advocacy for abused and neglected children.
(815) 288-1901  
162-1060FOCUS House
Residential treatment program for adjudicated youth serving Ogle County.
(815) 562-5881  
162-1080Home of Hope
Provides programs to people living with cancer, including prevention education and grief counseling.
(815) 288-4673
162-1090H.O.P.E. of Ogle County
Shelter providing comprehensive support services for victims of domestic violence in Ogle County.
(815) 562-4323  
162-1100Hub City Senior Center
Comprehensive services & congregate meals improving the quality of life for senior citizens in Ogle County.
(815) 562-5050  
162-1130Mt. Morris Senior Citizens Council, Inc.
Programs improving the quality of life for senior citizens in Ogle County.
(815) 734-6335  
162-1140Serenity Hospice and Home (formally Ogle County Hospice)
Certified hospice serving the terminally ill & their families in Ogle County.
(815) 732-2499  www.serenity
162-1150Ogle County Probation Reporting Center
Serves truant and expelled youth by providing all-day or afterschool tutoring and counseling.
(815) 562-2287  
162-1165Pinecrest Community
Provides nursing home residents with interaction and cognitive, spiritual, physical and emotional stimulation through daily activities.
(815) 734-4103  
162-1166Polo Senior Center
Polo Senior Center provides educational, medical and government assistance as well as recreational opportunities to residents in Polo and surrounding communities.  (815) 734-4103
(815) 734-4103  
162-1170Rochelle Christian Food Pantry
Providing food for individuals & families in need in Ogle County.
(815) 562-6654  
162-1200Rock River Center
Programs improving the quality of life for senior citizens in Ogle County.
(815) 732-3252
162-1210Shining Star Children’s Advocacy Center
Advocacy and counseling program for children who have been sexually abused.
(815) 284-1891  
162-1220Village of Progress
Comprehensive programs to maximize independence for developmentally disabled adults in Ogle County.
(815) 732-2126  
See Winnebago County for list of charities..
(815) 968-5400
Mobilizing communities into action through Giving, Advocating, Volunteering.`
(815) 723-2500
164-0010Agape Missions
Services for HID/AIDS, GLBT Counseling & Reentry Services.
(815) 723-1548
164-0020American Red Cross
Disaster Relief, Military Families Assistance, Health, Safety, Community.
(312) 729-6100
164-0030Aunt Martha's Youth Service Center and St Francis Health Center
Delinquency & Crisis Intervention, Healthcare, Housing, & Counseling.
(815) 768-8750
164-0040Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Will & Grundy Counties
Screened Adult Volunteers matched with children needing Mentors.
(815) 723-2227
164-0050Boy Scouts of America - Rainbow Council
Developmental programs for Boys & Girls.
(815) 942-4450
164-0070Camp Fire USA IL Prairie Council
Summer Camp & After-School Programs building future leaders.
(630) 629-5160
164-0075CASA of Will County
Volunteers to Represent abused and neglected children in Court.
(815) 730-7072
164-0080Catholic Charities
Early childhood Head Start, Senior Services & Counseling.
(815) 723-3405
164-0085Catholic Charities/Daybreak Center
Shelter, Support Services for homeless population, Emergency Assistance.
(815) 774-4663
164-0100Center For Correctional Concerns
Educational, Social Services, Chaplaincy & Outreach for those incarcerated.
(815) 740-5631  
164-0105Child Care Resource and Referral
Services for Childcare Providers and those seeking Childcare.
(815) 741-1163
164-0110Advocate Health & Hospitals Corporation (Childhood Trauma Treatment Program)
Treats child sexual abuse & maltreatment victims & families.
(800) 216-1110
164-0120Community Service Council of Northern Will County
Housing and clinical counseling, and Court appointed assessments.
(815) 886-5000
164-0130Cornerstone Services
Progressive and comprehensive services for people with disabilities.
(815) 727-6666
164-0140Crisis Line of Will County
24/7/365 suicide prevention, counseling, information and referral hotline.
(815) 722-3344
164-0150Easter Seals Joliet Region, Inc.
Pediatric & Rehabilitation services for adults and children with special needs.
(815) 725-2194
164-0170Forest Park Community Center
Comprehensive Community Center: Preschool, Computer Training & Teen Development.
(815) 727-7898
164-0180George Werden Buck Boy’s and Girls Club
Youth Programs include Social, Educational, Health, Character Development.
(815) 723-3434
164-0190Girl Scouts of Greater Chicago and Northwest Indiana
Builds girls of courage, confidence & character.
(815) 723-3449
164-0200Good Shepherd Manor
Residential/Day Program for Adult Men with developmental disabilities.
(815) 472-3700
164-0210Guardian Angel Community Services
Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault Services, Alternative School for Youth.
(815) 729-0930
164-0220Hill Memorial Center
Pre-school and social service outlet for youth and adults.
(815) 723-0942
164-0230Joliet Area Community Hospice
Quality and compassion end-of-life care for all ages & community bereavement programs
(815) 740-4104
164-0240Lamb's Fold Center for Women and Children
Transitional Housing for homelsss women and their children, counseling & Support
(815) 723-5262
164-0265(NAMI) Will-Grundy
Supports those diagnosed with Mental Illness & their families.
(815) 731-9103
164-0280The Salvation Army
Provides community center youth programs & support services to those in need.
(815) 726-4834
164-0290Senior Services Center of Will County
Educational & recreational programs, information, meals & assistance for Senior population.
(815) 723-9713
164-0295Sertoma Speech and Hearing Center
Services to those that are speech or hearing impaired.
(630) 633-5060
164-0300The South Suburban Council on Alcoholism and Substance Abuse
Residential and Outpatient Alcohol and Substance Abuse treatment.
(708) 647-3333
164-0310Spanish Community Center
Bilingual Social Services, Immigration assistance & Preschool programs.
(815) 727-3683
164-0320Stepping Stones
Residential and Outpatient Alcohol and Substance Abuse treatment.
(815) 744-4555
164-0330Trinity Services/Family Counseling
Individual/Family Therapy.  Residential/Day program for those with disabilities.
(815) 485-6197
164-0335U of I Cooperative Extension, 4H of Will County
Youth Development Program through University of IL extension.
(815) 727-9296
164-0340United Cerebral Palsy Of Illinois Prairieland
Services to all ages with profound developmental disabilities & their families.
(815) 744-3500
164-0350Vilaseca Day Care Center
Bi-lingual daycare serving children 15 months to 6 years.
(815) 727-1467  
164-0360Warren-Sharpe Community Center
Comprehensive community center: Pre-school, After-School Program & Computer Training.
(815) 722-2727  
164-0370Will County Children's Advocacy Center
Services to child victims of physical and sexual abuse.
(815) 774-4565
164-0380Will County Community Health Center
Provides primary and preventative medical and dental services.
(815) 727-8670
164-0390Will County Habitat for Humanity
Building homes homes for low income, working families & operates Joliet ReStore
(815) 726-1880
164-0400Prairie State Legal Services, Will County Legal Assistance Program
Civil legal assistance to low income and seniors.
(815) 727-5123
164-0410Will Grundy Center for Independent Living
Works with disabled people of all ages to promote equality.
(815) 729-0162
164-0420Will Grundy Medical Clinic
Provides health/dental care without any insurance.
(815) 726-3377
164-0430Greater Joliet Area YMCA
Helping families and individuals lead healthier & happier lives.
(815) 729-9638
164-0435The Cancer Support Center
Counseling, Support Groups, Nutrition Program, Massage therapy & Exercise
(708) 478-3529
164-0440Harvey Brooks Foundation
Preschool, Parent Education Programs, Summer Youth Employment Program
(815) 722-2570
164-0445Bounce Back Social Services
Support Services to Military Veterans and families.
(815) 782-6040
167-0010American Red Cross
Disaster services, blood program, health and safety.
(815) 625-0382  
167-0015Big Brother Big Sister
Community-based and school-based role models.
(815) 626-2227  
167-0020Boy Scouts, Blackhawk Area Council
Comprehensive youth development programs.
(815) 397-0210  
167-0030Catholic Charities
Ombudsman program
(815) 625-6945  
167-0040Girl Scouts of Green Hills Council, Inc.
United Way helps pay membership fees and troop dues for those in need.
(815) 235-8777  
167-0045Home of Hope Cancer Wellness Center
Support services for cancer patients and their families.
(815) 288-4673  
167-0047Let's Feed Our Children
Summer lunch program.
(815) 625-7973  
167-0050Hospice of the Rock River Valley
United Way fuds support bereavement program and volunteer coordination.
(800) 646-9242 or (815) 288-3673  
167-0055L.I.F.E. - Literacy is Fun for Everyone
Provides a book a month to children born in Whiteside County until the age of 5.
167-0060Lutheran Social Services of Illinois
Student assistance, older adult services, prevention, counseling substance abuse.
(815) 626-7333  
167-0070Rock Falls Civic Fund
Summer programs for youth.
(815) 625-0272`  
167-0090Sterling-Rock Falls Child Care
Day care for children aged 1-10.
(815) 626-7397  
167-0110Whiteside County Senior Center
Outreach and transportation to those over 60.
(815) 625-7433 or 626-7707  
167-0115Woodlawn Arts Academy
Scholarships for arts programs.
(815) 626-4278  
167-0120Sterling Rock Falls Family YMCA
Provide scholarships for individual programs/activities.
(815) 535-9622  
167-0130YWCA of the Sauk Valley
Funds for domestic violence/sexual assault programs.
(815) 625-0333  
167-0150White Oaks Therapeutic Equestrian Center
Therapeutic equine riding to meet needs of disabled ages 4-adult.
(815) 772-2669  
173-0000Menard County United Fund
*Donations to this United Way support the following agencies:
Athens Area Food  Pantry
Athens Community Football
Boy Scouts of Menard County - Athens #52
Boy Scouts of Menard County - Petersburg #64
Community Action Partnership
Girl Scouts of Menard Count
(217) 634-4564  
*Donations to this United Way support the following
American Red Cross
Boys & Girls Club of Pontiac
Boys Scouts of America – Local
Child Protection Network Futures Unlimited Inc
Girl Scouts of Central IL
Heartland Head Start
Life Center for Independent Living
Livingston County Commission on Children & Youth
Livingston County Community Pantry
Livingston Family Care Center
Peace Meal – Senior Nutrition
Pontiac Salvation Army
Prairie State Legal Services Inc
Show Bus
(815) 844-5131  
(618) 283-0638  
181-0020Boy Scouts of America, Lincoln Trails Council 121
Citizenship, character and physical development, drug and child abuse prevention.
(217) 429-2326  
181-0030Central Illinois Public Transit - CEFS
Economic Opportunity Corp.
(618) 283-2631  
181-0040Community Resource Center
Prevention/intervention/treatment of emotional, behavior, sexual and substance abuse.
(618) 283-4229  
181-0050Family YMCA of Fayette County
Health and family enrichment for all ages.
(618) 283-1258  
181-0060FAYCO Enterprises, Inc.
Assessment, education, and job training for developmentally disabled.
(618) 283-0638, TDD  
181-0065Fayette County Senior Citizens Services
Multi-services and programs for persons 55 and over.
(618) 283-1040  
181-0070Friends and Families of Fayette County Hospital
Purchase needed medical equipment for hospital.
(618) 283-1231  
181-0080Girl Scouts of the USA - Shagbark Council
Builds leadership, character, and citizenship for girls.
(618) 942-3164  
181-0087Operation Outing
Provides lift-equipped transport for nursing home residents.
(618) 283-0057  
181-0090SAFE Sexual Assault and Family Emergencies
Help and crisis intervention for sexual assault victims.
(618) 283-1414; 24-hr. Hotline: (800) 625-1414  
*Donations to this United Way support the following agencies:
American Red Cross
Beardstown Baseball-Softball Association
Beardstown Boxing
Beardstown Community Park District Beardstown Immigrant Families
Beardstown Ministerial Association
Beardstown Public Library
Beardstown Rescue Squad
Beardstown Special Olympics
Beardstown Swimming Program
Boy Scouts
Cass Council on Aging
Cass County Food Pantry
Cass County Human Resource
Cass County Teen Reach Cass Schulyer Hospice Christian Love in Action Crisis Center Foundation
Girl Scouts
Habitat for Humanity
Heritage Preservation Foundation
Midwest Youth Services Prairie Council on Aging Pregnancy Resource Salvation Army
Shop with a Cop
Tiger Closet
(217) 323-5660  
Serves LASALLE COUNTY for the following locations:   Cedar Point, Earlville, LaSalle, Lostant, Mendota, Oglesby, Peru, Tonica, Triumph, Troy Gove, Utica.
BUREAU COUNTY for the following locations: Cherry, Dalzell, Ladd, Spring Valley.
(815) 223-8339  
185-0010Alternatives for Older Adults
Home care, visiting, transportation, meals and support for seniors.
(815) 663-0511  
185-0020ADV / SAS
Domestic violence and sexual assault services, 24-hour.
(800) 892-3375  
185-0030Boy Scouts, W.D. Boyce Council
Activities and education for children and youth.
(309) 673-6136  
185-0060Center for Youth & Family Solutions
Family counseling; adoption; foster care.
(815) 223-4007  
185-0070Child Advocacy Center: Dani-Brandon Center for Children
CAC minimizes trauma to and support the safety of child victims of sexual and/or serious physical abuse.
(815) 433-0411  
185-0080Girl Scouts of Central Illinois
Activities and education for children and youth.
(815) 223-3613  
185-0090Horizon House
Care for disabled.  Respite-Client and Familty Support.
(815) 223-4488  
185-0095Illinois Valley Center for Independent Living
Transportation and advocacy for people with physical disabilities.
(815) 224-3126  
185-0100Illinois Valley Food Pantry
Emergency food for needy.
(815) 224-3658  
185-0130Illinois Valley Y
Activities and education for youth.
(815) 223-7904  
185-0140In-Home Care, VNA
Health care and wellness.
(815) 875-4114  
185-0150LaSalle County CASA
Court Appointed Special Advocates - for children who are victims of abuse.
(815) 434-2620  
185-0160Lighted Way Association
Care for disabled.
(815) 224-1345  
185-0170Mendota Area Senior Services
Care and services for elderly.
(815) 539-7700  
185-0190Prairie State Legal Services
Legal assistance (civil).
(815) 434-5903  
185-0210Red Cross - Illinois Valley Chapter
Disaster services and education.
(815) 223-0922  
185-0240Youth Service Bureau of Illinois Valley
Youth and family counseling.
(815) 433-3953  
Enhances the quality of life for those in need in local communities by facilitating access to resources.
(815) 363-1377
189-0010Adult & Child Rehabilitation Center for McHenry County
Provides physical, occupational, speech therapies, pediatrics through geriatrics, in outpatient clinic.  Home health care program includes same therapies plus nursing care provided in client's home.
(815) 338-1707
189-0020Big Brothers Big Sisters of McHenry County
Carefully screened volunteers spend one-on-one time with at-risk youth 6-18 years old.  Together the "matches" build trusting relationships that positively change the child forever.
(815) 385-3855
189-0030Boy Scouts - Blackhawk Area Council
Scouting is a comprehensive youth development program that strengthens families and teaches leadership and life skills, citizenship, and values.  Accomplished through weekly meetings and monthly outings.
(815) 397-0210
189-0040CASA of McHenry County
Provides adult volunteers to assist children through the court system in McHenry County.
(815) 363-5920
189-0050Catholic Charities
We provide foster care, adoption, crisis, pregnancy services, school/individual counseling, physician referral services to everyone, regardless of race, religion, ethnicity or inability to pay.
(815) 344-6956
189-0060Child Advocacy Center of McHenry County, Inc.
Provides advocacy services to children who have experienced physical or sexual assault by assisting law enforcement in all stages of the investigation and court proceedings.
(815) 334-9597
189-0070Community Action Agency for McHenry County
The agency administers Head Start providing free countywide comprehensive developmental preschool for children from low-income families.  Parent education, health and social services are included.
(815) 338-8790  
189-0075Community Coordinated Child Care
Promote and support quality early care and education for children in McHenry County.
189-0090Consumer Credit Counseling Service of McHenry County
Provides budget, mortgage default, foreclosure prevention, reverse mortgage, bankruptcy, credit report counseling; budgeting, bankruptcy and pre-purchase housing classes; debt management program to repay unsecured debt.
(815) 338-5757
189-0095Senior Care Volunteer Network
Coordinated volunteer activities to assist seniors in everyday activities such as transportation and assistance in keeping their homes in livable condition.
(815) 455-3120
189-0100Family Alliance
Comprehensive geriatric services for mentally and/or physically fragile seniors and caregivers.  Mental health assessment, day programs, carse management, counseling, caregiver and community suppport.
(815) 338-3590
189-0110Family Health Partnership Clinic
The Clinic provides primary health care to the uninsured and underinsured of the McHenry County, Illinois using volunteer physicians and a dedicated staff.
(779) 220-9300
189-0130Friendship House
A DCFS licensed childcare facility providing a nuturing environment rich in developmentally appropriate activities to children 6 weeks to 12 years.
(815) 459-6552
189-0140Girl Scouts of Northern Illinois
Girl Scouting provides girls ages five through seventeen a contemporary, value-centered, informal educational program which provides opportunities that help girls develop leadership skills.
(847) 741-5521
189-0145Greater Elgin Family Care Center
Works to make primary health care accessible to low-income, uninsured, publicly insured or otherwise vulnerable populations who struggle to find these health care services.
189-0150Home of the Sparrow
Offers hope, opportunity, and supportive services to homeless women and children through transitional housing programs in congregate living shelters and scattered site apartments.
(815) 271-5444
We enhance life by providing dignified, compassionate, quality care and guidance to those coping with serious illness, end of life and loss.
(847) 381-5599
189-0160Light Center Foundation
Utilizes alternate methods of therapy to reach troubled children in a non-threatening rural/farm environment.
(815) 923-2613
189-0175Not-For Profit Resources
Coordinates the volunteer activities within the county for all not-for-profit agencies.
189-0180Pioneer Center for Human Services
Provide vocational, residential, and case management services to adults with developmental disabilities, mental illness, traumatic brain injury children under 5, homeless and sexual assault victims.
(815) 344-1230
189-0190Prairie State Legal Services
Provides free legal assistance to those needing assistance in areas of foreclosure, order of protection and other services.
(815) 965-2134
Works with individuals to stop the abuse of alcohol and/or drugs and return the individual to a productively functioning state of being.
(815) 363-6132
189-0195Sage YMCA of Metro Chicago
Committed to strengthening communities through youth development, healthy living and social responsibility.
(815) 459-4455
189-0200The Salvation Army - Community Center
Coordinates community support to those in need through a community center and several service extension units.
(815) 455-2769
189-0210The Salvation Army Golden Diners
Delivers home meals to seniors in the community who require assistance through the assistance of a volunteer group of drivers.
(630) 232-6676
189-0220Senior Services Associates
Senior Services provides elder abuse investigation, case management, caregiver respite, transportation, wellness programs, nursing home ombudsman, recreation, information and assistance, with 24/7 crisis services.
(847) 741-0404
189-0230Turning Point
Comprehensive domestic violence services including crisis intervention, emergency shelter, legal and non-legal advocacy, trauma based therapy, children's program, prevention and education, and batterer intervention program.
(815) 338-8081
*Donations to this United Way support the following agencies:
Alternatives for the Older Adult-Provides a number of services to senior citizens, 800-798-0988
American Red Cross-Emergency and Poverty Services (309) 344-1611
Buchanan Center for the Arts-Community Art Center/Children’s Arts Fine Arts/Literacy (309) 734-3033
Cameron Recreational Council-Youth & Family Services (309) 368-7275
Carl Sandburg Literacy Coalition-Education/Literacy Services (309) 344-1631
The Center for Youth and Family Solutions-Family Health/Social Services (309) 342-1136
Child Advocacy Center-Youth and Family Services (309) 344-8416
Eagle View-Community Health Services (309) 867-2734
Girl Scouts of Eastern Iowa & Western Illinois -Youth and Family Services (309) 752-3639
Illowa Council; Boy Scouts of America -Youth and Family Services (563) 349-8055
Jamieson Community Center-Emergency/Poverty Services (309) 344-1611
Kirkwood Senior Citizens-Services for area seniors (309) 768-2146
Lutheran Preschool & Daycare Center-Child Care/Educational Services (309) 734-5350
Lutheran Social Services of Illinois-Health/Social Services (309) 343-7681
Monmouth Early Learning Center-Day Care/Educational Services (309) 734-9437
Mother to Mother Ministry of Warren County-Youth and Family Services (309) 734-1785
Prairie State Legal Services-Health/Social Services (309) 343-2141
Rainbow Riders
Support for Developmentally Disabled (309) 734-4849
Roseville Kids Place-Day Care/Educational Services (309) 426-1661
RSVP-Senior Citizen Services (309) 793-6800
Starting Point-Emergency/Poverty Services (309) 734-8991
Strom Center-Senior Citizen Services (309) 734-4560
Teddy Bear Child Development Center-Day Care  Services (309) 734-2724
Triumph Services-Developmentally Disabled Services (309) 344-2600
Warren Achievement Center -Developmentally Disabled Services (309) 734-3131
Warren County Health Department -Health/Social Services (309) 734-1314
Warren County Historical Society -Education/History/Tourism (309) 337-1302
Warren County YMCA-Youth/Family Services (309) 734-3183
(309) 734-6364
*Donations to this United Way support the following agencies:
American Red Cross, Bureau County Chapter
Bureau County Food Pantry
Bureau County Health and Wellness Clinic
Bureau County Senior Citizens Association
Gateway Services, Inc.
Girl Scouts of Central Illinois
Illinois Valley Center for Independent Living Center   for Youth and Family Solutions
In-Home Care, VNA
Prairie State Legal Services
The Salvation Army
University of Illinois, Extension, Bureau  Co. Chapter
Community Impact
WD Boyce Council of Boy Scouts
Youth Service Bureau
(815) 872-0821  
Also includes the following Counties: Clinton, Monroe, Randolph and St. Clair.  See St. Clair County for agency listings.
(618) 233-8441
195-0020The Alliance on Mental Illness - NAMI St. Louis
Offers support, education, advocacy, and research into how to cope with, recover from, and ultimately cure mental illnesses.
(314) 962-4670  
195-0025Almost Home, Inc.
Long term transitional housing, education, counseling and support services for homeless teenage mothers and their children.
(314) 771-4663  
195-0030Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Association - St. Louis Regional Chapter
Patient support for individuals and families with Lou Gehrig’s disease; disease management education for healthcare community.
(314) 432-7257  
195-0040Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Disorders Association – St. Louis Chapter
Assists victims and families through local services, education, advocacy and research.
(314) 432-3422  
195-0050American Cancer Society
The largest funder of non-governmental cancer research resulting in breakthrough discoveries and 40 Nobel Prize winners.  Provides community-based early detection and prevention.
(314) 286-8100  
195-0060American Diabetes Association
Committed to finding a cure for diabetes, improving care, and providing information and support to people with diabetes through research, community programs and advocacy.
(314) 822-5490  
195-0090American Heart Association – Greater St. Louis Chapter
Medical research and promotion of cardiovascular health.
(314) 692-5600  
195-0100American Lung Association of the Plains - Gulf Region, Inc.
Lung disease prevention, health promotion services and research.
(314) 645-5505  
195-0130American Red Cross - St. Louis Area Chapter
Relief to victims of disasters; helping people prevent, prepare for, and respond to emergencies; and aid to military families.
(314) 516-2800  
195-0140Annie Malone Children and Family Service Center
Residential care for neglected, dependent, and disturbed children and youth.
(314) 531-0120  
195-0150Arthritis Foundation, Heartland Region, Inc.
Supports education and research about arthritis.
(314) 991-9333 or toll free (800) 406-2491  
195-0160Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America - St. Louis Chapter
Supports research to cure asthma and allergies and help sufferers through patient education, practical advice, and support groups.
(314) 645-2422  
195-0180Big Brothers Big Sisters of Eastern Missouri
Guidance for children, 7-14, from single parent families through a one-to-one relationship matching volunteers as Big Brothers/Sisters.
(314) 361-5900  
195-0182Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southwestern Illinois
Provides adult role models in one-on-one relationships with at-risk children.
(618) 398-3162  
195-0185Boy Scouts of America - Greater St. Louis Area Council
Scouting programs for youth in the St. Louis area.
(314) 361-0600  
195-0190Lewis and Clark Council, Inc. Boy Scouts of America
Scouting programs for youth in the Metro East area.
(618) 234-9111  
195-0210Boys and Girls Clubs of St. Charles County
Youth guidance program offering diversified activities to children ages 8-18.
(636) 946-6255  
195-0230Bridgeway Behavioral Health
Alcohol and drug dependency outpatient counseling, shelter, care and counseling for abused women and their children.
(636) 224-1210  
195-0240Call for Help, Inc.
Crisis Services and information and referral line.
(618) 397-0968  
195-0250Cardinal Ritter Senior Services
Home health services and housing for the elderly.
(314) 931-8000  
195-0270Catholic Charities of St. Louis
Coordinating agency for over 100 St. Louis archdiocesan charities.
(314) 367-5500  
195-0300Catholic Family Services, Inc.
Professional counseling services for individuals and families.
(314) 544-3800  
195-0310Caritas family solutions
Counseling, adoption, foster care, senior housing and employment, and residential care.
(618) 234-4278  
195-0325Community Link
Developmental, residential, employment and support services for people with developmental disabilities and their families in the Clinton County area.
(618) 526-8800  
195-0327Center for Hearing & Speech
Hearing, speech and language services, including hearing aids and therapy programs for all ages.
(314) 968-4710  
195-0328Center for Women in Transition
Provides mentoring, advocacy, housing and other assistance for women exiting prison and their families.
(314) 771-5207  
195-0330Central Institute for the Deaf
Serves the hearing impaired: oral education, school for deaf children, and clinics for children and adults.
(314) 977-0000  
195-0340Child Center Marygrove
Residential, transitional, crisis, and special education services for severely emotionally disturbed children.
(314) 837-1702  
195-0350United 4 Children
Provides child care information and referrals to families, continuing education for child care providers and teachers, and sponsors the Child Care Food Program.
(314) 531-1412  
195-0380Children’s Home and Aid
Provides a continuum of professional services to children and their families, including foster care, adoption, and quality in-home services.
(618) 452-8900  
195-0390Children’s Home Society of Missouri
Transitional adoption services, counseling services for children with emotional disorders, and services for children with physical and developmental disabilities.
(314) 968-2350  
195-0395College Bound
College Bound's vision is to end generational poverty within each family - forever.
(314) 361-4441
195-0400Community Council of St. Charles County, Inc.
Improve quality of life of citizens of St. Charles County through enhancement of human service system; achieved through broad-based participation by interested citizens and organizations.
(636) 978-2277  
195-0410Comtrea, Inc.
Comprehensive community mental health center, not-for-profit, providing shelter for battered women and their children, substance abuse treatment, and other mental health counseling.
(636) 931-2700  
195-0420Cornerstone Center for Early Learning, Inc.
A licensed, accredited child care program serving children 6 weeks-6 years on a sliding scale.  Curriculum is "Constructivism", a research-based developmentally appropriate approach.
(314) 865-5244  
195-0425Voices for Children
Assists abused and neglected children in need of safe, permanent homes through independent investigating, facilitating and reporting efforts of community volunteers appointed by the Family Court of St. Louis County.
(314) 615-2908  
195-0430Crider Health Center
Provides prevention and early intervention, case management and psychiatric care rehabilitation and community support for adults with a serious mental illness and emotionally disturbed children.
(636) 332-6000  
195-0440Crime Victim Advocacy Center of St. Louis
Supportive and advocacy services to victims of crime.
(314) 652-3623  
195-0450Delta Gamma Center for Children with Visual Impairments
Provides educational and therapy services for blind/visually impaired children birth to 3 years and family support services for families with children of any age.
(314) 776-1300  
195-0460Next Step for Life, Inc.
Provides public services for the developmentally disabled.
(636) 282-4400  
195-0480Great Circle (Edgewood Children’s Center)
Accredited residental, day, and out-patient treatment and evaluation program for severely emotionally disturbed children, ages 5-17 years.
(314) 968-2060  
195-0500Emmaus Homes, Inc.
Residential, habilitative and recreational programs for adults with developmental disabilities.
(636) 534-5200  
195-0510Employment Connection
Comprehensive employment and retention services for individuals with barriers to employment.
(314) 333-5627  
195-0520Epilepsy Foundation of Missouri and Kansas
Serves people with epilepsy and their families.  Dedicated to preventing epilepsy, educating the community, promotiong independence and quality of life for people affected by epilepsy.
(314) 781-4949  
195-0530Epworth Children and Family Services, Inc.
Provides emergency shelter, residential treatment, family support services, special education day treatment program, and Independent Living program for youth in need or in crisis.
(314) 961-5718  
195-0540Family Resource Center
Individual, group and family therapy and a therapeutic day care for abused, neglected and at-risk children and their families.
(314) 534-9350  
195-0560Community Living, Inc.
St. Charles County based agency that offers Educational, In-home Respite, and Teen Recreation programs for individuals that have developmental disabilities and their families.
(636) 970-2800  
195-0575Father’s Support Center, St. Louis
Programs to reconnect non-custodial fathers with their children and strengthen fragile families; provide leadership and development programs for children and youth.
(314) 333-4170  
195-0577Foster and Adoptive Care Coalition (FACC)
Recruits and supports foster/adoptive homes in the region.
(314) 367-8373  
195-0582Gene Slay’s Boys’ Club of St. Louis, Inc.
Provides physical, recreational, social, educational, vocational and leadership training for boys, 6-18.
(314) 772-5661  
195-0590Girl Scout Council of Eastern Missouri
Provides value-oriented program that serves the unique interests of girls, helping them to reach their highest potential and grow into competent and caring women.
(314) 592-2300  
195-0595Girl Scouts of Southern Illinois
Youth development and recreation, day and overnight camping for boys in the Metro East area.
(618) 692-0692  
195-0610Girls Incorporated of St. Louis
Helps girls ages 4-18 grow through educational, cultural, recreational, and personal development programs in a safe environment.
(314) 385-8088  
195-0620Good Shepherd Children and Family Services
Case management and counseling services for individuals and families.
(314) 854-5700  
195-0640Grace Hill Settlement House
Provides innovative comprehensive community-directed services stressing capacity building and neighbors helping neighbors in four primary areas: neighborhood organization, child and family support, housing, and health.
(314) 539-9500  
195-0660Guardian Angel Settlement Association
Educational, social services and child care for youth, families and seniors in the near south side.
(314) 231-3188  
195-0670Harris House Foundation
Residential program for adult alcoholics/substance abusers. Provides a structured recovery program; room/board; counseling; and medical, job, and legal referrals.
(314) 631-4299  
195-0680Boys & Girls Club of Greater St. Louis
Recreation, athletics, leadership training, health education, fitness and character development programs for youth.
(314) 335-8000  
195-0700Human Support Services
Day training and work program for developmentally disabled and mentally ill; professional counseling, substance abuse, community integrated living, crisis intervention, prevention services, and supported employment.
(618) 939-4444  
Transitional and follow-up services for homeless individuals and families.
(314) 772-7720  
195-0710Illinois Center for Autism
Provides comprehensive mental health/educational services to children and adults with autism.
(618) 398-7500  
195-0720International Institute of Metropolitan St. Louis
Teaches English, finds jobs, and counsels over 7,000 new Americans from 40 countries annually.
(314) 773-9090  
195-0740Jewish Community Center
Provides for the cultural, physical, social, recreational and educational needs of the community through its various programs and services.
(314) 432-5700  
195-0750Jewish Family and Children’s Service
Offers emergency financial assistance, individual/group counseling, elderly care, child abuse prevention, and refugee resettlement services.
(314) 993-1000  
195-0760Jewish Federation of St. Louis
Provides humanitarian services to people in the St. Louis Area and is the St. Louis affiliate of United Jewish Communities of North America.
(314) 432-0020  
195-0765Alternatives Opportunities, Inc.
Assists persons with developmental disabilities to become gainfully employed.
(314) 835-0226  
195-0780JDRF/ Greater Missouri & Southern Illinois
Supports research to find a cure for diabetes and its complications.  Provides peer-to-peer mentoring, management tools for newly diagnosed families, and the Family Network.
(314) 726-6778  
195-0790Kids in the Middle, Inc.
Provides comprehensive counseling services to children experiencing difficulties due to the separation, divorce, and/or remarriage of their parents, and parent/community support and education..
(314) 909-9922  
195-0800KUTO Kids Under Twenty-One
Provides teen crisis intervention and prevention services with an emphasis on suicide.
(314) 963-7571  
195-0810Kingdom House
Provides child care, social, and educational services to low-income families.
(314) 421-0400  
195-0820Land of Lincoln Legal Assistance Foundation, Inc.
Provide free high-quality legal assistance to resolve the critically important legal problems of low-income and elderly persons through legal advice, representation, and education..
(618) 398-0958  
195-0830Legal Services of Eastern Missouri, Inc.
Provides legal assistance to low-income individuals.
(314) 534-4200  
195-0840Lemay Child and Family Center
Early childhood education center for children ages 6 weeks through 12 years.
(314) 544-3338  
195-0850Lessie Bates Davis Neighborhood House
Provides support services for residents of East St. Louis: day care, recreation/education, parent training, emergency assistance, homemaker/transportation services for elderly, and more..
(618) 874-0777  
195-0860Leu Civic Center, Inc.
Plans, organizes, coordinates, implements, and executes a varieity of recreational, cultural, social, and civic programs for citizens of Mascoutah, Scott AFB, and surrounding communities.
(618) 566-2175  
195-0870Easter Seals Midwest
Competitive employment, community living, and socialization training for teens and adults with disabilities.
(314) 567-7705  
195-0890Lincoln County Council on Aging
Provides meals and support services to persons 60+, and the handicapped throughout Lincoln County.
(636) 528-7000  
Assists families seeking long-term care services for an elderly relative.
(314) 918-8222  
195-0920Lutheran Child and Family Services of Illinois
Adoption, foster care, case management, food and emergency assistance, and child care.
(618) 234-8904  
195-0930Lutheran Family and Children’s Services of Missouri
Provides adoption, foster care, counseling for single, expectant parents, individual and family counseling; emergency assistance; mentoring; and transitional housing programs to those in risk situations.
(314) 787-5100  
195-0940Lutheran Senior Services
Residential and in-home services to help seniors live independently.
(314) 968-9313  
195-0960Mary Ryder Home
Provides housing and residential care services (personal care, dietary) for low-income (elderly 55+ years) individuals. Program includes scheduled activities, entertainment, occupational & physical therapy.
(314) 531-2981  
195-0980Mathews-Dickey Boys and Girls Club
Develops the maximum athletic, educational, and social potential of girls and boys with a primary focus on ages 6-18.
(314) 382-5952  
195-0990Mental Health America of Eastern Missouri
Works for the promotion of mental health, the prevention of mental illness, and the improved care and treatmnet of people with mental illnesses.
(314) 773-1399  
195-1000MERS/Missouri Goodwill Industries
Empowers persons in need of jobs and independent living to maximize community integration, economic independence, and opportunity through assessment, counseling, training, placement, and follow up.
(314) 241-3464  
Closed-circuit radio reading service broadcasting exclusively to the blind and print handicapped of the Greater St. Louis Area.
(618) 394-6444  
195-1010Missouri Association for Social Welfare
Strives for fair and practical social policy from state government for the state’s vulnerable people through research, organization, public education, and governmental relations.
(573) 634-2901  
195-1020Lupus Foundation of America Heartland Chapter Inc.
Patient-oriented organization helping people with lupus and their families by providing information, referral, education, crisis intervention and support for lupus research.
(314) 644-2222  
195-1030National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse - St. Louis Area
Alcohol/drug abuse information, assessments, referral, public awareness, prevention and education services for individuals, families, communities, schools, and organizations throughout the St. Louis Area.
(314) 962-3456  
195-1040National Kidney Foundation Inc.
Patient services, education and research.
(314) 961-2828  
195-1050National Multiple Sclerosis Society - Gateway Area Chapter
Sponsors MS research and programs for people with MS, including education, counseling, MS library, referrals, independent living aids, advocacy, therapeutic recreation.
(314) 781-9020  
195-1060Neighborhood Houses
Four community centers, social programs for all ages, child care.
(314) 383-1733  
195-1070Northside Community Center, Inc.
Provides social service and community development programs to low-income children, seniors, and families in the Greater Ville neighborhood of North St. Louis.
(314) 531-4161  
195-1090Nurses for Newborns Foundation
Nurses for Newborns works to decrease infant mortality and prevent child abuse through promotion of healthcare and positive parenting skills.
(314) 544-3433  
195-1115Paraquad, Inc.
To empower people with disabilities to live as independent, productive members of our society.
(314) 289-4200  
195-1130Provident Inc.
Provident delivers high quality mental health services, including counseling, training and education, advocacy, case management, referral, prevention services, research, and community outreach.
(314) 371-6500  
195-1140Queen of Peace Center
Residential and out-patient drug and alcohol treatment for women and children. Three program sites include therapeutic children services, day care, homeless shelter, and multiple transitional housing.
(314) 531-0511  
195-1145Redevelopment Opportunities for Women
Services are focused on increasing economic stability for low income women.
(314) 588-8300  
195-1150Safe Connections
Helps women who have been emotionally, physically, or sexually abused by providing crisis hotline, counseling, and education programs.
(314) 646-7500  
195-1170Saint Louis Crisis Nursery
Emergency shelter for children whose families are in crisis.
(314) 292-5570  
195-1180Saint Louis Effort For AIDS
Testing, AIDS/STD Helpline, speaker’s bureau, prevention education and medication adherence and social support services to over 75,000 persons annually who are affected by HIV/AIDS. .
(314) 645-6451  
195-1190Salvation Army, The
Social services for individuals and families, including emergency shelter, day camps, substance abuse treatment, senior centers, and child care.
(314) 646-3000  
195-1200Scott Air Force Base Youth Programs
Provides before and after school, summer day camp, part-day preschool, sports, instructional classes, social, and educational activities for children 3-18 years old.
(618) 744-9862  
195-1210Senior Services Plus, Inc
Support services for individuals age 55+ in the counties of Madison and St. Clair.
(618) 465-3298  
195-1220Sherwood Forest Camp, Inc.
Summer resident camping program for disadvantaged and/or disabled children; additional programs for homeless families.
(314) 644-3322  
195-1240Society of St. Vincent DePaul of St. Louis
Personal assistance with furniture, food, clothing, rent, utilities, transportation and companionship to people in crisis.
(314) 531-2183  
195-1275Southside Early Childhood Center
Child care center, neighborhood revitalization programs, and expectant family home visits.
(314) 865-0322  
195-1280St. Clair Associated Vocational Enterprises (SAVE)
Provides day program and residential services to developmentally disabled adults in St. Clair County.
(618) 234-1992  
195-1281St. Clair County Child Advocacy Center
Fosters development and enhances family functioning by coordinating services for children and families involved in child abuse.
(618) 277-1134  
195-1285CASA of Southwestern Illinois
Provides a coordinated, child-focused, multi-disciplinary response to child sexual abuse in St. Clair County.
(618) 234-4278  
195-1290St. Joseph Institute for the Deaf
Teaches deaf children, infancy-8th grade, to listen and talk, while also teaching them a complete elementary education, enableing them to enroll in mainstream schools.
(636) 532-3211  
195-1300St. Louis ARC
Provides advocacy, support, and services to individuals with developmental disabilities and to their families to achieve their goals in the home, workplace, and community. .
(314) 569-2211  
195-1310St. Louis Area Food Bank
Food and personal items clearinghouse serving food pantries in Missouri and Illinois.
(314) 292-6262  
195-1320Lifebridge Partnership
Provides recreation and socialization opportunities to children and adults with physical disabilities in St. Louis city and county.  Support from the St. Louis Society includes transportation, education and referral, and social networking.
(314) 989-1188  
195-1330St. Martha’s Hall
A confidential shelter care program for abused women and their children. We offer shelter, counseling, support groups, legal advocacy, information & referral, and follow-up.
(314) 533-1313  
195-1340St. Martin’s Child Center, Inc.
Child care center for children 2-6 years; special summer activities.
(314) 524-4719  
195-1350St. Mary’s Special Services for Exceptional Children
Early intervention therapies; inclusionary child care and preschool education for children to age 6.
(314) 792-7320  
195-1360St. Patrick Center
Provides services to homeless and impoverished people through counseling, education, job training, employment, and housing.
(314) 802-0700  
195-1370St. Vincent Home for Children
Provides love, security, and professional treatment for troubled children and their families through a fully integrated program of services.
(314) 261-6011  
195-1380Stella Maris Child Center
Child care center for children 6 weeks - 5 years; school age programs.
(314) 367-7950  
195-1385Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) Resources, Inc.
Serves all those in Missouri who are touched or may be touched by SIDS through counseling, professional and community education, an encouraging SIDS research.
(314) 822-2323  
195-1390Support Dogs, Inc.
Provides canine assistance to help individuals with disabilities to be more independent.
(314) 997-2325  
195-1405Turning Point
Offers a safe haven for victims of domestic violence.
(636) 456-1186  
195-1410United Cerebral Palsy Heartland
Services for disabled children, including an early learning center; adaptive equipment services.
(636) 227-6030  
195-1420United Services for Children
Provides inclusive early intervention programs to children that have developmental delays. Programs include developmental preschool, therapy services, family support, and day care services.
(636) 926-2700  
195-1430University City Children’s Center
Child care center for children 6 weeks - 6 years.
(314) 726-0148  
195-1440Urban League of Metropolitan St. Louis, Inc.
Charitable social welfare agency provides services, advocates for and conducts programs in: community organization, cultural enrichment, education, employment, housing, health services, and research.
(314) 615-3600  
195-1455Violence Prevention Center of Southwestern Illinois, The
Provides services to victims of family violence and their children. Services are shelter, advocacy, walk-in counseling, 24-hour crisis line, and prevention.
(618) 236-2531  
195-1460Visiting Nurse Association Hospice Care
Provides an organizational format for the provision of health-related services to the St. Louis community.
(314) 918-7171  
195-1480Webster Child Care Center at Laclede Groves
Offers all-day care and preschool education. Serves children ages 6 weeks through 6 years, in a safe, loving environment, providing peace of mind to working parents.
(314) 968-3189  
195-1490Wesley House Association
Neighborhood settlement providing Meals-On-Wheels, Latchkey, summer camp, and other social/educational enrichment programs.
(314) 385-1000  
195-1500Women’s Safe House, The
Reduce the incidence and impact of domestic violence by providing safe shelter, support services, 24-hour hotline to battered women and their children. Community educaiton/collaboration.
(314) 772-4535  
195-1520Wyman Center
Wyman Center helps youngsters develop character, skills, and knowledge to reach their full potential through: after-school activities, summer day camps, and year round resident camps.
(636) 938-5245  
195-1530YMCA of Southwest Illinois
Programs of social, cultural, and recreation for youth, adults, and families from communities in St. Clair, Monroe, Randolph, and Clinton counties.
(618) 233-9485  
195-1540Young Men’s Christian Association of Greater St. Louis
Health and family fitness activities, child care, camping, latchkey centers, tutoring, youth development.
(314) 436-1177  
195-1550Youth and Family Center, The
Recreation, campaign and after-school activities for youth; computer literacy; job training; meals for seniors.
(314) 231-1147  
195-1560Youth in Need, Inc.
Children, youth and families receive services ranging from crisis intervention to long term care, which strengthen families, build self-esteem, and develop independent living skills.
(636) 946-5600  
195-1570YWCA of Metropolitan St. Louis
Housing for homeless, single, women; affordable, accredited child care/summer day-camp; assists sexual assault survivors; works toward social/racial justice; focus: women and youth.
(314) 531-1115  
*Donations to this United Way support the following agencies:
Abilities Plus
Alternatives for Older Adults
Andover Senior Citizens
Braveheart Childrens Advocacy Center
Colona Community Organization
Colona Township Food Pantry
Good Sheperd Foundation
(309) 526-3730  
*Donations to this United Way support the following agencies:
Comprehensive Connections (Sunshine Center Meals on
Epilepsy Foundation of Southern Illinois
Girl Scouts of Southern Illinois)
Jefferson County CASA (Court Appointed Special
Habitat for Humanity Jefferson County Jefferson County Habitat for Humanity Lifeboat Alliance Family Shelter
One Hope United
SAFE (Sexual Assault and Family Emergency)
Senior Services of Jefferson & Marion County
Southern Illinois Radio Information Services (SIRIS)
The Amy Schulz Child Advocacy Center Washington County Senior Services WSIU
YMCA of Jefferson County
(618) 242-8000
214-0000Fairbury Community Fund

(815) 848-5988  
United Way of Southern Illinois includes the following counties: Alexander, Franklin, Gallatin, Hamilton, Hardin, Jackson (Carbondale & Murphysboro), Johnson, Perry, Pope, Pulaski, Saline, Union, White, and Williamson (Herrin & Marion).
(618) 997-7744
251-0010UWSI - Alexander/Johnson/Pulaski/Union Counties
*Donations to this United Way support the following agencies and projects:
Adams County RSVP Addicts Victorious
Advocacy Network for Children
American Red Cross Adams County Chapter
Big Brothers Big Sisters of West Central Illinois
Boy Scouts Mississippi Valley Council
Cheerful Home Child Care & Early Learning Center
Community for Christ Assistance Center Cornerstone: Foundations for Families
Girl Scouts of Central Illinois
Madonna House
Panther Pride Foundation for Central Schools
Quincy Catholic Charities
Quincy Family YMCA
Recovery Resources
The Salvation Army
Transitions of Western Illinois
Tri-State Audio Information Service
YWCA of Quincy
United Way - Volunteer Income Tax Assistance
United Way - Quincy Area Partnership for Unmet Needs
United Way - Education Initiative United Way - Income Initiative United Way - Health Initiative
251-0020UWSI - Franklin County
*Donations to this United Way support the following agencies:
Benton-West City Ministerial Alliance
C.A.S.A. of Franklin County
Caritas Family Solutions
Egyptian Area Agency on Aging
Epilepsy Foundation of Southern IL
Franklin County Senior Services, Inc.
Gum Drops, NFP
Pregnancy Matters
Williamson County Child Advocacy Center Williamson County Family Crisis Center
Women’s Center, The
(618) 997-7744
251-0030UWSI - Saline County
*Donations to this United Way support the following agencies:
Anna Bixby Women’s Center
Boy Scouts – Greater St. Louis Council
CASA of Saline County
Egyptian Area Agency on Aging - Holiday Meals on Wheels Program
Epilepsy Foundation of Southern Illinois
Girl Scouts of Southern IL
Golden Circle Senior Citizens Center
The Guardian Center
Harvest Deliverance Center
Lutheran Social Services
TLC of Southern & Central Illinois
(The Therapy Center)
Visiting Nurses Association (VNA)
(618) 997-7744
251-0050UWSI - Gallatin, Hardin & Pope Counties
*Donations to this United Way support the following agencies:
Anna Bixby Women’s Center
Golden Circle Senior Citizens Council
(618) 997-7744
251-0060UWSI - White & Hamilton Counties
*Donations to this United Way support the following agencies:
Anna Bixby Women’s Center
Boy Scouts – Greater St. Louis Council
Caritas Family Solutions
Girl Scouts of Southern Illinois
The Guardian Center, Inc.
Visiting Nurses Association (VNA Plus)
(618) 997-7744
251-0070UWSI - Gallatin, Hardin & Pope Counties
(618) 997-7744
251-0080UWSI - Jackson - Carbondale Area
*Donations to this United Way support the following agencies:
Adolescent Health Care – Shawnee Health Services
Archway, Inc.
Boy Scouts – Greater St. Louis Council
Egyptian Area Agency on Aging - Holiday Meals on Wheels Program
Girl Scouts of Southern Illinois
Perry-Jackson Child Advocacy Center
Pregnancy Matters
Senior Adult Services
TLC of Southern & Central Illinois (The
Therapy Center)
Williamson County Family Crisis Center
The Women’s Center
(618) 997-7744
251-0090UWSI - Herrin Area
*Donations to this United Way support the following agencies:
Boy Scouts – Greater St. Louis Council
C.A.S.A. of Williamson County
Egyptian Area Agency on Aging
Holiday Meals on Wheels Program
Girl Scouts of Southern Illinois
Gum Drops, NFP
Herrin Junior Ball
Herrin Teen Town
Williamson County Child Advocacy Center
Williamson County Family Crisis Center
Williamson County Program on Aging – Home Delivery Service
The Women’s Center
(618) 997-7744
251-0095UWSI - Murphysboro Area
*Donations to this United Way support the following agencies:
Adolescent Health Care – Shawnee Health Services
Archway, Inc.
Big Brothers Big Sisters (Centerstone, IL)
Boy Scouts – Greater St. Louis Council
Egyptian Area Agency on Aging - Holiday Meals on Wheels Program
Girl Scouts of Southern Illinois
Gum Drops, NFP
JALC Family Learning Center - Adult & Family Literacy
Lutheran Social Services of Illinois (LSSI)
Perry Jackson Counties Child Advocacy Center Pregnancy Matters
Senior Adult Services
TLC of Southern & Central IL (The Therapy Center)
The Women’s Center
(618) 997-7744
251-0100UNITED WAY OF SOUTHERN ILLINOIS - Greater Marion area
*Donations to this United Way support the following agencies:
Boy Scouts – Greater St. Louis Council
C.A.S.A. of Williamson County
Caritas Family Solutions
Egyptian Area Agency on Aging - Holiday Meals on Wheels Program
Girl Scouts of Southern Illinois
Gum Drops, NFP
JALC Family Learning Center Adult
& Family Literacy
Lutheran Social Services
Marion Ministerial Alliance
Marion Senior Citizens Center Pregnancy Matters
TLC of Southern & Central Illinois
(The Therapy Center)
Williamson County Child Advocacy Center Williamson County Family Crisis Center Williamson County Program on Aging
The Women’s Center
(618) 997-7744
251-0120UWSI - Pope County
(618) 997-7744
251-0231UWSI - Perry County
*Donations to this United Way support the following agencies:
Archway, Inc.
Big Brothers Big Sisters (Centerstone, IL)
Boy Scouts - Greater St. Louis Council
DuQuoin Youth Club
Egyptian Area Agency on Aging - Holiday Meals on         Wheels Program
Girl Scouts of Southern Illinois
Gum Drops, NFP
JALC Family Learning Center – Adult & Family Literacy
Pregnancy Matters
Perry-Jackson Child Advocacy Center
The Women’s Center
(618) 997-7744

(217) 659-7776  
Health matters.  Join us.  We walk past people every day never realizing that more than 133 million of them in America suffer from chronic disease or disability - they need our help.  Together we can work to bring better health, and hopefull one day a cur
(312) 332-0198
800-5501Les Turner ALS Foundation
Funds ALS (Lou Gehrig’s disease) research and patient services.
(888) ALS-1107
800-5502Alzheimer’s Association, Greater Illinois Chapter
Provides education, research, awareness & support for Alzheimer's patients and families.
(847) 933-2413 or check for local listing
800-5505American Diabetes Association
Leading voluntary health organization concerned with diabetes and its complications
(800) 240-5266
800-5507American Kidney Fund
Provides direct financial assistance for kidney patients supported by educational programs, clinical research, and community service projects.
(800) 638-8299
800-5509American Liver Foundation, Illinois Chapter
Education, support groups, research and advocacy for those affected by liver disease.
(800) GO-LIVER
800-5510American Lung Association
To eradicate respiratory diseases, research and detection programs.
(800) 586-4872
800-5511Be the Match
We help patients who require a marrow transplant find a doctor and receive the treatment they need.
(6120 884-8700
800-5513Caring Bridge
Provides free personal websites to connect people experiencing a significant health challenge to family and friends.
(651) 452-7490
800-5514Cerebral Palsy International Research Foundation
Dedicated to funding research and educational activities to discover cause, cure and care for people with CP.
(609) 452-1200
800-5515Arthritis Foundation, Greater Illinois Chapter
Take control of your arthritis. We can help.
(800) 735-0096
800-5516Autism Speaks
Dedicated to funding research and raising awareness about autism.
(312) 832-1990
800-5517Cancer Research Institute
Funds research in immunology and cancer immunology at insitutions worldwide.
(800) 992-2623
800-5518Children's Heart Foundation
Saving children's lives one heart at a time.
800-5519City of Hope
Physicians/scientist dedicated to the prevention and cure of cancer, diabetes, HIV/Aids and other life threatening diseases.
(626) 856-4673
800-5520Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, Greater Illinois Chapter
Provides education about CF; conducts fundraising events.
(800) 824-5064
800-5523Immanuel Health Center
Offers primary medical care particulary to Medicaid or Medicare patients and those who are uninsured or underinsured.
(309) 808-2778
800-5525Epilepsy Foundation of Greater Chicago
Dedicated to prevention, control and public understanding of epilepsy and seizure disorders.
(800) 273-6027
800-5526Huntingtons's Disease Society of America - Illinois Chapter
Funds clinical research seeking treatment and ultimately a cure.
800-5527Illinois Eye Bank
Saves sight by providing corneal tissue transplantation, research, and training.
(312) 706-6750
800-5528Epilepsy Foundation of Greater Southern Illinois
Provides epilepsy education, support, residential services, camps, case management, and home based services.
(618) 236-2181
800-5529JDRF, Midwest Regional Office
Largest nonprofit, nongovernmental funder of diabetes research.
(800) JDF-CURE
800-5530Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, Illinois Chapter
Assisting patients and families fighting blood related cancers.
(800) 742-6595
800-5531Little City Foundation for Children and Adults with Mental Retardation
Making life better for people with disabilities
(847) 221-7805 (call collect)
800-5533Lupus Foundation of Illinois, Illinois Chapter
Supporting those affected by lupus and advancing the cure.
(800) 2-LUPUS-2
800-5534March of Dimes Foundation
Working to prevent birth defects and infant mortality.
(312) 435-4007 or check for local listing
800-5536Muscular Dystrophy Association, Inc.
Leaders in the fight for 43 neuromuscular diseases
(630) 960-1500 or check for local listing
800-5537Myasthenia Gravis Foundation of Illinois
Service to patients, research, education and information, strength in hope.
(800) 888-6208
800-5538NAMI Illinois (formerly the Alliance for the Mentally Ill)
Improves the quality of life for persons with mental illness.
(800) 346-4572
800-5539Sickle Cell Disease Association in Illinois
Provides patient grants, scholarships, camp and educational materials.
(800) 972-3186
800-5540National Psoriasis foundation
Our mission is to find a cure for Psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis.
(530) 546-8392
800-5541Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation/Illinois Carol Fisher Chapter
Dedicated to finding the cause and cure for Crohn’s and colitis.
(800) 886-6664
800-5542Ronald McDonald House - Central Illinois
Provides a supportive home away from home for families while their child is receiving specialized medication.
(217) 528-3314
800-5543Bleeding Disorders Alliance of Illinois
Provides support services, emergency assistance and summer camp.
(312) 427-1495 (call collect)
800-5544Pancreatic Cancer Action Network
People working together to advance research, support patients and create hope for those affected by pancreatic cancer.
(877) 272-6226
800-5545Kidney Foundation of Illinois, National
Making lives better for kidney patients in Illinois.
(312) 663-3103 (call collect)
800-5546Prevent Blindness America
The nation's leading volunteer eye health and safety organization dedicated to preventing blindness and saving sight.
800-5548Mental Health America of Illinois
Providing education and advocacy on mental health issues.
(312) 368-9070 (call collect)
800-5549Multiple Sclerosis Society, Illinois Chapter, National
National MS Society - one thing people with MS can count on.
(800) FIGHT-MS
800-5555Spinal Cord Injury Association of Illinois
Serves persons paralyzed by trauma and central nervous sysem conditions.
(877) 373-0301
800-5560St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Midwest Affiliate
Research center for castastrophic diseases in children.
(800) 621-5359
800-5561Sudden Infant Death Services of Illinois
Provides bereavement assistance, infant safety education, funds research.
(800) 432-SIDS
800-5562Susan G. Komen for the Cure, Chicagoland Affiliate
Breast cancer research organization, fighting for the cure.
800-5563Susan G. Komen for the Cure, Peoria Affiliate
Breast cancer research organization, fighting for the cure.
(309) 691-6906
800-5564The Arc of Illinois
Seeking full participation in community life for people with mental retardation.
(708) 206-1930 (call collect)
800-5569National Ovarian Cancer Coalition
The Coalition is committed to improving the survival rate and quality of life for women with ovarian cancer.
800-5570Special Olympics Illinois
Transforms the lives of people with intellectual disabilities through Olympic type sports competition, leadership, health programs at no cost.
(630) 942-5619
800-5571Aids Research Foundation (amfAR)
Supports research on HIV/AIDS treatments, vaccines, and cures.
(800) 39-amfar
800-5580Alliance for a Healthier Generation
Empowers kids nationwide to make healthy lifestyle choices.
(646) 775-9160
800-5581ABCD: After Breast Cancer Diagnosis
Provides free, personalized one-to-one support and information to people affected by breast cancer through specially trained mentor program and breast cancer helpline.
(800) 977-4121
800-5582Beyond OCD
Increases public and professional awareness of OCD. Educate and support people with OCD and their families and encourage research into new treatments and a cure.
(773) 661-9530
800-5583Chicago Police Memorial Foundation
The Chicago Police Memorial Foundation provides support and financial assistance to the families of Chicago police officers who are killed or catastrophically injured in the line of duty.
(312) 499-8899
Creating opportunities and providing services to over 7,000 children and adults with developmental/intellectual disabilities, like autism, Down Syndrome, and cerebral palsy in 50+ locations.
(847) 870-7711
800-5585Great Lakes Adaptive Sports Association
To promote and support the optimal development and wellbeing of youth and adults who have a primary physical or visual impairment through fitness, competative sports activities, empowerment and community outreach.
(847) 283-0908
800-5586Imerman Angels
Imerman Angels provides personalized connections that enable 1-on-1 support among cancer fighters, survivors and caregivers. Ensuring no one faces cancer on their own.
(312) 274-5529
800-5587Midwest Palliative & Hospice Carecenter
Leads the way with world-class palliative, end-of-life and bereavement care for patients and families through innovation, advocacy and education resulting in quality outcomes.
(847) 467-7423
800-5588Neurofibromatosis Midwest
Dedicated to the comfort, support and education of people with Neurofibromatosis.  To improve clinical care, educate medical providers and fund research for treatment and a cure.
(630) 945-3562
800-5589Ronald McDonald House Charities of Chicagoland & NW Indiana
Dedicated to improving the health and education of children with a Ronald McDonald House, Family Room, Care Mobile and scholarship program.
(630) 623-5300
800-5590Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago
Offers leading pediatric specialists and technology.
(312) 227-4000
UNCF knows how to get students into college, succeed there, and move on to careers of success and service.  We have been doing it for 70 years.  We give college scholarships to almost 9,000 students at more than 900 colleges each year.  We provide financi
(312) 845-2200
Global Impact is dedicated to helping the world's most vulnerable people.  Established in 1956, it is the national leader in raising awareness and funds for over 100 humanitarian organizations that provide help to people in need in virtually every develop
(800) 836-4620
901-0010ACCION International
Building a financially inclusive world, with access to economic opportunity for all, by giving people the financial tools they need to improve their lives.
(800) 931-9951
901-0030African Medical and Research Foundation (AMREF)
Since 1957, has improved health for Africans through training, capacity building and advocacy in HIV/AIDS, malaria, family health, water and sanitation and clinical outreach.
(212) 768-2440
Develops self-help programs in Africa to increase food production, develop clean water resources, manage the environment, strengthen health care and deliver emergency assistance.
(202) 462-3614
901-0070American Jewish World Service
Inspired by Judaism's commitment to justice, AJWS works to realize human rights and end poverty in the developing world.
(800) 889-7146
901-0080American Near East Refugee Aid (ANERA)
Advances the well-being of people in the West Bank, Gaza, Lebanon and Jordan.
(202) 266-9700
901-0090American Refugee Committee
International relief and development agency empowering people impacted by conflict and disaster to recover and rebuild their lives with dignity,
(800) 875-7060
901-0095American Society of Hematology
Dedicated to curing blood diseases worldwide by enabling doctors in developing countries to address local hematology issues such as sickle cell disease and pediatric and adult lukemia.
(202) 776-0544
901-0100AmeriCares Foundation, Inc.
Restores health and saves lives by delivering donated medicines, medical supplies and humanitarian aid to people in need around the world and here at home.
(800) 486-4357
Catalyzes the world's leading social entrepreneurs - men and women with system changing solutions - to ignite a generation of changemakers to help sustain and support large scale social change.
Fights root causes of poverty in 84 countries; special focus on empowering poor women to lift themselves, their families and communities out of poverty.
(800) 422-7385
901-0130Plan International USA
Plan International USA is part of a global organization that works with communities in 50 developing countries to end the cycle of poverty for children.
901-0150Children International
Our Mission is to bring lasting change to impoverished children by reducing their daily struggles and providing opportunities for better health, education and success.
(800) 888-3089
901-0160ChildFund International
Helping deprived, excluded and vulnerable children have the capacity to become young adults and leaders who bring lasting and positive change in their communities.
(800) 776-6767
901-0161Compassion International
Exists as an advocate for children, releasing them from spiritual, economic, social, physical poverty in Jesus' name through holistic child development in 26 developing countries.
901-0165Counterpart International
Working in partnership to empower people, communities and institutions to drive and sustain their own development.
901-0170World Renew
Fighting poverty, hunger and injustice through partnerships and locally originated community development programs; responding to disasters with emergency supplies and reconstruction of homes and livelihoods.
(800) 552-7972
901-0180Church World Service
Works with partners to eradicate hunger and poverty and promote peace and justice among the world's most vulnerable people.
(800) 297-1516
901-0190Doctors Without Borders/Medecins Sans Frontieres USA
An independent international and medical humanitarian organization that delivers emergency aid to people affected by armed conflict, epidemics and natural disasters in more than 70 countries.
(800) DWB-0-DWB
Fights world hunger by using science and technology to develop agricultural solutions to aid farmers in developing countries.
(239) 543-3246
901-0205EngenderHealth, Inc.
The leading international reproductive health organization working to improve the quality of health care in the world's poorest countries.
(800) 564-2872
901-0207Episcopal Relief & Development
A compassionate response of the Episcopal Church to human suffering.  With partners, the organization empowers communities to create solutions to poverty and recover from disasters.
(855) 312-4325
901-0210FINCA International
Provides financial services to the world's lowest-income entrepreneurs so they can create jobs, build assets and improve their standard of living.
(202) 682-1510
901-0220Freedom From Hunger
Combines microfinance, education and health protection services to help poor families in the developing world improve their incomes, safeguard their health and achieve food security.
(800) 708-6200
901-0223Global Partners in Care
Improving access to hospice and palliative care worldwide where the need is great and the resources are few through partnerships between US and international organizations.
(703) 647-5176
901-0225Handicap International
Co-winner of the Nobel Peace Prize, we support people with disabilities and other vulnerable groups in situation of poverty, exclusion, conflict and disaster.
(301) 891-2138
901-0240Health Volunteers Overseas
Trains, mentors and provides critical professional support to more than 3000 healthcare providers who care for the neediest populations in over 25 countries.
(202) 296-0928
901-0250Heifer International
Helps poor families worldwide become self-sufficient by providing food- and income-producing animals and training in animal management, environmentally-sound farming and community development.
(855) 948-6437
901-0260Helen Keller International
Saves the sight and lives of the most vulnerable and disadvantaged; combats the causes and consequences of blindness and malnutrition.
(877) 535-5374
For more than 130 years, HIAS has been helping refugees rebuild their lives in safety and freedom.
(800) HIAS-714
901-0265International Center for Research on Women (ICRW)
Create a brighter, more equitable future for women and girls.  ICRW empowers women, advances gender equality and fights poverty through research, capacity building and advocacy.
(202) 797-0007
901-0280International Eye Foundation
A global leader in sustainability programming changing how eye care is delivered in the developing world through training, technical assistance, and investments in capacity building.
(240) 290-0263
901-0284International Medical Corps
Global humanitarian organization saving lives and building self-reliance by providing vital medical care; training healthcare providers; rebuilding clinics; and improving water & sanitation.
(800) 481-4462
901-0290International Orthodox Christian Charities (IOCC)
Provides humanitarian/development assistance to people in U.S., Africa, Asia, Europe and the Middle East who have been devastated by man-made and natural disasters.
(877) 803-IOCC
901-0300International Relief Teams
Assists victims of disaster, poverty, and neglect worldwide, providing immediate relief and long-term programs including medical training, surgical and clinical outreach, and health promotion.
(619) 284-7979
901-0310International Rescue Committee
Our commitment to freedom, human dignity, and self-reliance is reflected in well-planned global emergency relief, rehabilitation assistance, resettlement services, and advocacy for refugees.
(855) 973-7283
901-0315International Youth Foundation
IYF programs are catalysts of change that help young people obtain a quality education, gain employability skills, make healthy choices and improve their communities
(800) 770-8710
901-0320Lutheran World Relief
Affirming God's love for all people, we work with Lutherans and partners around the world to end poverty, injustice and human suffering.
(800) LWR-LWR2
901-0324MAP International
A global health organization that partners with people living in conditions of poverty to save lives and develop healthier families and communities.
901-0325Medical Teams International
A Christian relief and development organization serving people affected by disaster, conflict and poverty around the world.
901-0330Mercy Corps
Providing lifesaving aid worldwide following a disaster or conflict, and helping local populations design and implement sustainable programs to promote health and economic development.
(888) 747-7440
901-0345Operation Smile
Provide free surgery for children with clefts worldwide, and train local doctors to build medical capacity and increase access to safe suregery for vulnerable populations.
(888) 677-6453
901-0350Opportunity International
We collaborate with local partners worldwide to provide microfinance services allowing poor entrepreneurs to develop steady income, provide for families and create jobs for neighbors.
(800) 793-9455
901-0360Oxfam America
A global organization working to right the wrong of poverty.
(800) 77-OXFAM
Enables solutions allowing the poor and marginalized to earn a living and be healthy by strengthening local capacity, forging effective governance systems, and transforming markets.
(202) 466-5666
Poor communities have the right to safer childbirth, life-saving vaccines, and lives free from AIDS, tuberculosis, and malaria.  We create solutions for better health.
(206) 285-3500
901-0371Partners in Health
At its root, our mission is both medical and moral.  It is based on solidarity rather than charity alone.  Whatever it takes.
(617) 998-8922
901-0375PCI-Media Impact, Inc.
Media Impact's unique approach to communications combines the principles of Entertainment - Education with the reach of mass media to mobilize individual, community creating positive change.
(877) 724-7627
901-0410Project HOPE
Provides sustainable improvements in health around the globe through education and humanitarian assistance with more than 92 percent of revenues dedicated to programs.
(800) 544-4673
901-0415Refugees International
Refugees receive food, shelter and protection; displaced families return home, stateless people obtain legal status, the weak protected. We advocate to resolve refugee crises.
(202) 828-0110
901-0420Rotary Foundation of Rotary International
Our mission is to advance world understanding, goodwill and peace through the improvement of health, the support of education and the alleviation of poverty.
(866) 976-8279
901-0430Salvation Army World Service Office (SAWSO)
Create a world where people live in safe and sustainable communities in which differences are respected and basic needs are met.
(800) SAL-ARMY
901-0435SEE International
Volunteer ophthalmologists, supported by donated medical supplies, provide sustainable medical, surgical and educational services to prevent and restore blindness to disadvantaged individuals worldwide.
901-0440Save the Children
Our mission is to inspire breakthroughs in the way the world treats children, and to achieve immediate and lasting change in their lives.
(800) 728-3843
901-0443Sightsavers International
One of the world’s leading non-profits dedicated to combating avoidable blindness and promoting equal opportunities for people with disabilities in developing countries.
901-0445SOS Children's Villages - USA
World's largest organization for orphaned and abandoned children. Since 1949, we have grown to over 540 Villages in 133 countries, including the United States.
901-0447Stop Hunger Now
Provides food and lifesaving aid to the world's most vulnerable and supports the movement to end hunger in our lifetime.
We work with enterprising people in the developing world to build competitive farms, businesses, and industries.
(800) 999-6757
901-0460UNICEF, U.S. Fund for
We believe in a world where ZERO children die from causes we can prevent.  Join us, and we can get there.
(800) 367-5437
901-0470Unitarian Universalist Service Committee
We defend human rights and civil liberties, promoting enviormental and economic justice with grassroots partners worldwide, while engaging our members to serve as citizen-activists.
(800) 388-3920
901-0480United Methodist Committee on Relief
To alleviate human suffering.  We provide practical, proactive support to the most vulnerable survivors of chronic or temporary emergencies due to natural or civil causes.
(800) 554-8583
901-0485Water For People
An international organization that supports the development of sustainable drinking water resources, sanitation facilities, and hygiene education rpograms in developing countries.
901-0490Clinton Foundation
We convene businesses, governments, NGO's, and individuals to improve global health and wellness, increase opportunity for women and girls, reduce childhood obesity, create economic opportunity and growth, and help communities address the effects of clima
(646) 775-9179
901-0495Women for Women International
We provide direct aid, rights awareness and leadership education, vocational skills training and income generation support to women survivors of war, conflict and civil strife.
901-0500World Relief
Provides emergency relief and community-based solutions to alleviate poverty in 18 countries and provides resettlement assistance to refugees in the United States.
(800) 535-5433
901-0501World Vision
Relief and development organization helping children worldwide by tackling causes of poverty and developing access to clean water, food, health care, education and economic opportunity.
(800) 859-5437
Community Shares of Illinois represents a diverse group of charities with a common mission - to make our world a better place. Whether your passion is women's issues, protecting children, helping animals, preserving the enviornment, promoting healthcare,
(217) 352-6533; (312) 379-0190
903-0025AIDS Foundation of Chicago
Leads the fight against HIV/AIDS in Chicago.
(312) 922-2322
903-0050Animal Protective League
Provides shelter, adoption, and spay/neuter for pets.
(217) 544-7387
903-0075The Center for Multicultural Communities
Fosters unity and alliances among various people groups.
(708) 709-3797
903-0090Champaign County Health Care Consumers
Works for quality, affordable health care for all.
(217) 352-6533
903-0095Champaign County Humane Society
Works to ensure quality health care for all.
(217) 344-7297
903-0100Champaign-Urbana Tenant Union
Prevents and resolves landlord tenant problems.
(217) 352-6220
903-0120Chicago Coalition for the Homeless
Preventing homelessness for every man, woman, and child.
(312) 641-4140
903-0130Chicago Metropolitan Battered Women’s Network
Offers domestic violence providers and survivors training, advocacy, and a statewide hotline.
(312) 527-0730
903-0133Chicago Public Media
Radio news, culture, music, education, local, national, international.
903-0145Community Organizing and Family Issues (COFI)
Families working together for racial and economic justice.
(312) 226-5141
903-0148Forever Home Feline Ranch
Cat rescue and sanctuary
(217) 503-9898
903-0149Friends of Sangamon County Animal Control
Volunteer nonprofit benefiting animals at local animal control.
(217) 535-3065
903-0190Gilda’s Club Chicago
Free cancer support for the whole family.
(312) 464-9900
903-0225Habitat for Humanity, Illinois
Working to eradicate substandard housing in Illinois.
(779) 324-0949
903-0230Habitat for Humanity, Knox County
Building simple affordable housing for low income families.
(309) 343-2242  
903-0310Homestead Corporation of C-U
Provides affordable housing for those with inadequate resources.
(217) 328-9373
903-0390Illinois NOW Legal and Education Fund
Provides legal information and education on legal issues.
(217) 503-0386
903-0393Illinois State Police Heritage Foundation
Support programs ISP Memorial Park and Heritage Foundation.
(217) 525-1922
903-0455Lincoln Memorial Garden
Native woodland garden memorializing Abraham Lincoln.
(217) 529-1111
903-0458Lydia Home Association
Social service agency serving at risk families.
(773) 653-2200
903-0465Mercy for Animals
Advocating for farmed animals and promoting vegetarianism.
(773) 971-3895
903-0472Operation Snowball
Youth led substance abuse prevention program.
(217) 528-7335
903-0474PACE, Center for Independent Living
Disability advocates for accessibility, civil rights therefore independence.
(217) 344-5433, (217) 344-5024 TTY
903-0540Prevention First
Substance abuse prevention, training, and resource center.
(800) 252-8951
To help those facing homelessness achieve personal stability.
(773) 334-6600
903-0610Urbana-Champaign Independent Media Center
Media arts and technology for social justice & community expression.
(217) 344-8820
903-0645Wesley Evening Food Pantry
Provides groceries to 1200+ monthly during evening hours.
(217) 344-1120
903-0650WEFT - 90.1 FM Community Radio
Non-commercial volunteer operated community radio station.
(217) 359-9338
903-0660WUIS Radio Information Service
Local news audio service for visually impaired.
(217) 206-9847
(800) 394-0562
907-0000American Cancer Society, Illinois Division
(800) ACS-2345
909-0000Earth Share of Illinois
Supports Illinois environment and conservation organizations which protect our air, water, land wildlife, and public health.  One environment, one simple way to care for it.
(312) 795-3740
909-0005African Wildlife Foundation
Foremost authority working to protect African wildlife.
909-0010Alaska Conservation Foundation
Works to protect the integrity of Alaska’s ecosystems.
(907) 276-1917
909-0020American Farmland Trust
Stops loss of America’s farms to development.
(800) 431-1499
909-0030American Forests
Protects trees and forests since 1875.
(800) 368-5748
909-0035American Rivers
Working to protect and restore rivers.
(877) 374-7550
909-0050Beyond Pesticides/NCAMP
Prevents pesticide poisoning of our environment.
(202) 543-5450
909-0080Center for Neighborhood Technology
Links environment, economy and community.
(773) 278-4800
909-0090Chicago Legal Clinic
Helps citizens confront urban environmental issues.
(312) 726-2938
909-0095Clean Water Fund
Brings people, businesses and government together for sensible solutions that protect water and health.
(202) 895-0432
909-0110The Conservation Fund
More than 3.2 million acres protected since 1985.
(703) 525-6300
909-0130Defenders of Wildlife
Innovative leadership prevents species extinction.
(800) 385-9712
909-0132Earth Day Network
EDN, global corrdinator of Earth Day, is a leader on enviornmental education and forges alliances on issues such as climate change and a post-carbon economy.
(202) 518-0044
909-0135EARTH University Foundation
Provides financial assistance to students attending the EARTH University in Costa Rica, which is working to solve the planet's environmental and social challenges.
(404) 995-1230
909-0137Earth Justice
A nonprofit enviornmental law firm working to preserve our nation's natural heritage, safegaurd our enviornmental health, and create a sustainable energy future.
(800) 584-6460
909-0140Enviornment America Research and Policy Center
Works to preserve our air, water, and open spaces, protecting the enviornment and promoting a cleaner, greener, healthier future.
(202) 683-1250
909-0155Environmental and Energy Study Institute
Develops coalitions to educate congress on energy and environmental issues.
(202) 628-1400
909-0160Environmental Defense Fund
Efficient and fair solutions to environmental challenges.
(800) 684-3322
909-0170Environmental Law and Policy Center of the Midwest
Advocates clean energy and sound land use.
(312) 673-6500
909-0175Environmental Law Institute
Helps communities protect people and nature through education and research.
(202) 939-3800
909-0176Faith in Place
Inspires religious people of diverse faiths to care for the Earth through connection, education, and advocacy.
(312) 733-4640
909-0177Forest Service Employees for Environmental Ethics
Seeks the preservation of ecological values and biological diversity in our national forests.
(541) 484-2692
909-0178Foresight Design Initiative
Provides, develops, and teaches leading edge, multidisciplinary approaches to tackle complex sustainability challenges.
(773) 271-1990
909-0180Friends of the Chicago River
Revitalizes a valuable natural resource in Chicago.
(312) 939-0490
909-0185Friends of the Earth
Strives to preserve our natural resources and advocate for public health protection.
(877) 843-8687
909-0187Friends of the Forest Preserves
Working to preserve, protect, and restore the Forest Preserves of Cook County.
(312) 356-9990
909-0190Friends of the Fox River
Builds a watershed of caretakers for the river.
(815) 356-6605
909-0200Friends of the Parks
Preserves, protects, and enhances parks in Chicago.
(312) 857-2757
909-0201Galapagos Conservancy
Works to conserve and protect the unique Galapagos marine and terrestrial ecosystems through innovative science, local partnerships, and social science and policy research.
(703) 383-0077
909-0205Green Corps, Inc.
Training of enviromental leaders.
(303) 375-3865
909-0210Illinois Association of Park Districts
Promotes recreation and preservation of open spaces.
(217) 523-4554
909-0220Illinois Audubon Society
Promotes wildlife appreciation, preserves habitat.
(217) 544-2473
909-0230Illinois Conservation Foundation
Protects and enhances Illinois’ natural resources.
(217) 785-2003
909-0240Illinois Environmental Council, Education Fund
Public education about sound environmental policies.
(217) 544-5954
909-0241Izaak Walton League of America
Advances outdoor ethics to protect land and water.
(800) 453-5463
909-0250Environment Illinois (formerly Illinois PIRG, Educational Fund)
Environmental public interest watchdog.
(312) 544-4430
909-0270Illinois Division of the Izaak Walton League of America
Advances outdoor ethics to protect land and water.
(815) 344-9720
909-0271Institute for Transportation & Development Policy
Promotes enviornmentally sustainable and socially equitable transportation solutions that reduce emissions, poverty and pollution in cities worldwide.
(212) 629-8001
909-0275John G. Shedd Aquarium
Animals connecting you to make a difference.
(312) 692-3324
909-0280Lake Forest Open Lands Association
Preserves land for public recreation and education.
(847) 234-3880
909-0290Alliance for the Great Lakes
Dedicated to protecting our Great Lakes.
(312) 939-0838
909-0295The Land Connection
Works to establish successful farmers on healthy farmland.
(217) 840-2128
909-0296Land Conservation Foundation
Conserving natural areas and open spaces and to work for the restoration of these lands and waters for public benefit.
(217) 649-7375
909-0300Land Trust Alliance
Preserves greenspaces and natural areas nationwide.
(202) 638-4725
909-0305Lincoln Park Zoo
A free family zoo dedicated to superb animal care, scientific education and preserving wildlife.
(312) 742-2000
909-0308National Audubon Society
Audubon works to protect birds, wlidlife and their habitats, including our oceans.  Educational outreach programs instruct and inspire future conservationists.
(212) 979-3000
909-0310Environmental Defenders of McHenry County
Citizens working for a healthy environment locally.
(815) 338-0393
909-0320The Nature Conservancy
Buys and protects land to save our world’s rare plants and animals from extinction.
(703) 841-5300
909-0325Natural Land Institute
Preserves and restores forests, prairies and wetlands.
(815) 964-6666
909-0328National Forest Foundation
Engages America in community based and national programs that promote the health and public enjoyment of the 193-million acre National Forest System.
(406) 542-2805
909-0330National Parks Conservation Association
Preserves parks from Grand Canyon to Gettysburg.
(800) 628-7275
909-0340National Wildlife Federation
Safeguards wildlife and wild places in modern world.
(800) 822-9919
909-0360Natural Resources Defense Council
Defends rivers, coasts, forests, wildlife and clean air.
(212) 727-2700
909-0390Nuclear Energy Information Service
Public action, education on nuclear power hazards.
(773) 342-7650
Protects natural areas through advocacy, education and outreach to protect the quality of life.
(312) 427-4256
909-0400Ocean Conservancy
Protects marine wildlife and promotes marine sanctuaries.
(800) 519-1541
Works internationally to protect marine wildlife and human health through programs to end pollution and destructive fishing practices, and to ensure vibrant, healthy oceans.
(877) 762-3262
909-0410The Peregrine Fund
Saves eagles, condors, falcons and other endangered birds.
(800) 377-3716
909-0420Pesticide Action Network North America
Works to eliminate poisonous pesticides.
(510) 788-9020
909-0430Prairie Rivers Network
Safeguards the rivers and streams of Illinois.
(217) 344-2371
909-0440Rails-to-Trails Conservancy
Converts unused railroad tracks into public trails.
(866) 202-9788
909-0450Rainforest Alliance
Conserves tropical forests - 50% of Earth’s species.
(888) 693-2784
909-0451Rocky Mountain Institute
We drive the efficient and restorative use of resources to create a world thriving, verdant, and secure, for all, forever.
(970) 927-3851
909-0465Midwest Pesticide Action Center NFP
Promotes safe, alternative pesticide use in Illinois to reduce heallth and environmental risks.
(773) 878-7378
909-0470Save the Prairie Society
Acquires land and restores ecosystems.
(708) 562-3280
909-0475Scenic America
Protects natural beauty, fights billboard blight, saves America's special places.  Our education and advocacy preserves thousands of miles of roads and hundreds of communities.
(202) 463-1294
909-0485Seven Generations Ahead
Promotes environmentally sustainable communities.
(708) 660-9909
909-0487Sierra Club Foundation
Fights to preserve wilderness and protect eviornmental quality worldwide.
(800) 216-0110
909-0490The Sierra Club Foundation, Illinois Chapter
Fights to preserve wilderness and protect environmental quality worldwide.
(312) 251-1680
909-0491The Sierra Club Foundation
Fights to preserve wilderness and protect environmental quality worldwide.
(800) 216-2110
909-0502Southeast Environmental Task Force
Promotes environmental education, pollution prevention and sustainable development for the southeast side and south suburbs of Chicago.
(773) 646-0436
Encourages sustainable economic development and revitalizes communities in an environmentally sound manner.
(708) 763-9920
909-0507Surfrider Foundation
Protects and preserves the world’s oceans, waves and beaches.
(800) 743-7873
909-0508Sustainable Harvest
Sustainable land use to end poverty and restores ecology.
(202) 669-8254
909-0510Illinois Council of the Trout Unlimited
Encourages preservation and restoration of fisheries.
(773) 638-6178
909-0530Union of Concerned Scientists
Scientists and citizens working together.
(800) 666-8276
909-0540The Wetlands Initiative
Dedicated to restoring the wetland resources of the Midwest to improve water quality, increase wildlife habitat and biodiversity, and reduce flood damages.
(312) 922-0777
909-0551Wilderness Society
Protects special places from development to enjoy natural heritage.
(800) 843-9453
909-0553Wildlife Conservation Society
Saves endangered species and threatened ecosystems in 60 countries; teaches ecology and inspires care for wildlife through the Bronx Zoo and national science education programs.
(718) 741-1632
909-0555EcoHealth Alliance (formerly Wildlife Trust, Inc.)
Empowers local conservation scientists to protect nature and safeguard ecosystems and human health.
(888) 978-4275
909-0559World Resources Institute
Moves human society to live in ways that protect environment.
(202) 729-7600
909-0560World Wildlife Fund
Support of parks and nature reserves on five continents.
(800) 960-0993
909-0575Xerces Society, Inc.
Protects wildlife through the conservation of invertebrates and their habitat.
(855) 232-6639
Working to build strong communities. Addressing the needs of children, families, communities through member programs, by helping employers and employees support our member charities' programs.
(800) 458-9505
910-0010American Center for Law and Justice
Specializing in constitutional law, the ACLJ is dedicated to the concept that freedom and democracy are God-given inalienable rights that must be protected.
(800) 296-4529
910-0020American Civil Liberties Union Foundation
The nation's foremost defender of civil liberties.  Defends constitutional rights. Upholds free speech, religious liberty, equality, privacy, due process. Protects minorities, women, immigrants, the poor.
(212) 549-2500
910-0022Cancer Research for Children - CyreSearch for Children's Cancer
CureSearch for Children's Cancer supports novel research, clinical trials, and critical educational resources so every child can have the future they deserve.
(800) 458-6223
910-0055Boy Scouts of America
One of the nation's most prominent values-based youth development organizations.  Programs for building character, training in the responsibilites of citizenship, and developing personal fitness.
(972) 580-2200
910-0060Breast Cancer Coalition
Breast Cancer Coalition is dedicated to knowing how to end breast cancer by January 1, 2020 through the power of grassroots action and advocacy.
(800) 622-2838
910-0070Cancer Research and Prevention Foundation (Prevent Cancer Foundation)
Your donation funds cancer prevention research; educates people about how they can prevent cancer and detect it early; and supports community cancer prevention programs.
910-0080Catholics United for Life
Pro-life Catholic organization dedicated to defending human life from the moment of conception. Activities include youth conference, defense of religious liberties, and education.
(800) 764-8444
910-0085Children's Miracle Network Hospitals
Children's Miracle Network Hospitals raises funds for 170 children's hospitals across North America.  Donations support research and training, purchase equipment and pay for uncompensated care.
(801) 214-7400
910-0095Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation
The Reeve Foundation is dedicated to curing spinal cord injury by funding innovative research, and improving the quality of life for people living with paralysis.
(800) 225-0292
910-0100Diabetes Research and Wellness Foundation
Our goal is to fund scientific research into treatments and cure of diabetes.  Conducts screenings, education programs to sve lives from blindness, kidney failure, amputations..
(866) 293-3155
910-0105Diabetes Research Institute Foundation, Inc.
Committed to curing children and adults now living with diabetes and leads the world in bringing promising treatments to patients as fast as possible.
(800) 321-3437
910-0110Dress for Success Worldwide
Dress for Success is an international non-profit organization that promotes the economic independence of disadvantaged women through suiting, career development and employment retention programs.
(212) 532-1922
910-0120Father Flanagan’s Boys’ Home
We save children from abuse, care for kids with behavioral disorders, and teach parents new skills to strengthen their families.
(800) 217-3700
910-0122Feed The Children
One of the world’s leading anti-hunger organizations, bringing together caring individuals to provide food, water, education, and job training in 50 states and 18 countries.
(800) 627-4556
910-0160The Hole In The Wall Gang Fund
Founded by Paul Newman, a non-profit summer camp and year-round center providing free services to children with life-threatening illnesses.
(203) 772-0522
910-0170Human Rights Campaign Foundation
Provides information and resources to educate the public and foster sound public policy to end discrimination against lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender Americans.
(800) 777-4723
910-0185‘I Have a Dream’® Foundation
Empowering children in low-income communities to achieve higher education by providing guaranteed tuition assistance for college and a long-term program of academic and social support.
(212) 293-5480
910-0210The LIVESTRONG Foundation
The LIVESTRONG Foundation provides free, life-changing services and programs to improve the quality of life for anyone affected by cancer.
(877) 236-8820
910-0220Make-A-Wish Foundation® of America
We grant the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions to enrich the human experience with hope, strength, and joy.
(800) 722-9474
910-0240Mothers Against Drunk Driving
Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) works to end drunk driving, help fight drugged driving, support the victims of these violent crimes, and prevent underage drinking.
(877) 275-6233
910-0245Multiple Sclerosis Association of America
The Multiple Sclerosis Association of America (MSAA) is a leading resource for the entire MS community, improving lives through vital services and support.
(800) 532-7667
910-0250NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund
Fights for equality, access to education, employment, health care, housing, environmental justice, voting rights, criminal justice. Provides scholarships, African-American undergraduates and law students.
(800) 221-7822
910-0270NARAL Pro-Choice America Foundation
NARAL Pro-Choice America Foundation is dedicated to protecting and advancing reproductive freedom and abortion access for all women.
(202) 973-3000
910-0285National Down Syndrome Society
Strives to be the national advocate for the value, acceptance, and inclusion of people with Down syndrome, focusing on public policy and public awareness.
(800) 221-4602
910-0310Native American Rights Fund
Provides legal representation nationwide to Native American tribes, organizations, and individuals in cases of national significance involving tribal sovereignty, natural resources and human rights.
(800) 447-0784
910-0320National Organization for Rare Disorders (NORD)
Provides understandable information on rare diseases; peer networking; community resource referrals; patient medication assistance programs; research; advocacy for over 30 million people with rare disorders.
(800) 999-6673
910-0330PetSmart Charities
We are the leading funder of animal welfare programs by providing funding to animal welfare organizations for spay/neuter, adoption, emergency relief and training nationwide.
(800) 423-PETS
910-0340Population Connection
We are the national grassroots organization working to stabilize global population to protect our environment, empower women, and improve everyone's quality of life.
(800) 767-1956
910-0350Reading Is Fundamental, Inc. (RIF)
Provides free books for children nationwide and engages children, parents, and communities in reading and motivational activities to encourage a lifelong love of reading.
(877) 743-7323
910-0360Ronald McDonald House Charities®
A global network of local Chapters and programs to provide resources to families to improve the health and well-being of children.
(630) 623-7048
910-0365Thurgood Marshall College Fund
TMCF provides scholarships, capacity building and programmatic support to students attending public Historic Black Colleges and Universities.
910-0370Southern Poverty Law Center
Using litigation, education, and other forms of advocacy, the SPLC works toward making the ideals of equal justice and equal opportunity a reality.
(888) 414-7752
910-0390Tuberous Sclerosis Alliance
The TS Alliance supports tuberous sclerosis research, maintains a national network for family support, and promotes public awareness and the education of medical and allied professionals.
(800) 225-6872
910-0392Alzheimer’s and Aging Research Center
Supports research dedicated to understanding Alzheimer's and to finding effective Alzheimer's treatments.  Your contribution funds scientists searching for cures to Alzheimer's and aging related conditions.
(866) 963-2272
910-0393Arthritis & Chronic Pain Research Institute
Chronic pain caused by arthritis, cancer, and other medical conditions cripple 86 million Americans. Help us continue our search for new medications to relieve pain.
(800) 877-4166
910-0394International Planned Parenthood Federation, Western Hemisphere Region
Providing access to sexual and reproductive health information and services for all, especially the poor and marginalized.
(866) 477-3947
910-0395Alzheimer's Disease Research
We fund cutting-edge research to stop Alzheimer's disease and provide public information about risk factors, treatments, and coping strategies.
910-0396Fellowship of Christian Athletes
Empowering and equipping coaches and athletes with encouragement, resources and training to influence and impact the world for Jesus Christ for over 60 years.
(800) 289-0909
910-0397Amnesty International USA
Global grassroots organization, impartial and non-political, whose membership takes collective action to stop abuses of human rights. 3 million members. Nobel Peace Prize recipient.
910-0398Cancer Research for Children - CureSearch
CureSearch for Children's Cancer supports novel research, clinical trials, and critical educational resources so every child can have the future they deserve.
(800) 458-6223
910-0399Food Allergy Research & Education, Inc.
To improve the quality of life and the health of individuals with food allergies, and to provide them hope through the promise of new treatments.
(703) 691-3179
910-0400National Black Child Development Institute
 Works to improve and advance the quality of life for Black children and their families through advocacy, education and other outreach programs.
(800) 556-223
910-0401Ovarian Cancer Research Fund
 Your gift funds public education and cutting-edge research on more effective identification and new treatments as we strive to find a cure for ovarian cancer.
(800) 873-956
911-00104-H: The National 4-H Council
Youth taking leadership to their communities.
(301) 961-2853
911-0011Abortion Federation, National (NAF)
Women's reproductive health and rights are under unprecedented assault. Our members provide quality, compassionate abortion care in the face of threats, violence, and politically-motivated attacks.
911-0012Abandoned Children's Fund
Saving children's lives! Sharing God's love by providing food, shelter, clean water, healthcare, education and vocational training to desperate, abandoned women, children and families.
(888) 884-0567
911-0013Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library Foundation
Telling the story of Abraham Lincoln -- his life and times is our mission.  Your support helps keep his story alive, join us today.
(217) 557-6251
911-0015Access Fund
Promotes minimum impact climbing practices and conservation.
(888) 863-6237
911-0016Action Against Hunger USA
Help us end world hunger with innovative programs in nutrition, water and sanitation, food security, and health.
(877) 777-1420
911-0017A Kids' Brain Tumor Cure
Cure Brain tumors = leading causse of solid tumor death in children.  A cure is possible, if research is funded.  More research, Less expenses, More results.
(914) 762-3494
911-0018Adoptable Children (North American Council)
Advocate family solutions for children in foster care.
(651) 644-3036
911-0022Adoption Center
Finds adoptive families for abused, neglected, and disabled U.S. children.
(800) TO-ADOPT
911-0023Adoption Exchange Association
114,000 U.S. foster children need adoptive families!  AEA recruits families and helps agencies, professionals, and families negotiate local and interstate adoption.  Home to
(888) 200-4005
911-0024Adoptions by Cradle of Hope
Provide overseas adoption services and support.
(301) 587-4400
911-0030Adventist Relief & Development International
Promotes self-reliance and social well-being.
(800) 424-ADRA
911-0060Aid for African Catholic Missions
Alleviate human suffering among the poor and marginalized in East Africa.  Help supply basic human/spiritual needs; build churches, schools, health clinics and youth hostels.
(866) 220-8981
911-0062Aid for Starving Children
Six children dying of hunger every second - over 14,000 a day!  Make a difference.  Your actions today can help save a child's life.
(800) 514-3499
911-0065Aid for Trash Dump Children
An UNForgotten Fund Save hungry children and their mothers from eating trash and living in garbage dumps.  Give them clean food and water, shelter, schooling and a future.
(443) 668-2648
911-0070AIDS and Sexually Transmitted Disease Information Services of the American Social Health Association
Fights sexually transmitted diseases (STDs).
(919) 361-8400
911-0075AIDS United
A nationwide partnership of community-based organizations fighting HIV/AIDS through prevention, education and care.  Grant dollars matched by communities 2:1 - doubling your contribution!
(202) 408-4848
911-0080AIDS Programs of the National Minority AIDS Council
Provides minority organizations with assistance.
(202) 483-6622
911-0090AIDS Treatment and Research Information
Provides complete and up-to-date information.
(415) 558-8669
911-0092AIDS Vaccine Initiative, International
The world needs an AIDS vaccine.  We work to ensure and speed development of safe, effective, accessible, preventive HIV vaccines for use throughout the world.
(212) 847-1111
911-0098Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation
A four-year-old cancer patient's front yard lemonade stand evolved to a nationwide movement to find a cure for pediatric cancer. Please join us.
(866) 333-1213
911-0100Allergy and Asthma Network/Mothers of Asthmatics, Inc.
Reduces asthma and allergy suffering and death.
(703) 641-9595
911-0101Alley Cat Allies
Works for humane control of feline overpopulation.
(202) 667-3630
911-0103Alopecia Areata Foundation National
Provides major research funding, patient educational materials and support for alopecia areata a mystifying autoimmune disease affecting all ages, causing one's hair to fall out.
(415) 472-3780
911-0105Alzheimer’s Foundation of America
Hands-on care and support services nationwide for individuals with Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias, and their families.
(866) AFA-8484
911-0106Alley Cat Rescue
Stray, abandoned and feral cats are neglected. Healthy cats in shelters are killed. Your contribution helps us end feline overpopulation and suffering.
301 277-5595
911-0107Alzheimer’s Research Foundation, Fisher Center
Providing research into Alzheimer’s.
(800) ALZ-INFO
911-0108Alzheimer's Research and Prevention Foundation
Help fight Alzheimer's disease and find a cure through research and prevention!  Committed to ensuring peak mental performance and optimum brain function throughout our lives.
(520) 749-8374
911-0110American Bible Society
Mission:  To make the Bible available to every person in a language and format each can understand and afford, through worlwide translation, publication and distribution.
(212) 408-1550
911-0113American Discovery Trail Society
Help build the first coast-to-coast, multi-use hiking trail.
(703) 753-0149
911-0115American Forest Foundation
Conserving today and preparing for tomorrow. Dedicated to forest conservation, wildlife habitat restoration, and environmental education to protect our nation’s natural resources and green spaces.
(202) 463-2462
911-0117American Freedom Foundation, Inc.
Taking care of our veterans, active duty military and military families by providing for medical care, rehabilitation, reintegration, job training, and housing aid / homeless rescue.
(813) 541-4512
911-0118American Medical Overseas Relief
Building international bridges to the most impoverished women and children of the world by providing desperately needed medical services that save lives and bring hope.
(559) 440-8330
911-0120AIDS Children's Foundation
HIV+ children don’t have to die. Help us provide free anti-retroviral and other medication, support, and education to help victims achieve their full life potential.
(888) 683-8323
911-0125Animal Legal Defense Fund
Protects the lives and advance the interests of animals through the legal system.
(707) 769-7771
911-0130American Association for Cancer Research
The answer is research! AACR directs funding to where it is needed most - research scientists making the most important discoveries in the fight against cancer.
(866) 423-3965
911-0140American Humane Association
Protects animals and children from cruelty.
(800) 227-4645
911-0150American Indian College Fund
Help us revive some of the most economically depressed communities in our nation by supporting scholarships to American Indian students at our nation’s tribal colleges.
(303) 426-8900
911-0152American Association of Kidney Patients, Inc.
For 45 years, dedicated to improving the lives of kidney patients and their families through education advocacy and the fostering of patient communities.
(800) 749-2257
911-0153Amerca's VetDogs - the Veteran's K-9 Corps, Inc.
Trains, guide, service, and therapy dogs.  Transforms the lives of disabled veterans and active servicemembers at home, in VA and military hospitals, and while deployed.
(866) 838-3647
911-0154American Bird Conservancy
Protecting native birds and their habitats throughout the Americas, through reserve creation, habitat restoration, and threat reduction, leading public/private conservation partnerships to get results.
(888) BIRD-MAG
911-0155Amputee Coalition of America
Empowering amputees to participate in decisions about their own care, services and outcomes through education, support and advocacy, and promoting limb loss prevention.
(888) 267-5669
911-0156American Diabetes Aid and Prevention Institute
A 136% increase of people suffering with Diabetes!  Nearly 24 million Americans have the disease!  We can prevent diabetes!  Help us stop the epidemic!
602 241-2873
911-0160Thyroid Association, American
Support patient education and thyroid research discovering causes, treatments, and prevention. Help with your contributions.
(703) 998-8890
911-0175Animal Slaughter & Child Starvation Stop Here!
We fight atrocities against people and animals by helping poor, hungry families feed themselves while saving innocent animals from mutilation, severe confinement, and horrific slaughter.
911-0180Anxiety Disorders, Panic, & Stress Research and Awareness Foundation
Promotes the prevention, treatment, and cure.
(301) 231-9350
911-0185Appalachian Trail Conservancy
Preserve and manage this amazing nature trail. Ensuring that its priceless cultural heritage can be shared and enjoyed today, tomorrow, and for centuries to come.
911-0190Armed Forces Veterans Homes Foundation
Health Setbacks. Loneliness. Helplessness. We assist 30,000 veterans overcome challenges of aging and disabilities with quality long term care at 140 State Veterans Homes
(301) 899-8386
911-0191Armed Services Mutual Benefit Association STAR Foundation
We assist organizations providing:  support for combat wounded service members; support to military member families; veterans' needs; and patriotic activities.
(800) 251-8434
911-0200Arthritis National Research Foundation
Help make arthritis a disease of the past. The search for a cure continues as we continue to fund research to find new treatments.
(800) 588-2873
911-0205As Good as Gold
Golden Retriever Rescue of Illinois Rescues and cares for an average of 150 Golden Retrievers/mixes annually: educates the public about responsible pet guardianship at 120 events throughout the year.
(630) 588-0115
911-0210Asian Children's Rescue & Relief Fund
Saving Asian abandoned, orphaned, destitute, and handicapped children by providing hope and opportunity.  Reaching their full potential through basic care, corrective surgery, therapy, and training.
(866) 523-3133
911-0216Asian & Pacific Islander American Scholarship Fund
Reward scholarships to Asian and Pacific Islanders with financial need.  Provide guidance, mentorship and programs to facilitate students academic, personal and professional success.
(877) 808-7032
911-0220ASPCA: American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
Prevents cruelty and alleviates the suffering of animals.
(212) 876-7700. ext. 4511
911-0226Asthma Foundation, American
23 million Americans suffer from asthma.  To alleviate this suffering, our scientists are committed to discovering urgently needed treatments and preventing and finding a cure.
(800) 284-0989
911-0230Autism Intervention and Treatment Research - Organization for Autism Research
We’re here to provide those answers and fund studies that provide practical information on lifelong care.
(703) 351-5031
911-0240Autism Society of America
Improves the lives of individuals with autism.
(800) 3-AUTISM
911-0243Autism Society of Illinois
Partnering with families and communities living with autism in Illinois by generating awareness and providing education, training, support and guidance.
(630) 691-1270
911-0245Autoimmune Diseases Association, Inc.
Fights 80 autoimmune diseases.
(888) 856-8585
911-0250Bear Necessities Pediatric Cancer Foundation, Inc.
Helps children with cancer.
(847) 952-9164  
911-0255Believe In Tomorrow National Children’s Foundation
National leader in hospital and respite housing for critically ill children; your donation provides essential support services to families in the midst of medical crisis.
(800) 933-5470
911-0257Best Buddies for Children with Mental Retardation
Children with mental retardation are often lonely and isolated. Change their future by matching them with volunteers in one-to-one friendships…providing ‘Best Buddies’ for life.
(800) 89-BUDDY
911-0260Bethany Christian Services
Enfold a child in loving arms!
(616) 224-7610
911-0265Bethany Christian Services - Illinois
Provide free, confidential, options counseling and support to any woman facing an unplanned pregnancy.
(773) 264-0200
911-0267Big Cat Rescue Corp
Tigers confined to circus wagons.  Lions bred for photos then to be shot in cages.  Lynx farmed for their fur.  Help us save big cats.
(813) 920-4130
911-0270Big Run Wolf Ranch, Inc.
Wildlife education facility featuring rescued North American wildlife: wolves, bear, coyotes, cougar, lynx. Programs stress importance of wildlife and ecologial conservation and endangered species protection.
911-0276Birth Defect Research for Children, Inc.
Hundreds of thousands of children are suffering.  Missing limbs, damaged hearts, facial deformities, Down Syndrome, autism.  We're a lifeline for families struggling with birth defects.
(407) 577-8304
911-0278Black Charities for Children, Families, Communities
Provides programs that improve the quality of life for Black children, families and communities.
(301) 563-6250
911-0279Bladder Cancer Advocacy Network
Bladder cancer is the 5th most common cancer in the US, yet no one talks about it. Help raise awareness, fund research, and provide support.
(888) 901-2226
911-0280Blind Children and Adults Action Fund of America
Reducing the 90% illiteracy rate among the blind by helping blind children learn Braille through reading clubs, summer programs, free Braille books, assistance to parents.
(410) 659-9315
911-0281Blind Vietnamese Children Foundation
We provide direct assistance to the Vietnamese shelter-schools for blind and multi-impaired children, enabling them to become independent and self-sufficient, as American blind children do.
(415) 713-2481
911-0283Born Free USA United with Animal Protection Institute
Advocates against animal abuse, and provides sanctuary for rescued primates.
(800) 348-7387
911-0284Boys Hope Girls Hope of Illinois
Residential scholarship program helping children in-need to meet their full potential through value-centered, family-like homes, opportunities, and quality education through college.
(847) 920-2780
911-0285Boys Hope Girls Hope
Helps hurt and at-risk children.
(314) 298-1250
911-0286Brady Center to Prevent Handgun Violence
Educates Americans about the scope of gun violence.
(202) 289-7319
911-0287Brain Injury Association of America
Research and personal support to help the 5.3 million survivors of traumatic brain injury.
(800) 444-6443
911-0288Brain Tumor Association, American
Funds research for treatment of brain tumors.
(847) 827-9910
911-0289Bread and Water for Africa, Inc.
Strengthening African initiatives for self-sufficiency through grassroots health, clean water, education, orphanages, vocational training, agriculture and micro-credit programs focusing on women and children.
(888) 371-9690
911-0293Breast Cancer African-American, Sisters Network Inc.
Stop the Silence, Speaking with one voice, empowering women through education and advocacy.  Increasing the number of mammograms which saves lives.
(866) 781-1808
911-0294Breast Cancer Aid and Research Institute
Awards medical research grants and ships medical supplies and humanitarian aid to programs that treat breast cancer and other degenerative diseases.  Breast Cancer support groups!
(800) 759-2150
911-0295Breast Cancer Fund
Breast cancer is a public health crisis effecting mothers, sisters, and daughters. BCF identifies and advocates for elimination of the environmental causes of the disease.
(866) 760-TBCF
911-0296Breast Cancer Crusade by Avon
Our mission is to improve the lives of women and their families on the vital issues of breast cancer, domestic violence and emergency relief.
(866) 505-2866
911-0300Breast Cancer Action
Take action with a breast cancer organization that educates and advocates for social justice, patients before profits and an environment with fewer toxins.
(877) 2-STOP-BC
911-0305Breast Cancer Research & Assistance Fund
Provides research grants, medical equipment and supplies to clinics that treat breast cancer and other chronic diseases.  Provides educational materials for patients.  Cancer support groups.
(602) 241-2697
911-0310Brother’s Brother Foundation
Medical, educational, and agricultural programs.
(412) 321-3160
911-0318Camp Courageous
Thousands of campers with disabilities attend Courageous' recreational and respite facilities annually.  Available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.  Run entirely on donations.
(319) 465-5916
911-0320Cancer Aid and Research Fund
Cancer support groups for patients and families.
(623) 561-5893
911-0322Cancer Care, Inc.
Caring for people facing the challenges of cancer.  Supporting patients, loved ones, caregivers.  Social workers provide help and hope through free counseling, education, financial assistance.
(800) 813-HOPE
911-0323Children's Cancer Recovery Foundation
Helping children battle cancer through national "Bear-Able Bag" program.  Gift bags with toys, games, give children in hospitals hope, spirit. Emergency financial support to families.
(800) 238-6479
911-0324Cancer Prevention and Research Fund
Over 1.5 million people will get Cancer this year! One third of the most common cancers could be prevented! Help stop the needless suffering.
911-0325Cancer Curing Society
Help thousands of people recover from so-called “incurable” diseases, such as cancer, by teaching a powerful natural treatment to patients, medical professionals and caregivers.
(888) 443-7766
911-0330Cancer Research Foundation
Help us find a cure for cancer. Funding laboratory and clinical cancer research projects that provide better treatment and care.
(312) 630-0055
911-0331Cancer Prevention and Treatment Fund
Helps prevent and treat cancer among adults and children by providing them with information to lower their risks and find the most effective treatments.
(202) 223-4000
911-0332Cancer Research Fund of the Damon Runyon - Walter Winchell Foundation
100% of your donation funds brilliant young cancer researchers seeking new treatments for all forms of cancer.
(877) 7-CANCER
911-0333Cancer Research America - NFCR
If you agree that world-class, cutting-edge research is the key to more effective cancer treatments, prevention, and detection - join us - save lives!
(800) 321-CURE
911-0334Cancer Research Fund VHL Alliance
Funds research, provides information, peer support, improving diagnosis, treatment, and quality of life for people living with kidney cancer and related tumors.
(800) 767-4VHL
911-0336Canine Assistants
Training great dogs for special people. Invest in freedom by providing service dogs to children and adults with disabilities. Thank you!
(800) 771-7221
911-0340Canine Companions for Independence
Gives independence to people with disabilities.
(800) 572-2275
911-0350Canines for Disabled Kids
Providing trained rescued dogs and donated puppies for assistance at home and in school.
(978) 422-5299
911-0352Canine Health Foundation
Help dogs live longer, healthier lives by fighting canien diseases like cancer, epilepsy, eye and heart disease.  Our work furthers human treatments and cures too.
(888) 682-9696
911-0360Carter Center
Prevents and resolves conflicts, enhances freedom and democracy, and improves world health.
(800) 550-3560
911-0370CASA-Court Appointed Advocates for Abused Children
Trains advocates for abused and neglected children.
(800) 628-3233
911-0390Catholic Health Care for the Poor
Distributes health care to victims of poverty.
(212) 242-7757, ext. 22
911-0400Catholic Relief Services
Rushes food, clothing, shelter, water and comfort to God's most vulnerable children effectively and efficiently in times of disaster and provides the means to self-sufficiency.
(888) 277-7575
911-0402Catholic Urban Programs
Helps us help the destitute, homeless, elderly, children, those in need with the most basic necessities of food, shelter, outreach, after school, programs/budget counseling, etc.
(618) 398-5616
911-0410Celiac Central, National Foundation for Celiac Awareness
Help save millions of lives, billions of dollars.  Celiac disease can lead to malnourishment, cancer, diabetes, osteoporosis, other life-threatening diseases.  95% ot sufferers remain undiagnosed.
(215) 325-1306
911-0411Center for Food Safety
Protecting human health and the environment by working to change harmful methods of food production and by promoting organic and other forms of sustainable agriculture.
911-0413Center for Reproductive Rights
Promote and defend women's reproductive freedom.  Safeguard women's health.  We use the law in the U.S. and globally to ensure women's dignity, equality, and self-determination.
(917) 637-3600
911-0414Cervical Cancer Prevention and Assistance
Every two minutes a woman will die of cervical cancer somewhere in the world. 90% of cervical cancer is curable. Help us stop needless suffering!
602 241-2873
911-0415C.H.A.D.D. (Children and Adults with Attention Deficit Disorder)
Family support, education, and research.
(301) 306-7070
911-0418Chicago Humanities Festival
A thinking person's celebration dedicated to the life and achievements of the human mind.  Gives audiences access to the foremost thinkers of our time.
(312) 661-1028
911-0420Chicago Women’s Health Center
Empower and educate low-income and uninsured women by helping CWHC provide gynecology, counseling, and women’s health education.
(773) 935-6126
911-0425Chicago Youth Symphony Orchestras
CYSO provides music instruction and cultural opportunities for thousands of young people through five core training orchestras and music education programs in Chicago Public Schools.
(312) 939-2207
911-0427Chief Petty Officer Scholarship Fund
Help us say YES - ensure all CPO family members receive financial support to attend the community college, vocational college, college or university of their choice.
(757) 233-9136
911-0430Child Family Health International
Provides free health care to poor children worldwide.
(800) 771-2344
911-0440Child Find of America
Child kidnapping prevention and recovery specialists.
(800) I-AM-LOST
911-0450Child Foundation
An international nonprofit organization that helps children in need, who have been identified as high achievers, remain in school.
(503) 698-4084
911-0452Child Slavery, Trafficking and Forced Labor Rescue
Devoted to the rescue of trafficked and exploited child laborers from carpet looms in Asia, and offering them rehabilitation, counseling, education and a home.
(202) 234-9050
911-0453Child Welfare League of America
Every child will grow up in a safe, loving and stable family.  We protect children, strengthen families and advocate children as a national priority.
(202) 688-4200
911-0455Child Rescue International
Relief to institutionalized handicapped children.
(800) 245-9191
911-0456Child Sex Abuse Prevention and Protection Center
Child sexual abuse harms millions each year.  Victims and families suffer silently with lifelong impacts.  Prevent abuse before another child is harmed.  Stop It Now!
(413) 587-3500
Working to meet the physical, emotional, educational and spiritual needs of abused and neglected children. We focus our efforts on advocacy, prevention, treatment, and community-outreach.
(480) 922-8212
911-0458Cancer Coalition, The National
Providing cutting edge children’s cancer research, one-to-one patient and family education services, and life saving cancer medicines free to needy patients. Your support saves lives.
(919) 821-2182
911-0459Childhood Cancer Research - St. Baldrick's Foundation
Shaving the way to conquer kids cancer! Our volunteers shave their heads in solidarity, raising funds for awareness and lifesaving research to cure children's cancer.
(888) 899-2253
911-0460Children Awaiting Parents
Unites children with caring adoptive parents.
(716) 232-5110
911-0461Children of Fallen Patriots Foundation
College scholarships to children of U.S. service members killed in combat or training, making the ultimate sacrifice for freedom. We care for those left behind.
866 917-2373
911-0463Children of Nicaragua Fabretto Foundation
After-school academic and nutrition services to children living in severe poverty in many communities in Nicaragua.
(703) 525-8716
911-0465Children of the Night
Rescues American children from street prostitution.
(800) 551-1300
911-0469Children's AIDS Fund
Millions of children orphaned, families ravaged by HIV/AIDS.  Millions more need education to stay HIV free.  Help limit suffering through prevention, care and treatment.
(866) 829-1560
911-0470Children’s Angel Flight
Free medical air transportation for ill children.  NOTE:  Per email to Cindy Dixon July 13, 2011, this charity changed its name to Children's Angel Airlines.
(888) 675-1405
911-0472Children's Cancer Aid and Research Institute
Provides childhood cancer research grants.  Ships medical supplies to hospitals and clinics worldwide.  Provides summer camp sponsorships and support groups.  "Together we are their hope!"
(800) 759-3390
911-0481Children's Food, Healthcare, Shelter and Education Fund
We feed hungry children living in poverty, send doctors and medicine, build shelters, send children to school or training and find opportunities for their parents.
(207) 538-7899
911-0482Children's Emergency Medical Fund
Malnutrition: a child's gravest threat  Weakened and hungry, children fall prey to disease.  Help save these starving children through life-saving medical supplies and healthy foods.
(602) 241-2873
911-0484Children's Brain Disease Research Foundation
Ensuring a parent never hears, "there's nothing we can do for your sick child".  Help find cures for Gaucher and other life-threatening, childhood brain diseases.
(916) 797-3700
911-0485Children’s Heart Foundation International
Treatment for children with congenital heart disease.
(877) 869-ICHF
911-0487Children's Hope International Foundation
Homes, health and hope for children in need.  Wer're committed to giving needed physical, medical, educational and humanitarian help to orphans all around the world.
(888) 899-2349
911-0490Children’s Hopes & Dreams - Wish Fulfillment Foundation
Help us realize a suffering child’s final wish.
(800) 437-3262
911-0499Deaf Children's Literacy Project
Most deaf children are behind in English language and literacy.  Reading opens the door to their future.  Give them the power of English to succeed.
(800) 459-3529
911-0500Children’s Hospital Medical Center Foundation
Benefits the Children’s Hospital Medical Center.
(510) 428-3360  
911-0503Children's Hunger Fund Foundation
Alleviating hunger and suffering in children's lives by providing direct food, clothing, and medicine to impoverished areas in developing countries and across the United States.
(818) 899-5425
911-0505Children’s Medical Ministries
Provides surgical teams, medicine, food, and clothing.
(301) 261-3211
911-0512Help the Children
Provides food and medical assistance to needy children and their families across the United States and world-wide where and when it is most needed.
(877) 264-2243
911-0513Philippine Children's Shelter
Orphaned children in the Philippines need more than just shelter...we provide food, medicine, education and a loving home through three residences and a school.
(763) 689-6558
911-0515Christian Freedom International
Caring for persecuted Christians in war-zones, brutal repression, and emergency; delivering medicine, food, education, tools and Bibles; reporting globally the atrocities occurring world-wide.
(800) 323-CARE
911-0518Christian Relief Services
Many cannot afford the most basic needs... food, water, medicine, housing. We’re providing a hand-up rather than hand-out to those who need it most worldwide.
(800) 33-RELIEF
911-0519Chronic Fatigue and Immune Dysfunction Syndrome (CFIDS) Association of America
Largest and most active charitable organization leading national efforts in research, policy and communications to advance understanding, diagnosis, treatment and prevention of CFS.
(704) 365-2343
911-0521Circle of Concern
Circle of Concern feeds the hungry, helps families pay necessary bills, shares the Holiday spirit, and provides scholarships to worthy students in St. Louis County.
(636) 861-2623
911-0522Citizens United for Research in Epilepsy
Seizures: each one can damage the brain or cut short a life.  Support cutting-edge epilepsy research.  It's time we found a cure.
(800) 765-7118
911-0523Civil War Preservation Trust
Manassas, Gettysburg, Antietam, Fredericksburg: Don't let developers pave over our nation's past.  If we don't save America's battlefields now, we risk losing them forever!
(800) 298-7878
911-0529Comfort for America's Uniformed Services
Provides entertainment and recreation programs to wounded warriors returning from Iraq and Afghanistan and undergoing long recuperations at military medical centers around the country.
(703) 750-6458
911-0530Concerns of Police Survivors, Inc. (COPS)
Services for families of officers killed while on duty.
(573) 346-4911
911-0531Compassionate Care Hospice Foundation, Inc.
Our focus: Helping hospice patients and their families in financial need with life's basics - food, shelter, utilities - plus additional comfort and support services.
(3020 368-8944
911-0532After a Child Dies-The Compassionate Friends
A child's death is devastating. Parents are inconsolable. Siblings experience a rollercoaster of emotions. Devastated grandparents are in shocked disbelief. We help families to cope.
(877) 969-0010
911-0534Congressional Black Caucus Foundation, Inc.
Developing African American leaders through internships, fellowships and scholarships and educating the public through policy forums, research and an annual legislative conference.
(202) 263-2800
911-0540Cornelia De Lange Syndrome Foundation
Children/families are provided personal support.
(800) 753-2357
911-0541Delta Research and Education Foundation
Promotes research which identifies solutions to issues affecting African American women and their communities through funding and support of charitable programs of Delta Sigma Theta.
911-0542Days End Farm Horse Rescue
Starvation, parasite-infestation, deformed-hoofs; We care for abused and negelcted horses.  Dedicated to fostering compassion and responsibility for horses through intervention, education and outreach.
(301) 854-5037
911-0543Correctional Peace Officers Foundation
Nonprofit charity for Correctional Officers and their families, by providing line-of-duty death benefit, and catastrophic assistance in cases of accident or illness.
(800) 800-2763
911-0544COTA Children's Organ Transplant Association
COTA gives hope and makes miracles for children and young adults needing life-saving transplants. All funds raised for these children go toward transplant expenses.
(800) 366-2682
911-0545Covenant House
Serves homeless and at-risk youth in 21 cities. No child turned away. Free food, shelter, clothing, and medical services.
(800) 388-3888
911-0546Cure Alzheimer's Fund
We are the only group with a clear plan to cure this disease.  Funding breakthrough, aggressive research to end this disease as quickly as possible.
(781) 237-3800
911-0547Diabetes & Immune Disease National Research Institute
Help find treatments for diabetes and other immune system disorders. Make the necessary scientific breakthroughs a reality by supporting our cutting-edge research.
(858) 752-6500
911-0548Deaf Video Communications of America, Inc.
Bring Christian resources to the Deaf community.  We produce and distribute Christian material videos using American Sign Language to families, schools, churches and prisons.
(630) 221-0909
911-0549Crime, Crisis and Disaster Victims Assistance
National Organization for Victim Assistance Crime and disaster strike families, friends, and neighbors.  We specialize in crisis response teams, direct services, 24-hour helpline.  Helps champion dignity/compassion for all victims.
(703) 535-6682
911-0550Diabetes Action Research and Education Foundation
We fund research for treatment, prevention, and cure.
(301) 493-5537
911-0551Diabetes Aid and Research Fund
Nutrition and diabetes are undeniably linked. We provide vital fresh produce to thousands of clients, medical supplies to clinics, and support continuing research on treatments.
800 511-7032
911-0552Diabetes Health and Research Institute
Fighting diabetes and other degenerative diseases with programs focuses on health and nutrition to maintain a healthy lifestyle.  Children’s diabetes camp scholarships, medicines and supplies.
(602) 234-9119
911-0555Diabetes Prevention and Aid Fund
Providing life saving fresh fruits and vegetables to impovershed at-risk families.  Science has proven that we can prevent diabetes with our seven step plan.
(602) 241-2873
911-0570Direct Relief International
Strengthens local health programs and facilitates around the world in areas of high need and responds to disasters with medical material resources.
(800) 676-1638
911-0575Disabled American Veterans (DAV) Charitable Service Trust
Provides food/clothing/shelter to homeless veterans.
(606) 441-7300
911-0576Disabled Sports USA
Provides year-round sports rehabilitation programs nationally to persons with disabilities, including a program for severely wounded service members from the war in Iraq and Afghanistan.
(301) 217-0960
911-0578Disaster Dogs of Illinois
We train, equip, and deploy the highest quality, certified K-9/Handler urban Search and Rescue teams at no cost to those in need.
Tuition-based, subsidized services, and a free academic at-risk program.
(618) 632-3670
911-0585Dogs for Disabled Americans (NEADS)
Trains rescued dogs and donated puppies.
(978) 422-9064
911-0586Dogs for the Deaf, Inc.
Dogs rescued from shelters are professionally trained to assist people with deafness, hearing loss and other challenges.  Dogs provide safety, companionship, self-confidence, and independence.
(8000 990-3647
911-0590Dollars for Scholars
Community-based scholarship foundations.
(800) 279-2083
911-0592Down Syndrome Assocation of Illinois
Provides support for new parents, advocacy and referral for school-age children and innovative services for teens and adults with Down Syndrome.
(630) 325-9112
911-0593Down Syndrome Congress, National
Information for people with Down Syndrome.
(800) 232-NDSC
911-0595Dystonia Medical Research Foundation
Advancing research for more effective treatments and ultimately a cure for dystonia, promoting awareness and education for the well being of affected individuals and families.
(800) 377-3978
911-0605Educate the Children
We provide scholarships, teacher training, adult literacy, health programs, and small business development - with special attention given to girls and women - to communities in Nepal.
(607) 272-1176
911-0610EOD Warrior Foundation
Supporting EOD Warriors and families who are injured or died while serving our country, conducting their duties to disarm deadly explosive ordnance and terrorist devices.
(540) 554-4550
911-0615Equestrian Land Conservation Resource
Every hour, 250 acres of rural land is developed. Loss of land is a critical and defining issue for all horse people and conservationists.
(859) 455-8383
911-0620Faces: The National Association for the Cranio-Facially Handicapped
Funds for travel to reconstructive surgical centers.
(800) 3-FACES-3
911-0625Family Violence and Sexual Assault Institute
Sexual Assault, Domestic Violence, Child and Elder Abuse, Trauma: Problems affecting all of us.  Take action to solve them.  Join us to end such victimization.
(858) 527-1860 ext. 4031
911-0626Senior Care Volunteer Network
Preserving the independence/dignity of our senior citizens.  Help us provide no-cost services: transportation, friendly visits, housekeeping, yard work, minor home repairs, shopping, and respite.
(815) 455-3120
911-0630Farm Animal Reform Movement (FARM)
Promotes humane treatment of farm animals.
(800) ASK-FARM
911-0640Farm Safety 4 Just Kids
Dedicated farm safety for children.
(515) 758-2827
911-0650Farmers & Hunters Feeding the Hungry
Please help farmers and hunters give nutritious meat free of charge to their hungry neighbors.
(301) 739-3000
911-0655Federation for American Immigration Reform
Stop illegal immigration. Fight "amnesty" for illegal aliens. Improve border security. Join the FAIR Fight for immigration policies that make sense for America.
911-0657Feed A Child
50 million Americans are hungry - 1 out of 6 in the U.S. population and 1 out of 4 children! Help feed these poor, malnourished, and needy Americans.
911-0659Feed My Hungry Children
Children go to bed hungry while food is thrown away.  Help us save food and meet the needs of America's most desperate children and families.
(602) 241-2873
911-0660Feed My People
Break the cycle of poverty and homelessness.  We're helping low-income people get back on their feet with food, energy assistance, job counseling, and more.
(314) 631-4900
911-0661Feeding Children in America
One in four Children in America suffer from hunger! Help us get nutritional and healthy fruits and vegetables to these suffering children.
911-0662Feeding America's Children
America's children without nutritional food!  Many with only one meal per day!  Help us rush lifesaving Fruits and Vegetables to hungry families throughout America.
(602) 241-2873
911-0663Feeding America's Hungry Children
America's Children Hungry!  Desperate for Food!  Hurting and without Hope!  Help us provide for the desperate food needs of impoverished children throughout America.
(602) 241-2873
911-0664Feeding Hungry Children
Change a Life!  One in every 6 children lacks nutritious food.  Many children go to school hungry.  Help us deliver fruit/vegetables to disadvantaged children.
(602) 241-2873
911-0665Feed My Starving Children
Meeting the needs of malnourished children. Volunteers pack over 150 million nutritious meals for starving children in nearly 70 countries. Each meal costs 22 cents.
911-0667Fisher House Foundation
We build and donate Fisher Houses at military/VA medical centers, support existing houses, help military families in need and award Scholarships for Military Children.
(888) 294-8560
911-0668Food & Medicine for the Poor
Collecting daily necessities and food to redistribute to non-profits nationwide/internationally to fight poverty, hunger, and disease. Help us meet needs and save lives.
911-0669Feed My People
Feeding hungry children in America and overseas!  Providing millions of pounds of vitamin-rich fruit and vegetables to thousands of America's neediest children and families.
(602) 678-3285
911-0675Foster Care Children and Family Fund
Children are abandoned through no fault of their own.  We're improving foster children's lives through college scholarships, training for foster parents, summer camp and more.
(608) 274-9111
911-0680Franciscan Outreach Association
Provides food, emergency overnight shelter, and case management to 6,000 of Chicago’s poor and homeless in order to help them build a better life.
(773) 278-6724
911-0690FRAXA Research Foundation
We aim to cure Fragile X, the foremost known cause of autism, by funding medical research and helping affected families get the best treatment.
(978) 462-1866
911-0691Fund for Animals, The
Lifesaving animal sanctuaries and wildlife rehabilitation centers caring for a variety of species--from tigers to turtles--Help give thousands of animals a second chance.
(866) 482-3708
911-0692Futures Without Violence
Ending violence against women and children through programs that promote respect, educate the public, and protect children. FWV trains judges, physicians, policymakers, and leaders internationally.
(415) 678-5500
911-0700Gift of Adoption Fund, Inc.
The gift of adoption gives children a future. Saving children in dire situations and supporting the loving, giving, permanent families who want to adopt them!
911-0705Giving Children Hope
Provides medicine/equipment for orphanages, pediatric hospitals, and clinics.
(714) 524-4454
911-0708Greyhound Foundation
Greyhounds are starved, abused, abandoned, sold for experimentation, and slaughtered because many tracks are closing.  Help us rescue, provide medical care, and adopt them.
(352) 628-2281
911-0711Greenpeace Fund
Takes action, peacefully and creatively, to expose global environmental problems and promote solutions essential to a green and peaceful future.
(800) 326-0959
911-0712Guide Dogs for the Blind
Providing safety, independence and companionship to the blind and love, responsibility and purpose to dogs.
(800) 295-4050
911-0713Gluten Intolerance Group of North America
Eating gluten causes long-term life-threatening health hazards.  Monitoring food supply is critical.  Help us educate and audit food companies.  Consumers can then live gluten-free safely.
(253) 833-6655
911-0715Guide Dogs of America
Free guide dogs and training to blind individuals.
(800) 459-4843
911-0716Guide Dog Foundation for the Blind
Using innovative training methods, trains guide and service dogs to restore independence and mobility, empowering people with disabilities to live a life without boundaries.
800 548-4337
911-0718Guttmacher Institute
Advancing sexual and reproductive health worldwide through research, policy analysis and public education.
(212) 248-1111
911-0720Guild for the Blind
The Guild provides individuals who are blind or visually impaired with the tools, training, and resources they need to live independently.
(312) 236-8569
911-0721God's Kids Organization
Giving hope to some of the neediest of 143 million orphans worldwide.  God's Kids feeds, shelters, clothes, educates orphans holding orphanages and ourselves accountable.
(877) 246-3754
911-0722Gospel for Asia, Inc.
First responders to disasters, educators of outcastes and "Untouchables", ambassadors of God's love and hope, GFA native missionaries transform thousands of lives now and eternally.
(800) 946-2742
911-0723Graves' Disease Foundation
Providing patient services, public education and funding research to find the cause and cure of Graves' Disease.  Support groups and counseling, help thyroid patients.
(877) 643-3123
911-0724Habitat for Humanity
Help achieve our vision: a world where everyone has a decent place to live. God's love in action: bringing people together, building homes, communities, hope.
911-0725Habitat for Humanity International
Christian Housing ministry working to end poverty by partnering with families in need to build affordable homes, stabilize neighborhoods, and preserve communities.
(800) 422-4828
911-0730Half the Sky Foundation
Half the Sky provides infant nurture, innovative preschools, personalized learning opportunities, and loving family care, medical care and guidance for orphaned children in China.
(510) 525-3377
911-0731HALO Trust USA, Inc., The
"Getting mines out of the ground, now." Removing landmines, cluster bombs, weapons and the explosive remnants of war; returning communities to peace and safety.
911-0732Helping Children Worldwide, Inc.
The life-changing programs of Helping Children Worldwide alleviate suffering, heal the sick, protect the most vulnerable children and break the crushing cycle of poverty.
(703) 793-9521
911-0733H E R O E S Care, Inc.
We assist military families before, during and after deployment in the communities where they live with material, financial, and emotional support through specially trained caregivers.
(888) 799-4376
911-0736Hearts United for Animals
No-kill shelter and sanctuary taking in the creatures who are lost, afraid, and hungry.  Giving them comfort, medical care, food, love and good homes.
(402) 274-3679
911-0737Heart Disease Research Institute
Provides research grants, medical and humanitarian supplies to hospitals.  Provides heart disease educational material to patients and families.  Curing begins with a caring heart!
(800) 759-3004
911-0745Hepatitis Foundation International
Funds research and provides public education.
(800) 891-0707
911-0749His Kids
We provide services for children with cancer and their families including; family support events, art therapy and counseling services, emergency assistance, and bereavement support.
618 654-4020
911-0750Hispanic Scholarship Fund
Scholarships for Hispanic-American students.
(415) 445-9930
911-0770Holt International Children’s Services
International adoption and child caring.
(541) 687-2202
911-0771Homes For Our Troops
We build specially adapted, handicap-accessible homes for severely injured veterans across the country. The homes are provided at no cost to the veteran.
(508) 823-3300
911-0772Hope For the Hungry
On average 40,000 children die daily of malnutrition. Give us the means, we’ll do the work, “Share the Bread of life with a Starving World.
(254) 939-0124
911-0773HOPE Worldwide, Ltd.
Medical services, health education, disaster relief.
(610) 254-8800
911-0774Hope For The Warriors
Restore self, family and hope!  Our programs support employment and education, clinical health and wellness, sports and recreation, build community and military relations and more.
(877) 246-7349
911-0780Hospice Foundation of America, Inc.
Supports organizations assisting the terminally ill.
(800) 854-3402
911-0781Hospice Foundation for End-of-Life Care
Your contributions enable us to provide the medical, social and spiritual support necessary for a quality end-of-life experience for individuals and their families.
(877) 800-2951
911-0790Housing Opportunities & Maintenance For The Elderly
We help the elderly/poor with their housing needs.
(773) 921-3200
911-0793Humane Farm Animal Care
HFAC improves farm animals' lives by providing stringent, vertificable standards for humane food production, and by assuring consumers that certified products meet our humane standards.
(703) 435-3883
911-0794Humane Society of the United States
Ending abuse of all animals: puppy mills, animal fighting, animals in laboratories, factory farming abuses, horse slaughter, wildlife threats… Help us end animal cruelty.
866 720-2676
911-0795Humane Society of Missouri
Full-service animal welfare organization providing adoption, shelter, veterinary, rescue and investigations, farm, educational services and community outreach programs to people and animals throughout Missouri.
(314) 647-8800
911-0798Illinois Association of Court Appointed Special Advocates (Illinois CASA)
We provide support to local programs whose volunteers advocate for the best interest of abused and neglected children in the fostercare and court system.
911-0799Illinois Migrant Council
Provides job training, education, health, emergency assistance, housing and advocacy services and opportunities for farm workers and low income rural families to achieve economic self-sufficiency.
911-0820In Defense of Animals
Fights to end animal cruelty, exploitation, and abuse.
(415) 388-9641, ext. 26
911-0830India Partners
Christian charity supporting self-help projects in India since 1984: orphanages, schools, agricultural/food projects, medical clinics, sewing schools, disaster relief, literacy, job training, and churches.
(888) 870-9085
911-0833Injured Marine Semper Fi Fund
IMSFF provides grants to injured and critically ill Marines, Sailors and their families to help with the costs accosiated with hospitalization recovery and transition.
(760) 725-3680  www.
911-0834International Hearing Dog, Inc.
Giving the gift of hearing by training rescued dogs to alert the hearing-impaired to sounds in their environment: providing awareness, security, independence and companionship.
(303) 287-3277
911-0835International Fellowship of Christians and Jews
Promotes understanding between Jews and Christians. Provides relief in Israel and the former Soviet Union. Airlifts Jews to Israel through “On Wings of Eagles.
(800) 486-8844
911-0837International Myeloma Foundation
The International Myeloma Foundation (IMF) is dedicated to improving the quality of life of multiple myeloma patients through support, education, advocacy, and collaborative research.
(818) 487-7455
911-0838International OCD Foundation
Educating and assisting public and professional communities about OCD and related disorders.  Providing critical support and resources and connecting professionals who treat the disorder.
(617) 973-5801
911-0839Ipas Women
Ipas Women are dying from unsafe abortions.  Families broken, sisters, mothers, daughters lost.  Help us give these women access to safe abortion care.
(800) 334-8446
911-0840Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America, Inc.
Critical issues face Iraq and Afghanistan veterans and their families, including mental health injuries, tragic suicide rates and staggering unemployment. Help IAVA help America's heroes.
911-0841Jesus Inc.
Christian ministry providing; in-prison bible studies at the Lawrence Correction Center (2,300 inmates), radio broadcasts of scripture, Christian literature, advice and assistance to individuals.
(618) 392-4322
911-0842Israel Guide Dog Center for the Blind
Faithful assistance guide dogs are raised and trained to provide blind Israelis with independence, safe mobility and self-confidence. Clients receive the dogs for Free.
215 343-9100
911-0845Jewish Women International
Serves to break the cycle of violence through education, advocacy, and action internationally.
(800) 343-2823
911-0847Jews and Gentiles Joined in Messiah
Jews and Gentiles throughout the world working together to raise awareness of Jewish believers in Jesus and support the growth of Israel's Messianic (Christian) congregations.
(877) 876-2580
911-0855Jumpstart for Young Children, Inc.
Help every child succeed. We train and pair college students with preschoolers to develop language, literacy, social and initiative skills - preparing them for success.
(617) 542-5867
Children are playing outdoors less resulting in obesidty, violence, depression and behavioral problems.  We're transforming derelict land into safe playgrounds where children can flourish.
(202) 659-0215
911-0860Kidney Cancer Research and Education Association
Improves care/survival of kidney cancer patients.
(847) 655-4495
911-0865Kids in Danger
Works to improve children’s product safety.
(312) 595-0649
911-0867Kids In Distressed Situations, Inc.
Providing new clothes, books, toys, household items to poor and homeless children, disaster victims, military families.  Through your support we bring smiles to their faces.
(212) 279-5493
911-0870Dogs Last Chance
Help us fight animal cruelty!
(310) 271-6096
911-0871Lafayette Work Center Inc.
We're a non-profit packaging workshop employing adults with disabilities.  We develop workskills, self-esteem and social belonging in deserving individuals who are often overlooked and underestimated.
(636) 227-5666
911-0872LINC, Inc
Empowering persons with disabilities to live independently and to maximize their independence throughout their lifetime by teaching independent living skills including self-advocacy.
618 235-9988
911-0881Little Patriots Embraced
GOALS: To deliver emotional and psychological support for the children and spouses of our deployed military through transitional and support objects.
(877) 448-3573
911-0882Literacy Volunteers of Illinois
We are a resource organization that develops and supports volunteer literacy programs that help families, adults, and out-of-school teens increase their literacy skills.
(312) 857-1582
911-0884Lymphedema Network
Abnormal swelling in limbs or elsewhere from cancer surgery/other causes.  Afflicts men, women, children.  Often misdiagnosed and mistreated.  A chronic condition, a lifelong struggle.
(415) 908-3681
911-0885Lymphoma Research Foundation
For Hodgkin’s and non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma.
(800) 500-9976
911-0887Lymphoma Foundation of America
Research to cure nonhodgkin and hodgkin lymphoma. Compassionate patient/family support services. Referrals to specialists. Nurse-counseling. Grants to develop new treatments. Patient financial help.
911-0890Lions of Illinois Foundation
Helps the blind/deaf communities throughout Illinois.
(815) 756-5633
911-0893Lung Cancer Alliance
Providing support and information to patients and their families, while raising national awareness and securing multiple millions in public health dollars for lung cancer research.
(800) 298-2436
911-0895MADRE, Inc.
Rape, abduction, death threats and ‘honor killings’ of women. Gender- based violence is rising internationally. Women and their children need protection and justice. Please help.
(212) 627-0444
911-0900MAGIC Foundation
Supports families of children with growth disorders.
(800) 3-MAGIC-3
911-0915Marine Corps -- Law Enforcement Foundation
Scholarships awarded to children of active duty Marines and Federal Law Enforcement.  Possible assistance for children of Marines for medical expenses not covered by insurance.
(877) 606-1775
911-0919Marine Corps League Foundation, Inc.
We provide scholarships, youth programs, disaster relief and humanitarian aid to Marine Corps families in need.  We also provide Veterans facilities assistance.
(800) 625-1775
911-0920Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation
Provides scholarships to children of Marines.
(800) 292-7777
911-0925Marine Mammal Center
Rescue, treat, and release injured and endangered marine mammals.
(415) 289-SEAL
911-0929Maryville Academy
We provide free short-term care for children of families experiencing a crisis.  Parents receive support, counseling, community referrals and parenting education.
(773) 205-3600
911-0930Mercy for Animals
Working to end animal abuse wherever it’s found while creating a culture where all animals are treated with the respect and compassion they deserve.
(866) 632-6446
911-0931Matthew 25: Ministries
Helping the poorest of the poor.  By rescuing and reusing products from major corporations, we can effectively provide basic necessities, nutritional opportunities and disaster relief.
(513) 793-6256
911-0935Affordable Housing for Americans in Need
Building Homes, Rebuilding Lives.  National housing program that develops and finances affordable, energy-efficient, program-enriched housing for low-income families, seniors and people with special needs.
(303) 830-3300
911-0940Mercy Medical Airlift
We ensure that no needy patient is denied access to distant specialized medical evaluation, diagnosis or treatment for lack of a means of long-distance transportation.
(800) 296-1217
911-0945Mercy-USA for Aid and Development, Inc.
Give primary health care, nutrition and safe water to women and children, fight infectious diseases; rescue orphans and other vulnerable youth through vocational training.
(800) 556-3729
911-0960Merit School of Music, Inc.
Provides youth with chance to develop music talents.
(312) 786-9428
911-0961Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund
MALDEF promotes and protects the civil rights of Latinos in the areas of Education, Employment, Immigrant Rights, Political Access and administers scholarships for Law students.
(213) 629-2512
911-0962Migraine Research Foundation, Inc.
Migraine is much more than a bad headache-it disables millions.  The Migraine Research Foundation funds research to hep sufferers and find the cure.
(212) 249-5402
911-0963Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research
Dedicated to finding a cure for Parkinson’s disease through an aggressively funded research agenda.
(800) 708-7644
911-0964Multiple Sclerosis, Can Do
Lifestyle empowerment programs for people and families living with MS that transform and improve their quality of life.  I AM, I  CAN, I WILL!
(800) 367-3101
911-0965Military Officers Association of America Scholarship Fund
Loans and grants to children of enlisted and officers for college education.
(800) 245-8762
911-0966Mr. Holland's Opus Foundation
Keep music alive for thousands of students! We donate musical instruments to under served schools and kids, to inspire creativity, expression and joy through music.
(818) 762-4328
911-0967Miracle Flights for Kids
Change the future for a sick child! Your donation provides free flights for children needing to reach medical surgeries thousands of miles away from home.
(800) 359-1711
911-0969Mexico-US Solidarity Network
Housing, work, health care and education are basic human rights. Help us develop them on both sides of the Mexico-US border.
773 583-7728
911-0980National Center for Missing & Exploited Children
Spearheads national and international efforts to protect children from sexual exploitation and abduction, and to locate and recover missing children.
(800) THE-LOST
911-0985National Council of La Raza
Fighting discrimination, reducing poverty, and improving opportunities for Hispanic Americans. Our network of Hispanic community organizations is the leading voice for Latinos.
(202) 785-1670
911-0987National Humane Education Society, The
Since 1948 we've worked to stop the senseless abuse/killing of animals.  Please support our nationwide humane education, spay/neuter, lifetime sanctuary, and adoption programs.
(304) 725-0506
911-0990National Lung Cancer Partnership
The only lung cancer advocacy organization founded by doctors and researchers, we fund lung cancer research, provide patient resources, and generate awareness of the disease.
(608) 233-7905
911-1070National Park Foundation
Invest in America’s National Parks.
(202) 785-4500
911-1080National Park Trust
Purchases private properties/donates for parklands.
(202) 548-0500
911-1081National Wild Turkey Federation, Inc.
Conservation and educational organization dedicated to the conservation and management of the North American Wild Turkey and the preservation of the hunting heritage.
1.6 million kids runaway from home every year. Help us be there at 1-800-RUNAWAY 24/7 to keep these kids safe and off the streets.
Financial counseling and grants help transplant and catastrophic injury patients receive life-sustaining care and treatment which would otherwise be unaffordable.
(800) 642-8399;
911-1110Northern Illinois Food Bank
Distributes food to agencies serving those in need.
(630) 443-6910
911-1112Northeastern Illinois University Foundation
Contributions to the NEIU Foundation help to guarantee success for a diverse student population attending one of Illinois' most affordable and high-quality state universities.
(773) 442-4225
911-1115Outreach International
Invest in long-term solutions.  Help the poorest of the poor.  Bring about Sustainable Good:  thriving children, empowered families, strong communities, renewed environment.
(816) 833-0883
911-1121Operation Homefront
Operation Homefront relies on caring patriots to support its mission of providing emergency aid and morale programs for military families and woulded warriors.
(800) 722-6098
911-1122Operation Homefront - Illinois, Inc.
Operation Homefront provides emergency support and morale to our military troops, the families they leave behind during deployment, and wounded warriors when they return home.
(800) 825-9189
911-1124Operation First Response, Inc.
Serves wounded warriors/veterans and their families with financial needs.  Assistance varies based on individual needs ranging from rent, utilities, vehicle payments, groceries and travel.
(888) 289-0280
911-1125Operation Food Search
Volunteers meeting desperate food needs of hungry and hurting children, unemployed, senior citizens and homeless in Missouri and Illinois. Fighting hunger and saving children’s lives!
(314) 726-5355
911-1128Operation USA
Tsunamis, hurricanes, earthquakes, war. We serve those in greatest need yet often ignored by larger aid organizations. These displaced, disaster-stricken children need your help.
Fights blindness worldwide using flying eye hospital to teach sight-saving skills to medical professionals and to treat patients with preventable blindness in developing countries.
(800) ORBIS-US
911-1135OrphanCare International
Abandoned. Alone. Hungry.  This describes the life of the world's many orphans.  Every child has value.  Every dollar makes a difference: Shelter, Food, Education, Support.
(918) 749-4600 or
911-1136ORT America, Inc.
Cutting-edge science and technology education meeting the needs of contemporary society, while promoting the understanding and appreciation f Jewish Values.  Global network in 55 countries.
(800) 519-2678
911-1137Ovarian Cancer Coalition, National Ovarian Cancer
Deadliest of all gynecological cancers.  Help us raise ovarian cancer awareness; promote education; improve survival rate and quality of life for all women.
911-1138Pajama Program
Provide cozy, new pajamas and new books to children in need; many waiting and hoping to be adopted, often being shuffled between temporary living facilities.
(212) 716-9757
911-1140Paralyzed Veterans of America - Spinal Cord Injury Education and Training Foundation (ETF)
Services for veterans with spinal cord injuries.
(202) 416-1275
911-1145Paralyzed Veterans Of America Spinal Cord Research Foundation
Funds research for improved care and eventual cure.
(800) 424-8200, ext. 255
911-1150Parents as Teachers National Center
Programs provide free parenting education and health/development screenings for children prenatal to kindergarten to enhance development and school readiness.  50 states and US territories.
(866) PAT-4YOU
911-1160Parents of Murdered Children
Provides support for survivors of homicide victims.
(513) 721-5683
911-1180Paws with a Cause
Help us, help them, help themselves.
(800) 253-PAWS
911-1185Pearl S. Buck International, Inc.
Abandoned, Orphaned and Disadvantaged Children's Services Worldwide - Pearl S. Buck
(800) 220-BUCK
911-1190Pediatric AIDS Foundation
Committed to eradicating pediatric AIDS, preventing mother-to-child transmission of HIV, and ensuring better medical treatments for children.
(310) 314-1459
911-1192Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation of the United States, Inc.
Funds medical research for childhood brain tumors.  Offers free patient family support services, funds scholarships for survivors, provides advocacy for cause.
(828) 665-6891
911-1193United States Ski Team Foundation
USSA provides year-round training, development, and educational needs for U.S. Ski/Snowboard athletes preparing for national and international competitions, including the Olympic Winter games.
(800) 809-SNOW
911-1195People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals
Fights cruelty through education.
(757) 622-PETA
911-1197Pet Partners
Trained pets and volunteers provide therapy and love.
(800) 869-6898  
911-1205Philippine Children’s Fund of America
Serving poor children and those left behind by the U.S. base closure; also daycare in the U.S.
(800) 660-4009
911-1207PKD Foundation
Only organization worldwide solely devoted to programs of patient education, public awareness, advocacy and research toward a treatment and cure for polycystic kidney disease patients.
(800) 753-2873
911-1215Planned Parenthood Illinois, Inc.
Helps individuals make reproductive choices.
(217) 359-4768
911-1222Planned Parenthood Federation of America
Ensure access to affordable reproductive health care, protect reproductive rights, and promote access to comprehensive medically accurate sexuality education, domestically and internationally.
(800) 829-7732
911-1230Planned Parenthood Of The St. Louis Region
Helps individuals make reproductive choices.
(314) 531-7526
911-1240Polish American Congress Charitable Foundation
Medical supplies/equipment for Poland’s hospitals.
(773) 763-9944
911-1250Population Action International
No woman should live in poverty because she can't plan the size of her family.  No woman should die giving life.  Help us help women.
(202) 557-3400
911-1251Posse Foundation, Inc.
Posse is a comprehensive youth leadership, college access program that identifies urban high school seniors and supports them throughout college.  Partner universities award full-tuition scholarships.
(212) 405-1691
911-1260Prevent Child Abuse-Illinois
Protecting our most precious resource, our children.
(217) 522-1129
911-1264Prostate Cancer Research and Assistance Fund
Awareness builds a healthier lifestyle. Educational information for prostate and other cancer victims. Grants and support to organizations seeking a cure through nutritional treatment therapies.
800 756-3840
911-1266Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility
Protect whistleblowers and wildlife from government mistreatment.  Mistakes don't get corrected when they go undetected.  PEER ensures that your voice is heard.
(202) 265-7337
911-1267Puppies Behind Bars
Train and donate service dogs to severely wounded veterans from Iraq and Afghanistan through 'DOG TAGS' program, providing disabled heroes with critical assistance and compantionship.
(212) 680-9562
911-1270Rape, Abuse, & Incest National Network (RAINN)
Operates National Sexual Assault Hotline.
(202) 544-1034
911-1272Rape Victim Advocates
Dedicated to the healing of sexual assault survivors through crisis intervention, counseling, medical and legal advocacy and prevetion of violence through education.
(312) 443-9603
911-1280Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy Syndrome Association of America
Promotes awareness and funds research.
(203) 877-3790
911-1288Respiratory Health Association of Metropolitan Chicago
We address lung health issues including asthma, COPD, lung cancer, air quality and tobacco control through community-based educational programs, research, and advocacy.
911-1290Restless Legs Syndrome Foundation
Provides information and funds research to find a cure.
(507) 287-6465
911-1300Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation
Protects wildlife, its habitat, and public recreation.
(800) 225-5355
911-1319Sarcoma Foundation of America, Inc.
End sarcoma.  This rare insidious cancer of connective tissues is prevalent in children and receives little government funding - yet impacts 50,000 kids and adults daily.
(301) 253-8687
911-1320Sarah’s Circle
Helps provide a safe haven for homeless women.
(773) 728-1014  
911-1321Save the Manatee Club, Inc.
Leave a lasting legacy! Help us advocate for manatee and habitat protection, promote public awareness, sponsor research, rescue, rehabilitation and release efforts.
800 432-5646
911-1323Save The Animals
Animals in Crisis! The uncontrolled exploding animal population sentences dogs and cats to cruel short lives. Please help us stop this needless suffering.
911-1324Save A Child's Heart Foundation, U.S.
You gotta have heart! Thousands of children are struggling to survive.  They can barely breathe from lack of oxygen.  SACH repairs their hearts. Help us!
(301) 618-4588
911-1325Science Olympiad
Encourages all students to participate in academic events at tournaments designed to promote career interest in science, mathematics, and technology.
(630) 792-1251
911-1330Search Dog Foundation, National Disaster
If you love dogs and respect firefighters, support our canine/firefighter teams, searching for people buried alive during disasters.
(888) 459-4376
911-1334Seed Programs International
Sow Seeds To Fight Hunger. We provide quality vegetable seed, expertise, and training resources to help impoverished people become self-sufficient and healthy.
828 707-1640
911-1335Seeing Eye, Inc., The
Enhancing lives by bringing independence, dignity and self-confidence to blind people through our Seeing Eye® dogs.
(973) 539-4425
911-1338Sentinels of Freedom Scholarship Foundation
Honoring the sacrifice of severely injured Veterans and their commitment to guarding America's freedoms.  Our life-changing scholarships provide independence via housing, job placement, transportation, education.
(925) 380-6342
911-1342Shriners Hospitals for Children
Children suffering from burns, spinal cord injuries, and orthopedic problems receive world-class medical care in a family-centered environment regardless of ability to pay.
(800) 241-4438
911-1350Skin and Dental Dysfunction Foundation
Support services to children with Ectodermal Dysplasia.
(618) 566-2020
911-1351Safe Tables Our Priority
America's Voice for Safe Food - dedicated to preventing food-borne illness from pathogens such as E. coli and Salmonella, helping victims recover, and educating all sectors.
(800) 350-7867
911-1352Society for Science & the Public
Promote the understanding and appreciation of science, and the vital role it plays in human advancement. Inspiring scientific thought through world-class education competitions and publications.
202 785-2255
911-1353Skin Cancer Foundation
It's skin cancer.  Millions hear these terrible words every year.  We're dedicated to eradicating skin cancer through prevention, early detection, effective treatment, education, and research.
(212) 725-5176
911-1354Soldiers' Angels
Adaptive laptops for wounded warriors, VA assistance for veterans, baby showers for wives of deployed troops. We provide comfort to America's military and their families.
210 629-0020
911-1355Special Forces Charitable Trust
We provide meaningful financial support and services to the entire Special Forces Community and their families that sustain active-duty, National Guard, and veteran soldier.
860 767-1510
911-1360Special Olympics International
Helps build self esteem and physical fitness.
(800) 700-8484
911-1362Special Operations Warrior Foundation
Provide scholarship grants and counseling to children of special operations people who die in combat or training. Provide financial assistance to wounded special operations people.
911-1365Spinal Cord Injury Network International
Pain, paralysis, spinal cord injuries, accessibility, home modifications, wheelchairs.  Lifetime challenges.  Help us link people with spinal cord injuries to the best treatment and care.
(800) 548-2673
911-1367Spondylitis Association of America
A crippling form of spinal arthritis that strickes young people. We're alone in our sole commitment to research, programs, and support of the spondylitis community.
911-1370St. Coletta’s of Illinois
Non-profit, nonsectarian social service agency.
(708) 342-5200  
911-1371Stand Up To Cancer
Raises funds for innovative, translational research that can get new therapies to patients quickly and save lives. Facilitates collaborations among renowned investigators across multiple disciplines.
424 283-3600
911-1377Support Our Troops, Inc. - Illinois Chapter
Don't let the troops feel abandoned!  They Support Us, Let's Support Tem!  Help Support our Troops ship tons of morale and well-being to troops worldwide.
(618) 205-6627
911-1378Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests, SNAP
Truth equals healing, prevention and justice.  Our unified voice heals victims, protects children, and exposes abusive religious ministers and the church officials that shield them.
(312) 455-1499
911-1380Thomas More Law Center
Public interest law firm defending the constitutional rights of Christians, family values, and sanctity of life.
(734) 827-2001
911-1381USA Rugby
Building champions and Olympians!  Teamwork, integrity, honor, and fitnessare all learned through rugby.  Help us introduce rugby to a new generation of players.
(303) 539-0300
911-1383Toys For Tots Foundation
Brings Christmas joy to needy children nationwide.
(703) 640-9433
911-1384Transplants, National Foundation for
Helps people seek a new life through transplantation.
(901) 684-1697
911-1387Charitable Children's Fund of America
Provides higher education, mental, and physical healthcare assistance to children who lost parents on September 11, 2001.
(661) 633-9076
911-1388USA Hockey Foundation
The Foundation's primary goals are to enhance USA Hockey's mission and activities: to provide opportunities for participation and funding for high-performance athletes.
911-1389USA Cares Inc.
PTSD, foreclosure, utility shut off - USA Cares responds to these real military family problems each week with thousands in support.  Help us help them.
(800) 773-0387
911-1390United Animal Nations
Rescues animals during disasters.
(800) 440-3277
911-1391United States Soccer Federation Foundation
1 in 3 children are overweight.  60 minutes of play, 3-times a week makes a difference.  Using soccer, we improve the lives of underserved youth.
(202) 872-9277
911-1392United States Association for United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees
Help the UN Refugee Agency ensure that they receive life-saving humanitarian aid.
(800) 770-1100
911-1393U.S. Ski Team Foundation

911-1394United Ukrainian American Relief Committee, Inc.
Humanitarian aid to Ukrainians throughout the world.
(215) 728-1630
911-1395Veterans of Foreign Wars Foundation
Support projects that improve life for veterans and military service personnel.
(816) 968-1128
911-1396Veterans Support Foundation
Housing assistance and job placement services.
(202) 628-2047
911-1397Veteran Tickets Foundation
Supporting our Military, Veterans and their families with entertainment, lasting memories and reintegration opportunities by proving tickets to sporting events, concerts, and family activities.
(888) 241-1550
911-1398United Marriage Encounter
Every marriage deserves the opportunity to grow!  Committed to equipping couples with tools for renewing their marriage, strengthening the family, and building Christ-centered homes.
(866) 483-8889
911-1399USA Wrestling
USA Wrestling provides quality opportunities for its members to achieve their full human potential, including Olympic training. We value respect, integrity, dedication, and honesty.
719 598-8181
911-1400Western DuPage Special Recreation Association Foundation
WDSRA's mission is "the development of individuals through recreation".  We believe in "Equal Fun For Everyone" - a disability should never hold anyone back!
(630) 681-0962
911-1401Victims of Crime, National Center for
Helps crime victims rebuild their lives.  Advocates for victims' rights, raises public awareness, and provides training.  Priorties include sexual assault; child trafficking; stalking; civil justice.
(202) 467-8700
911-1403Women, Children & Family Medical Relief Services
10 million children under five die from inadequate medical care while the U.S. throws away medical supplies.  Recycling life-saving supplies to the neediest worldwide.
(770) 323-5858
WaterPartners is transforming the lives of people in developing countries through access to safe water.
(913) 312-8600
911-1405Wildlife Conservation Fund of America
Protects sportsmen’s opportunities to hunt, fish, trap.
(614) 888-4868
911-1410Women in Military Service for America Memorial Foundation
Donations to build a Military Women’s Memorial.
(800) 222-2294
911-1415Women’s Health Research
Medical research funding.
(202) 223-8224
911-1417Women's Sports Foundation
We advodate today for equality and access for all girls to sports, fitness and health, to help create the leaders of tomorrow.
(800) 227-3988
911-1419World Computer Exchange, Inc.
Helping schools and impoverished students in developing countries by shipping refurbished computers and teaching the Internet skills, opportunities and understanding to connect with the world.
911-1420World Impact
Teaches Christian values, respect, and discipleship.
(323) 735-1137
911-1421World ORT, Inc.
Empower the underprivileged to economic self-sufficiency in Africa, Latin America, Eastern Europe through innovative educational programs and training in science and technology.
(718) 513-4116
911-1422World Society for the Protection of Animals
World's leading international federation for animal welfare, our vision is a world where animals matter and cruelty ends.  Responding to disasters, funding sanctuaries, ending suffering.
(800) 883-9772
911-1423Wounded Warriors in Action Foundation
Serves our nation's combat wounded Purple Heart recipients by providing world-class outdoor sporting activities to recognize their sacrifice, encourage their independence, and promote their healing.
813 938-1390
911-1425Youth for Christ USA, Inc.
Establishing life-changing connections with youth in schools, institutions, communities and military bases.
(303) 843-9000
911-1430Zero to Three: National Center for Infants, Toddlers and Families
Informs, trains, and supports professionals, policymakers, and parents in their efforts to improve the lives of infants and toddlers.
(202) 638-1144
The American Heart Association is the nation's oldest, largest voluntary organization devoted to fighting cardivascular dieases and stroke.                                                                                                                   
(217) 698-3838 or (312) 346-4675
950-0010Black United Fund of Illinois, Inc.
A self-help organization that provides financial and technical support to projects that improve the quality of life in African American communities.
(773) 324-0494
950-0015ABJ Community Services, Inc.
Child welfare foster care, employment and training services, behavioral and substance abuse services, and after school programs for teens.
(773) 667-2100
950-0030African Women’s Organization
Information referrals, educational and leadership training for women of African descent.
(773) 906-4073  
950-0031Alliance for Community Peace
A joint partnership with service providers to provide assistance and "wrap-around" services, to low-income families in the Cabrini Green Area.
(312) 943-8530
950-0033Betty Shabazz International Charter School
Operates three African-centered charter schoold, two which are elementary schools and one high school.
(773) 651-2425  
950-0035Beulah A G Smith Scholarship Foundation
(773) 264-6348
950-0040Black Ensemble Theater
Produces theater that inspires cross-cultural communication.
(773) 769-4451
950-0055Black Star Project
Black Star Project is and promotes action-based organization founded to improve life-quality indicators in Chicago's less-advantaged Black and Latino communitiesand toward close the racial academic achievement gap.
(773) 978-0868
950-0070Chicago Black Inventors
Is focused on providing legal, business, advising and other supporting resources to people who have great ideal but limited resources.
(312) 850-4710
950-0090Clara’s House Shelter
Emergency transitional shelter for single women and their families.
(773) 778-8854  
950-0110Community Christian Alternative Academy
An alternative high school and social service agency.
(773) 762-2272  
950-0115Dime Child Foundation
All youth, given adequate attention and guidance, have the power to overcome academic and personal challenges to achieve lifelong success.
(312) 528-0700
950-0125Dusable Museum of African American History
History and culture of Africans and Americans of African descent.
(773) 947-0600
950-0130ETA Creative Arts Foundation
Main stage professional production and classes in technical arts.
(773) 752-3955
950-0135Freedom in Holiness Mission (SPRINGFIELD)
A mission that provides food, clothing, education for Life Workshop, children books and toys.
(217) 522-2527  
950-0137Global Girls, Inc.
Uses performing arts to equip girls, 8-16, with communication, leadership and life skills.
(773) 374-5009  
950-0140Grant A Wish, Inc.
Grants wishes to needy, disabled and abused children.
(312) 222-0525
950-0150I Am Able Center for Family Development
With love and our professional staff of clinicians and educators we serve chicagoland families, especially the marginalized, with stabilizing hope generating services, which induce welliness.
(773) 826-2929
950-0175Interfaith House Inc.
Restoring health for ill and injured homeless adults.
(773) 533-6013
950-0177Jackie Robinson West Little League
Provides recreational, social and educational programs for youth.
(773) 928-5418  
950-0180Kenwood Oakland Community Organization
Through leadership, community organizing, policy advocacy, and the delivery of social services, KOCO workshops to address the structural inequities facing low-income and working families.
(773) 548-7500
950-0185Kids Off The block, Inc
Tutoring, mentoring, music, drama, sports, job skills, entrepreneurial training, conflict resolution and community engagement.
(773) 995-9077
950-0190Link & Options Center
A multi-faceted community bsed organization that empowers minds and links youth with options.
(708) 331-4880  
950-0200Matthew House (Chicago)
Provides homeless men, women and children with emergency day-time shelter.
(773) 536-3661
950-0220Muntu Dance Theatre
Performances and teaching of traditional and contemporary African dance and music.
(773) 602-1135
950-0225Napolean & Ada Moton Chapman Institute
Is organized to meet the educational and scientific needs of people of all ages, all creed and all colors, through self-help.
(630) 739-9660
950-0230National Black United Front
Social Actions and after school tutoring program.
(708) 389-9929
950-0240National Hook-Up of Black Women, Inc.
Provides direct assistance to women and children in education, scholarship and healthcare.
(773) 667-7061
950-0250Neopolitan Lighthouse
Comprehensive shelter and support for victims of domestic violence.
(773) 722-0006
950-0260Olive Branch Mission
Provides long-term total rehabilitation services for destitute men and women.
(773) 476-6200
950-0265Real Men Cook
Focused on community health, achievement of men and families, helping males succeed in life, and contributing to the communtiy we also sponsor Real Men Cook.
(773) 425-4113
950-0300Sankofa-Safe child Initiative
Provides supportive services that are trauma informed to preserve, stabilize reunify and keep families intact to move toward self-sustainability since 1999.
(773) 826-9520
950-0325South Side Community Arts Center
Provides gallery space for artists and serves as a resource for African American artists.
(773) 373-1026
950-0330The South Shore Drill Team
A prevention program fighting against gangs, drugs, high drop-out rates and teen pregnancy.
(773) 651-0220
950-0332South Shore Planning and Preservation Coalition
Help uplift, enpower and reviatlize the southeast side of Chicago through programs and initiatives for youth and adults to connect family, community and economic development.
(773) 647-2635
950-0335South Side Help Center
Emergency food, clothing, infant nutrition, health education and workshop.
(773) 445-5445
950-0340Totally Positive Productions, Inc
Provides after-school and weekend programs, entertainment workshops and free cultural and enrichment field trips and produces talent competitions and showcases.
(773) 488-9553
Foster a culture of health, by providing arts; programs that inspire behaviors beneficial to communities of color.
(773) 455-6500
950-0346Congo Square Theatre
Through open readings, workshops, commissions, and full productions, Congo Square works to develop the next generation of great writers.
(773) 296-1108
950-0347NAJWA Dance Corps
Performs dance styles and techniques of different eras reflective of the African American experience.  Inspiring, educating and entertaining audiences of all ages and cultural backgrounds.
(312) 850-7224