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ReStore Item Curation and Research

Habitat for Humanity of Champaign County and ReStore is looking for a volunteer to help with curating and researching antique and unique items with the goal of selling them in the ReStore and via the online store. The Habitat ReStore receives a wide array of donations and this volunteer would be tasked with going through these items to find those that have potentially more collectible value and then researching the selected items for marketing and pricing purposes.

Bike at Illinois

Bike at Illinois is a University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign program to promote bicycling on campus and campus. Our goal is to create a bicycling culture at the university and encourage our students, faculty, staff, and community members to choose bicycling as the sustainable and active mode of transportation, so they lead a healthier life.

Introduction to Tutoring with Project READ

Project READ (parkland.edu/projectread) helps adults improve their skills in basic reading, basic math, or English as a second language. This program is made possible by volunteers who give their time to improve the quality of life for hundreds of people in our community. Tutors and learners meet regularly at the Champaign Public Library, The Urbana Free Library, Wesley Food Pantry, Champaign Unit 4 Schools, CU FAIR: Champaign Urbana Friends & Allies of Immigrants & Refugees, Rantoul Public Library, and many other public places in our community and throughout our region.

Introduction to Tutoring with Project READ

Project READ (parkland.edu/projectread) helps adults improve their skills in basic reading, basic math, or English as a second language. This program is made possible by volunteers who give their time to improve the quality of life for hundreds of people in our community. Tutors and learners meet regularly at the Champaign Public Library, The Urbana Free Library, Wesley Food Pantry, Champaign Unit 4 Schools, CU FAIR: Champaign Urbana Friends & Allies of Immigrants & Refugees, Rantoul Public Library, and many other public places in our community and throughout our region.

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