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  • OSF Health Care Heart of Mary Medical Center is a 210-bed comprehensive medical facility with a rich history in the Champaign-Urbana community. OSF HealthCare offers many challenging and interesting volunteer opportunities for individuals interested in working in patient care or non-patient care areas. We are developing a number of ways to empower our patients to care for themselves more effectively through avenues like virtual care or at-home diagnostics.

  • PACE offers services to all persons who have disabilities in its five county service area: Champaign, Douglas, Edar, Piatt and Vermilion. We also offer services to the family and friends of individuals experiencing disabilities. PACE also will provide referral services to persons not living within the five county service area.

  • We are a group of people motivated to educate and engage the community in business and provide the necessary tools for financial success!

  • The Patient Innovation Center (PIC) is the largest healthcare navigator organization in the state of Illinois, reaching over 2 million consumers throughout the state. Through the management of over 48 Navigator Assistance Centers and over 40 field personnel, the PIC team has helped hundreds of thousands of consumers acquire health coverage and provided them with empowering education to enable appropriate utilization of plan benefits. 

  • Life is calling. How far will you go? The Peace Corps is a life-defining international volunteer service opportunity. We send qualified U.S. citizens overseas for 27 months to work on sustainable development projects in emerging economies.

  • Peace Meal Senior Nutrition Program provides more than 1,600 meals a day throughout a 14-county region in Illinois. The meals contain one-third of the daily adult nutritional requirements and are served in congregate settings or home delivered.

    Established in 1974, Peace Meal improves the nutritional status of older adults through the provision of meals, nutrition assessment, nutrition education, food safety instruction and information about other community services.

    Anyone age 60 or older, with spouse regardless of age, is eligible to participate in Peace Meal.

  • PechaKucha is a night of storytelling held globally in most major cities. Artists, designers, engineers, hobbyists, and all kinds of community members take the stage to talk about what makes them tick in presentations just 20 slides x 20 seconds long (exactly 6'40"). The Champaign-Urbana official chapter host 3-4 events per year, all planned by a volunteer board of designers and enthusiasts. Join us!

  • Fraternity on campus

  • Join us for a day of family safety education, including games, entertainment, child identification kits, prizes, inflatables and more:

    Saturday, May 20, 2017
    9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.
    Leonhard Recreation Center
    2307 Sangamon Dr, Champaign

    Playing It Safe, a free annual safety fair sponsored by Carle and Safe Kids Champaign County, features nearly 50 activities and exhibits that focus on safety awareness for the entire family.

  • We are pledges that are looking to volunteer and help around the Champaign-Urbana community for our service hours. We are willing to volunteer anywhere that we can.