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  • Big Brothers Big Sisters is the oldest, largest one-to-one mentoring organization in the United States with over 100 successful years of mentoring children. The mission of Big Brothers Big Sisters is to make a positive difference in the lives of children and youth through professionally-supported one-to-one mentoring relationships with caring adults in the local community. Our goals are to help children avoid delinquent behaviors while succeeding in school.

  • 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.

  • An elementary school in Champaign, and on a bus route. Is in need of volunteer classroom tutors in K-5th grades throughout the school day 9-3. Please contact for more information.

  • The Bottom Line Diaper Bank is organized for charitable purposes in order to serve Champaign, Urbana, Rantoul and the surrounding communities of Champaign County, Illinois. Its mission is to raise awareness in the community around the issue of diaper need for the underserved. The purpose of the organization is to (1) raise awareness for diaper need in the community through marketing in the media - television, radio, print, online, presentation and festival, etc. (2) Translate raised awareness to community engagement focused on the collection of diapers to support those in need.

  • The Illinois Campaign for Better Health Care is a grassroots coalition of more than 300 local and statewide organizations representing consumers, health care workers and providers, community organizations, seniors, religious, labor, disability rights organizations and other citizens concerned about health care and wellness.

  • Nestled on the banks of Lake Mattoon in central Illinois, developmentally disabled children and adults have been enjoying the myriad of activities at Camp New Hope since 1974. We are Illinois' premiere facility for recreational programs for special needs individuals, offering several programs that bring fun, adventure, companionship, and activity to people of all ages with various disabilities.

  • Sharing the love of God by helping those in need by providing basic food, clothing and other information 3 evenings a week. We take out the Salvation Army disaster relief (canteen) truck to several areas around the community, passing out food, water clothing, helpful information, along with hope and love to those in need in C-U. Please go to our website listed and press on the Volunteer tab. There will be a description of us and a link, click on that and it will take you to our calendar and then you can put your name in whatever day and date would work for you.

  • The Carle Auxiliary is dedicated to serving Carle patients and staff in both physical and financial ways, promoting healthcare careers through scholarships and being actively involved in our community.  To this end, we support Carle's mission.

  • Volunteers at Carle provide an invaluable service to patients and their families, as well as staff, by assisting in over 50 departments and business units within the organization. The Carle Auxiliary, College and Community Volunteer Programs contribute over 130,000 hours annually to the organization in both clinical and clerical settings. By participating in this volunteer program, you would become part of the Carle team, a group dedicated to serving our patients and community through high quality care, medical research and education.

  • Volunteers Wanted!! Carle Hospice is looking for Compassionate individuals to help serve our community of hospice patients and their families, within the surrounding counties. Livingston, Iroquois, Ford, McLean, De Witt, Champaign, Vermillion, Douglas, Macon, Piatt, Moultrie, Coles, Shelby, Cumberland, Clark, Effingham, Jasper, Crawford and Edgar county. Our Hospice families are looking for someone who is willing to give respite care, and companionship.