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  • C-U One-to-One is the school-based mentoring program of Urbana School District #116 and Champaign Unit 4 Schools. Mentors are matched with a 4th-7th grade student for a minimum of one year, with the expectation that mentors will continue for at least three years and hopefully through high school graduation. Mentors meet on school grounds during the school day. It is a relationship building, not tutoring program. The goal is to support student social, emotional, and academic growth.

  • School-based mentoring program of Champaign-Urbana public schools. One adult is matched with one child age third grade and older to meet once a week for an hour during the school day and on school grounds. A one year commitment is required. Mentors must submit an application and undergo a background check and fingerprinting paid for by the district. Matches are made and supported by building volunteer coordinators. Children are recommended by staff, parents or self-selected.

  • C-U SRTS Project encourages, supports and educates students on walking and bicycling to school in Champaign-Urbana, IL.

    We educate students, parents, and the community on pedestrian and bicycle safety through fun events such as bike rodeos (obstacle courses) as well as safety fairs and other events through out the community. Volunteers are always appreciated with prior notification.

  • CUVolunteer is dedicated to helping volunteer organizations and residents of the Champaign-Urbana area connect with each other. We host the CUVolunteer.org website and sponsor local volunteering events to encourage volunteerism in our local community.

  • The mission of Daily Bread Soup Kitchen is to feed the hungry of our community regardless of race, religion, or ethnicity. We welcome all volunteers to this service who share an unconditional positive regard for every human being. We provide a safe, respectful and inviting environment in an atmosphere of hope and dignity.

  • MISSION STATEMENT: To enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens.

     

  • The Douglass Community Center caters to the local community and near by schools. We run afterschool progras, sports for all ages, and special events. We strive to make a positive impact the local community and enrich the lives of Champaign residents.

  • DSC

    DSC serves approximately 1,200 children and adults with developmental disabilities, such as epilepsy, cerebral palsy, autism, cognitive disabilities, Down syndrome, or other conditions. Individuals seeking services may experience functional or environmental challenges that require extra support to live more independently. These challenges may include assistance in adequate daily living skills, adequate work skills, recognized social behaviors, or the ability to access community transportation.

  • The East Central Illinois Refugee Mutual Assistance Center (ECIRMAC, or "Refugee Center" for short) aids in the resettlement of refugees, immigrants, and political asyless in East Central Illinois. Among our services are interpretation and translation, work assistance, tutoring and socialization for school-aged children, help with the citizenship process, assistance obtaining material needs for new refugee and immigrant families, cultural preservation support, and community education.

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