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The Immigration Project provides access to quality legal services in Central and Southern Illinois where there are estimated to be 100,000 immigrants residing. Due to the complexity of immigration law, we have found that access to quality legal services is essential to keeping families united, building strong communities, and protecting victims of crime.
A young organization based in the Park Avenue SDA Church, we are commited to helping the Champaign-Urbana community and sharing the love of Christ. Our ministries include visits to local nursing homes, handing out meals to low income areas, and partcipating in the Christmas Angel Tree program in December. We are always looking out for new ways to serve our community! Please contact us if you have suggestions or if you would like to volunteer or donate to our cause.
With your assistance, Three Spinners provides clothing, food, support, language training, and job preparation for refugee families being resettled in the U.S. After fleeing persecution or violence, refugees go through an 18-24 month screening process before arriving in our community. Since more than 50% of all refugees are children, these displaced families need help with their first steps.
a safe community.
a good education.
a place to call home.
We all want and need the same things, but we haven’t all had the same opportunities.
At Cunningham Children’s Home, a community converges to give hope to those who need it most.
Together, we’re changing lives.
Who knows how they will change ours?
Cunningham Children's Home is a safe place where children and adolescents with serious emotional and behavioral disabilities can heal, learn, and grow.
Roger Ebert's Film Festival, also known as Ebertfest, is held every April. Dates for the 2017 festival are April 19-23, 2017.
Founded in 1999 by the late Roger Ebert, University of Illinois Journalism graduate and Pulitzer Prize-winning film critic, Roger Ebert’s Film Festival (Ebertfest) celebrates films that haven’t received the recognition they deserved during their original runs. The festival gives these films and their filmmakers a well-deserved second look.