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ALSAC/St. Jude Children's Research HospitalALSAC is the sole fundraising and awareness organization for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, and its mission is to raise the funds and awareness necessary to operate and maintain the hospital. ALSAC is responsible for raising 75% of the funds necessary to operate St. Jude.
American Blues TheaterAMERICAN BLUES THEATER is a premier arts organization with an intimate environment that patrons, artists, and all Chicagoans call home. American Blues Theater explores the American identity through the plays it produces and communities it serves.
American Brain Tumor AssociationThe American Brain Tumor Association was founded in 1973 and is the first and only national advocacy organization committed to funding brain tumor research and providing information and education on all tumor types and all age groups.
American Diabetes Association ChicagoThe American Diabetes Association's mission is to prevent and cure diabetes and to improve the lives of all people affected by diabetes. We fund research, advocacy, education and youth programs to help all those who suffer from diabetes.
American Diabetes Association-ChicagoNon-profit organization dedicated to prevent and cure Diabetes and to improve the lives of all people affected by Diabetes
American Indian Association of IllinoisPrograms of AIAI include tutoring, college preparation, college course offerings, advising and scholarship resources, for all ages. AIAI houses the Chicago American Indian Museum and the Black Hawk Performance Company. AIAI is also a national advocacy group for urban American Indians.
American Lung Association ChicagoThe American Lung Association is leading the way in helping all Americans breathe easier. Thanks to our donors, volunteers, program and event participants, and staff, we are America’s trusted source for lung health education, lung disease research, support, programs, services and advocacy.
America SCORES ChicagoAmerica SCORES partners with CPS schools to engage low-income urban youth with innovative after-school programming which builds teams through a unique combination of soccer, poetry, and service learning. Our holistic approach improves students' health, academic achievement, and civic engagement.
AmeriCorps Project YES!AmeriCorps Project YES!, a program of the Northwestern University Settlement House, connects caring adults with youth in the West Town community through mentorship, educational, service, artistic, and recreational activities to support their academic achievement.
Anixter CenterThe Jack Ehrlich Literacy Program, matches individual volunteer tutors with an adult learners who have a documented disability. We require a minimum commitment of one hour per week for three months, though many of our volunteers and their students have been working together for much, much longer.