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Read to LearnThe District 214 Community Education Read to Learn Adult Literacy/Volunteer program offers free literacy tutoring to eligible adult learners at 13 sites in the northwest suburbs of Chicago.
Read/Write LibraryRead/Write Library collects, preserves and provides access to community media in order to inspire and promote diverse modes of creativity and culture. Through our public programs, free browsing hours and collection of 5,000+ publications, we strive to raise the visibility of all Chicagoans' stories.
Red Cross CropsRed Cross Corps and Disaster Action Team members are a group of specially trained volunteers responding to the scene of disasters when called upon any time of the day or night. After a disaster, volunteers provide families assistance for food, shelter, clothing, health services & emotional support.
Refugee & Immigrant Community ServicesRefugee and Immigrant Community Services is a refugee resettlement agency, resettling families primarily from Burma, Bhutan, and Iraq. We offer case management, ESL classes, and employment help for newly-arrived families.
RefugeeOneWe create opportunity for refugees fleeing war, terror, and persecution to build new lives of safety, dignity, and self-reliance.
Rescuing Leftover Cuisine ChicagoRescuing Leftover Cuisine is an organization that seeks to end the issues of food waste and food insecurity. Rescuing Leftover Cuisine partners with local restaurants who intend to throw away their perfectly usable food and brings their donations to homeless shelters and food banks.
ReStore ChicagoDid you know that there are more ways to build a house with Habitat for Humanity than on our construction site? Join us at our very own home improvement store, ReStore Chicago!
Rohingya Culture CenterThe center serves the needs of Rohingya refugees. It is open 6 days a week, ten hours a day. We have very small but dedicated staff who teach ESL, Quran, supervise homework help, do case work, and run a Mommy and Me class. Our volunteers represent all faiths.
SAFE (Shelter Assistance Foundation Encouragement)Shelter Assistance Foundation Encouragement is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization for young mothers who need help getting on their feet and staying there. One of SAFE’s many goals is to help mothers identify the obstacles preventing them from being independent.
Sanctuary HospiceSanctuary Hospice is not a place it is a belief that a person's last days should be filled with quality, personal care and dignity. Sanctuary Hospice is not an organization it consists of dedicated, caring people living and dying side by side as they walk out the last steps of life's journey.