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Chicago Fun VolunteersWe make it easy and quick for volunteers to engage and help at a service event in your community every day of the year. You pick the event that fits your schedule by day and time. Do good while meeting nice people and having fun. No commitment require, instant sign up and totally free.
Chicago HOPES for KidsChicago HOPES provides educational programming that focuses on literacy for children living in homeless shelters across Chicago. We have after school programs, literacy mentors and parent partner programs.
Chicago House and Social Service AgencyThrough career counseling, mentorship, and training, the Employment Program at Chicago House and Social Service Agency helps individuals achieve greater self-sufficiency and productivity, ultimately leading to successful employment.
Chicago Humanities FestivalThe Chicago Humanities Festival's mission is to create opportunities for people of all ages to support, enjoy and explore the humanities.
Chicago Lawndale Amachi Mentoring ProgramChicago Lawndale Amachi Mentoring Program is a community based agency specializing in matching children in the North Lawndale area to caring, responsible and trustworthy adult mentors.
Chicago LightsTo provide hope and opportunity to our city’s children, youth, and adults who face the challenges of poverty. Through supportive relationships and diverse programs, we empower people to thrive academically, secure economic stability, lead healthy lives, and build community.
Chicago ScholarsChicago Scholars is transforming the leadership landscape of our city by resolving the fundamental barriers to success for academically driven, first generation college students from under-resourced communities.
Chicago South Side Mini Maker FaireThe 4th annual Maker Faire on the southwest side of Chicago, featuring makers of all ages and abilities.
Chicago Student Invention ConventionThe Chicago Student Invention Convention is a flexible curriculum focused on critical thinking, creativity, and innovation. It is supported by activities and lesson plans and culminates in a final competition of student built prototypes.
Chicago Teen Book ClubThis is an educational program using the dialogical method working with teenagers by an ALA-accredited holder of a Master of Library and Information science degree and Shimer College graduate in the Humanities and Social Sciences.