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Goal: 25%
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Total Giving:
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Partner Agencies

Alzheimer’s Association, Illinois Chapter
614 West Glen, Peoria, 309/681-1100
Advocacy, education and support services.

American Red Cross – Central Illinois Chapter
311 W. John Gwynn Jr. Peoria, 309/677-7272
Health and safety education; emergency services for fires, storms and disasters; services to the armed forces.

Big Brothers Big Sisters, Heart of Illinois
1020 S. Matthew, Peoria, 309/637-1771
Mentoring programs for boys and girls.

Boy Scouts of America – W.D. Boyce Council
614 N.E. Madison, Peoria, 309/673-6136
Youth development and leadership programs.

Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Peoria, Inc.
806 E. Kansas, Peoria, 309/685-6007
Youth programs including tutoring and mentoring; family services.

G.W. Carver Association, Inc.
710 W. Percy Baker Jr. Ave., Peoria, 309/839-0722
Programs for youth, adults and seniors.

CASA of Peoria County
324 Main St., Peoria, (309) 669-2939
Legal services for abused or neglected children.

The Center for Prevention of Abuse
720 Joan Court, Peoria, 309/691-0551
Anti-bullying education; shelter, counseling and education for women, families and seniors dealing with physical and emotional abuse; court advocacy.

Center for Youth and Family Solutions
2610 W. Richwoods Blvd., Peoria, (309) 323-6600
Family counseling and mental health education; senior in-home counseling and support services.

Central Illinois FRIENDS of PWA, Inc.
120 NE Glen Oak, Ste 201, Peoria, 309/671-2144
Education, testing and treatment referrals to reduce the rates of STIs, HIV/AIDS and teen pregnancy in at-risk populations.

Children’s Home Association of Illinois
2130 N. Knoxville, Peoria, 309/685-1047
Educational, community-based programs for youth and families.

Common Place
514 S. Shelley, Peoria, 309/674-3315
Youth and adult learning programs.

Community Workshop and Training Center, Inc.
3215 N. University, Peoria, 309/686-3300
Specialized employment, vocational training and residential support.

Crittenton Centers
442 W. John Gwynn Jr., Peoria, 309/674-0105
Child development, crisis nursery and family support services.

Dream Center Peoria
714 Hamilton Blvd, Peoria, 309/676-3000
Basic needs, youth development and community outreach for families.

Easterseals Central Illinois
507 E. Armstrong, Peoria, 309/686-1177
Programs for children with developmental delays, disabilities and autism.

EP!C
1913 W. Townline, Peoria, 309/691-3800
Residential, employment, life-skills education and early intervention for people with disabilities.

FamilyCore
330 S.W. Washington, Peoria, 309/676-2400
After school and summer programs for youth; family life-skills and counseling services.

Freedom House
440 Elm Place, Princeton, 815/872-0087
Services for victims of domestic and sexual violence.

Girl Scouts of Central Illinois
1103 W. Lake, Peoria, 309/688-8671
Youth development and leadership programs.

Goodwill Industries of Central Illinois, Inc.
2319 E. War Memorial, Peoria, 309/682-1113
Employment, training and rehabilitation; services for veterans; youth mentoring.

Greater Peoria Family YMCA
7000 N. Fleming, Peoria, 309/692-7631
Youth and adult fitness programs, mentoring and after school programs.

Habitat for Humanity, Greater Peoria Area
931 N. Douglas, Peoria, 309/676-6729
Affordable housing programs.

Heartland Health Services
2214 N. University, Peoria, 309/680-7600
Low-cost health services.

The Hult Center for Healthy Living, Inc.
5215 N. Knoxville, Peoria, 309/692-6650
Health education services for youth and adults.

Human Service Center
228 N.E. Jefferson, Peoria, 309/671-8000
Mental health and substance abuse treatment.

Illinois Valley Center for Independent Living
18 Gunia, LaSalle, 815/224-3126
Advocacy and services for persons with disabilities.

Junior Achievement of Central Illinois
508 High Point Lane, East Peoria, 309/682-1800
Grade school and high school programs for work-readiness, entrepreneurship and financial literacy skills.

Lutheran Social Services of Illinois
3000 W. Rohmann, West Peoria, 309/671-0300
Services for single parents, families and seniors.

Midwest Food Bank
9005 N Industrial Rd, Peoria, 309/691-5270
Fights food insecurity through distribution of food to food pantries, soup kitchens, shelters, and more.

Neighborhood House Association
1020 S. Matthew, Peoria, 309/674-1131
Child care, after school programs, senior programs and home delivered meals.

OSF HealthCare Children’s Hospital of Illinois
530 N.E. Glen Oak, Peoria, 309/655-7171
Medical, behavioral health and cystic fibrosis services.

Pearce Community Center
610 W. Cedar, Chillicothe, 309/274-4209
Health education and athletic programs.

Peoria Friendship House of Christian Service
800 N.E. Madison, Peoria, 309/671-5200
Youth and adult programs, emergency services and employment programs.

Peoria Promise
1718 Sterling Ave., Peoria, 309/999-4022
Provides funding to eligible high school graduates living in the City of Peoria to pursue a college or vocational program.

Planned Parenthood Heart of Illinois
2709 N. Knoxville Avenue, Peoria 309/681-0350
Health services and community education.

Prairie State Legal Services, Inc.
331 Fulton, Suite 600, Peoria, 309/674-9831
Legal services (civil) for low income individuals, families and seniors.

Saint Francis Community Clinic
320 E. Armstrong, Peoria, 309/624-9690
Health services for low-income individuals.

The Salvation Army
401 N.E. Adams, Peoria, 309/655-7220
Child care and youth programs; emergency shelter, support and disaster services.

South Side Office of Concern
202 N.E. Madison, Peoria, 309/674-7310
Employment and residential services for special populations.

Tazewell County Resource Centers, Inc.
21310 IL Rt. 9, Tremont, 309/347-7148
Employment and housing for people with disabilities; services for the visually impaired (Sight Center, 309-291-0573).

Tazwood Center for Wellness
3248 Vandever Ave., Pekin, 309/347-5522
Behavioral health treatment, addiction services, crisis response, school-based early intervention and peer support

Tri-County (Peoria) Urban League, Inc.
317 S. MacArthur, Peoria, 309/673-7474
Child care and youth programs; adult education programs and parenting skills; employment services.

We Care, Inc.
622 W. Jackson, Morton, 309/263-1015
Special transportation, home delivered meals and food pantry.

Youth Service Bureau of Illinois Valley
424 W. Madison St., Ottawa, 815/431-3000
Child care, after school, family and community programs.

YWCA of Pekin
315 Buena Vista Ave., Pekin, 309/347-2104
Fitness, child care, adult literacy, health and community services

Plus, Henry Community Emergency Ambulance Services and Lacon-Sparland Emergency Ambulance Services