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Climate CycleInspires students to green our world by funding solar panel installations and eco projects in schools. We do this through an annual fundraising bike ride called the Ride to Recharge.
Climate Cycle: Ride to RechargeWhat’s stopping you from taking to the bike paths to promote the clean energy movement? The 4th annual Ride to Recharge bike-a-thon will include music, food and awards for top fundraising teams. Closing ceremonies coincide with a lunch provided to riders and will feature a raffle.
Common ThreadsWe teach low-income children to cook wholesome and affordable meals because we believe that through our hands-on cooking classes we can help prevent childhood obesity and reverse the trend of generations of non-cookers, while celebrating our cultural differences.
Community Counseling Centers of Chicago (C4)A leading provider of clinical services, C4 is recognized as a compassionate and innovative community mental health agency, sensitive to the diverse racial and ethnic populations it serves. C4 includes 5 facilities that provide a range of mental health, substance use and family counseling services.
CommunityHealthCommunityHealth is Illinois' largest volunteer-based free health center serving the uninsured. There are two chicago-based locations - West Town (2611 W. Chicago Ave.) and Englewood (641 W. 63rd St.).
Community TV NetworkCommunity Television Network is a non-profit organization that works to keep at-risk youth in schools by engaging them in the media conversation. We work at our Youth Media Center and at 21 satellite locations in Chicago to give youth the opportunity to create award winning videos about their world.
Corazon a CorazonCorazón a Corazón is a non-profit organization that serves the Latino community in Southeast Chicago. We offer one-on-one ESL tutoring, an After-School program, and Computer Literacy classes, all of which are volunteer based.
Cornerstone Community OutreachProviding for the needs of the poor and homeless in Chicago.
Cystic Fibrosis FoundationWe are the leading organization committed to finding new therapies and ultimately a cure for cystic fibrosis, and to improving the lives of those with the disease.
Daniel J. Nellum Youth Services, Inc.Daniel J. Nellum Youth Services, Inc. is a 17 year old non-profit located in the New City Community. We currently are contracted and licensed by DCFS to operate a temporary residential placement for male wards, aged 14-21. We are developing programs for the community to further our mission.