Giving

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    Big Brothers Big Sister

    Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southwestern Illinois provides one-to-one mentoring services to more than 600 youth facing adversity in St. Clair, Madison, Clinton and Monroe counties.

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    Illinois Center for Autism

    The Illinois Center for Autism aims to educate and serve children and adults with autism to help them achieve their highest level of independence in their home, school and community. The center is the only one of its kind in southern Illinois.

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    O’Fallon Community Food Pantry

    The O’Fallon Community Food Pantry is a year-round effort helping residents of the 62269 zip code since 1992.

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    Linc Inc.

    Linc Inc. assists those living with disabilities, including helping them to live independently. The organization also trains personal assistants for those with disabilities and is beginning a peer-mentor program.

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    Metro East Humane Society

    The Metro East Humane Society serves five counties and offers an adoption program for homeless animals. It also has the only licensed animal abuse/neglect investigator in the area.

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    Peter’s Place

    Peter’s Place is a Christ-centered ministry aimed at providing free long-term residential support for men ages 18 - 28 who struggle with substance abuse and/or mental illness. It aims to offer refuge, hope and transformation through the power and grace of Jesus Christ.

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    S.A.V.E.

    St. Clair Associated Vocational Enterprises has been helping adults with developmental disabilities become more independent in self-care and daily living skills for more than 40 years.

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    Christian Activity Center

    The Christian Activity Center in East St. Louis offers a safe place for children to study and participate in activities. It is paid for through mostly donations.

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    Cahokia Community Basket

    Cahokia Community Basket is a nonprofit food pantry that feeds more than 300 families per week in St. Clair County.

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    The Karla Smith Foundation

    The Karla Smith Foundation supports families affected by mental illness or suicide. The nonprofit organization offers support groups, conferences, workshops and private consultations.

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