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    Community Kindness Inc.

    The nonprofit group Community Kindness Inc. operates a resale shop. The shop sells donated goods and uses money from sales to give cash grants to other nonprofit, charitable service organizations in St. Clair County. It also donates sweaters, socks and stuffed animals to residents of local nursing...

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    St. George’s/St. Mark Combined Food Pantry

    St. George’s/St. Mark Combined Food Pantry gives food once every 30 days to those families in need that live in the East Belleville area or in Shiloh with a zip code of 62221. Patrons need to bring a picture ID and proof of residence each time they wish to receive food.

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    Eagles Nest of St. Clair County

    Eagles Nest of St. Clair County aims to empower homeless military veterans to achieve their highest level of self sufficiency, economic independence and rejoin the community as productive members of society. The Joseph Center, a full-service living center in East St. Louis provides supportive housing...

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    Fontebella Maternity Shelter

    Fontebella Maternity Shelter in O’Fallon offers shelter for expectant mothers who find themselves alone or without safe choices for themselves and their unborn child.

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    Hope for Heroes

    Xi Chi Chapter of Epsilon Sigma Alpha’s Hope for Heroes Program is ramping up for the 2015 year by starting a collection drive for Super Bowl weekend, in addition to a sock collection for the troops.

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    PSOP

    Programs and Services for Older Persons provides direct and referral services to seniors and their families to help older persons maximize their health and independence.

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    CASA

    St. Clair County Court Appointed Special Advocates, or CASA, provides advocacy services to abused and neglected children as they make their way through an often complicated and frightening court system.

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    Catholic Urban Programs

    Catholic Urban Programs operates several programs in collaboration with the St. Vincent de Paul Society in the Catholic Diocese of Belleville to help alleviate the pain and suffering of the poor and elderly. Services include after-school programs for children, the Neighborhood Law Office and a food...

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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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