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Alliance Francise of DuPage County Illinois
Social club for French-speaking friends in Chicago's western suburbs. Activities include lectures, films, cafe conversations, and book discussions. All levels of French are welcome.
Bridge Communities
A grassroots, non-profit organization that provides transitional housing and programs to assist homeless families throughout the county. Includes details of its programs, participating apartment locations, and contact details. Offices in Glen Ellyn.
CASA of Dupage County
Recruits, trains and supports volunteer citizen advocates to effectively speak to the best interests of abused, neglected and dependent children in juvenile and family court system. How to volunteer, events, and contacts.
Delightful Dining
A club for single professionals to meet others through dining and dances.
DuPage County Area Project, Inc.
Private, non-profit organization that assists community groups in preventing juvenile delinquency by empowering the community. Organization and project overviews, news, and contact information. Based in Glendale Heights.
The Dupage Foundation
A grantmaking foundation created in 1986 to benefit the people of DuPage County.
DuPage P.A.D.S., Inc.
Works to end and prevent homelessness in DuPage county by providing overnight, transitional and permanent housing solutions, support services and community action.
DuPage Senior Citizens Council
The council initiates, delivers, monitors and coordinates services that promote the ability of older persons to live their lives in dignity. Some services include: home delivered meal program, a minor home repair program, and a chore day program.
Easter Seals DuPage
Provides services and support for children and adults with disabilities. Includes resources, services, volunteer and job opportunities.
NAMI of DuPage County, IL
A grass roots, self-help, support and advocacy organization that protects the rights of the mentally ill and their families, and promotes and provides for their welfare through research, education, advocacy, and support.
Peoples Resource Center (PRC)
Provides basic needs services and access programs to break the cycle of poverty for county residents.
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