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Serve Our Community

Join us in loving our neighbors by providing for our neighbors.

Support Local Ministries

Midwest Food Bank

Midwest Food Bank is structured to provide service opportunities and operate through the work of volunteers like you. Opportunities include collecting, sorting, packing, and distributing food and disaster relief donations.

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The Forgotten Initiative

TFI helps you support the foster care community. Get involved today and start meeting needs right in your own backyard.

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Catalyst Ministries

Catalyst Ministries works to fight against human trafficking locally and around the globe. Get involved today to help raise awareness, rescue, and restore.

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Home Sweet Home Ministries

HSHM provides case management and other supportive services to the homeless such as shelter, hot meals, access to clothing and toiletries, and job training. Their goal is to help people find independence, restore their hope and share the love of Jesus Christ with them.

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Children’s Advocacy Center

CASA promotes and protects the best interests of children who have been abused and neglected by providing well-trained volunteers to advocate for these children through a trauma focused lens until a safe and permanent home is secured for them.

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Faith In Action

Faith in Action offers flexible, rewarding ways to help seniors in our community, allowing them to stay active, independent, and in their own homes.

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AMBUCS

Cornbelt AMBUCS builds wheelchair ramps for people with disabilities.

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Center For Hope

Center For Hope takes a balanced approach to caring for communities.They focus on both the spiritual and natural needs of men, women, and children.

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Project Oz

Project Oz provides counseling, education and career planning, student support services, safety planning, and healthy living strategies to students and families in Unit 5 and District 87.

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Recycling Furniture for Families

RF4F collaborates with over 30 local social service agencies and churches who are working with families in need throughout McLean County. These qualifying families fall into at least one of the following categories:

  • Persons fleeing domestic violence
  • Persons coming out of homelessness
  • Persons living with incomes at or below the federal poverty guidelines.

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Western Avenue Community Center

Through youth programs, interpretation services, and more, the Western Avenue Community Center serves those in need by opening doors of hope and love through faith in Jesus Christ.

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Big Brothers Big Sisters

Big Brothers Big Sisters provides mentoring in two ways: Community-based mentoring, where the mentor and child meet outside of school hours, as well as site-based, where mentors visit with their child once weekly during the school day.

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Boys & Girls Club

The Boys & Girls Club of Bloomington-Normal is a youth empowerment organization that provides both summer and after-school programming and activities to those who need it most.

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Compass Closet

Provide clothes for children in foster care.

Family Visitations

Support others using our space.

Facilities

Keep our building clean inside and out.