It’s Time to Give

Not only is the work of a Not-for-Profit (NFP) critically important to under-served causes, their struggle to be finically viable is also very real when working on-behalf of a PURPOSE over a profit.  We featured just a couple handfuls of amazing NFPs and the work they are doing for our community in November – and, we couldn’t leave anyone out. 

Our tremendous list of 109Not-for-Profit Chamber Member organizations gives you the opportunity to look longer into the mission of an organization, understand more about their needs, and find ways to give that serve you best.  (please note, the list is not alphabetical and we encourage you to read to the bottom).

  1. 360 Youth Services:
  2. Naperville Public Library 95th Street Library:
  3. A Roof Over Your Head:
  4. A.D.O.P.T. Pet Shelter:
  5. Alive Center:
  6. Alzheimer’s Association Illinois Chapter:
  7. American Diabetes Association – Illinois:
  8. American Legion Naperville Post 43:
  9. Benedictine University:
  10. Better Business Bureau of Chicago & Northern Illinois:
  11. Bridge Communities, Inc.:
  12. BrightSide Theatre:
  13. Career & Networking Center:
  14. Career Vision:
  15. CASA of DuPage County:
  16. CASA of Will County:
  17. Catholic Charities, Diocese of Joliet:
  18. Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce:
  19. The Center for Enriched Living:
  20. Naperville Century Walk:
  21. Community Christian Church:
  22. The Compass Church South Naperville Campus:
  23. The Conservation Foundation:
  24. Danada House:
  25. Delta Dental of Illinois:
  26. Downtown Naperville:
  27. DuPage Children’s Museum:
  28. DuPage Foundation:
  29. DuPage Habitat for Humanity:
  30. DuPage Symphony Orchestra:
  31. DuPage Pads:
  32. Easterseals DuPage & Fox Valley:
  33. Exchange Club of Naperville:
  34. Family Shelter Service of Metropolitan Family Services DuPage:
  35. Forest Preserve District of DuPage County:
  36. Fox Valley Hands of Hope:
  37. Galaxy Soccer Club:
  38. Gateway Foundation Alcohol & Drug Treatment:
  39. Gift of Hope Organ & Tissue Donor Network:
  40. GiGi’s Playhouse Fox Valley:
  41. Giving DuPage:
  42. AmazingGoodwill:
  43. Hobson School:
  44. Illinois BIS:
  45. Illinois Credit Union League:
  46. Illinois Health and Hospital Association:
  47. Inside Out Club:
  48. VFW of Naperville:
  49. KidsMatter:
  50. Leadz Naperville:
  51. Little Friends:
  52. Loaves & Fishes Community Services:
  53. Marmion Academy:
  54. Metropolitan Family Services-Dupage:
  55. Moose Charities:
  56. Muscular Dystrophy Association:
  57. NAMI DuPage:
  58. Naper Settlement:
  59. Naper Blvd Library:
  60. Naperville Area Humane Society:
  61. Naperville Art League:
  62. Naperville Community Television (NCTV17):
  63. Naperville Education Foundation:
  64. Martin Avenue Apartments:
  65. Naperville Heritage Society:
  66. Naperville Jaycees:
  67. Naperville Junior Women’s Club:
  68. Naperville Newcomers and Neighbors Club:
  69. Naperville Park District:
  70. Naperville Parks Foundation:
  71. Naperville Public Library:
  72. Naperville Responds For Veterans:
  73. Naperville Township Republican Organization:
  74. Naperville Woman’s Club:
  75. Nichols Library:
  76. Kroehler Family YMCA:
  77. Fry Family YMCA:
  78. YMCA Safe ‘N Sound:
  79. North Central College:
  80. Marianjoy:
  81. Parents Alliance Employment Project:
  82. Project Help DuPage:
  83. Riverwalk Adult Day Services:
  84. RMHC Chicago and Northwest Indiana:
  85. Rosecrance:
  86. Naperville Sunrise Rotary:
  87. The Naperville Rotary – Noon at Meson Sabika:
  88. Saints Peter and Paul New Evangelization:
  89. SamaraCare Counseling:
  90. Science of Spirituality (Lisle, IL):
  91. SCORE Mentors (Fox Valley):
  92. Ride Assist Naperville:
  93. St. Margaret Mary Men’s Club:
  94. St. Patrick’s Residence:
  95. Tears In Heaven:
  96. Teen Parent Connection:
  97. Naperville Safety Town:
  98. Tabor Hills Supportive Living Community:
  99. The Avery Coonley School:
  100. The Driskill Foundation:
  101. The FUSIoN Project:
  102. Three Fires Council, Boy Scouts of America:
  103. Thrivent:
  104. Turning Pointe Autism Foundation:
  105. Villa St. Benedict:
  106. West Suburban Community Pantry:
  107. Western DuPage Special Recreation Association (WDSRA):
  108. Wheaton Park District:
  109. Xilin Association:

Regardless of the way you choose to support an NFP, it matters.  And, we thank you.

If you and NFP and would like to gain additional exposure for your organization – we are a great resource with many avenues to bring your mission to the public.  Contact our team to get you enrolled in a program that works for your cause.

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