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  • Historical Society of Oak Park and River Forest
    The Historical Society of Oak Park and River Forest makes history accessible with a museum, family research materials, and walking tours. At the museum, visitors can explore a range of costumes, photographs, and artifacts that have been donated by local families. Permanent fixtures include an exhibit on local writer Edgar Rice Burroughs, the man behind Tarzan, featuring dozens of photographs, movie stills, and Tarzan toys. Those who want to see history come to life around them can check out one of the walking tours, which explore sights such as breath-taking stained glass and religious imagery around the neighborhood or the elegant estates of Oak Park, built in the Prairie School of Architecture style.
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    217 Home Avenue
    Oak Park, IL US
  • Aspire
    Aspire CoffeeWorks was born out of a partnership between Metropolis Coffee and Aspire, a nonprofit that helps children and adults with disabilities. Together, they create job training and employment opportunities at Metropolis's roasting facility on the North Side of Chicago for adults with developmental disabilities. Working side-by-side with the Metropolis staff, Aspire CoffeeWorks? employees help weigh and grind the coffee; package, label, and date batches of beans; prepare orders for shipping; and deliver the coffee to retail stores. 100% of the proceeds from each bag of Aspire CoffeeWorks? organic, fair-trade coffee benefits the organization's programs. One-pound bags of Aspire CoffeeWorks' beans come in roasts such as the sweet and velvety Aspire Bold ($12.95) or the big-bodied Dream Big Decaf ($13.95).
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    9901 Derby Ln
    Westchester, IL US
  • H-E-B
    Chicago Dance Institute incorporates dance into elementary-school curricula to teach creativity through music and movement. It uses dance as a catalyst to inspire children to work hard and develop confidence and methods for self-expression. During its two-week residency program, Chicago Dance Institute sends two professional dancers into elementary schools to teach dance to children in grades three–five for 45-minutes every day. The classes, set to music from a live pianist, percussionist, or guitar player, guide children in practicing steps and hand motions. The lessons also encourage students to engage in social interaction and improve empathy and conflict resolution skills. At the conclusion of the two-week program, the students get to perform for their peers during the day and for their parents and community members later that evening. See how Groupon helps you discover local causes and lend a helping hand at the Groupon Grassroots blog.
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    3936 North Central Avenue
    Chicago, IL US
  • Feeding America
    Every year, Feeding America supplies nutritious food to more than 37 million Americans, including 14 million children and 3 million seniors. The organization distributes the 3 billion pounds of food through an expansive network of more than 200 food banks and 61,000 agencies across the country. Grocery stores, government agencies, and individuals contribute funds and food, which Feeding America then transports to communities in need through member food banks, ensuring everyone in the area has access to meals. Feeding America also takes a leadership role on the local and national stage, advocating for efficient government programs that address the issue of food insecurity in communities nationwide. See how Groupon helps you discover local causes and lend a helping hand at the Groupon?Grassroots blog.
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    35 E Wacker Dr
    Chicago, IL US
  • Chicago Sales And Marketing
    Each woman enrolled in the program is trained as an artisan papermaker, hand-crafting invitations, stationery, and notecards from recycled office paper and reclaimed flower petals. During their WomanCraft experience, participants sharpen their job-interviewing skills, build a resume and cover letter, and gain up-to-date employment references for future career opportunities.
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    4115 West Ogden Avenue
    Chicago, IL US
  • Girls On The Run
    Girls on the Run Chicago (GOTRC) is one such group that's discovered the power of the run. The organization offers a 12-week, afterschool, 5k training program for eight- to 13-year-old girls from the Chicagoland area. Participating in the program helps these girls develop a stronger sense of identity, a greater acceptance of themselves, a healthier body image, and an understanding of what it means to be part of a team.
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    1643 N Milwaukee Ave
    Chicago, IL US

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