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Project Success

Where we empower youth & familes to achieve their highest potential!

About Us

21st Century

21st Century Community Learning  Centers are school or community-based out-of-school programs that  provide: homework assistance, tutoring,  Credit Recovery, & research-based, hands-on enrichment programs such as:  Crypto Club, Art in History, After School Universe, Video Editing/Special Effects & Production Classes, Robotics, Too Good for Drugs, Too Good for Violence, & Service Learning Projects.  Parent/family programs are also provided. Laura Lee Fellowship House, Georgetown-Ridge Farm & Westville High, South View Upper Elementary, & North Ridge Middle Schools serve as current sites.

*21st Century Programs are funded through the 

Illinois State Board of Education.

Teen REACH

Teen REACH (Responsibility, Education, Achievement, Caring & Hope) of Vermilion County is an out-of-school program available to youth ages 10-17 at Hoopeston Area Middle School, Kenneth D. Bailey Academy, Mary Miller Junior High, and Westville Junior High.    This program offers: Homework/Help Tutoring, Recreation/Sports, Arts & Cultural Activities, 

Life Skills Education, Parent/Family Events, & Service Learning Opportunities.  

*Teen REACH Programs are funded through the Illinois Department of Human Services.

Christmas Wish List

Whether you help through monetary donations, volunteering your time, or spreading our mission through word-of-mouth, thank you!  We couldn't accomplish our goals without the help of supporters like you.  Each Christmas, through the generous donations of area residents & businesses, we are able to ensure that children have clean, appropriate-sized clothes, shoes, & coats, personal hygiene items, stockings, and toys or educational games/activities.  Our team and the families we serve appreciate you!

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Project Success

917 N. Walnut Street, Suite 203, Danville, Illinois 61832, United States

(217) 446-3200

Hours

Monday - Thursday: 8am - 5pm

Friday - Sunday: Closed