Your donation supports all the following agencies throughout the year! Local community leaders review program funding requests and recommend how to distribute dollars raised through the annual community campaigns.


Alternatives to Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Service, includes emergency shelter, self-help support, 24-hour hotline. Phone:815-673-1552 or 1-800-892-3375

Streator Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition

Includes all concerned citizens form every part of our community working together to reduce substance use among our youth through education and prevention. Phone: 815-674-2998

CASA Court Appointed Special Advocate

For abused and neglected children Phone: 815-434-2620 | Website:

The Center for Youth & Family Solution

Individual and family counseling, problem pregnancy program and adoption service. Phone: 815-223-4007

Girl Scouts of Central Illinois

Develops awareness and values, career guidance, camping & socialization and community activities. Phone: 1-800-777-1912 | Website

Red Cross

Service to military families, Bloodmobile – CPR, disaster program. Phone: 815-223-0960 | Website:

Salvation Army

Service extension unit, emergency assistance, commodities distribution and referral services. Phone: 815-672-2746

Streator Child Development Center

Provides quality child care services in a safe and nuturing environment that maximize a child’s potential and addresses their individual interests and needs. Serving children 6 weeks to 12 years. Phone: 815-672-4350

Streator Family Y

Focus on Youth, community-wide programs and recreation wellness center. Phone: 815-672-2148 | Website:

Streator Unlimited

Training of severely disabled & developmentally disabled, residential services, rehabilitation and job placement. Phone: 815-673-5574 | Website:

Youth Service Bureau of Illinois Valley

District counseling to youth and families, 24 hour crisis intervention and emergency shelter care. Phone: 815-433-3953

Illinois Brain Injury Clubhouse

Provides Services to Individuals Affected By Brain Injury, Including Strokes in the Illinois Valley.