Volunteering, Charity, & Donation Opportunites

Volunteering Opportunities In Lemont

Organization
Email/Website
Phone
Purpose
American Cancer Society Relay for Life of Lemont - Homer Glen heidi.gonzalez@cancer.org
www.cancer.org www.relayforlife.org/northwillcountil/  
708-633-7771

ACS is the nationwide, community-based, voluntary health organization dedicated to eliminating cancer as a major health problem.
Bethany Open Pantry Fund bethanylmt@aol.com prelainasalmon@gmail.com
www.bethanylemont.org 
630-257-7953 To provide food for adults & children who live in the Lemont area who show financial hardship.
Boy Scout Troop 149 committeechair@troop149lemont.org  
Prepare young people (males 11-18) to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetimes by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Law.
Community Nutrition Network
(Meals on Wheels)
jowen@cnnssa.org
Cnnssa.org
630-257-0515 To provide nutritious lunches to homebound seniors and educational and nutritious lunches and activities to our Lemont Café seniors.
Cub Scout Pack 249 curtis.barndollar@gmail.com
630-308-2175 Youth organization for boys grades 1-5. Primary mission is to build character, learn citizenship and develop personal fitness as part of the overall Boy Scouts of America program.
Hope & Friendship Foundation - (not)INVINCIBLE terri@hopeandfriendshipfoundation.com
 www.hopeandfriendshipfoundation.com 
630-816-4972 Coalition was established to continue the efforts of planning and facilitating programs to stop the use of drugs/alcohol in our youth and prevent even one death from that decision.
Hope & Friendship Foundation terri@hopeandfriendshipfoundation.com/ www.hopeandfriendshipfoundation.com  630-816-4972 Hope and Friendship's mission is to meet financial, physical and emotional needs here in Lemont; from those that can to those that need engaging in outreaches throughout the year offering hands & feet to engage in meeting needs. A 501c3
Lemont Area Historical Society lemonthistorical@gmail.com/ www.lemonthistorical.org 630-257-2972 Bring people together to preserve the heritage, history and folklore of the Lemont area.
Lemont Artists Guild jlmcgloin@hotmail.com
www.lemontartistsguild.org
815-838-4693
815-341-1145
Provide education & art instruction to the community.
Lemont Center for the Arts bobmonaparry@hotmail.com www.lemontcenterforthearts.wordpress.com 630-243-7375 To enrich the cultural landscape of Lemont by fostering the production & appreciation of the arts.
Lemont Citizens Police Academy Alumni Association (LCPAAA) c/o Lemont P.D. bbgx2@aol.com 630-257-2229 Continue education and training regarding the profession of law enforcement, give service to the community and support employees of the LPD. 
Lemont Girl Scouts
briggs502@comcast.net Cathy Briggs
Girl Scouts of the USA is the world's largest organization focused on and dedicated to girls promoting building character and learning skills that empower and enable girls to succeed throughout their lives.It is with this overall mission that the Lemont Girl Scout Service Unit operates to serve girls in the Lemont, Illinois Community.

Lemont High School Educational Foundation

kurtkorte@hotmail.com
 www.lhs210.net

630-257-5177

Provide funding for grants requested by faculty and staff of LHS
Lemont Honor 22 VFW Post 5819 Ladies Auxiliary dikris@sbcglobal.net
 www.vfwlemont.com
630-257-3365 To provide aid to the VFW Post and to veterans and their families and to promote patriotism in the community.
Lemont Junior Woman's ClubLemont Junior Woman's Club black.shanna@yahoo.com www.lemontjuniorwomansclub.org 630-768-8558 Provides financial & volunteer support to educational, civic and philanthropic efforts that enrich lives of citizens of the Lemont community. 
Lemont Police Department Kops-N-Kids fluna@lemont.il.us
www.lemont.il.us
630-257-2229 To provide education to the families of Lemont about Police Services for local, county and state police by providing a fun free-day.
Lemont Township Community Center kathyhen58@att.net/
www.lemonttownship.org
630-257-2522 Community Garden, 113A grade school education trips to provide transportation - To develop an interpretation center for nature - in lobby of Community Center
Lemont Township Human Services LEAP Tutoring Program kathyhen58@att.net
www.lemonttownship.org
630-257-2522 After school tutoring for families who are at poverty level income - grades 1-8.
Lemont Township Medical Reserves Corps terri-oneill@lemonttownship.org www.lemonttownship.org 630-257-2522 x 13 To serve Lemont community first responders in assisting in natural, man-made, and health disasters.
Little Mountain Community Theatre Sandy57@rocketmail.com/ www.littlemountaintheatre.org 630-306-5838 Promotes literary/theatrical arts by educating participants to work alongside theatre educators and first industry professionals in a hands on approach. Engage audiences in theatrical programs, workshops and productions. Enrich community by offering opportunities to enjoy and participate in live theatre.
SS Cyril & Methodius SPRED rectory@stcyril.org 
www.stcyril.org
630-257-2776 A program of community outreach welcomes persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities to teach faith through a method which works inclusively from life toward parish worship.
St. Alphonsus SPRED Group calevas-stals@comcast.net
 www.spred.org
630-257-2414 Meet spiritual need of persons with developmental disabilities.
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Donation Opportunities In Lemont

Organization
Email/Website
Phone
Purpose
American Cancer Society Relay for Life of Lemont - Homer Glen heidi.gonzalez@cancer.org
www.cancer.org/ www.relayforlife.org/northwillcountil/
708-633-7771
(815-227-2345)
ACS is the nationwide, community-based, voluntary health organization dedicated to eliminating cancer as a major health problem.
Bethany Open Pantry Fund bethanylmt@aol.com prelainasalmon@gmail.com
www.bethanylemont.org 
630-257-7953 To provide food for adults & children who live in the Lemont area who show financial hardship.
Friends of the Lemont Public Library a.stout@att.net 630-257-6541 The Friends exist to promote the use of the library and to give supplemental funding to the library to help with projects.
Happy Hands United Methodist Preschool lemonthappyhands@sbcglobal.net www.lemonthappyhands.com 630-257-3112 Non-profit preschool educating 2-4 year olds
Hope & Friendship Foundation terri@hopeandfriendshipfoundation.com www.hopeandfriendshipfoundation.com  630-816-4972 Hope and Friendship's mission is to meet financial, physical and emotional needs here in Lemont; from those that can to those that need engaging in outreaches throughout the year offering hands & feet to engage in meeting needs. A 501c3
Lemont Area Historical Society lemonthistorical@gmail.com  www.lemonthistorical.org 630-257-2972 Bring people together to preserve the heritage, history and folklore of the Lemont area.
Lemont Christian Ministerial Association  N/A
michael.gudgel@gmail.com
630-257-5000 To unify local churches/parishes in the Lemont area. We are dedicated to meeting the spiritual and emergency needs of residents.
Lemont Firemen's Association
(Keepataw Parade)
mkasperski@lemontfire.com 630-257-2376 Sponsor of the annual Lemont Keepataw Parade
Lemont High School Dist 210 Project Graduation jaspel@lhs210.net 630-257-5838 To offer a fun, safe chemical-free evening the night of LHS graduation.
Lemont Honor 22 VFW Post 5819 Ladies Auxiliary dikris@sbcglobal.net
www.vfwlemont.com
630-257-3365 To provide aid to the VFW Post and to veterans and their families and to promote patriotism in the community.
Lemont Police Benevolent Assn. c/o Lemont P.D. jbuczyna@lemont.il.us 630-257-2229 X 2424 The Mission of the Lemont Police Benevolent Association (LPBA) is to raise funds for the use in times of tragedy, illness and need for the Employees of the Lemont Police Department and their families. The LPBA will also raise Funds to assist Employees children with scholarships if the employee sustains extreme or terminal disability. It shall be the goal of the LPBA to “foster a positive community image through community service and support of other local charities".
Lemont Police Department Drug Resistance Program (formerly known as D.A.R.E.) rmenzione@lemont.il.us
www.lemont.il.us 
630-257-2229 Instruct students on the dangers of drugs and violence.
Lemont Police Department Kops-N-Kids fluna@lemont.il.us
 www.lemont.il.us
630-257-2229 To provide education to the families of Lemont about Police Services for local, county and state police by providing a fun free-day.
Lemont Township Family Assistance Fund terri-oneill@lemonttownship.org www.lemonttownship.org 630-257-2522 Fund assists in crisis situations for those who live at or below the poverty level.
Lemont Township Community Center kathyhen58@att.net www.lemonttownship.org 630-257-2522 Community Garden, 113A grade school education trips to provide transportation - To develop an interpretation center for nature - in lobby of Community Center
Lemont Township Summer Lunch Voucher Fund terri-oneill@lemonttownship.org www.lemonttownship.org 630-257-2522 Summer lunch voucher fund will assist those families who are local poverty level with food assistance for kids lunches
Lemont United Methodist Church Open Pantry
lemontumc@gmail.com
www.lemontumc.org
630-257-5210 To help needy families in Lemont Township obtain food.
SS Cyril & Methodius
SPRED
rectory@stcyril.org 
www.stcyril.org
630-257-2776 A program of community outreach welcomes persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities to teach faith through a method which works inclusively from life toward parish worship.
The Jeff Anderson Children's Foundation thedukeandduchess@att.net 630-257-7929 To help local families during the holidays.
Tragedy to Triumph Foundation Dave Schury- Dave@FTTTF.org
www.FTTTF.org
630-408-2775 Our mission is to provide emotional support to burn survivors and their families.
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Membership Opportunities

Organization
Email/Website
Phone
Purpose
Boy Scout Troop 149 committeechair@troop149lemont.org 708-906-6856 Prepare young people (males 11-18) to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetimes by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Law.
Cub Scout Pack 249 curtis.barndollar@gmail.com
630-308-2175 Youth organization for boys grades 1-5. Primary mission is to build character, learn citizenship and develop personal fitness as part of the overall Boy Scouts of America program.
Lacrosse Club of Lemont c/o Lemont High School lacrossecluboflemont@gmail.com  www.lacrossecluboflemont.org N/A To provide Lemont High School students the opportunity to play lacrosse at the high school level and represent their school. Around since 2007. In 2012 formally organized and in 2014 received its 501c3 designation.
Lemont Area Historical Society lemonthistorical@gmail.com www.lemonthistorical.org 630-257-2972 Bring people together to preserve the heritage, history and folklore of the Lemont area.
Lemont Citizens Police Academy Alumni Association (LCPAAA) c/o Lemont P.D. bbgx2@aol.com 630-257-2229 Continue education and training regarding the profession of law enforcement, give service to the community and support employees of the LPD. 
Lemont Police Cadet (Explorer Post #449)  rkeane@lemont.il.us or
jlauricella@lemont.il.us
www.lemont.il.us
630-257-2229 The purpose of the Cadet Program is to provide young adults who may be interested in a career in law enforcement with a comprehensive program of training, competition, service and practical experiences. 
Lemont Girl Scouts  briggs502@comcast.net 630-244-7748 To help girls develop courage, confidence and character through self-discovery and community involvement.
Lemont High School Band Parents Association (LHSBPA) marieswick5@gmail.com
www.LemontBand.org
630-257-5177
Provide support to the band program at Lemont High School, funding programs for students that fall outside normal curriculum. 
Lemont Honor 22 VFW Post 5819 vfwlemont@sbcglobal.net
www.vfwlemont.com
630-257-9859 Veteran organization that assists veterans in need as well as local community organizations.
Lemont Junior Woman's Club black.shanna@yahoo.com
www.lemontjuniorwomansclub.org
630-768-8558 Provides financial & volunteer support to educational, civic and philanthropic efforts that enrich lives of citizens of the Lemont community. 
Lemont Juniorettes juniorettes@lemontjuniorwomansclub.org www.lemontjuniorwomansclub.org 630-247-3009 Provide community service through volunteerism, while promoting educational goals, leadership and social activities for young women ages 12-18 years.
Lemont Council 1599 Knights of Columbus ktm@ameritech.net 630-788-4800 To provide service and donations to church, youth activities and community activities.
Lemont Lions Club Pbnsusie@yahoo.com
www.lemontlions.org
847-987-4137 Provide assistance to the blind, deaf, diabetic and those in need in the Lemont Community.
Lemont Township Seniors Association N/A 630-257-0166 Luncheon, parties, bus trips, supplies
Rotary Club of Lemont - Homer Glen John Young, President
jyoung@lhs210.net
630-243-3210/ cell 630-542-1633 To connect service opportunities with needs of the community.
School District 113A Educational Foundation carolyncesarz@gmail.com
www.sd113afoundation.org
N/A To seek and provide financial and other resources to support education, innovation and enrichment in pursuit of academic excellence for SD 113A
Seniors & Law Enforcement Together (S.A.L.T.)
c/o Lemont PD
fluna@lemont.il.us
www.lemont.il.us 
630-257-2229 To bring the over 55 community together with Law Enforcement to educate them in ways to protect themselves and the community.
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