Centro de Información empowers Hispanics with the ability to effectively integrate into our greater community through the facilitation of information, education, citizenship and well-being. It is a not-for-profit social services agency that provides bilingual advocacy at our locations in Elgin, Carpentersville, and Hanover Park for more than 15,000 immigrants every year. Centro serves mostly low-income, Hispanic immigrants residing in the greater Fox Valley area, but welcomes clients of any nationality from surrounding counties and states.
Originally founded in 1978 by four churches as a way to serve individuals and families faced with limited emergency needs, the organization has grown exponentially. Mission Lexington is the hub of care for Lexington County, assisting families and individuals with life essentials, resources, and guidance.
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Focus: HOPE is a nonprofit, civil and human rights organization in Detroit, Michigan that is dedicated to recognizing the dignity and beauty of every person by working toward intelligent and practical action to help overcome racism, poverty, and injustice. Focus: HOPE's areas of interest include early childhood education, job training and career programs, food/financial assistance/health services for low-income seniors to help meet their basic needs, and advocacy/equity/empowerment in the local community.