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ACCL is an alliance of churches to provide the needy with emergency funds for lodging, rent, utilities, food and medicine, and transportation. Operation Soupline sells over 5,000 bowls of soup and dessert to the community and is the major fundraiser for ACCL.

Contact Garold and Mary Jane Burghart
(620) 431-2909

123 E. Main, Chanute The St. Patrick Bargain Store, though no longer affiliated with St. Patrick Catholic Church, continues its mission to provide donated clothing and household goods at a very affordable price for the community. Volunteers are needed. All proceeds from sales go to non-profit organizations in the community in ratio to the volunteer hours provided by that organization’s volunteers. The Bargain Store is the largest supporter of St. Patrick Catholic School.

320 S. Central, Chanute Birthline is a strong organization of volunteers trained to assist women challenged with an unplanned pregnancy. Equipped with fast and accurate pregnancy tests, assists new mother through community referrals, and provides basic necessities for the mother and the baby.

Contact Michael Horgan
(620) 431-1198

Tim Fairchild
(620) 433-7609

Cherry Street is open to all elementary age children in Chanute and operates from 3:00pm to 5:00pm on Monday through Thursday during the calendar school year.They also operate two months during the summer.There's no charge for a child to attend the center, but they must be properly registered by a parent or guardian.

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1531 S. Evergreen, Chanute “Creating a foundation for healthy and successful living.” Faith House provides emergency housing and services to those who are homeless in the area, and to promote their long-term success.

Contact Doug Wright
620-431-8766

Habitat for Humanity of Crawford County is a locally run affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International, a nonprofit, ecumenical Christian housing organization. Habitat for Humanity works in partnership with people in need to build and renovate decent, affordable housing. The houses then are sold to those in need at no profit and with no interest charged. Volunteers provide most of the labor, and individual and corporate donors provide money and materials to build Habitat houses. Partner families themselves invest hundreds of hours of labor - "sweat equity" - into building their homes and the homes of others. Their mortgage payments go into a revolving Fund for Humanity that is used to build more houses.

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Services for victims of sexual assault and domestic violence. 24 Hour Crisis Hotline—1-620-365-7566.

Contact Dorothy Sparks, Executive Director
Office: 8 N. Washington, Iola, KS  66749
Phone: 316-365-7655
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Website:  www.hope-unlimited.org

St. Patrick Catholic Church joins other local churches in providing an evening meal for senior citizens at the Otterbein Methodist Church in the Chanute.

Contact Garold Burghart
(620) 431-2909

Relay For Life is the signature fundraising event of the American Cancer Society.There are many components that make up a Relay For Life event, and there are many ways in which you can volunteer and participate in this special event.

Contact Sherri Watson
(620) 704-3706

Tri-Valley Developmental Services is committed to the ideal that people have the right to be active within their community. Our mission is to offer a wide range of choices, meeting individual needs, and providing opportunities for persons with disabilities to maximize their potential enabling them to achieve the quality of community life they seek.

Tri-Valley seeks to attain these goals by offering a person-centered array of services which wrap around the individual's needs and are personalized for each client. These services reflect the efforts to enable people with developmental disabilities to live, work, and learn in natural, inclusive settings, ideally in their own communities.

Contact Amy Banks
(620) 431-7401

The Chamber of Commerce exists to promote, attract and represent new and existing businesses.

Contact Linda Springer
(620) 433-2669

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