Each year, APR-USA  receives hundreds of requests for charitable support from a wide range of community organizations. Although the number of incoming requests has made appropriating the funds more challenging, APR-USA does its best to contribute to as many of these organizations as possible.

At APR-USA, we make it a priority to contribute to a wide range of charitable programs and events in the communities where our company does business and our coworkers live and work. Some highlights of the programs and organizations APR-USA supports are:

The Center for Enriched Living (CEL)

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  1. BulletNonprofit agency for children and adults with developmental disabilities such as mental retardation. Members range in age from 10 to 80 and come from throughout the Chicago metropolitan area. CEL offers after-school, evening and weekend programs for social enrichment and skill development.

The Greater Chicago Food Depository

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  1. BulletOne of the largest nonprofit food distribution centers in the United States, feeding more than 310,000 hungry children and adults in Cook County, Illinois annually. The Depository is committed to efficiently distributing donated and purchased food through qualified agencies such as soup kitchens, shelters and pantries.

Children’s Miracle Network

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  1. BulletA non-profit organization dedicated to saving and improving the lives of children by raising funds for children's hospitals across North America and Canada. The 170 hospitals they support are available 24-hours a day to help kids of every age and background overcome every imaginable disease and injury, regardless of a family's ability to pay.

Operation Homefront

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  1. BulletProvides emergency assistance and morale to our U.S. troops, the families they leave behind, and to wounded warriors when they return home. A nonprofit 501(c)3 organization founded after September 11, Operation Homefront leads more than 2500 volunteers in 26 chapters nationwide. Since its inception, Operation Homefront has provided critical assistance to more than 40,000 military families in need.

Big Brothers Big Sisters

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  1. BulletHelps children reach their potential through professionally supported, one-to-one relationships with mentors that have a measurable impact on youth.

Junior Achievement

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  1. BulletJA’s purpose has been to educate and inspire young people to value free enterprise and understand business and economics to improve the quality of their lives.

Hispanic Heritage Organization

  1. BulletThis nonprofit organization was created to enhance educational and cultural awareness for Hispanic and non-Hispanics in Illinois. This organization hosts the opening event for Hispanic Heritage Month to showcase the contributions of the Hispanic community and their heritage. The Hispanic Heritage Organization was the first organization to spearhead this event in Illinois and to bring focus on the rich heritage of the Hispanic/Latino people.

I.C. Stars

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  1. BulletProvides inner-city youth with opportunities to harness the strength of technology for social and economic leadership. By integrating technology training and leadership development, I. C. Stars is helping shape the next generation of technology leaders.


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  1. BulletA program designed to reduce the widening gender gap and increase exposure to and interest in technology for girls, ages 9-14. Designed to broaden girls’ knowledge of and interest in math, science and technology, the girls gain confidence using technology tools in whatever profession they pursue. The long-range goal of TechGYRLS® is to increase the number of girls who choose technical, math or science careers.


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