Could I keep the interest and control 25-30 k-2nd graders or 25-30 3rd-5th graders? My anxious mind envisioned chaos. I took care to select a shirt that would not reveal the perspiration my deodorant struggled to hide.
Check out our 2016-17 Inside Out Club impact video! Learn more about the Inside Out Club and how you can get involved!
Making fleece blankets and “Hope” cards to comfort the sick teaches kids empathy, kindness and so much more. On Thursday, March 23rd, the students participating in the Inside Out Club at Elmwood Elementary took part in a lesson focused on...
Let's celebrate and amazing 2016! Our fourth year in existence was a very significant year for I Support Community and included successes on all fronts.
We need more of this in the world. This story will warm your heart.
Our 2016 5K Run / Walk was a huge success. Fun was had by all on this beautiful day that raised funds to support our mission of developing children with character inside and out!
Kingsley Elementary's Charity Club collaboration: Let’s create an opportunity to have the Charity Club students have greater access to students with special needs lives at school and extend a friendly gesture.
When groups of passionate, caring people work together amazing things can happen. Creating Cody's dream bedroom took over eight months of planning and involved five different groups of individuals giving their time to help.
Have you ever imaged what it’d be like to be a refugee and starting a new life here in America? This is exactly what we asked adults and kids to imagine as they came together to learn and help...
The I Support Community Charity Club program taught students at Elmwood Elementary and The Primrose School at Naperville Crossings about DuPagePads, their overnight shelter program and how they are working to end homelessness in DuPage County.