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Six new schools to launch ISC Charity Club programs in January!

The ISC Charity Club program teaches children empathy, compassion and inclusiveness through lessons on local charities and mini-service projects. This spring students will learn about World Relief, Celebrate Differences, The Garden Works Project and SCARCE!

We’re super excited to teach over 200 students!

ISC Charity Club Schools Include:

Elmwood Elementary, District 203, Naperville

Steeple Run Elementary, District 203, Naperville

Meadow Glens Elementary, District 203, Naperville

Kingsley Elementary, District 203, Naperville

May Watts Elementary, District 204, Naperville

Westfield Elementary, District 89, Glen Ellyn

St. Joan of Arc, Pre-K to 8th, Lisle




Westfield Logo

May Watts Logo





We’ll looking to expand into five or six more schools in the fall of 2016. If you think your elementary school would love to have this program, please email or call me. I’d love to talk to you about next steps.

Thank you to our ISC Charity Club Partners

We are so thankful to have the following businesses as partners in our Charity Club program.

Primrose School at Naperville Crossings

“The Primrose School at Naperville Crossings, the Leader in Educational Childcare™, is delighted to sponsor the iSupport Community Charity Club for our local elementary students.  In keeping with our Balanced Learning philosophy, we are committed to building character and creating awareness of community, both inside and outside of our school!” – Jennifer Fu, Primrose School Co-OwnerContinental Motors


“One of the four pillars of the Continental Motors mission statementis to “make a difference in our community”, so providing support for I Support Community’s charity education program is a great investment in our eyes. We love this innovative approach to educating our youth about social issues in our community, thus helping create a culture of giving and compassion that will benefit our community for years to come.” – Joel WeinbergerPinot’s Palette


“Pinot’s Palette is excited to partner with I Support Community and their Charity Club program.   Pinot’s Palette prides itself on giving back and painting it forward.  We are excited to support this program that educates children about local charities and the importance of giving back to your community.” – Pam Bartlett

Additional Supporters Include: 




Naperville Bank & Trust

RPC Leadership Associates

If you’re interested in learning about how your business can partner in this program, please email me at marion@isupportcommunity.org.

One Comment, RSS

  • Sarah O'Donnell

    says on:
    December 23, 2015 at 11:00 am

    This is such an awesome program, would your group be open to including another nonprofit? I’m with People’s Resource Center and we serve all of DuPage County with basic services as well as empowerment programs. We have 32,000+ clients that we serve and more than 2,200 volunteers who are the critical component to delivering the needed services in the community. Thank you for your kind consideration.

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