Charities & Non Profits in Kane County, Illinois

There are 22 Charities & Non Profits in Kane County, Illinois, serving a population of 529,402 people in an area of 521 square miles. There is 1 Charity & Non Profit per 24,063 people, and 1 Charity & Non Profit per 23 square miles.

In Illinois, Kane County is ranked 33rd of 102 counties in Charities & Non Profits per capita, and 4th of 102 counties in Charities & Non Profits per square mile.

List of Kane County Charities & Non Profits

Find Kane County, Illinois charities and nonprofits.

Aicardi Syndrome Foundation 3426 Majestic Oaks Drive St. Charles, IL

Ards Foundation 294 Weymouth Avenue Elgin, IL

Community Foundation of the Fox River Valley 111 West Downer Place Aurora, IL

Downtown Neighborhood Association 2 Douglas Avenue Elgin, IL

Dunham Fund 8 East Galena Boulevard Aurora, IL

EFS Foundation 1695 Larkin Avenue Elgin, IL

Elgin Teachers Association 2230 Point Boulevard Elgin, IL

Hansen Furnace Foundation 28 South Water Street Batavia, IL

Homecrest Foundation 49 White Oak Circle St. Charles, IL

Kane County Medical Society 2320 Dean Street St. Charles, IL

Moose Charities 155 North International Drive Mooseheart, IL

Paul Ruby Foundation for Parkinsons Research 17 North 1st Street Geneva, IL

ReHome Center 321 Hamilton Street Geneva, IL

Realtor Association 433 Williamsburg Avenue Geneva, IL

Salvation Army 310 Douglas Avenue Elgin, IL

Salvation Army 2 Pine Street Carpentersville, IL

Salvation Army 460 Garfield Avenue Aurora, IL

St Charles Park Foundation 213 Walnut Street St. Charles, IL

The Kara Foundation 4008 Royal and Ancient Drive St. Charles, IL

The Stickling Foundation 100 East Chicago Street Elgin, IL

Umu Igbo Alliance 290 Timber Trails Boulevard Gilberts, IL

VNA Visiting Nurse Association 49 East Downer Place Aurora, IL

About Kane County Charities & Non-Profits

Kane County Charities are not-for-profit organizations that have a philanthropic goal in Kane County, IL. The mission of a Kane County Charity is to benefit the general public through its work, which is often educational, religious, or organized around public interest activities. Charities can include Kane County churches, educational organizations, hospitals or medical research organizations, or organizations tied to public universities.

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