Listed below are the GiveSI participating nonprofits. You can select the GiveSi button to help all nonprofits in Southern Illinois, or you can choose to donate to your favorite nonprofit by selecting the donate button next to your nonprofits name. Minimum donation is $10 and you can return to this page to support as many nonprofits as you like!
Arrowleaf is a nonprofit human services organization that works to build well-being for Southern Illinoisans
throughout their lives so they can weather life’s storms, reach their full potential, and help our communities thrive.
Autism Society of Southern Illinois
We provide services without regard to a person’s age, race, religion, disability, gender, sexual orientation, income level or level of need on the autism spectrum.
Artstarts Company is a Southern Illinois based, non-profit charitable organization devoted to making the "Arts" accessible to all Southern Illinois children. We connect the community through the arts. We help artists astound the world by sharing what they are capable of becoming.
Our goal is to provide opportunities in the arts to a diverse population with the goal of including those who do not now participate in art programs due to cultural or economic barriers.
Bald Knob Cross of Peace, Inc.
Among the foothills of the Ozark Mountain range that stretch into Union County and southern Illinois, rises a beacon, a monument of peace, faith, charity, and of hope.
African American Museum
The purpose of the African American Museum of Southern Illinois is to identify, preserve, and portray outstanding achievements in African American history and culture. Founded in 1997, the museum is a non-profit organization run solely by volunteers. It is home to hundreds of artifacts, photographs, quilts, literary works and displays. This unique museum invites delight and introspection with rotating exhibits throughout the year serving visitors from the region and beyond.
Attucks Community Services
The mission of the Attucks Community Services (ASC) is to serve primarily disadvantaged
residents of the Carbondale and other vulnerable populations in the area; who share the
demographics that produce social determinants of health for youth and families at risk.
The Richard Bartolotti Scholarship has been created by his family and friends who knew an loved Richard and all he did to support his family, friends and the community.
Richard Bartolotti was a Vietnam veteran serving in the United States Marine Corps and was a Silver Star and Purple Heart recipient. He was a member of the UMWA, Franklin County Housing Authority Board, Christopher American Legion, Sesser VFW and a Life Member of the Disabled American Vets.
This scholarship program has been established to serve as a lasting tribute of Richard Bartolotti.