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Every child has the potential to be extraordinary and deserves world-class early education
A wide array of services for youth, school-age children and teens working together with our staff
Inspiring and empowering adults, families, and seniors to work towards self-sufficiency and stability
CityVest’s streamlined origination, due diligence and equity syndication process enables us to fund in as little as 2 weeks as compared to other equity providers which may take 2 months.
Sponsors get access to tens of thousands of accredited investors and raise capital quickly and easily, with minimal fees.
Our program’s Accreditation by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAECY), and inclusion in the ExceleRate Illinois Gold Circle of Quality shows our commitment to excellence in early education.
Over 90% of our 420 children served annually meet or exceed school-readiness “Widely Held Expectations” determined by Teaching Strategies GOLD™. We achieve these astounding results by committing to the forward-thinking, research-based Creative Curriculum®.
Every child enrolled at MSV is designated a Family Support Specialist who monitors their development from day one. Family Support not only strengthens the bond between parent and child, they are able to identify when early intervention services are needed, asses the needs of the whole family in times of crisis, and recommend services based on each child’s needs.
Our mission-driven approach to staffing has ensured low teacher turnover rates and contributes to the family atmosphere at our centers. Our educators have a unique understanding of the challenges distressed communities face and that understanding informs the strong, loving bond they develop with the children in their classrooms.
We offer 430 children and teens quality out-of-school time experience where they can participate daily in safe, healthy, structured activities, developing a strong sense of self-worth, increased sense of opportunity, and better ability to fulfill their potential.
Offer 50 teen moms and their families access to health care, increased engagement in school, increased safety and long-term stability
We improve the health and well-being of tens of thousands of individuals by providing access to shelf-stable food, fresh produce, dairy products and meat from our two food pantries.
We bring stability to lives of seniors, low-income families, and disabled person by assisting in the application process for public aid programs including energy assistance, SNAP, TANF, Medicare, Medicaid, reduced transit fare assistance, and more.
Our case managers help marginalized individuals take the first step towards a stable life by helping to set goals for employment and education then provide resources and support to accomplish those goals.
At Marillac St. Vincent, we believe it is never too late to learn something new and start fresh by continuing your education. That’s why we offer pre-GED assistance, computer basics, and adult literacy courses each week.
Adults & Families Seniors Access To Food