Live out your humanity and faith through service to others

Our Purpose

To educate the general public regarding the issues related to poverty and homelessness and to provide services to poor and homeless people. Provide funding to agencies, organizations, and individuals that offer services to at rish and homeless people in Saint Clair County, as funds are available.

Angels of St. Clair County, a community based nonprofit, does not and shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, gender expression, age, national origin, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status, in any of its activities or operations.

Our Achievements

      • Provided funding to assist in costs of utilities to 4 churches to initiate extreme weather sites, winter 2014
        • Conquerors Christian Center
        • Garden Heights Baptist Church
        • Redeemers House of Worship
        • Trinity United Church of Christ
      • Organized 5 Homeless Memorials on “the longest night of the year” – December 21
      • Educated community regarding the need for a community-based drop-in center for homeless people and those at risk of homelessness
      • Provided over 480 meals or pre-packaged food on Sundays from April to November 2018, in cooperation with Tony Hilker, “Making a Difference” and the leadership of chief cook, Amy Ducksworth.
      • Provided blankets, hats, gloves and socks to over 50 individuals on Sundays with support from “IL Indivisible 12.”
      • Provided transportation and advocacy for 5 homeless individuals to the Belleville Police Department-who had no ID, so they could get motel vouchers during extreme winter weather.
      • Distributed over 75 condoms given by the Southern Illinois Health Care Foundation.
      • Handed out 225 flyers and emailed 250 individuals for a employment information event which was held at the Belleville Main Library and sponsored by the Illinois Department of Employment Security, Division of Vocational Rehabilitation and SWIC Employment Services.
      • Assisted in providing funding for meals and gift bags on Christmas Eve for an event sponsored by Law and Grace Ministry.
    • Provided transportation and advocacy to 7 homeless people to various tax-funded agencies. Provided critical information to over 50 individuals. Information included free meals, emergency medical care, drug and alcohol treatment, obtaining IDs, employment assistance, and assistance with tickets issued by the police department for sleeping in a public place.