Ways to Help
People for Community Recovery (PCR) is a community-based environmental and social justice organization in Southeast Chicago. PCR has worked to improve the quality of life for low-income residents living in communities disproportionately impacted by pollution. Recognized as one of the top U.S. environmental groups by President Clinton, PCR provides communities with information on environmental injustice issues, community organizing, job training, and environmental research.
Because of the many types of services that People for Community Recovery (PCR) provides, we offer a variety of ways for people in the community to help.
We invite you to make general donations, and in-kind donations. PCR is a 501(c)(3) organization, making your contributions tax deductible. To learn more about donation options, please contact us at 773.840.4618. Donation details.
There are many different ways for volunteers to make a difference at PCR. If you or your group is interested in volunteer opportunities, please contact us at 773.840.4618 or email Courtney Hanson firstname.lastname@example.org. Volunteer details.
PCR offers multiple internship positions. Whether working directly with the community or assisting with the operations of the organization, all PCR interns gain valuable experience working in a service-oriented, not-for-profit environment. To learn more about current intern positions, please email Courtney Hanson email@example.com. Internship details.
PCR's mission is to enhance the quality of life of residents living in communities affected by environmental pollution. PCR educates and advocates policy and programs in an effort to coordinate local residents on issues of the environment, health, housing, education, training, neighborhood safety and economic equity
13330 S. CORLISS
CHICAGO, IL 60827
People for Community Recovery is sponsored by the Energy Foundation, Center for Health and Environmental Justice, and supporters like you!