Batavia Woman's Club: Rotolo Middle School

The Kiwanis Club of Batavia: Hoover-Wood School

Local Neighborhood Group:  Louise White School

Local Neighborhood Group- Anna's Helping Hands:  HC Storm- 

Anna’s Helping Hands, honoring the memory of former H.C. Storm student Anna Danielson who passed away late last year.  Anna had a passion for helping others and was an active volunteer with American Disabled for Attendant Programs Today, Blazing Prairie Stars and Equine Dreams while pursuing her master’s degree in occupational therapy at St. Ambrose College.  Anna’s caring spirit is our inspiration to expand the reach of CHIP IN to meet the many needs of kids and families at H.C. Storm.

Batavia Woman's Club

Serving the Community for over 120 Years

Batavia Woman’s Club is a non-profit 501c3 community service organization.

The club objectives are to promote educational, environmental, home life,

and philanthropic interests of the community with an emphasis on the

welfare of women and children.  For more information, please visit           

The Batavia Rotary Club


The Batavia Rotary Club is an organization of business and professional leaders that strive to exemplify the Rotary International motto of "Service Above Self."  By joining together with other like-minded persons, Batavia Rotarians are able to leverage our time, talent and resources to accomplish more collectively than we could do individually.  Our work includes support for local, national, and international service projects.  Working through the Rotary International network we promote peace, goodwill, and understanding among people in our community and around the world.  We support programs to eradicate polio, fight hunger, provide clean water, promote literacy and alleviate suffering worldwide.  Our members strive to learn and understand more about our complex world and have a positive impact on some of the most difficult problems facing humanity.  We commit to high ethical standards in our relationships and professional undertakings.  By doing these things we individually gain more than we contribute and our fellowship extends beyond the Batavia Rotary Club to our daily lives. 



The Kiwanis Club of Batavia

The Kiwanis Club of Batavia is part of a global organization dedicated to changing the world, one child and one community at a time.  More than 13,000 clubs in 90 different countries make their mark by responding to the needs of their communities.  We focus on the needs of children both in our community and in the world.  We joined with UNICEF to eliminate Iodine Deficiency  Disease and we are currently working with them to eliminate Neonatal tetanus throughout the world.  Locally we support many groups that supply services to children as well as the Interfaith Food Pantry, Valley Sheltered Workshop and Tri-City Health Services.  We sponsor the BHS Key Club, Rotolo Middle School Builder's Club and Hoover Wood K-Kids.  These groups teach children the importance of service to their schools and communities.
We meet the 2nd and 4 Tuesdays of the month at noon Andre's Restaurant.  We also have one night meeting a month at 6:30 on the Monday preceding the 2ndTuesday at Panera in Batavia.  We welcome you to come visit our friendly group and see what we do.  Contact: Sue at 
630-879-2281 or Jan at 630-879-0065

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Batavia MainStreet

Our vision is to help create a unique and vital downtown that enriches the business community, embraces history, celebrates the arts, preserves our natural environment and promotes quality events to instill a ‘sense of place’ in our community.


The Batavia MainStreet program is a not-for-profit, community-based organization devoted to enhancing downtown Batavia’s identity as the heart of the community through dedicated volunteer efforts.  Visit us at:

Want to Chip In?

For more information or to volunteer, fill out our contact form.


CHIP IN Batavia

c/o Batavia Foundation for Educational Excellence

P.O. Box 1003

Batavia, IL  60510


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CHIP IN Batavia


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We help families move from temporary housing to their own apartments, provide warm clothing,  school supplies and many other things to help a student succeed. We help students and their families  on a case by case basis to make sure students are ready and excited to learn and thrive.We work directly with BPS101 to help with mentor projects and other activities that help students on free/reduced lunch or who are in temporary housing.

For information on how to participate, please contact us.

Please see our News and Events page for an update on all the accomplishments we have made together!!



Bikes for Batavia:



We need KIDS bicycles that are in rideable condition- All Spoked Up repairs them for kids and adults who need a bike.  Thank you Batavia!!  We can also use  locks and and  new helmets, training wheels too--If you have any of these, please drop them off at All Spoked Up, 3 Webster St., Batavia.  We are working with All Spoked Up, the

Batavia Bicycle Commission, and Batavia Rotary Club. They are given to students and adults in need of transportation for school, work and shopping. CHIP IN helps identify students in need and  contributes  funds for repairs.

 Thank You!









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