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Service Projects

Our Students Give Back

An education at Immanuel extends beyond the physical walls of the school building. It is important for students to learn to serve their community in Palatine, across the country, and around the world.

Annual Service Activities

  • Supporting our missionaries in Cambodia by raising funds to help spread the Gospel.
  • Packaging food for Feed My Starving Children. Each fall, Immanuel students in Grades 3-8, teachers, and parent volunteers pack food for children and their families in third world countries. At the most recent packing event, over 72,000 meals were packed. The students also had an opportunity to reflect on their experience in a lively discussion when they returned to school.
  • Raising funds through Hoops for Hearts, Heifer International, Hearts for Jesus, and cancer research through Pink Day in October.
  • Collecting items for Immanuel’s Good Samaritan Food Pantry, Adopt-a-Family, Baskets of Promise, Phil’s Friends, and Keep-in-Touch snack boxes for members in college and the military.
  • Sending cards to Immanuel members who are homebound or in the military.
  • Assisting with making quilts/mats from plastic bags to reach the homeless in the local community.
  • Getting Involved.Participating in Immanuel 50’s Plus meetings and at local Senior Facilities.
 Fire Department Marching on 9/11

“An education at Immanuel extends
beyond the physical walls of the school building.”

Feed My Starving Children

Students at all levels participate in the above projects.

As our Eighth Grade class learns about sharing the Gospel, they participate in a mission trip.  Students, teachers, and parent volunteers go to Kentucky or West Virginia for a week to work with World Servants helping people less fortunate than themselves.  For many students, this mission provides new insight into a lifestyle unlike any they’ve known before.   They also learn how to work together to achieve things they didn’t know they could.

It can be a life-changing experience that they carry with them for the rest of their lives.