90.7 WAZU is Peoria's hottest hip-hip, rap, and R&B station. We are happy that 90.7 WAZU calls the EBCC home.

Peoria Opportunities Foundation’s (POF) purpose is developing affordable housing with emphasis on developing self-sufficiency and economic wealth for low-income families and individuals.

Hailing from Detroit, Michigan, Robert Bell comes to Peoria with a wealth of knowledge on boxing, athletic training and youth development. Knock Out Kings Boxing runs on weekday evenings.

John Seckler is a branding and design consultant whose life and work took him to 10 years each in San Francisco and New York City. Returning to his hometown in 2013, He has found a home in EBCC, turning Room 303 into a creative space not just for himself but also for anyone in the East Bluff community interested in Art and Design. Contact John via email at johnseckler@gmail.com if you would like to visit the space.

EAST BLUFF COMMUNITY CENTER

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Hosting Partner Agencies

The East Bluff Community Center provides space for many partner agencies to bring their services directly to this neighborhood. We are proud partners to:

Turning Point is a self-help and support group for those in recovery. They meet regularly on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday evenings at the EBCC. Call 309-503-1266 to learn more.

Knock Out Kings Boxing Club 

PCCEO has a LIHEAP office at the EBCC. Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) is designed to help low-income households pay for energy services.

The Boys and Girls Club runs a high quality afterschool program at the EBCC everyday from 1:00pm to 6:00pm. Youth in the program grow their academic, social-emotional, and creative potential. 

The Peoria Humanists are a secular organization that honors and celebrates human agency, value, and capability. They provide community services periodically to the East Bluff neighborhood.