Non-Profit Organizations

Spend a Saturday morning fighting cancer.If you can run, walk or ride a bike, then you can help eliminate cancer. Register now and help us meet our goal of 1000 participants. Individuals and teams are encouraged to collect pledges from friends, family members, and employers.Create a team of 5 of more and receive a $5 discount per team member. E-mail coachhepcancerchallenge@gmail.com to receive a discount code.New this year! Both runners and cyclist that are back in time for the 2K walk can participate! We want you and your families to enjoy The Walk and make this a memorable experience! The 2K walk will take off at 11 a.m. For those of you who will be participating in just the walk can register up until 10:30 a.m. the day of the event or online.
Phone:
812-332-9615
Our services include a wide range of housing options, educational support from primary school through lifelong learning, technology assistance, healthcare coordination, behavioral support, and independently accredited employment programs. For families with caregiving responsibilities, we also offer respite programs to help you achieve balance.
Phone:
812-332-2517
The Monroe County History Center is a non-profit museum, genealogy/local history research library, educational facility and museum gift store that is housed in the historical Monroe County Carnegie Library. The History Center is operated by the 102 year old Monroe County Historical Society, Inc. and is self-sustaining. The Society is dedicated to the preservation and exhibition of the history of Monroe County. Our collections include materials and artifacts that reflect the shared heritage of our local area. We hope to show, through the use of these artifacts, how Monroe County fits into the context of southern Indiana, the Midwest, and the Nation as a whole.
The American Legion Post 18
Phone:
8123340500
We offer assistance to all local veterans in many ways, including free hospital equipment, assistance with VA claims.

We also have community involvement as well, including fundraisers.

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Phone:
317-721-8201
We are a Indiana statewide 501c3 tax exempt nonprofit public charity organization based in that is here to support, and foster, a safer learning environment for students at all grade levels. We seek to ensure that students involved are able to receive the necessary help that is needed. If you are looking for wonderful opportunities to volunteer please contact us as we have numerous volunteer positions that need filled for your area.
Phone:
317-870-2501
Our Mission is mobilize people and resources to drive research for a cure and to address the challenges of everyone affected by MS.The National MS Society is a collective of passionate individuals who want to do somethign about MS now – to move together toward a world free of multiple sclerosis. MS stops people from moving. We exist to make sure it doesn’t.Today, more than 7,500 Hoosiers and their families benefit from the National MS Society – Indiana State Chapter through equipment assistance, information and referral, self-help groups, advocacy and a variety of other programs. In addition, the National MS Society continues to be a leader in research to find a cure for MS.
Phone:
812-331-1335
The Bloomington Sunrise Rotary Club was founded on June 2, 1999. As a relatively new club, we are always seeking prospective Rotarians to help our club grow and share the spirit of Rotary both locally and around the world.Please join us for one of our weekly meetings. We meet Wednesday mornings at 7:00 am in the Hilton Garden Inn in downtown Bloomington. I can assure you that the breakfast buffet is abundant and delicious. Our meetings include speakers who enlighten us on local businesses, organizations and events. We strive to adjourn by 8:00 am to allow our members and guest to begin their workday. You will find our programs entertaining as well as instructive.
Monroe County (Indiana) Bar Association is an Association of attorneys representing individuals and organizations in Monroe County, Indiana and beyond. Use our online directory of members to find an attorney for any legal need.
Phone:
812-339-9771
Stepping Stones provides transitional housing and supportive services for youth, ages 16-20, who are experiencing homelessness. Stepping Stones has NAP Credits for you! Right now, if you donate $100 or more to Stepping Stones, you can receive a credit against your state tax liability equal to 50% of your donation. If you would like to take advantage of the Neighborhood Assistance Program, contact Warren Wade
Phone:
812-332-2168
Stone Belt is a not-for-profit organization that provides education and support for individuals with disabilities. Established in 1958, we are the oldest and largest agency of our kind in south central Indiana. We offer a full range of programs and services for over 1,300 clients in Monroe, Lawrence, Owen, Bartholomew, and surrounding counties. Stone Belt’s services are accredited by CARF (formerly the Commission for the Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities). We are an affiliate of The Arc of Indiana, NISH (formerly the National Industries for the Severely Handicapped) and United Way of Monroe County.
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Phone:
812-330-3978
Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism.*The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking.* There are no dues or fees for AA membership; we are self-supporting through our own contributions.* AA is not allied with any sect, denomination, politics, organization or institution; does not wish to engage in any controversy, neither endorses nor opposes any causes.*Our primary purpose is to stay sober and help other alcoholics to achieve sobriety.
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Hoosiers for a Commonsense Health Plan was formed in the Fall of 2005. Our goal is to develop and promote a bill in the Indiana State Legislature that will be introduced in January of 2007. We seek to build a coalition with individuals and groups.We believe that the time has come for adoption of legislation which will establish an Indiana state system of universal health coverage, publicly funded, publicly administered, privately delivered, globally budgeted, and inclusive of all our state’s
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Phone:
812-391-3457
The Native American Community Center of Bloomington, Inc., seeks to improve the status and cultural survival of American Indians, Alaska Natives, and Native Americans in Bloomington and throughout Indiana through a variety of services and programs.Description: The Native American Community Center of Bloomington, Inc., seeks to improve the status and cultural survival of American Indians, Alaska Natives, and Native Americans in Bloomington and throughout Indiana through a variety of services and programs. These services and programs will emphasize 1) fostering a community of people of all ethnicities who support American Indian individuals, communities, and nations, 2) educating the non-American Indian mainstream about American Indian cultures, and 3) advocating for American Indians with other agencies. Believing that an inclusive community space is paramount to our mission, the NACC will strive to obtain a building with a home-like atmosphere which will be open to all people, but which will primarily serve American Indians, Alaska Natives, and Native Hawaiians. In fulfilling its mission, the NACC will be inclusive of all American Indians, including people of mixed ancestry and two-spirits. We seek to provide a place where people wishing to reconnect with their ancestry can learn about pursuing this goal in a respectful and safe way rather than be taken in by plastic shamans or other hucksters.
Phone:
812-330-7700
Phone:
812-331-4069
Habitat for Humanity affiliates build houses in partnership with people in need, and then sell the houses to the homeowner partners. Homeowners are selected by affiliates based on their need for housing, ability to repay a no-profit mortgage and willingness to partner with Habitat. Mortgage payments contribute to a Fund for Humanity, which in turn provides the money to build more houses. Because of Habitat’s no-profit loans and because the houses are principally built with volunteer labor, mortgage payments are affordable for low-income partners.