The Community Organizations database provides information about Monroe County nonprofits and groups.

 

Delta Sigma Pi

Description: 

Delta Sigma Pi is a professional fraternity organized to foster the study of business in universities; to encourage scholarship, social activity and the association of students for their mutual advancement by research and practice; to promote closer affiliation between the commercial world and students of commerce, and to further a higher standard of commercial ethics and culture and the civic and commercial welfare of the community.

Community Organizations Subjects: 
Address
Bloomington
IN
Contact
Matt
Wisniewski
President

Democratic Women's Caucus

Description: 

Regina Moore, Bloomington's current City Clerk, first conceived the idea of a Democratic Women's Caucus during the local 2003 campaigns. She and Susan Sandberg were the only women to run on the city's ballot in 2003. Moore ran for and was reelected City Clerk.

Community Organizations Subjects: 
Address
PO Box 2373
Bloomington
IN
47402
Contact
Regina
Moore
Chair
Kristina
Simmonds
Treasurer

Dental Care Center

Description: 

Call for information regarding a fee reduction for low-income persons.

Community Organizations Subjects: 
Address
1602 W. Third St.
Bloomington
IN
47404
Contact
Marie
Harlan
Administrator
812-339-7700

District 10 Pro Bono Project

Description: 

Matches low-income clients with volunteer attorneys in the community who will take the case for free. For civil cases only. This organization serves Lawrence, Greene, Owen and Monroe Counties.

Incorporation Status: 
Incorporated
Community Organizations Subjects: 
Address
301 N. College Avenue, Room 321
Bloomington
IN
47404
Additional Address
P.O. Box 8382
Bloomington
IN
47407
Contact
Diane
Walker
812-339-3610

Diversity Theatre

Description: 

Diversity Theatre is a company that addresses, through the medium of theater, various social issues (e.g., disability, aging, gender, homelessness, race and ethnicity, sexual orientation). They perform for adults and children, generating productions through improvisation. They also sponsor the MOSAIC Film Festival, this year showing short films for adults and children on aging, religion, race/ethnicity, and disability

Community Organizations Subjects: 
Address
1120 S. Nancy Street
Bloomington
IN
47401
Additional Address
PO Box 100
Bloomington
IN
47402
Contact
Audrey
Heller
Artistic Director
812-336-3198
Craig
Brenner
City of Bloomington Special Projects Coordinator
812-349-3471

Donald E. Owens Memorial Lodge 88, Fraternal Order of Police

Description: 

The Donald E Owens Memorial Lodge 88 membership consists of members representing 12 local law enforcement agencies in Monroe, Brown, Greene and Martin counties. Our primary position is to represent law enforcement in matters of wages and salaries, rights, benefits, work hours, and safety. The lodge is also active with improving the community by making charitable donations to fellow officers in need, youth sport and education programs, disaster/tragedy assistance, and the Special Olympics.

Incorporation Status: 
Incorporated
Community Organizations Subjects: 
Address
PO Box 1561
2450 N. Curry Pike
Bloomington
IN
Contact
Jason
Shaevitz
Webmaster

Down Syndrome Family Connection

Description: 

Connecting Ordinary People - Celebrating Extraordinary Lives
Our vision is to bring together families in Bloomington and South Central Indiana in support of those with Down syndrome.

Our mission is to promote greater acceptance and understanding of Down syndrome; to educate, inform, and involve all people to recognize the uniqueness and capabilities of individuals with Down syndrome and the inherent dignity of all people with developmental disabilities; and to provide education and support for communities, families and individuals living, learning, and growing with Down syndrome.

Down Syndrome Family Connection is a 501(c)(3) organization.

 

Year Established: 
2006 (all day)
Incorporation Status: 
Incorporated
Community Organizations Subjects: 
Address
2600 S. Henderson St. Suite 157
Bloomington
IN
47401
Contact
Rosalie
Sherwood
‭(812) 720-9603

Downtown Visitors Center

Description: 

Provide you with information about the many attractions and landmarks on IU's campus that you may want to visit. You'll also find information on the history and traditions that are an integral part of the Indiana University experience, links to official IU information on athletics, academics and alumni, plus lots of great inside tips for visiting campus.

Community Organizations Subjects: 
Address
2855 N. Walnut Street
Bloomington
In
47404
Contact

Ducks Unlimited

Description: 

Ducks Unlimited conserves, restores, and manages wetlands and associated habitats for North America's waterfowl. These habitats also benefit other wildlife and people.

Waterfowl conservation is facing important challenges as wetlands and other habitats are being degraded and destroyed across the continent. Ducks Unlimited has a vision to reverse this trend.

Address
IN

Early Music In Motion

Description: 

Early Music in Motion is a not-for profit with a mission to provide music related to the Medieval, Renaissance and Baroque periods to young audiences and underserved communities of the state of Indiana through concerts, didactical performances and workshops.

Year Established: 
2005 (all day)
Incorporation Status: 
Incorporated
Community Organizations Subjects: 
Address
P.O. Box 7921
Bloomington
IN
47407
Contact
Matthew
Slatkin
President
812-558-0885
Juan
Carlo
Vice-President

Earth Care

Description: 

Earth Care seeks to listen to and work with all concerned religious communities and individuals in order to create an ever-widening circle of care for creation. We urge all Indiana's faith communities to be centers of this care by living more prudently and speaking up for policies that embody creation care.

Address
1228 E. Maxwell Lane
Bloomington
IN
47401
Additional Address
1714 S. Wilton Drive
Bloomington
IN
47401
Contact

El Centro Comunal Latino (CCL)

Description: 

El Centro Comunal Latino (CCL) is a grassroots, community-based organization that seeks to provide an accessible and safe space for all Hispanics, with a focus on Spanish-speaking people, to find information, access to resources and a place to hold community events. CCL also seeks to promote communication and understanding among service agencies and the Latino community in order to facilitate their integration and encourage active Hispanic participation in the greater Bloomington community (Monroe County).

Community Organizations Subjects: 
Address
Bloomington
IN
47408

Elizabeth Sage Historic Costume Collection

Description: 

This collection contains over 15,000 objects relating to clothing and personal adornment, dating from the late 18th century to the present. Collection is in storage but is open for research.

Community Organizations Subjects: 
Address
2805 E. 10th Street
Suite 140
Bloomington
IN
47408
Contact
Kelly
Richardson
812-855-4627

Ellettsville Chamber of Commerce

Description: 

The Ellettsville Chamber of Commerce is the voice of the business community and provides the glue in a mosaic of community partners working together to make Ellettsville a more vibrant, productive, and cohesive community. The Chamber, established in 1960, continues to preserve the twon's image and help make the community a better place to work and live.

Incorporation Status: 
Incorporated
Address
200 East Association Street, Room 201A
P.O.Box 524
Ellettsville
IN
47429
Contact
Diane
Critchlow
President
812-876-6611
Kenny
Williams
Vice President

Ellettsville Main Street, Inc.

Description: 

Working to revitalize historic downtown Ellettsville and preserve our limestone industry heritage. We work on developing the Heritage Trail, Santa on Sale Street event, and preserving historic photos and other downtown Ellettsville efforts.

Year Established: 
2000 (all day)
Incorporation Status: 
Incorporated
Address
P.O. Box 143
Elletsville
In
47429
Contact
Leasa
Siscoe
President
812-876-4694
Chris
Fisher
Treasurer

Enis Furley Foundation

Description: 

Scott Rolen’s Enis Furley Foundation is a non-profit organization created by Scott Rolen of the Cincinnati Reds. Our foundation is named after Scott’s eldest dog, Enis. In 1999 Scott had a vision to brighten the lives of children and their families who are dealing with an illness, hardship or other special needs. The Enis Furley Foundation works to achieve this goal by entertaining distressed families at Camp Emma Lou, our outdoor recreational retreat near Bloomington, IN. The Enis Furley Foundation also provides families unique and exciting, “once in a lifetime” sports experiences through our community outreach program, the Hot Corner Kids. Ultimately, our goals are quite simple and focused … we want to make children smile!

Community Organizations Subjects: 
Address
PO Box 100
Smithville
IN
47458
Contact

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