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


 

Family Solutions

Description: 

Family Solutions is a private, not-for profit community based agency developed to provide counseling and supportive services to children and families who are at-risk for experiencing out of home placement or have had children removed from the home

Community Organizations Subjects: 
Address
1180 S Liberty Drive Suite 120
Bloomington
in
47403
Contact
812-335-1926

Farm Service Agency (USDA)

Description: 

Farm Service Agency is equitably serving all farmers, ranchers, and agricultural partners through the delivery of effective, efficient agricultural programs for all Americans.

Community Organizations Subjects: 
Address
Monroe County Farm Service Agency
1931 Liberty Dr.
Bloomington
IN
47403
Contact
Troy
Hobson
County Executive Director
812-334-4323

Farm to Family Fund

Description: 

The Farm to Family Fund is designed both to make healthful, sustainably produced food more available to low-income households and to support our local, sustainable food system, especially our farmers who take the risk of producing food during the winter months. At the close of Bloomington farmers’ markets, we purchase produce, eggs, and dairy that farmers wish to sell at half price. This food is donated to The Rise, the Community Kitchen of Monroe County, Mother Hubbard’s Cupboard, and Hoosier Hills Food Bank.

Year Established: 
2022 (all day)
Incorporation Status: 
Incorporated
Community Organizations Subjects: 
Address
Bloomington
IN
47402

Feral Cat Friends, Inc.

Description: 

Feral Cat Friends, Inc. assists homeowners' associations, apartment complexes, and mobile home parks or any individual with their feral and stray cat population through Trap-Neuter-Return.

Year Established: 
2005 (all day)
Incorporation Status: 
Exempt
Community Organizations Subjects: 
Address
2600 S. Henderson St.
Suite 150
Bloomington
IN
47401
Contact

First Christian Church

Description: 

Welcome to First Christian Church! We’re glad that you’ve found our website, and now that you’re here we hope you’ll take a look around and get to know us a little. Whether you grew up going to church every Sunday, or you are coming back to church after years of being away, or you have never attended church, know that others at First Christian Church have been on similar paths. We don’t all approach life and faith in the same way, but we do our best to welcome one another in the same way that God has graciously welcomed each of us. And we look forward to welcoming you! We gather for worship each Sunday morning at 10:00 am in the sanctuary. That service is also livestreamed and can be accessed each week as it happens or in the video archive. Links are on our homepage. You can be in touch with us by filling out the attendance form or prayer request form on our homepage, using the contact section of this website, or by calling the church office at 812-332-4459.

Community Organizations Subjects: 
Address
Bloomington
IN
47408

First Presbyterian Church

Description: 

OUR PRESBYTERIAN FAITH
We are a dynamic congregation with close ties to the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) and grounded in the Reformed Tradition, which stretches back to John Calvin, Martin Luther and the Reformation that gave birth to the Protestant tradition of the priesthood of all believers. The Presbyterian Church of the 21st century holds fast to the notion that God is continually at work in the world, that Jesus Christ is head of the Church, and that we are called to be life-long learners, richly diverse even in the midst of our unity as people of faith, and open to all that God, in Christ, is leading us to do and be.

We embrace worship that touches the mind, heart, and soul; learning environments that invite questions and provide encouragement; service that reaches out to others in need; and fellowship that brings people together. Our church is about merging faith and daily living, as we seek to know God deeply and more fully. Whether you’re looking for a place to worship on Sundays, or desire to connect with others throughout the week, we respect your preferences and welcome you.

Community Organizations Subjects: 
Address
Bloomington
In
47408

First United Church

Description: 

First United Church is an inclusive community of Christian faith, living out the good news of God’s love, revealed in Jesus the Christ.

Our Purpose (Why We Exist)
To empower, challenge, and encourage one another to live out the ways of Jesus (rooted in compassion, truth, and justice) authentically as human beings in community to create a better world

Our Values (Guiding Principles)
Community of love and acceptance
​Faith and the teachings of Jesus: truth, justice, peace
​Openness and diversity
​Seeking creative expression of our faith
​Living our faith through service to humanity and world

Community Organizations Subjects: 
Address
Bloomington
IN
47401

First United Methodist Church

Description: 

At First Methodist, we strive to be an inclusive, Christ-centered church. In our community, there are always new programs, new people, and new ways to draw closer to God. Our worship is open-minded and thoughtful. Our pastors bring a message that is life-guiding and Christ-centered.

First Methodist is a proud member of the Reconciling Ministries Network, an organization “committed to intersectional justice across and beyond the United Methodist connection, working for the full participation of all LGBTQ+ people throughout the life and leadership of the Church.”

 

Community Organizations Subjects: 
Address
Bloomington
IN
47408

Folklore and Ethnomusicology Students Association

Description: 

Indiana University majors, minors, and others with an interest in the activities of our discipline are welcome to participate in the Folklore and Ethnomusicology Student Association (FESA). FESA holds monthly meetings and helps plan departmental and campus-wide events such as the folklore and ethnomusicology film series, career night, and concerts. Participation in the group provides opportunities for networking, leadership development, and career exploration.

Community Organizations Subjects: 
Address
Bloomington
IN
47408

Foot Of The Cross Church

Description: 

Foot of the Cross is fxchurch, formed in 2007 via national, state, and local partnerships to impact the campus at Indiana University. We continue to do ministry through the prayerful and financial generosity of cooperating believers. The church operates on IU’s campus as fxcampus, gathers collectively on Sundays to worship, and meets in other locations throughout the community during the week to re:group. We desire to reach our campus and community with the good news about Jesus, and strive to be multigenerational and multiethnic.

Community Organizations Subjects: 
Address
Bloomington
IN
47402

Foundation of Monroe County Community Schools

Description: 

The Foundation of Monroe County Community Schools has been serving students and educators since 1973. Throughout the last 40 years, FMCCS has remained true to its original charge and continues to provide resources to improve and enhance the educational development of all MCCSC students.

Incorporation Status: 
Incorporated
Community Organizations Subjects: 
Address
Bloomington
IN
47401

Free Methodist Church (BFMC)

Description: 

The Bloomington Free Methodist Church meets Sundays at 10:00 am for worship, with a 9:00 am Sunday school. There are various small groups and Bible studies that meet throughout the week. The vision of BFMC is to love God, love people, and make disciples.

Year Established: 
1916 (all day)
Community Organizations Subjects: 
Address
1121 S Lincoln St
Bloomington
IN
47401
Contact
Zack
Martin
812-332-6425

Friday Musicale

Description: 

The Friday Musicale meets 6 times a year on the 2nd Friday of the month at 1:15 p.m. October-April (except January). They are affiliated with the National Federation of Music Clubs and Indiana Arts Festival. They sponsor a Junior Festival for pre-college students on the 2nd Saturday in May at the Jacobs School.

 

Organized in 1905, Friday Musicale is federated with the National and Indiana Federation of Music Clubs.

The National Federation of Music Clubs, founded in 1898, is now the world’s largest philanthropic music organization supporting American music and musicians. It is one fo three organizations to be chartered by the United States Congress and the only music organization member of the United Nations. There are six thousand NFMC-related organizations and music clubs nationally. Members are professional and amateur musicians, composers, dancers, performing artists, arts and music educators, students, generous benefactors, and music lovers who are interested in creating a dynamic musical and cultural environment in their communities.

Community Organizations Subjects: 
Address
Bloomington
IN
47401
Contact
thefridaymusicale@gmail.com

Friend's Place

Description: 

Emergency Shelter that can house forty women, men, and nonbinary adults experiencing homelessness. Clients can sleep, wash their clothes, and take care of personal hygiene needs while meeting with a case manager to meet their housing needs.

Case managers will help guests connect with permanent housing opportunities, educational and employment opportunities, and health care resources.

Plus, as a program of Beacon, Inc. Friend’s Place, guests have access to all of the nonprofit’s services.

Address
919 S. Rogers Street
Bloomington
IN
47402
Additional Address
Bloomington
IN

Friends of Art

Description: 

Dedicated to promoting the visual arts at Indiana University, the Friends of Art at Indiana University has supported art history and studio art students at Indiana University since 1965.

Generously supporting studio art and art history undergraduate and graduate students is FoA's most important goal. Friends of Art Awards help to fund creative activities, research travels, and scholarships while forging connections between Indiana University and Institutions and sites around the world.

Community Organizations Subjects: 
Address
Bloomington
IN
47405

Friends of the Library

Description: 

The Monroe County Public Library Foundation, also known as the Friends of the Library, support the mission, vision, and values of the library. The Friends advocate for Monroe County Public Library and support library collections, services, programs, and staff development.



As a nonprofit corporation, the Friends collect and administer the grants, gifts, bequests, and other monies (outside of local tax receipts) that help make the Library's many programs such an integral part of our community. The Friends also staff and run the Friends of the Library Bookstore on the first floor of the Downtown Library. Proceeds from the Bookstore support Library programming and services.

Year Established: 
1965 (all day)
Incorporation Status: 
Incorporated
Community Organizations Subjects: 
Address
Bloomington
IN
47408

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