Utopia Wildlife Rehabilitators rehabilitates Indiana wildlife and educates the public about wild animals.
Rather than let their library sit empty, volunteers in San Jose have opened their own mini-library, lending books originally meant for sale.
6,152 Indiana nonprofits lost their tax-exempt status, according to figures recently released by the IRS.
Martha's House is a 28-bed emergency shelter with case management services.
Kiva, the micro-lending nonprofit, has launched its Kiva City program in Detroit.
Community Kitchen’s mission is to work to eliminate hunger in Monroe County and surrounding areas through direct service, education and advocacy.
Stone Belt provides support services and lifelong learning opportunities to people with developmental disabilities.
Volunteers in Medicine reports that they have enrolled 64 percent of uninsured adults in Monroe and Owen counties who are eligible for their services.
The point-in-time count is a snapshot of the homeless population on a single day in January 2011.
Catholic Charities provides counseling on a sliding fee scale, with the goal of removing all barriers to mental health services.