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Mia Partlow

Mia moved to Bloomington from Louisville, Kentucky in 2002. After completing her BA at Indiana University, she lived briefly in New Orleans, and then moved to NYC to get a master's in American Studies. Now settled in Bloomington, Mia loves working with area organizations in her role as a Corporate Development associate for WFIU and WTIU. She spends most of her free time sewing and trying to tire out her energetic dog.

Recent posts by Mia

March 13, 2013


Habitat For Humanity ReStore Of Monroe County

The Habitat ReStore of Monroe County sells gently used furniture and building supplies to the public.

March 12, 2013


Monroe County CASA: Court Appointed Special Advocates For Children

Monroe County CASA trains advocates for children who are involved in juvenile court as a result of abuse or neglect.

March 7, 2013


Area 10 Agency On Aging: Caring Companions Program

Caring Companions volunteers may help care for pets, prepare meals, garden, light housekeeping, and more.

December 19, 2012


Habitat For Humanity Repair & Weatherization Program

Habitat for Humanity of Monroe County has launched a repair and weatherization program.

December 13, 2012


Down Syndrome Family Connection

Down Syndrome Family Connection works to promote greater acceptance and understanding of Down syndrome.

December 4, 2012


Rhino’s Youth Media Center

Rhino's offers afternoon programs in visual arts, radio production, video production, journalism and recording arts.

December 3, 2012


Family Voices Indiana

Family Voices works with families to help them access the services and support they need

November 19, 2012


Local Growers Guild

The Local Growers Guild is a cooperative of farmers, retailers and community members dedicated to strengthening the local food economy in Southern Indiana.

November 13, 2012


Morgan County Coalition for Literacy

The Morgan County Coalition for Literacy focuses on adult learners.

October 11, 2012


Visually Impaired Preschool Services

VIPS Bloomington provides in-home early intervention for children who are blind or visually impaired, from birth to three years old.

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