Community Partner Possibilities
These organizations are partnered with the Service-Learning program to provide service opportunities in conjunction with courses and co-curricular activities. If your organization is interested in becoming involved, please email email@example.com. Faculty, if you are working with a partner who is not listed, please let us know.
Adult Day Care
Adult Day Care of Richmond, located in First English Lutheran Church, offers a structured, comprehensive program that provides a variety of social programming and and health support in a protective setting durignthe daytime hours.
Amigos the Richmond Latino Center
Amigos, the Richmond Latino Center, is located in Townsend Community Center. Founded in 1999 to support the growing Latino population of Wayne County
Applied Behavior Center for Autism
ABC provides step-by-step insurance assistance, quick turnaround diagnostic testing for families and other services to help those with autism.
Arbor Trace Senior Living
Arbor Trace senior living community offers the perfect combination of home-like setting and convenient access to area amenities – entertainment, shopping, restaurants and more.
Area 9 Agency
Area 9 Agency is your one-stop Aging and Disability resource. Area 9 can help with a variety of services and can guide you through the steps it takes to get you the help you and your family need.
Birth-to-Five is a service organization dedicated to maximizing the social-
The Boys and Girls Club of Wayne County
Since 1957 The Boys and Girls Club has served the youth in Wayne County and its surrounding areas by providing a Positive Place for kids ages 6-18 to go after school and during the summer.
Centerville/Abington Community Schools
The Centerville-Abington Community School Corporation is located four miles south of Interstate 70, approximately eight miles west of the Indiana/Ohio boundary. A 4-star school district, Centerville/Abington provides early intervention, EXCEL gifted and talented classes and
Communities in Schools
Communities In Schools of Wayne County is part of a National program that is the nation's leading community-based organization helping young people stay in school and prepare for life.
Cope Environmental Center
CEC's mission is to promote the sustainable use of the earth's resources through education, demonstration,and research. Their vision is to inspire and challenge individuals and communities to achieve ecologically sustainable lifestyles to secure an sustainable future for all life on earth.
Circle U Help Center
Circle U Help Center has been serving the local community since 1979. At the present time we are serving over 1,600 hot meals on a monthly basis.
The Excel CenterLocated in a remodeled school in Richmond, IN 47374, The Excel Center is an adult high school offering free tuition and books along with a flexible schedule designed for working adults.
Fayette County Public Library, ConnersvilleFayette County Public Library is located in Connersville Indiana.
Forest Park Health Campus
Nestled in picturesque landscape on forty-one wooded acres in Richmond, Indiana you will find Forest Park Health Campus. This serene and welcoming setting is just one of the many amenities you will find at Forest Park. The Richmond/Wayne County Community offers an ample selection of restaurants, stores and services, many recreational parks including Hayes Arboretum and the Cope Environmental Center, and outstanding fine arts opportunities for locals and visitors alike.
Friends Fellowship Community
Friends Fellowship Community is a not-for-profit continuing care retirement community founded and serving in the Quaker tradition. Friends Fellowship is committed to delivering a continuum of quality residential and health care services through the promotion of dignity, security and independence within a gracious environment. They encourage each resident to maximize his/her physical, social, spiritual, emotional and psychological well-being. Founded in 1965, Friends Fellowship Community is licensed by the Indiana State Department of Health.
Girls, Inc.'s mission is to inspire all girls to be strong, smart and bold. Girls Inc. programming is designed to build girls’ capacity to become adults who are responsible, confident, economically independent and personally fulfilled. They provide after school and summer programs for girls ages 6-14 in grades 1-8. The core of their services include a development and education based program designed to provide a safe, constructive learning environment for girls during the critical after school hours (1:40pm-6pm) and during summer (7:30am–5:30pm). Each day, 100% of program participants are exposed to a comprehensive age-appropriate program. Through these sessions, Girls Inc. provides girls with the tools they need to become confident and responsible member of their communities.
Grassroots Action Resource Center
Grassroots Action Resource Center: focused on encouraging and facilitating capacity-building for nonprofits in Richmond and Wayne County, Indiana.
Habitat for Humanity of Greater Richmond.A nonprofit, ecumenical Christian housing organization building simple, decent, affordable housing in partnership with people in need. Since their beginning in 1990 Habitat for Humanity of Greater Richmond, Inc. has built and dedicated 56 houses.
Hayes Arboretum is the educational project of S.W. Hayes Research Foundation, Inc. Our educational activities and the experiences we offer focus on both nature and recreational programs.The mission of Hayes Arboretum is to provide nature and recreational related education to our visitors, through instruction, experiences and amenities. Hayes Arboretum is open free of charge to the public.
Heartland ManorCare of Eaton, OH
Heartland provides individualized post-hospital skilled nursing care in a comfortable environment. Our clinical and therapy teams are experienced in providing specialized care focused on your needs, interests and ability.
ICAP (Interlocal Community Action Program)
Community Action changes people’s lives, embodies the spirit of hope, improves communities and makes America a better place to live. We care about the entire community, and we are dedicated to helping people help themselves and each other. As a Community Action Agency, ICAP will design, sponsor and adminster programs that provide help for today and hope for tomorrow.
Ivy Tech, New Castle, IN
Ivy Tech of New Castle provides tutoring for 7th and 8th grade students on a variety of topics.
JACY House is a program of the Children's Justice and Advocacy Center, Inc. A 501(c)(3) non-profit agency that opened in 2003 as an alternate process to investigations and prosecutions of child abuse cases.
K-Ready encourages parents and caregivers to read with their children 20 minutes every day from the day they are born. By partnering with local health care providers, schools and civic organizations K-Ready will strive to reach every family with young children in Wayne County.
Kids Kingdom at Fountain City
Kids Kingdom provides childcare for children ages six and under.
Morrisson-Reeves, established in 1851, is the public library serving Richmond, Indiana.
Northeastern Wayne County School Corporation
NWSC consists of approximately 1,150 students enrolled in Northeastern Elementary School for grades K-6 and in Northeastern Junior-Senior High for grades 7-12 in Fountain City, Indiana. Current partnerships include after school tutoring and in-school mentoring.
Open Arms Ministries
A faith-based coalition of churches and other social ministries that provides a clearinghouse of need-based services in the greater Richmond area, in the name of God, with the intent that needs are met and that lives are transformed
Preble County Head Start
Head Start isn't just helping children learn about letters and numbers for Kindergarten. It is about helping children discover who they can be with their friends and in their community. It is loving every child, every family and being a part of that discovery.
Richmond Adult Education Center
The Richmond Adult Education Center is a unique, positive, and diversified program in which students can reach personal, educational, and career goals. Through self-paced, individualized, and technology supported instruction, students achieve academic success.
Richmond Art Museum
Since 1898, Richmond Art Museum is the premier dynamic visual art collection and education center serving all in our region.
Richmond Community Schools
RCS is the local Public School System in Richmond, Indiana. Many opportunities for mentoring and tutoring are available.
Richmond Parks and Recreation
The Richmond Parks and Recreation department provides for the positive development and well being of the Richmond community through the provision of parks, greenways, trails and recreational programming and facilities while working in cooperation with other service providers and partners in the community to maximize all available resources.
Third Grade Academy
The mission of the Third Grade Reading Academy Fund is to confront the deficit of Third Grade students who failed the reading portion of the ISTEP test.
Wayne County Historical Museum
Comprised of eight buildings on a compact site, the museum is a unique repository of Wayne County and Richmond history from early pioneer life through the industrial revolution into modern times.
Wayne County Literacy Coalition
The Wayne County Literacy Coalition, Inc. (WCLC) is a non-profit organization providing free individual tutoring to adults in the Wayne County, Indiana area.
Wayne County Minority Health Coalition
Wayne County Minority Health Coalition is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit corporation and an affiliate of the Indiana Minority Health Coalition. The coalition is dedicated to reducing and eliminating health disparities by providing health education, referrals, and health screenings to underserved populations throughout the county, particularly targeting minority groups.
YWCA/Genesis of the YWCA
The YWCA continues to evolve to meet today's challenges in eliminating racism and empowering women. They've launched a revitalized brand that reaffirms the mission of working aggressively for women and people of color and are engaging women 18- to 34-years old to carry on the YWCA mission for years to come. The YWCA advocacy issues reflect our mission and the values of our organization. They promote solutions to improve the lives of women, girls and people of color across the country.