Indiana Association of United Ways
3901 North Meridian Street, Suite 306
Indianapolis, IN 46208-4026
The network is a regionally-based service providing workshops, board retreats, and consultant referral to meet the needs of nonprofit organizations in the state of Indiana. For General Information about the Indiana Nonprofit Resource Network contact Indiana Association of United Ways.
Nonprofit organizations have become more professionalized, and thus it is important for future managers to have access to as many tools and resources as possible. The Nonprofit Management Association (NMA) hopes to provide students with the opportunity to share ideas and supplement their education. The Nonprofit Management Association will accomplish this vision by providing workshops, seminars, and presentations, as well as organize visits to local nonprofit organizations and other relevant facilities, to focus on nonprofit issues and the challenges that students will face as future nonprofit managers. Please see our website for more details.
The Indiana Peace & Justice Network (IPJN) is a grassroots coalition of peace and social justice activists and supporters from throughout the state of Indiana. Through our official website and discussion list IPJN provides Hoosier peacemakers a place in which to share ideas, strategies, resources and working tools to help build a more peaceful and just world, on both the local and national level.
IPJN was founded at a meeting in West Lafayette in the fall of 2002 where about 30 people from around the state met for the first time. We hope to serve the broader peace and justice community by:
1) Coordinating state-wide events
2) Sharing information and resources
3) Mobilizing Indiana residents for regional and national events
Burnin Daylight Productions is a fledgling, not-for-profit acting troupe. No strangers to the stage, these alumni of the Masqued Crafters decided to capitalize on their existing camaraderie and strike out on their own. This ensemble brings youth, energy and an obvious love for the boards to every aspect of a theatrical production. The mission of Burnin Daylight Productions is to provide its members with opportunities to design, direct, and act in existing or original plays.
The NonProfit Alliance is a collaboration among some 400 non-profit organizations in and around Monroe County. Its mission is to to enrich the local community by strengthening the nonprofit sector through communication, collaboration, professional development and outreach.
Bloomington Area Music provides support for the Bloomington, Indiana music community through advocacy, networking and education. BAM! envisions an integrated and collaborative Bloomington Music Community in which musicians are educated in the pursuit of professional performance, supportive trades and local businesses prosper, and local residents become entertained and inspired through music spanning cultures and genres.
Jazz from Bloomington (JfB) was formed in 1999 by Bloomington and area jazz musicians and aficionados as an outgrowth of a concert to raise funds for rejuvenation of the Indiana (Buskirk-Chumley) Theatre.
1101 N. Dunn St.
Bloomington, IN 47408
Windfall Dancers is Bloomington's oldest community modern dance collective. We are a fully qualified 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization governed by a board of directors. Windfall is comprised of a community of people who love to dance. Windfall Dancers is always working to make sure that Bloomington has a space where the community can come together to create, learn, and enjoy dance!