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2012 SCC Brochure.indd - State Combined Campaign

2012 State Combined Campaign Giving Guide

I GIVE1


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Why I Give.

by Kay S. Dement

Department of Industrial Relations

Henry Drummond said “You will find, as you look

back on your life, that the moments that stand

out are the moments when you have done

things for others.”

Have you ever provided a homeless family with

a warm and safe place to sleep, or delivered a

hot meal to a homebound senior?

Have you ever given a group of kids a safe

place to play away from the street, or helped a

disabled adult realize their potential to be an

active member of their community?

If you have ever given to the State Combined Campaign, the answer

is “yes.”

I remember my first trip to Chicago. Seeing the homeless was

overwhelming to me. We are lucky to live in Alabama where homelessness

is not as severe. Seeing that many homeless people was

a wakeup call for me.

On my 2 nd night in the ‘Windy City’, I was walking out of a pizza parlor

with some leftover pizza in a box. It was only October but it was

already freezing in Chicago. A homeless man was sitting on a curb.

He looked up at me and asked if I had food in that box. I gave him

the box and I will never forget the smile he gave me. He was not

what I had always heard about the homeless. He wasn’t drunk. He

wasn’t crazy. He was just a man. He was a man who gave me a

big smile and said ‘thank you’. He was just a man who was down

on his luck.

For the rest of that trip, I brought extra food every time we went out

to eat because I liked that feeling of helping someone.

But, let’s face it, none of us have time to go around feeding the

homeless every night; but we can help the charities who know how

to help those in need.

I am asking those who give every year to keep giving. I am asking

those who have not donated in the past to please consider helping

the people who are less fortunate than you. Just one dollar a

month would mean so much…would make such a difference.

I GIVE. Will you?

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State Campaign

FAQs

The State Combined Campaign (SCC) is much more than just a fundraising

effort; it’s the once-a-year charitable workplace payroll deduction

campaign for state employees. The 2012 Campaign will begin August 29

and end December 31st. The SCC supports the work of Alabama charities.

The SCC is a designations campaign – you designate where your

funds go! These agencies fight disease, make life more meaningful for the

young and aged, assist the impoverished, and helps Alabamians statewide

– improving life and making a real difference in our communities! Our goal

this year is 100% participation. THANK YOU for giving to the charity of

your choice!

How can I give? You can give either through payroll deduction or through

a one-time gift given through cash or check. The minimum amount

through payroll deduction is $1.00 per month and the maximum number of

deductions is 12. Please check with your Statewide Coordinator to see if

your department or agency honors gifts of less than 12 deductions. Please

make checks payable to the “State Combined Campaign.”

How do I designate my gift? The pledge form has a special section to

designate your gift. Each charitable agency listed in the “Campaign Guide”

has been assigned a 6-digit code. Enter this code in the designated space

and specify how much of your total gift you wish each agency to receive.

To receive acknowledgement for your gift, a minimum designation amount

of $25 is requested to each agency and check the “yes” box to receive

acknowledgement. Acknowledgements may not be processed for gifts less

than $25.

Each charity will have a (xx%) that accompanies 25-word description.

This represents the percentage of total revenues spent for fundraising and

administrative purposes. For example, 25% means that charity uses 25

cents out of every dollar raised for fundraising and administrative purposes.

What charities are eligible and how are they selected? The SCC is

open to health and human charities statewide. The application process

is held in February each year. There are two classifications of charities:

federations and federated agencies and unaffiliated (independent) charities.

Each charity applied to the State Steering Committee and Local

Agency Review Committees for participation, with the Steering Committee

reviewing statewide applications and LARCs reviewing local applications

from their specified geography. State Law dictates the criteria ensuring

participating agencies are good stewards with your donations.

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081105 2 nd CHANCE, INC.

021884 4-H CLUBS OF CULLMAN CO.

053001 A. G. GASTON BOYS & GIRLS CLUB, INC.

999950 ADAPTIVE AQUATICS, INC.

999207 AFRICAN MEDICAL AND RESEARCH FOUNDATION (AMREF)

999203 AFRICARE

031413 AGAPE OF NORTH ALABAMA

106442 AID TO INMATE MOTHERS

117401 AIDE FOR ANIMALS

053017 AIDS ALABAMA, INC,

999955 ALABAMA BAPTIST CHILDREN’S HOMES

127910 ALABAMA EASTER SEAL SOCIETY

106526 ALABAMA EASTER SEALS, LEE CO. CHAPTER

053006 ALABAMA GOODWILL INDUSTRIES, INC.

053007 ALABAMA HEAD INJURY FOUNDATION (CENTRAL AL)

049526 ALABAMA HEAD INJURY FOUNDATION (WEST AL)

999417 ALABAMA HEAD INJURY FOUNDATION, INC. (STATEWIDE)

999959 ALABAMA KIDNEY FOUNDATION (STATEWIDE)

053008 ALABAMA KIDNEY FOUNDATION, INC. (CENTRAL AL)

106814 ALABAMA KIDNEY FOUNDATION, MONTGOMERY CHAPTER

054010 ALABAMA KIWANIS FND. (CENTRAL AL)

063602 ALABAMA KIWANIS FND/JEAN DEAN RIF (ETOWAH/CHEROKEE)

082210 ALABAMA KIWANIS FND/JEAN DEAN RIF (EAST CENTRAL AL)

010206 ALABAMA KIWANIS FND/JEAN DEAN RIF (NORTHWEST AL)

106823 ALABAMA KIWANIS FND/JEAN DEAN RIF (SOUTH CENTRAL AL)

999951 ALABAMA KIWANIS FND/JEAN DEAN RIF (STATEWIDE)

022003 ALABAMA KIWANIS JEAN DEAN RIF (NORTH CENTRAL AL)

999960 ALABAMA PARTNERSHIP FOR CHILDREN

999966 ALABAMA RURAL COALITION FOR THE HOMELESS (ARCH)

053009 ALETHEIA HOUSE, INC.

106224 ALExAnDEr CiTy MEALS ON WHEELS

127912 ALFRED SALIBA FAMILY SERVICE CENTER

082207 ALL SAINTS INTERFAITH CENTER OF CONCERN

117002 ALPHA PREGNANCY TESTING CENTER, SAV-A-LIFE, INC.

031414 ALS ASSOCIATION ALABAMA CHAPTER

999427 ALZHEIMER’S OF CENTRAL ALABAMA

128001 ALZHEIMER’S RESOURCE CENTER, INC.

999956 AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY (STATEWIDE)

106401 AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY MID-SOUTH DIVISION (RIVER REGION)

053010 AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY, MID-SOUTH DIVISION, INC. (CENTRAL AL)

999409 AMERICAN FOUNDATION FOR SUICIDE PREVENTION

053011 AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION, SOUTHEAST AFFILIATE

999235 AMERICAN JEWISH WORLD SERVICE

999204 AMERICAN NEAR EAST REFUGEE AID (ANERA)

023001 AMERICAN RED CROSS - LAWRENCE CO.

021592 AMERICAN RED CROSS - LIMESTONE CO.

021001 AMERICAN RED CROSS - MORGAN CO.

106822 AMERICAN RED CROSS – SOUTH CENTRAL AL

117018 AMERICAN RED CROSS – WASHINGTON CO.

127909 AMERICAN RED CROSS – WIREGRASS CHAPTER

101010 AMERICAN RED CROSS (DALLAS CO.)

083002 AMERICAN RED CROSS (EAST CENTRAL AL)

063502 AMERICAN RED CROSS (ETOWAH)

117501 AMERICAN RED CROSS (MONROE CO.)

031988 AMERICAN RED CROSS MADISON/MARSHALL CO. CHAPTER

106406 AMERICAN RED CROSS OF CENTRAL ALABAMA

010002 AMERICAN RED CROSS OF NORTHWEST ALABAMA

106204 AMERICAN RED CROSS TALLAPOOSA CHAPTER

053012 AMERICAN RED CROSS, BIRMINGHAM AREA CHAPTER

081122 AMERICAN RED CROSS, CALHOUN AND CLEBURNE COUNTIES

106302 AMERICAN RED CROSS, CHILTON CO.

031692 AMERICAN RED CROSS, JACKSON CO. CHAPTER

106601 AMERICAN RED CROSS, RUSSELL CO. CHAPTER

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ALPHABETICAL STATEWIDE AND LOCAL AGENCY QUICK REFERENCE LISTING

049502 AMERICAN RED CROSS, WEST ALABAMA CHAPTER

117101 AMERICAN RED CROSS-ALABAMA GULF COAST CHAPTER - BALDWIN

117003 AMERICAN RED CROSS-ALABAMA GULF COAST CHAPTER – SOUTHWEST AL

999202 AMERICAN REFUGEE COMMITTEE

999206 AMERICARES FOUNDATION, INC.

999969 ARC OF ALABAMA, THE

083006 ARC OF DEKALB COUNTY

106419 ARC OF EASTERN ELMORE CO., INC

031699 ARC OF JACKSON COUNTY, THE

053015 ARC OF JEFFERSON CO.

031999 ARC OF MADISON COUNTY, INC., THE

021002 ARC OF MORGAN CO.

053055 ARC OF SHELBY CO. INC.

053016 ARC OF ST. CLAIR CO.

010004 ARC OF THE SHOALS, THE

049515 ARC OF TUSCALOOSA, THE

053013 ARC OF WALKER CO.

031420 ARTHRITIS FOUNDATION, SOUTHEAST REGION, INC. (MADISON/JACKSON)

999958 ARTHRITIS FOUNDATION, SOUTHEAST REGION, INC. (STATEWIDE)

049501 ARTS ‘N AUTISM, INC.

117103 ASSOCIATION FOR RETARDED CITIZENS OF BALDWIN COUNTY, INC.

021597 ATHENS-LIMESTONE ARC

021595 ATHENS-LIMESTONE COUNSELING CENTER

106506 AUBURN & OPELIKA DIXIE LEAGUE BASEBALL

106504 AUBURN CITY SCHOOLS DENTAL CLINIC

106505 AUBURN DAY CARE CENTERS

106427 AUTAUGA CO. FAMILY SUPPORT CENTER

106801 AUTAUGA INTERFAITH CARE CENTER (AICC)

106422 AUTAUGA WESTERN ELMORE ARC (LOUISE M. SMITH DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER)

999428 AUTISM SOCIETY OF ALABAMA

117105 BALDWIN COUNTY MENTAL HEALTH CENTER, INC.

117131 BALDWIN FAMILY VIOLENCE SHELTER, (THE LIGHTHOUSE)

117102 BAY AREA FOOD BANK, INC. (BALDWIN)

117004 BAY AREA FOOD BANK, INC. (SOUTHWEST AL)

053005 BETTER BASICS, INC.

081115 BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS OF NORTHEAST ALABAMA

053018 BIG BROTHERS/BIG SISTERS OF GREATER BIRMINGHAM

021020 BIG BROTHERS/BIG SISTERS OF MORGAN CO.

010005 BIG BROTHERS/BIG SISTERS OF THE SHOALS

053023 BLOUNT CO. CHILDREN’S CENTER, INC. BLOUNT CO. CHILDREN’S CENTER, INC.

101017 BOSCO FOOD CENTER

127914 BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA - ALABAMA/FLORIDA COUNCIL

031689 BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA (JACKSON CO.)

021587 BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA (LIMESTONE CO.)

053025 BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA BLACK WARRIOR COUNCIL – CENTRAL AL

049505 BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA, BLACK WARRIOR COUNCIL – WEST AL

053024 BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA, GREATER ALABAMA COUNCIL – CENTRAL AL

083003 BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA, GREATER ALABAMA COUNCIL - EAST CENTRAL AL

063506 BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA, GREATER ALABAMA COUNCIL - ETOWAH

021786 BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA, MARSHALL CO.

117104 BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA, MOBILE AREA COUNCIL (BALDWIN CO.)

117021 BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA, MOBILE AREA COUNCIL (SOUTHWEST AL)

021003 BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA, TENNESSEE VALLEY COUNCIL (MORGAN CO.)

106303 BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA, TUKABATCHEE AREA COUNCIL (CHILTON CO.)

101015 BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA, TUKABATCHEE AREA COUNCIL (DALLAS CO.)

106407 BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA, TUKABATCHEE AREA COUNCIL (RIVER REGION)

010006 BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA-GREATER ALABAMA COUNCIL (NORTHWEST AL)

106205 BOY SCOUTS TUKABATCHEE AREA (LAKE MARTIN AREA)

106613 BOY SCOUTS, CHATTAHOOCHEE COUNCIL

053027 BOYS & GIRLS CLUB OF CENTRAL ALABAMA, INC.

106408 BOYS & GIRLS CLUB OF MONTGOMERY, INC.

010003 BOYS & GIRLS CLUB OF NORTHWEST ALABAMA

127915 BOYS & GIRLS CLUB OF SOUTHEAST ALABAMA

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063507 BOYS & GIRLS CLUBS OF NE ALABAMA (ETOWAH CO.)

031962 BOYS & GIRLS CLUBS OF NORTH ALABAMA (MADISON)

021581 BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB OF GREATER LIMESTONE CO.

031686 BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB OF NORTHEAST ALABAMA (JACKSON)

023004 BOYS AND GIRLS CLUBS OF MORGAN AND LAWRENCE COS (LAWRENCE CO.)

021004 BOYS AND GIRLS CLUBS OF MORGAN AND LAWRENCE COUNTIES (MORGAN CO.)

117005 BOYS AND GIRLS CLUBS OF SOUTH ALABAMA, INC.

106206 BOYS AND GIRLS CLUBS OF THE LAKE MARTIN AREA

106409 BRANTWOOD CHILDREN’S HOME

031670 BRIDGEPORT DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT

101011 CAHABA CENTER FOR MENTAL HEALTH

053019 CAHABA VALLEY HEALTH CARE INC.

081109 CALHOUN CLEBURNE CHILDREN’S CENTER

081126 CALHOUN COUNTY RSVP

106201 CAMP ASCCA

106437 CAMP ASCCA, EASTER SEALS (RIVER REGION)

053029 CAMP FIRE USA CENTRAL ALABAMA COUNCIL

999412 CAMP SMILE A MILE

106207 CAMPFIRE USA

999205 CArE

031698 CARE ASSURANCE SYSTEM FOR THE AGING (CASA)

049523 CARING DAYS ADULT DAY CARE

021598 CASA (Care Assurance System for the Aging and Homebound of Limestone Co)

031998 CASA (CARE ASSURANCE SYSTEM FOR THE AGING AND HOMEBOUND) OF MADISON CO.

083005 CASA OF DEKALB COUNTY

010013 CASA OF FLORENCE/ LAUDERDALE CO

021776 CASA OF MARSHALL CO. CARE (CARE ASSURANCE SYSTEM FOR THE AGING & HOMEBOUND)

031997 CATHOLIC CENTER OF CONCERN

053030 CATHOLIC FAMILY SERVICES (CENTRAL AL)

106410 CATHOLIC SOCIAL SERVICES (RIVER REGION)

117006 CATHOLIC SOCIAL SERVICES (SOUTHWEST AL)

127917 CATHOLIC SOCIAL SERVICES (WIREGRASS)

117112 CATHOLIC SOCIAL SERVICES OF BALDWIN COUNTY

021893 CCCDD (MARGARET JEAN JONES CENTER)

021006 CENTERS FOR THE DEVELOPMENTALLY DISABLED, NORTH CENTRAL ALABAMA

106818 CHARACTER@HEART, INC.

049506 CHILD ABUSE PREVENTION SERVICES

106539 CHILD ADVOCACY CENTER OF EAST ALABAMA

117050 CHILD ADVOCACY CENTER, INC.

106305 CHILD PROTECT (CHILTON CO.)

106413 CHILD PROTECT (RIVER REGION)

053031 CHILDCARE RESOURCES

999211 CHILDFUND INTERNATIONAL

999210 CHILDREN INTERNATIONAL

053033 CHiLDrEn’S AiD

106412 CHILDREN’S CENTER OF MONTGOMERY, INC.

999953 CHILDREN’S FUND

053034 CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL OF ALABAMA (CENTRAL AL)

031492 CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL OF ALABAMA (MADISON/JACKSON)

010207 CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL OF ALABAMA (NORTHWEST AL)

106805 CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL OF ALABAMA (SOUTH CENTRAL AL)

999952 CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL OF ALABAMA (STATEWIDE)

081110 CHILDREN’S SERVICES, INC./PARRIS HOME FOR CHILDREN SERVICES

106307 CHILTON-SHELBY MENTAL HEALTH CENTER

053035 CHRISTIAN LOVE PANTRY

127918 CHRISTIAN MISSION CENTERS

999212 CHRISTIAN REFORMED WORLD RELIEF COMMITTEE (CRWRC)

031996 CHRISTMAS CHARITIES YEAR ROUND

117039 CLARKE COUNTY ARC, INC.

127919 COFFEE CO. FAMILY SERVICES CENTER

010010 COLBERT-LAUDERDALE ATTENTION HOMES

053045 COLLAT JEWISH FAMILY SERVICES

106618 COLUMBUS HOSPICE OF ALABAMA

031682 COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCY (JACKSON CO.)

010012 COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCY (NORTHWEST AL)

117110 COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCY OF SOUTH ALABAMA (BALDWIN CO.)

117010 COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCY OF SOUTH ALABAMA (SOUTHWEST AL)

063606 COMMUNITY ACTION OF ETOWAH COUNTY

999400 COMMUNITY CHARITIES OF ALABAMA, INC.

081111 COMMUNITY ENABLER DEVELOPER, INC.

053059 COMMUNITY FOOD BANK OF CENTRAL ALABAMA

021015 COMMUNITY FREE CLINIC OF MORGAN CO.

053003 CONCERNED CITIZENS FOR OUR YOUTH, INC.

063508 COUNCIL ON AGING OF ETOWAH COUNTY, THE

021777 COURT APPOINTED JUVENILE ADVOCACY PROCRAM (CAJA) (MARSHALL CO.)

128003 COVENANT HOSPICE, INC.

010007 CRAMER CHILDREN’S CENTER, THE

101014 CRIPPLED CHILDREN AND ADULTS ASSOCIATION

053036 CRISIS CENTER, INC.

031695 CRISIS SERVICES OF NORTH ALABAMA (JACKSON CO.)

021596 CRISIS SERVICES OF NORTH ALABAMA (LIMESTONE CO.)

031965 CRISIS SERVICES OF NORTH ALABAMA (MADISON CO.)

021011 CRISIS SERVICES OF NORTH ALABAMA (MORGAN CO.)

117009 CRITTENTON YOUTH SERVICES, INC.

021885 CULLMAN CARING FOR KIDS

106209 D.A.R.E. (DRUG ABUSE RESISTANCE EDUCATION)

063509 DARDEN REHABILITATION FOUNDATION

021007 DECATUR MORGAN SENIORS COUNCIL

053038 DEVELOPING ALABAMA YOUTH FOUNDATION, INC.

106520 DOMESTIC VIOLENCE INTERVENTION CENTER (LEE CO.)

106221 DOMESTIC VIOLENCE INTERVENTION CENTER (LAKE MARTIN)

117109 DRUG EDUCATION COUNCIL (BALDWIN CO.)

117012 DRUG EDUCATION COUNCIL (SOUTHWEST AL)

117013 DUMAS WESLEY COMMUNITY CENTER

106518 EAST ALABAMA MENTAL HEALTH/MENTAL RETARDATION CENTER

106519 EAST ALABAMA SERVICES FOR THE ELDERLY

999415 EASTER SEALS ALABAMA, INC.

023026 EASTER SEALS ALABAMA, LAWRENCE COUNTY CHAPTER

106402 EASTER SEALS CENTRAL ALABAMA REHABILITATION & CAREER CENTER

021891 EASTER SEALS OF CULLMAN CO.

021790 EASTER SEALS OF MARSHALL CO.

053002 EASTEr SEALS OF THE BIRMINGHAM AREA

106314 EASTER SEALS PEDIATRIC REHAB

010011 EASTER SEALS REHABILITATION CENTER NORTHWEST ALABAMA

031688 EASTER SEALS SOCIETY, JACKSON COUNTY CHAPTER

049519 EASTER SEALS WEST ALABAMA

999237 ECHO

117115 ECUMENICAL MINISTRIES

117044 EDUCATIONAL CENTER FOR INDEPENDENCE, INC.

106403 ELMORE/AUTAUGA COMMUNITY ACTION COMMITTEE

127923 ENTERPRISE YMCA

117014 EPILEPSY FOUNDATION OF ALABAMA (SOUTHWEST AL)

999965 EPILEPSY FOUNDATION OF ALABAMA (STATEWIDE)

063511 ETOWAH COMMUNITY FOOD BANK

063503 ETOWAH FREE COMMUNITY CLINIC

127934 EXCHANGE CENTER FOR CHILD ABUSE PREVENTION, THE

127929 EXCHANGE CENTER FOR CHILD ABUSE PREVENTION, THE

106821 FAITH BROADCASTING, INC. (SOUTH CENTRAL AL)

128005 FAITH BROADCASTING, INC. (WIREGRASS)

021021 FAMILIES AND CHILDREN EXPERIENCING SEPARATION (FACES)

106622 FAMILY CENTER OF COLUMBUS, THE

053040 FAMILY CONNECTION, INC.

117015 FAMILY COUNSELING CENTER OF MOBILE, INC.

117111 FAMILY COUNSELING CENTER OF MOBILE, INC. (BALDWIN)

049507 FAMILY COUNSELING SERVICE OF TUSCALOOSA CO.

106414 FAMILY GUIDANCE CENTER OF ALABAMA

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117402 FAMILY PROMISE OF COASTAL ALABAMA

053037 FAMILY RESOURCE CENTER OF NORTHWEST ALABAMA

021783 FAMILY SERVICES OF NORTH AL (MARSHALL CO. VISITATION AND FAMILY SERVICES)

063515 FAMILY SUCCESS CENTER (ETOWAH)

106312 FAMILY SUNSHINE CENTER (CHILTON)

106415 FAMILY SUNSHINE CENTER (RIVER REGION)

106623 FEEDING THE VALLEY, INC.

053041 FELLOWSHIP HOUSE

999238 FINCA INTERNATIONAL

049508 FOCUS ON SENIOR CITIZENS OF TUSCALOOSA CO., INC.

106225 FOOD BANK OF EAST ALABAMA (LAKE MARTIN)

106516 FOOD BANK OF EAST ALABAMA / COMMUNITY MARKET (LEE CO.)

021794 FOOD BANK OF NORTH ALABAMA

083009 FORT PAYNE-DEKALB CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER

023005 FOSTER GRANDPARENT/SENIOR COMPANION (LAWRENCE CO.)

021890 FOSTER GRANDPARENTS/SENIOR COMPANIONS (CULLMAN CO.)

021009 FOSTER GRANDPARENTS/SENIOR COMPANIONS (MORGAN CO.)

023003 FOUNDATION FOR MENTAL HEALTH

999214 FREEDOM FROM HUNGER

022001 FRIENDS OF REGIONAL HOSPITAL

031696 FRIENDS OF THE FAMILY OF JACKSON COUNTY

063601 GADSDEN-ETOWAH HABITAT FOR HUMANITY, INC.

053039 GATEWAY

127904 GENEVA CO. FAMILY SERVICE CENTER

106416 GIFT OF LIFE FOUNDATION, INC.

081114 GIRL SCOUTS OF NORTH-CENTRAL ALABAMA (CALHOUN CO.)

053042 GIRL SCOUTS OF NORTH-CENTRAL ALABAMA (CENTRAL AL)

106309 GIRL SCOUTS OF NORTH-CENTRAL ALABAMA (CHILTON CO.)

021883 GIRL SCOUTS OF NORTH-CENTRAL ALABAMA (CULLMAN CO.)

083001 GIRL SCOUTS OF NORTH-CENTRAL ALABAMA (EAST CENTRAL AL)

063516 GIRL SCOUTS OF NORTH-CENTRAL ALABAMA (ETOWAH CO.)

031687 GIRL SCOUTS OF NORTH-CENTRAL ALABAMA (JACKSON CO.)

021585 GIRL SCOUTS OF NORTH-CENTRAL ALABAMA (LIMESTONE CO.)

031976 GIRL SCOUTS OF NORTH-CENTRAL ALABAMA (MADISON CO.)

021010 GIRL SCOUTS OF NORTH-CENTRAL ALABAMA (MORGAN CO.)

010014 GIRL SCOUTS OF NORTH-CENTRAL ALABAMA (NORTHWEST AL)

049509 GIRL SCOUTS OF NORTH-CENTRAL ALABAMA (WEST AL)

117116 GIRL SCOUTS OF SOUTHERN ALABAMA (BALDWIN CO.)

101002 GIRL SCOUTS OF SOUTHERN ALABAMA (DALLAS CO.)

106210 GIRL SCOUTS OF SOUTHERN ALABAMA (LAKE MARTIN)

117502 GIRL SCOUTS OF SOUTHERN ALABAMA (MONROE CO.)

106417 GIRL SCOUTS OF SOUTHERN ALABAMA (RIVER REGION)

106802 GIRL SCOUTS OF SOUTHERN ALABAMA (SOUTH CENTRAL AL)

117011 GIRL SCOUTS OF SOUTHERN ALABAMA (SOUTHWEST AL)

127903 GIRL SCOUTS OF SOUTHERN ALABAMA (WIREGRASS)

106614 GIRL SCOUTS, HISTORIC GEORGIA (CHATTAHOOCHEE VALLEY)

127930 GirLS inC.

053043 GIRLS INCORPORATED OF CENTRAL ALABAMA

023006 GIRLS SCOUTS OF NORTH ALABAMA (LAWRENCE CO.)

053026 GLENWOOD, INC.

999200 GLOBAL IMPACT

021872 GOOD SAMARITAN HEALTH CLINIC

117117 GOODWILL EASTER SEALS OF THE GULF COAST, INC. (BALDWIN)

117017 GOODWILL EASTER SEALS OF THE GULF COAST, INC. (SOUTHWEST AL)

106615 GOODWILL INDUSTRIES

106418 GOODWILL INDUSTRIES OF CENTRAL ALABAMA

031418 GREATER ALABAMA COUNCIL, BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA

053070 GREATER BIRMINGHAM HABITAT FOR HUMANITY, INC.

117024 GULF REGIONAL CHILDCARE MANAGEMENT AGENCY, INC

023027 HABITAT FOR HUMANITY (LAWRENCE CO.)

021580 HABITAT FOR HUMANITY (LIMESTONE CO.)

117019 HABITAT FOR HUMANITY IN MOBILE CO.

106817 HABITAT FOR HUMANITY OF AUTAUGA AND CHILTON COS.

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ALPHABETICAL STATEWIDE AND LOCAL AGENCY QUICK REFERENCE LISTING

106310 HABITAT FOR HUMANITY OF AUTAUGA AND CHILTON COS. (CHILTON)

022004 HABITAT FOR HUMANITY OF MORGAN CO. 054012 HAND-IN-PAW, INC.

031966 HARRIS HOME FOR CHILDREN, INC.

127931 HAWK-HOUSTON BOYS & GIRLS CLUB

106212 HEAD STArT

010008 HEALING PLACE, THE

031967 HEALS, INC

999215 HEALTH VOLUNTEERS OVERSEAS, INC.

999957 HEART GALLEY ALABAMA

999216 HEIFER INTERNATIONAL

999217 HELEN KELLER INTERNATIONAL

082203 HELPING EVERY AREA RESIDENT TO SUCCEED (HEARTS)

117503 HIPPY OF MONROE COUNTY

053032 HISPANIC INTEREST COALITION OF ALABAMA

117001 HOME OF GRACE FOR WOMEN, INC.

117121 HOME OF GRACE FOR WOMEN, INC.

031986 HOSPICE FAMILY CARE

021889 HOSPICE OF CULLMAN CO.

021591 HOSPICE OF LIMESTONE CO.

021789 HOSPICE OF MARSHALL CO.

106420 HOSPICE OF MONTGOMERY, INC.

023008 HOSPICE OF THE VALLEY (LAWRENCE CO.)

021012 HOSPICE OF THE VALLEY (MORGAN CO.)

049510 HOSPICE OF WEST ALABAMA

127932 HOUSE OF RUTH, THE

106803 HUMANE SOCIETY OF ELMORE COUNTY

031985 HUNTSVILLE REHABILITATION CENTER dba PHOENIX

053004 IMPACT FAMILY COUNSELING

053020 INDEPENDENT LIVING RESOURCES OF GREATER BIRMINGHAM, INC.

999213 INTERNATIONAL EYE FOUNDATION

999239 INTERNATIONAL ORTHODOX CHRISTIAN CHARITIES

999222 INTERNATIONAL RELIEF TEAMS

999230 INTERNATIONAL RESCUE COMMITTEE

999244 INTERNATIONAL YOUTH FOUNDATION

106810 IRON MEN OUTDOOR MINISTRIES, INC.

031685 JACKSON COUNTY 4-H CLUBS

031694 JACKSON COUNTY CHRISTMAS CHARITIES

031600 JACKSON COUNTY UNITED GIVERS FUND

081106 JACKSONVILLE MEALS ON WHEELS

063517 JAMES M. BARRIE CENTER FOR CHILDREN

083004 KELLEY’S RAINBOW (dba Marshall Co. Coalition Against Domestic Violence)

999413 KID ONE TRANSPORT

117403 L’ARCHE MOBILE, INC.

106200 LAKE MARTIN AREA UNITED WAY

106216 LAKE MARTIN LAUBACH LITERACY COUNCIL

054003 LAKESHORE FOUNDATION

023020 LAWRENCE CO. 4-H PROGRAM

023002 LAWRENCE CO. ASSOCIATION OF RETARDED CITIZENS

023007 LAWRENCE COUNTY COMMISSION ON AGING

023028 LAWRENCE COUNTY COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS

023010 LAWRENCE COUNTY FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY

023012 LAWRENCE COUNTY RESCUE SQUAD

021584 LEARN TO READ COUNCIL

106530 LEE CO. LITERACY COALITION

053044 LEVITE JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER

106421 LIGHTHOUSE COUNSELING CENTER, INC.

106218 LIGHTHOUSE OF TALLAPOOSA CO., THE

021586 LIMESTONE CO. 4-H PROGRAM

053047 LITERACY COUNCIL OF CENTRAL ALABAMA, THE

101008 LITERACY OUTREACH PROGRAM

127920 LIVING WATERS COUNSELING INC.

999410 LUKEMIA & LYMPHOMA SOCIETY, ALABAMA/GULF COAST CHAPTER

999228 LUTHERAN WORLD RELIEF

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054008 MAKE-A-WISH FOUNDATION® OF GEORGIA AND ALABAMA (CENTRAL AL)

031419 MAKE-A-WISH FOUNDATION® OF GEORGIA AND ALABAMA (MADISON/JACKSON)

063518 MANNA (METROPOLITAN AREA NOON NUTRITION ASSOCIATION)

021799 MARSHALL CO. ARC, INC

021792 MARSHALL CO. CHILD ADVOCACY CENTER

021785 MARSHALL CO. CHILD DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM (CHILDCARE RESOURCE NETWORK)

021781 MARSHALL CO. COALITION AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

021782 MARSHALL CO. HOME PLACE

021780 MARSHALL CO. MEALS ON WHEELS

021778 MARSHALL CO. RETIRED AND SENIOR VOLUNTEER PROGRAM

117113 MARY’S SHELTER

021013 MEALS ON WHEELS

106813 MEDICAL AIDS OUTREACH, INC.

106425 MENTAL HEALTH AMERICA IN MONTGOMERY

063519 MENTAL HEALTH AMERICA OF ETOWAH COUNTY

021014 MENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION IN MORGAN CO.

021005 MENTAL HEALTH CENTER OF NORTH CENTRAL ALABAMA (MORGAN CO.)

999218 MERCY CORPS

117022 MOBILE ARC, INC.

117023 MOBILE ASSOCIATION FOR THE BLIND

117008 MOBILE BAR ASSOCIATION VOUNTEER LAWYERS PROGRAM

117119 MOBILE PRESCHOOL CENTER FOR THE SENSORY IMPAIRED (BALDWIN)

117026 MOBILE PRESCHOOL CENTER FOR THE SENSORY IMPAIRED (SOUTHWEST AL)

117505 MONROE CO. HERITAGE MUSEUM

117504 MONROE COUNTY EDUCATION FOUNDATION

117506 MONROE COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY

117507 MONROE HEALTH FOUNDATION

117508 MONROEVILLE AREA YMCA, INC.

106426 MONTGOMERY AREA COUNCIL ON AGING

106812 MONTGOMERY AREA FOOD BANK

106404 MONTGOMERY AREA NONTRADITIONAL EQUESTRIANS (MANE)

106424 MONTGOMERY ASSOCIATION FOR RETARDED CITIZENS, INC.

106807 MONTGOMERY HUMANE SOCIETY

021008 MORGAN CO. CHILD ADVOCACY CENTER

021022 MORGAN CO. RESCUE SQUAD

021025 MORGAN COUNTY SYSTEM OF SERVICES

021788 MOUNTAIN LAKES BEHAVIORAL HEALTHCARE OF MARSHALL CO. - MULTI-NEEDS CHILD

117027 MULHERIN CUSTODIAL HOME

010017 NAMI SHOALS

031973 NATIONAL CHILDREN’S ADVOCACY CENTER

999968 NATIONAL MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS SOCIETY

022006 NEIGHBORHOOD CHRISTIAN CENTER

106429 NELLIE BURGE COMMUNITY CENTER

031690 NORTHEAST ALABAMA HEALTH SERVICES

010018 NORTHWEST ALABAMA COMMUNITY HEALTH ASSOCIATION

010019 NORTHWEST ALABAMA READING AIDES, INC.

053050 OASIS, A WOMEN’S COUNSELING CENTER

999209 OPPORTUNITY INTERNATIONAL

117510 OUR PLACE YOUTH CENTER AND FAMILY THEATER

127913 OZARK-DALE CO. FAMILY SERVICE CENTER

106214 PALMER PLACE CHILD ADVOCACY CENTER

021016 PARENTS AND CHILDREN TOGETHER (PACT)

053066 PARTNERS IN NEIGHBORHOOD GROWTH, INC.

083016 PARTNERSHIP FOR A DRUG-FREE DEKALB COUNTY

106423 PASS - PEERS ARE STAYING STRAIGHT (THE NOBLE IDEA)

053028 PATHWAYS

117028 PENELOPE HOUSE FAMILY VIOLENCE CENTER, INC.

049513 PHOENIX HOUSE

081101 PIEDMONT BENEVOLENCE CENTER

021887 PILOT LIGHT HOUSE OF CULLMAN CO.

999236 PLAN USA

053049 POSITIVE MATURITY, INC.

117404 PRODISEE PANTRY, INC.

999224 PROJECT HOPE

106536 PROJECT UPLIFT

081143 RANDOLPH COUNTY 4-H YOUTH DEVELOPMENT CLUB

106537 RAPE COUNSELORS OF EAST ALABAMA

010021 RAPE RESPONSE

117051 REGIONAL CHILD ADVOCACY CENTER

106219 RESCUE SQUAD

117511 RETIRED SENIOR VOLUNTEER PROGRAM (RSVP)

999416 RONALD MCDONALD HOUSE CHARITIES OF ALABAMA (RMHCA)

117405 RONALD MCDONALD HOUSE CHARITIES OF MOBILE, INC.

999241 ROTARY FOUNDATION OF ROTARY INTERNATIONAL

021582 RSVP (RETIRED AND SENIOR VOLUNTEER PROGRAM)

106616 RUSSELL CO. CHILD ADVOCACY CENTER

101018 SABRA SANCTUARY

053057 SAFEHOUSE OF SHELBY CO., INC.

010023 SAFEPLACE, INC.

023014 SAFEPLACE, INC.

053051 SALVATION ARMY (CENTRAL AL)

101016 SALVATION ARMY (DALLAS CO.)

106538 SALVATION ARMY (LEE CO.)

049514 SALVATION ARMY (WEST AL)

053052 SALVATION ARMY BLOUNT CO.

117040 SALVATION ARMY COASTAL ALABAMA, THE

127938 SALVATION ARMY- GENEVA, HENRY & HOUSTON COUNTIES

021793 SALVATION ARMY OF MARSHALL CO.

127936 SALVATION ARMY SERVICE CENTER - COFFEE AND DALE COUNTIES

053054 SALVATION ARMY WALKER CO.

999225 SALVATION ARMY WORLD SERVICE OFFICE (SAWSO)

083014 SALVATION ARMY, DEKALB COUNTY SERVICE CENTER & THRIFT STORE

031964 SALVATION ARMY, THE

106430 SALVATION ARMY, THE

106612 SALVATION ARMY, THE (CHATTAHOOCHEE VALLEY)

081129 SALVATION ARMY, THE (EAST CENTRAL AL)

063522 SALVATION ARMY, THE (ETOWAH CO.)

106222 SALVATION ARMY, THE (LAKE MARTIN AREA)

023015 SALVATION ARMY, THE (LAWRENCE CO.)

021594 SALVATION ARMY, THE (LIMESTONE CO.)

021017 SALVATION ARMY, THE (MORGAN CO.)

010024 SALVATION ARMY, THE (NORTHWEST AL)

999961 SAMARITAN’S PURSE

106809 SAV-A-LIFE MONTGOMERY, INC.

999226 SAVE THE CHiLDrEn

106405 SECOND CHANCE FOUNDATION

101019 SELMA AREA FOOD BANK

117029 SENIOR CITIZENS SERVICES, INC.

053067 SHELBY COUNTY CHILDREN’S ADVOCACY CENTER, INC.

053056 SHELBY EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE, INC.

117122 SHOULDER OF THE CENTRAL GULF COAST, INC., THE

053048 SICKLE CELL ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA, CENTRAL ALABAMA CHAPTER

117032 SICKLE CELL DISEASE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA, MOBILE CHAPTER, INC.

106432 SICKLE CELL FOUNDATION OF GREATER MONTGOMERY, INC.

063510 SNELLGROVE CIVITAN CENTER

117512 SOUTH ALABAMA CARES

117124 SOUTH BALDWIN LITERACY COUNCIL

127940 SOUTHEAST ALABAMA YOUTH SERVICES

999404 SOUTHEASTERN DIABETES EDUCATION SERVICES, INC.

117509 SOUTHWEST ALABAMA MENTAL HEALTH/MENTAL RETARDATION BOARD

106308 SPAN (SPECIAL PROGRAMMING FOR ACHIEVEMENT NETWORK) OF CHILTON CO.

101013 SPECIAL PRE-SCHOOL PROGRAM

053064 ST. CLAIR CHILDREN’S ADVOCACY CENTER, INC.

053065 ST. CLAIR CO. DAY PROGRAM, INC.

117030 ST. MARY’S HOME

021018 STERRS DAY CARE & DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER

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031691 STEVENSON FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY

054001 SUSAN G. KOMEN NORTH CENTRAL ALABAMA

106223 TALLAPOOSA AID TO PEOPLE (TAP)

999243 TECHNOSERVE, INC.

106602 TEENS EMPOWERMENT AWARENESS WITH RESOLUTIONS, INC. (TEARS)

049516 TEMPORARY EMERGENCY SERVICE, INC.

031693 TENNESSEE VALLEY FAMILY SERVICES, INC. (JACKSON CO.)

021795 TENNESSEE VALLEY FAMILY SERVICES, INC. (MARSHALL CO.)

023025 TENNESSEE VALLEY OUTREACH (LAWRENCE CO.)

021024 TENNESSEE VALLEY OUTREACH (MORGAN CO.)

021023 TERRELL INDUSTRIES

063525 THirTEEnTH PLACE

053058 TRAVELERS AID SOCIETY OF BIRMINGHAM ALABAMA, INC.

106203 TRI-CO. CHILDREN’S ADVOCACY CENTER

049517 TURNING POINT (SAN, INC.)

049528 TUSCALOOSA’S ONE PLACE (TUSCALOOSA FAMILY RESOURCE CENTER, INC.)

999208 UNICEF, US FUND FOR

999227 UNITARIAN UNIVERSALIST SERVICE COMMITTEE, INC.

063504 UNITED CEREBRAL PALSY (ETOWAH)

053021 UNITED CEREBRAL PALSY OF GREATER BIRMINGHAM INC.

117035 UNITED CEREBRAL PALSY OF MOBILE, INC.

049518 UNITED CEREBRAL PALSY OF WEST ALABAMA

053053 UNITED COMMUNITY CENTER, INC.

083000 UNITED GIVERS FUND OF DEKALB COUNTY

054006 UNITED METHODIST CHILDREN’S HOME (CENTRAL AL)

031480 UNITED METHODIST CHILDREN’S HOME (MADISON/JACKSON)

106815 UNITED METHODIST CHILDREN’S HOME (SOUTH CENTRAL AL)

117411 UNITED METHODIST CHILDREN’S HOME (SOUTHWEST AL)

999954 UNITED METHODIST CHILDREN’S HOME (STATEWIDE)

010205 UNITED METHODIST CHILDREN’S HOME-FLORENCE HOME

128006 UNITED METHODIST CHILDREN’S HOME-WIREGRASS

999229 UNITED METHODIST COMMITTEE ON RELIEF

083015 UNITED SERVICE ORGANIZATION

021583 UNITED SERVICE ORGANIZATION (USO )

021500 UNITED WAY OF ATHENS AND LIMESTONE CO.

117100 UNITED WAY OF BALDWIN COUNTY

053000 UNITED WAY OF CENTRAL ALABAMA, INC.

021800 UNITED WAY OF CULLMAN CO.

081100 UNITED WAY OF EAST CENTRAL ALABAMA

063500 UNITED WAY OF ETOWAH COUNTY

106500 UNITED WAY OF LEE CO.

031900 UNITED WAY OF MADISON COUNTY

021700 UNITED WAY OF MARSHALL CO.

117500 UNITED WAY OF MONROE COUNTY

021000 UNITED WAY OF MORGAN CO.

010001 UNITED WAY OF NORTHWEST ALABAMA, INC.

101000 UNITED WAY OF SELMA & DALLAS CO.

117000 UNITED WAY OF SOUTHWEST ALABAMA, INC.

106600 UNITED WAY OF THE CHATTAHOOCHEE VALLEY

049500 UNITED WAY OF WEST ALABAMA

106300 UNITED WAY, CHILTON CO.

023000 UNITED WAY, LAWRENCE CO.

106400 UNITED WAY, RIVER REGION

106804 UNITED WAYS OF ALABAMA (SOUTH CENTRAL AL)

999970 UNITED WAYS OF ALABAMA (STATEWIDE)

127942 VAUGHN-BLUMBERG CENTER - DOTHAN/HOUSTON CO. MENTAL RETARDATION BOARD

021871 VICTIM SERVICES OF CULLMAN CO.

117046 VICTORY HEALTH PARTNERS

106433 VOLUNTEER AND INFORMATION CENTER, INC.

021019 VOLUNTEER CENTER OF MORGAN CO.

106220 VOLUNTEER CONNECTIONS OF CENTRAL ALABAMA

049527 WEST ALABAMA AIDS OUTREACH

106301 WEST CENTRAL AL REHABILITATION CENTER

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106540 WILLIAM MASON EMERGENCY FUND

117036 WILMER HALL CHILDREN’S HOME

127945 WIREGRASS ANGEL HOUSE

127943 WIREGRASS AREA UNITED WAY FOOD BANK

127905 WIREGRASS HABITAT FOR HUMANITY

127944 WIREGRASS REHABILITATION CENTER

127900 WIREGRASS UNITED WAY

053060 WORKSHOPS FOR THE BLIND AND DISABLED, INC.

999232 WORLD RELIEF

106637 YMCA (CHATTAHOOCHEE VALLEY)

053062 YMCA OF BIRMINGHAM

031972 YMCA OF METROPOLITAN HUNTSVILLE dba Heart of the Valley YMCA

106435 YMCA OF MONTGOMERY, ALABAMA

106436 YMCA OF PRATTVILLE, ALABAMA, INC.

063527 YMCA OF THE COOSA VALLEY

010029 YMCA OF THE SHOALS

049520 YMCA, BARNES BRANCH OF TUSCALOOSA CO., INC.

053061 YMCA, LEGACY (CENTRAL AL)

101005 YMCA, SELMA AND DALLAS COUNTY

053063 YWCA OF CENTRAL ALABAMA

LARC Quick Reference by County

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LARC 1………………………………………………………………............................................... 9

Colbert, Franklin, Lauderdale, and Marion Counties

LARC 2…………………………………………………............................................……………… 10

Cullman, Lawrence, Limestone, Marshall, Morgan, and Winston Counties

LARC 3…………………………………............................................……………………………… 13

Jackson and Madison Counties

LARC 4………………………………………….............................................…………………….. 15

Bibb, Fayette, Greene, Hale, Lamar, Marengo, Pickens, Sumter, and Tuscaloosa

Counties

LARC 5……………………............................................…………………………………………... 16

Blount, Jefferson, Shelby, St. Clair, and Walker Counties

LARC 6…………………………………............................................………………………………. 21

Cherokee and Etowah Counties

LARC 8…………………………………………………………………............................................ 22

Calhoun, Clay, Cleburne, DeKalb, Randolph and Talladega Counties

LARC 10………………………………………………………………............................................. 23

Autauga, Bullock, Butler, Chambers, Chilton, Coosa, Crenshaw, Dallas,

Elmore, Lee, Lowndes, Macon, Montgomery, Perry, Pike, Russell, Tallapoosa

and Wilcox Counties

LARC 11………………………………………………………….........................................………. 28

Baldwin, Choctaw, Clarke, Conecuh, Escambia, Mobile, Monroe, and

Washington Counties

LARC 12…........................................……………………………………………………………….. 31

Barbour, Coffee, Covington, Dale, Geneva, Henry and Houston Counties

STATEWIDE.......................................................................................................... 32

Community Charities of Alabama, Global Impact, and Statewide Unaffilliated


LARC 1 – NORTHWEST ALABAMA

Serving Colbert, Franklin, Lauderdale, Marion Counties

LOCAL UNAFFILIATED AGENCIES

010205

UNITED METHODIST CHILDREN’S HOME-FLORENCE HOME - (800) 239-3575 We help children

and families through spiritual, social, physical, and educational opportunities including residential and

foster care, adoption services and family support programs. (21.6%)

010206

ALABAMA KIWANIS FOUNDATION/JEAN DEAN RIF - (334) 749-5631 Operating as JEAN DEAN

RIF, the foundation puts books in the homes of at-risk young children statewide. (10.2%)

010207

CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL OF ALABAMA - (205) 939-9100 Alabama’s only free-standing hospital

dedicated solely to the care and treatment of children, with13,679 inpatient and 638,161 outpatient

visits in 2011. (8.65%)

LOCAL FEDERATED AGENCIES

010001

UNITED WAY OF NORTHWEST ALABAMA, INC. - (256) 764-5892 Supports a broad range of human

services in Colbert, Franklin, and Lauderdale counties. Governed by local volunteers who assess

needs and allocate to 20 agencies providing over 40 programs. (16%)

(List of Agencies follows)

010002

AMERICAN RED CROSS OF NORTHWEST ALABAMA - (256)764-2911 A humanitarian organization,

led by volunteers, which provides relief to victims of disasters and helps people prevent, prepare

for, and respond to emergencies. (18%)

010004

ARC OF THE SHOALS, THE – (256) 383-1472 Provides wide array of services for adults with intellectual

disabilities. Programs include Hope Haven, Phyllis Lyle Work Center, Torbert, Trapp, Bell,

Hallmark, and Denton Homes. (2%)

010005

BIG BROTHERS/BIG SISTERS OF THE SHOALS - (256) 764-0772 We help children reach their

potential through professionally supported, one-to-one relationships with measurable impact. (11.5%)

010003

BOYS & GIRLS CLUB OF NORTHWEST ALABAMA - (256) 766-8220 A positive place for kids offering

services to children 6-18 years old in the area of Education, Recreation, Character & Leadership,

Arts and Social activities. (10%)

010006

BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA-GREATER ALABAMA COUNCIL - (256) 970-0251 Provides services

to tens of thousands of youth and adults in 22 counties of North Alabama. (14.6%)

010013

CASA OF FLORENCE/ LAUDERDALE CO - (256) 765-0041 Seeks to provide stability and hope to

abused and neglected children in the Foster Care system by matching them with trained, committed

volunteers who advocate for their best interest in Family Court hearings. (1.23%)

010010

COLBERT-LAUDERDALE ATTENTION HOMES - (256) 767-0972 Short-term residential facilities

providing for the needs of disadvantaged children ages 10-18, primarily from Colbert, Franklin, and

Lauderdale counties. (11%)

010012

COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCY - (256) 766-4330 Low-income families/ individuals work toward

achieving self-sufficiency through counseling, budgeting, advocacy, and resource mobilization offered

through the parenting, housing, weatherization, energy assistance, and nutrition programs. (3%)

010007

CRAMER CHILDREN’S CENTER, THE - (256)760-1140 The Cramer Children’s Center is a non-profit

public organization dedicated to assisting children, adolescents, and their families with trauma resulting

from abuse, violence or neglect. (0%)

010011

EASTER SEALS REHABILITATION CENTER NORTHWEST ALABAMA - (256) 381-1110 Provides

physical therapy services to children and adults with disabilities. The Center offers vocational rehabilitation

and a “sheltered workshop” for individuals with disabilities seeking employment. (23%)

010014

GIRL SCOUTS OF NORTH – CENTRAL ALABAMA, INC. - (800) 734-4541 Builds girls of courage,

confidence, and character who make the world a better place through quality programming for girls

ages five to seventeen. (10%)

010008

HEALING PLACE, THE - (256) 383-1733 The Healing Place provides bereavement support groups,

both on-site and in schools, to children and families who have experienced the death of a loved one.

(19%)

010017

NAMI SHOALS - (256) 765-2081 Self-help support, educational, and advocacy organization for families

and people with serious mental illnesses providing monthly support groups, educational programs,

and community education. (4.8%)

010018

NORTHWEST ALABAMA COMMUNITY HEALTH ASSOCIATION - (256)760-4713 To provide high

quality, efficient, health and dental care to Shoals area adults and youth who do not have health insurance.

(10%)

010019

NORTHWEST ALABAMA READING AIDES, INC. - (256) 766-5709 We tutor adults how to read in a

confidential atmosphere on a one-to-one basis. Tutoring is free and classes are customized to meet

the students schedule. (10%)

010021

RAPE RESPONSE - (256) 765-0025 Provides services to victims of sexual violence in the Shoals and

sexual violence prevention programs for the community. (7.2%)

010023

SAFEPLACE, INC. - (256) 767-3076 Provides crisis line, residential, court advocacy, referral, counseling,

support groups, outreach, training, education, and prevention services to victims of domestic

violence in six counties. (12%)

010024

SALVATION ARMY, THE - (256) 764-4432 Non-profit, charitable, religious organization. Provides

on-site temporary shelter and emergency assistance programs. (21%)

010029

YMCA OF THE SHOALS - (256) 246-9622 Provides affordable childcare, youth development, health

and fitness programs, and offers scholarships to those in need. (17%)

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LARC 2 – NORTH CENTRAL ALABAMA

Serving Cullman, Lawrence, Limestone, Marshall, Morgan and

Winston Counties

LOCAL FEDERATED AGENCIES

021800UNITED WAY OF CULLMAN CO. – (256) 739-2948 Raises and allocates funds annually to 17

Cullman CO. agencies which provide social, health, and other human services. Local volunteer board

monitors agencies for accountability and community impact. (10%)

(List of Agencies Follows)

021893

CCCDD (MARGARET JEAN JONES CENTER) – (256) 737-1915 Provides developmentally disabled

adults and children with the opportunity to reach their optimal skill level and become a functional part of

the Cullman community. (3%)

021885

CULLMAN CARING FOR KIDS – (256) 739-1111 Provides families at risk with the parenting skills

necessary to achieve a healthy family unit. Operates United Way Community Food Bank. (26%)

021891

EASTER SEALS OF CULLMAN CO. – (256) 739-1937 Provides direct services to children and senior

adults with disabilities who reside in Cullman CO. (15%)

021890

FOSTER GRANDPARENTS/SENIOR COMPANIONS (CULLMAN CO.) – (256) 260-3122 Volunteers,

age 55+, mentor and tutor children with special needs and provide in-home help to at-risk adults. (4%)

021884

4-H CLUBS OF CULLMAN CO. – (256) 737-9386 Open to all youth, ages 9-19. Strives to provide

educational opportunities while also teaching leadership, citizenship, responsibility, social skills, teamwork,

and decision making. (0%)

021883

GIRL SCOUTS OF NORTH ALABAMA, INC. (CULLMAN CO.) – (256) 883-1020 Girls, ages 5-17,

discover the fun, friendship and power of girls together while developing values, character and life

skills. (12%)

021872

GOOD SAMARITAN HEALTH CLINIC – (256) 775-1389 Provides quality medical, pharmaceutical

and dental services to the working families without access to healthcare insurance. (0.53%)

021889

HOSPICE OF CULLMAN CO. – (256) 739-5185 Provides physical, emotional, psychological and

spiritual care, promoting dignity and quality of life for the terminally ill and their families. (0%)

021887

PILOT LIGHT HOUSE OF CULLMAN CO. – (256) 739-1937 Provides emergency care for abused

and neglected children in Cullman CO. (0%)

021871

VICTIM SERVICES OF CULLMAN CO. – (256) 775-2600 Dedicated to helping survivors of family

violence and sexual assault rebuild their lives; providing safe shelter, counseling, education, information

& referral, and other supportive services. (24%)

021500

UNITED WAY OF ATHENS AND LIMESTONE CO. – (256) 233-2323 Dedicated to building a stronger

community through financial, educational and physical support of our 18 member agencies who provide

Limestone County citizens with health and human services programs. (4%)

(List of Agencies Follows)

021592

AMERICAN RED CROSS (LIMESTONE CO.) – (256) 232-6820 Provides services to families and

communities through blood services, disaster relief, service to military members in crisis, and health/

safety education. (14%)

021597

ATHENS-LIMESTONE ARC – (256) 232-2303 Supports operation of the Birdie Thornton Center,

which provides meaningful employment, self-help instruction, and activities for individuals with mental

retardation. (6.9%)

021595

ATHENS-LIMESTONE COUNSELING CENTER – (256) 232-3661 An Outpatient Psychiatric Clinic of

the Mental Health Center of North Central Alabama offering a wide range of psychiatric, psychological

and counseling services to all ages. (18.3%)

021587

BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA (LIMESTONE CO.) – (256) 883-7071 Develop character, give citizenship

training, mental and physical fitness for boys ages 6-18 as well as hobbies and vocational

explorations for young men and women ages 14 – 21. (3.6%)

021581

BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB OF GREATER LIMESTONE CO. – (256) 232-5545 Provides character for

all youth, through various programs that stress Education, Health & Life Skills, the Arts, Character &

Leadership and Sports, Fitness and Recreation. (19%)

021598

CASA (Care Assurance System for the Aging and Homebound of Limestone Co) – (256) 777-

1038 Serves aging and homebound residents of Limestone Co. through use of volunteers; fills gaps of

unmet needs to maintain client independence, dignity, health, and safety. (23%)

021596

CRISIS SERVICES OF NORTH ALABAMA (LIMESTONE CO.) – (256) 716-1000 or 1-800-691-8624

Responds to people in crisis. Services include 24-hour crisis line, victim services/advocacy for rape/

domestic violence, information/referrals for community resources. (15.3%)

021585

GIRL SCOUTS OF NORTH ALABAMA, INC. – 800-410-8338 Girls, ages 5-17, discover the fun,

friendship and power of girls together while developing values, character and life skills. (7.6%)

021580

HABITAT FOR HUMANITY – (256) 230-6001 Provides affordable housing, offering low-income families

the opportunity to own a home based on need, ability to pay and the willingness to partner. (9%)

021591

HOSPICE OF LIMESTONE CO. – (256) 232-5017 To help the terminally-ill patient and their families

live their remaining life as fully and comfortable as possible through pain and symptom control, counseling,

and spiritual support. (7.2%)

021584

LEARN TO READ COUNCIL – (256) 230-3050 Laubach Way-to-Read for adult non-readers to lowlevel

readers. Tutors trained for individual instruction. English-as-a-Second language (ESL) classes.

Parents-as-tutors (PTA) workshop. (17%)

021586

LIMESTONE CO. 4-H PROGRAM – (256) 232-5510 A youth development component of the Alabama

Cooperative Extension System providing youth with hands-on, minds-on educational experiences and

opportunities. (0%)

021582

RSVP (RETIRED AND SENIOR VOLUNTEER PROGRAM) – (256) 232-7207 Offers the opportunity

for persons of all ages to volunteer their expertise to shut-in, educational/literacy programs, community

health care services and other projects meeting needs of the community. (6.4%)

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021594

SALVATION ARMY, THE – (256) 353-2822 Offers crisis aid by providing food, clothing emergency

shelter and other necessities to those in need. (6.3%)

021583

USO – (202) 610-6457 Provides services that “deliver America” to military community including travel

assistance; libraries; educational workshop; childcare; language courses; recreational lounges; family

crisis intervention and celebrity entertainment. (0%)

021000

UNITED WAY OF MORGAN CO. – (256) 353-6643 Local volunteers study needs and invest contributions

in effective and efficient agencies that assist people in need. . www.uwmcal.org (11%)

(List of Agencies Follows)

021001

AMERICAN RED CROSS (MORGAN CO.) – (256) 353-4891 The Morgan-Lawrence CO. Chapter

helps people avoid, prepare for, and cope with emergencies through military/social services, safety

classes, disaster services, and blood services. (15%)

021002

ARC OF MORGAN CO. – (256) 355-6192 Helping people with mental retardation/developmental disabilities

and their families. Advocacy; information; referral; child care/respite; summer school; Kids on

the Block; recreation; reading classes. (12%)

021020

BIG BROTHERS/BIG SISTERS OF MORGAN CO. – (256) 353-0157 A mentoring agency for children,

ages 5-15, which allows them the opportunity to develop a one-on-one relationship with an adult

volunteer. (14.23%)

021003

BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA, TENNESSEE VALLEY COUNCIL (MORGAN CO.) – (256) 353-4291

Scouting offers boys, ages 6-18, youth citizenship training, character building, mental and physical

fitness, and career choices for explorer-age youth. (26.66%)

021004

BOYS AND GIRLS CLUBS OF MORGAN AND LAWRENCE COUNTIES (MORGAN CO.) – (256)

340-3466 Operates five clubs, providing year-round youth development programs that will enhance

the quality of life for young people. (20.73%)

021006

CENTERS FOR THE DEVELOPMENTALLY DISABLED, NORTH CENTRAL ALABAMA – (256)

350-1458 Provides community-based adult day training; sheltered, early intervention; and residential

services for persons with mental retardation. (6.91%)

021015

COMMUNITY FREE CLINIC OF MORGAN CO. – (256) 309-2491 Provides free medical and prescription

services to low-income Morgan CO. residents. (20%)

021011

CRISIS SERVICES OF NORTH ALABAMA (MORGAN CO.) – (256) 355-9071 Providing family violence

victims and children with a 24-hour hotline; shelter; food; living necessities; counseling; referrals;

direct assistance; children’s program; community support group. (5.24%)

021007

DECATUR MORGAN SENIORS COUNCIL – (256) 355-7275 Offers daily activities and special functions

for senior citizens while creating an atmosphere of companionship for singles and retired couples.

(0%)

021021

FAMILIES AND CHILDREN EXPERIENCING SEPARATION (FACES) – (256) 340-5840 Provides

assistance to foster families throughout Morgan CO. (0%)

021009

FOSTER GRANDPARENTS/SENIOR COMPANIONS (MORGAN CO.) – (256) 355-7843 Persons

60 and older can supplement limited income by providing direct one-to-one service to children with

disabilities, or to homebound frail elderly seniors. (28.36%)

021010

GIRL SCOUTS OF NORTH ALABAMA (MORGAN CO.) – (256) 355-2742 A year-round program

helping girls develop leadership skills, build values, and gain self-confidence while having fun. (0%)

022004

HABITAT FOR HUMANITY OF MORGAN CO. – (256) 340-9609 Builds families and communities by

eliminating poverty housing and making simple, decent, affordable housing a matter of conscience.

(10%)

021012

HOSPICE OF THE VALLEY (MORGAN CO.) – (256) 350-5585 Provides care in the home, using

a holistic approach to address the physical, social, emotional, and spiritual needs of the patient and

family. (8.99%)

021013

MEALS ON WHEELS – (256) 355-9058 Volunteers deliver a meal, five days a week, to elderly and

handicapped persons unable to prepare their own food. This may be temporary or long term. (4.7%)

021014

MENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION IN MORGAN CO. – (256) 353-1160 Provides mental health education

programs, community services including support groups and programs for the seriously mentally

ill, advocacy for system improvement, and information & referral. (20%)

021005

MENTAL HEALTH CENTER OF NORTH CENTRAL ALABAMA (MORGAN CO.) – (256) 355-6091

Provides outpatient counseling and psychiatric care for children and their families, with serious emotional

and/or behavioral problems. (9.88%)

021008

MORGAN CO. CHILD ADVOCACY CENTER – (256) 355-1908 Provides a safe, comfortable environment

where child abuse victims can be interviewed. Counseling for children and adolescents is available.

Non-offending parents receive education and support. (24%)

021022

MORGAN CO. RESCUE SQUAD – (256) 341-0301 Aids persons in distress. Performs rescue missions

and disaster assistance. (6.84%)

021025

MORGAN COUNTY SYSTEM OF SERVICES – (256) 350-8434 To serve as the focal point for services

& programs for high-risk youth and their families in Morgan County. ( 0%)

021016

PARENTS AND CHILDREN TOGETHER (PACT) – (256) 355-7252 A volunteer-based child abuse

prevention agency that delivers a continuum of eleven programs to strengthen families and protect

children throughout Morgan CO. (27.77%)

021017

SALVATION ARMY, THE (MORGAN CO.) – (256) 353-2822 Supplies basic human necessities,

personal counseling, and undertakes the spiritual and moral regeneration, and physical rehabilitation of

all persons in need. (8%)

021018

STERRS DAY CARE & DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER – (256) 355-4423 Cares for children of lower

income working families in a safe, educational, and nourishing environment, preparing them for school

and today’s society. (24.61%)

021024

TENNESSEE VALLEY OUTREACH – (256) 350-5226 Provides shelter for the homeless. (13%)

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021023

TERRELL INDUSTRIES – (256) 773-1922 A sheltered workshop for the mentally challenged that

have developed beyond the day care work activities but are not sufficiently prepared for the competitive

labor market. (15.95%)

021019

VOLUNTEER CENTER OF MORGAN CO. – (256) 355-8628 Promotes volunteerism by recruiting,

interviewing, and referring volunteers to qualified agencies. Maintains available volunteer information,

agency needs, and community services. (15%)

023000

LAWRENCE CO. UNITED WAY – (256) 974-5955 Helps fund non-profit human service agencies and

is governed by local volunteers. Currently funding eighteen agencies. (24%)

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023001

AMERICAN RED CROSS (LAWRENCE CO.) – (256) 353-4891 American Red Cross helps people

prepare for and cope with emergency situations by providing relief for disaster victims, FirstAid/CPR

training, water safety and more. (15%)

023004

BOYS AND GIRLS CLUBS OF MORGAN AND LAWRENCE COUNTIES (LAWRENCE CO..) – (256)

256) 340-3466 Builds good citizens through leadership in behavior and attitude of boys and girls

giving them the opportunity for wholesome recreations, companionship, and educational improvement.

(20.73%)

023026

EASTER SEALS ALABAMA, LAWRENCE COUNTY CHAPTER – 334-395-4489 Provides rehabilitation,

transportation, direct services, and therapeutic recreational services for children and adults with

disabilities. (13%)

023005

FOSTER GRANDPARENT/SENIOR COMPANION (LAWRENCE CO.) – (256) 355-7843 Allows

persons, 60 and over, to supplement their income by volunteering twenty hours a week to help handicapped

children and the homebound elderly. (2%)

023003

FOUNDATION FOR MENTAL HEALTH – (256) 355-6091 Supports Moulton-Lawrence Center. Center

provides comprehensive range of mental health services to persons and families who suffer from

mental illness, emotional disorders and chemical dependence. (6.06%)

023006

GIRLS SCOUTS OF NORTH ALABAMA (LAWRENCE CO.) – (256) 355-2742 Helps girls ages 5-17

develop good interpersonal skills that allow them to be productive, self confident, and responsible

citizens. (12%)

023027

HABITAT FOR HUMANITY – 256-974-8200 Works with donors, volunteers and homeowners to create

decent affordable housing to those in need. (15 %)

023008

HOSPICE OF THE VALLEY (LAWRENCE CO.) – (256) 350-5585 Promotes quality of life or terminally

ill persons by providing care in home. Physical, emotional and spiritual support is given to the

patient and family. (14.7%)

023020

LAWRENCE CO. 4-H PROGRAM – (256) 974-2464 Program for boys and girls who are school age

and practice good citizenship through safety essays, camps, awards programs and judging contests.

(0%)

023002

LAWRENCE CO. ASSOCIATION OF RETARDED CITIzENS – (256) 974-8713 Provides opportunity

for retarded children and adults to receive personalized care and supervision and promotes general

understanding of these special individual’s needs throughout the community. (0%)

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023007

LAWRENCE COUNTY COMMISSION ON AGING – 256-974-2489 Delivers meals daily to elderly and

indigent. Sometimes these volunteers provide the only personal contact shut-ins receive. Meals are

provided at designated nutrition sites across county. (3%)

023028

LAWRENCE COUNTY COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS – 256-974-2570 Provides alternative to incarceration

for certain non-violent offenders. Strives to serve the community and adult clients efficiently

and professionally through community supervision. (0%)

023010

LAWRENCE COUNTY FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY – 256-974-0883 Provides public support for

maintaining and expanding quality library service throughout the county. Contributions are used for

purchasing books. (6%)

023012

LAWRENCE COUNTY RESCUE SQUAD – 256-974-2475 Is an all volunteer groups rendering aid

to persons in distress. Equipped and trained to perform rescue missions and assist in the event of

natural disaster. (6%)

023014

SAFEPLACE, INC. – (256) 905-0222 Breaks the cycle of family violence through crisis intervention,

counseling referral services, and shelter for survivors of domestic violence. Abuse prevention

programs provided. (7.25%)

023015

SALVATION ARMY, THE (LAWRENCE CO.) – 256-353-2822 Offers crisis aid and provides food,

shelter, clothing and other necessities. (8%)

023025

TENNESSEE VALLEY OUTREACH – (256)350-5226 Provides shelter for the homeless. (13%)

021700

UNITED WAY OF MARSHALL CO. – (256) 582-4700 Builds stronger communities through the careful

review, selection and funding of agencies and programs that meet critical needs. Provide information

and referral service through 2-1-1. www.uwaymcal.org (12%)

(List of Agencies Follows)

021786

BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA, MARSHALL CO. – (888) 301-8756 or (205) 970-0251 The greater

Alabama Council, Boy Scouts of America provides services to tens of thousands of youth and adults in

22 counties in north Alabama. www.1bsa.org (24.9%)

021776

CASA OF MARSHALL COUNTY CARE (CARE ASSURANCE SYSTEM FOR THE AGING & HOME-

BOUND – (256) 582-7807 Provides care assurance to the aging and homebound enabling them to

live safely independently with dignity in their own home. Volunteer and donation driven support. www.

casamarshallcounty.org (8.56%)

021777

COURT APPOINTED JUVENILE ADVOCACY PROCRAM (CAJA) (MARSHALL CO.) – (256)

582-3787 CAJA’s trained community volunteers serve as court advocates for abused and neglected

children. They independently evaluate and report what is in the child’s best interest. (17.6%)

021783

FAMILY SERVICES OF NORTH ALABAMA (FORMERLY MARSHALL CO. VISITATION AND FAM-

ILY SERVICES) - (256) 878-9159 Provides education, support, and advocacy for victims of sexual

assault and promotes positive parenting through our Fatherhood Initiative, Mediation and Cooperative

Parenting programs. (6%)

021794

FOOD BANK OF NORTH ALABAMA – (256) 539-2256 Solicits, warehouses, and distributes contributed

food items to more than 180 charitable feeding programs serving the hungry throughout North

Alabama. www.alfoodbanks.org/huntsville/index.htm (2.9%)

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MARSHALL CO. RETIRED AND SENIOR VOLUNTEER PROGRAM – (256) 571-7734 RSVP yearly

provide more than 140,000 hours of community service addressing urgent issues facing Marshall CO.;

education, health, human services, public safety, and the environment. www.mcrsvp.org (.05%)

021780

MARSHALL CO. MEALS ON WHEELS – (256) 571-7805 Meals on Wheels is a program for the

elderly. Volunteers deliver a nutritious meal to homebound seniors of Marshall County who otherwise

might not eat. (2.3%)

021781

MARSHALL CO. COALITION AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE – (256) 891-9864 Provides 24 hour

Hotline, temporary emergency shelter, case management, court advocacy, referral to legal services/

counseling, and prevention education for victims and children of domestic violence. (18.6%)

021782

MARSHALL CO. HOME PLACE - (256) 582-2360 Provides free housing, utilities, and financial guidance

while helping the homeless overcome the obstacles that led them to become homeless. (9.15%)

021785

MARSHALL CO. CHILD DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM (CHILDCARE RESOURCE NETWORK) –

(256) 582-8806 Provides comprehensive quality child day care, professional training, and resource and

referral services for all working parents/caregivers who need them, at a more affordable price. www.

childcarealabama.com (7.2%)

021788

MOUNTAIN LAKES BEHAVIORAL HEALTHCARE OF MARSHALL CO. - MULTI-NEEDS CHILD

PROGRAM – (256) 582-3203 An organization that provides children and families with skills, tools, and

information needed to manage depression, anxiety, attention problems, and family transitions. (14%)

021789

HOSPICE OF MARSHALL CO. – (256) 891-7724 Home and inpatient care for terminally ill. Physician

directed physical, psychosocial, and spiritual services; goal is comfort and symptomatic management

for patient and family. (14%)

021790

EASTER SEALS OF MARSHALL CO. – (256) 582-7804 Provides for unmet needs of the disabled,

transportation of children to clinics, purchases of orthopedic applications, public education and advocacy.

(14.7%)

021792

MARSHALL CO. CHILD ADVOCACY CENTER – (256) 582-8492 The Child Advocacy Center of Marshall

County provides comprehensive services to victims of child abuse and their families and provides

awareness and prevention services. (19.44%)

021793

SALVATION ARMY OF MARSHALL CO. – (256) 582-0536 Provides relief to victims of disaster

and emergency assistance (medicine, utilities, lodging, food, gas vouchers, and rent). Operates thrift

stores. Provides summer camp for low-income kids. (0.05%)

021795

TENNESSEE VALLEY FAMILY SERVICES, INC. (MARSHALLCO.) – (256) 582-0377 Ogden House

is a teen shelter that provides services for non-delinquent, homeless and runaway youth. Also provides

like skills and street outreach for homeless teens. (19%)

021799

MARSHALL CO. ARC, INC. – (256) 582-5009 Provides advocacy, assessment, diagnostic evaluation,

education, and referral services. Operates the Marshall County Achievement Center which provides

daily training to adults with intellectual disabilities. (8.7%)

LOCAL UNAFFILIATED AGENCIES

022003

ALABAMA KIWANIS JEAN DEAN RIF – (334) 749-5631 Puts books in the homes of at-risk young

children statewide. www.jeandeanrif.org (10.2%)

022001

FRIENDS OF REGIONAL HOSPITAL – (256) 353-9433 A volunteer group committed to improving the

hospitalization of future patients of North Alabama Regional Hospital. (0%)

022006

NEIGHBORHOOD CHRISTIAN CENTER – (256) 351-7633 Compassionate Christ-centered ministry

serving practical and spiritual needs of the poor. Offers free food, clothes, furniture, school supplies,

household items, and financial assistance. (10%)

LARC 3 – JACKSON AND MADISON COUNTIES

Serving Jackson and Madison Counties

LOCAL FEDERATED AGENCIES

031900

UNITED WAY OF MADISON COUNTY – (256) 536-0745 www.madisoncountycares.org Uniting

volunteers and resources to improve identified community health and human service priorities in

measurable and lasting ways. (17.8%)

(List of Agencies Follows)

031988

AMERICAN RED CROSS MADISON/MARSHALL CO. CHAPTER – (256) 536-0084 www.alredcross.org

The American Red Cross will provide relief to victims of disasters and help people prevent,

prepare for and respond to emergencies. (24.3%)

031962

BOYS & GIRLS CLUBS OF NORTH ALABAMA – (256) 534-6060 www.bgcnal.com Provides youth

development through core areas: education, health and life skills, character and leadership development,

the arts, and sports, fitness, and recreation. (14.7%)

031998

CASA (CARE ASSURANCE SYSTEM FOR THE AGING AND HOMEBOUND) OF MADISON

COUNTY – (256) 533-7775 www.casamadisoncty.org Provide needed services to the elderly and

homebound utilizing volunteers. Services are free. Programs include transportation, wheelchair

ramps, home repairs, etc. promoting independence, health, safety. (7%)

031997

CATHOLIC CENTER OF CONCERN – (256) 536-0041 Provides emergency financial assistance for

rent, mortgage, utility and medication. All donor funding is used directly for meeting these basic needs

of families in crisis. (3.4%)

031996

CHRISTMAS CHARITIES YEAR ROUND – (256) 837-2373 www.christmascharitiesyearround.org

Provide basic necessities year-round plus toys and food at Christmas at no cost to clients. (1%)

031965

CRISIS SERVICES OF NORTH ALABAMA – (256) 716-1000 www.csna.org Family/ individual crisis

response; 24-hour helpline; rape/ domestic violence services/ advocacy; community resource information/

referrals; Jackson, Limestone, Madison, Morgan, Marshall, Lawrence. (12.3%)

031976

GIRL SCOUTS OF NORTH-CENTRAL ALABAMA – 800-734-4541 www.girlscoutsnca.org Girl

Scouts builds girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place through

quality programming for girls ages five to seventeen. (12%)

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031966

HARRIS HOME FOR CHILDREN, INC. - (256) 837-0332 www.harrishomeforchildren.org Provides

residential treatment, foster care, after school services and youth development to abused and neglected

children preparing them for self sufficiency and emotional well being. (10%)

031967

HEALS, INC. – (256) 428-7560 www.healsinc.org HEALS provides free, accessible primary medical

and dental care within schools for children who would not otherwise be able to afford health care. (5%)

031986

HOSPICE FAMILY CARE – 256-650-1212 www.hospicefamilycare.org The only not-for-profit provider

rendering loving, compassionate end of life care serving citizens and their families in Madison County,

Alabama. (17.5%)

031985

HUNTSVILLE REHABILITATION CENTER dba PHOENIX – (256) 880-0680 www.phoenixhsv.org

Serves veterans, welfare to work participants, students and other persons with disabilities in the pursuit

of upwardly mobile employment. (8.3%)

031973

NATIONAL CHILDREN’S ADVOCACY CENTER – (256) 533-5437 www.nationalcac.org The national

Children’s Advocacy Center models, promotes and delivers excellence in child abuse response

and prevention through service, education and leadership. (16.6%)

031999

THE ARC OF MADISON COUNTY, INC. – (256) 539-2266 www.hsvarc.org Provides educational

and vocational training for adults with intellectual disabilities and early intervention services for children

who are “at risk” for developmental disabilities. (9.4%)

031964

THE SALVATION ARMY – (256) 536-5576 www.salvationarmyhuntsville.org The Salvation Army exists

to love God and serve all people. Immediate emergency assistance is made available to homeless

and residents of Madison County, Alabama. (13.4%)

031972

YMCA OF METROPOLITAN HUNTSVILLE dba Heart of the Valley YMCA – (256) 428-9622 www.

ymcahuntsville.org Community service agency meeting Madison County’s health, wellness, youth development

and social needs through programs that build healthy spirit, mind and body for all. (13.3%)

031600

JACKSON COUNTY UNITED GIVERS FUND – (256) 259-5611 Financially supports human service

programs delivering vitally needed social, health and other human services within Jackson County.

(4%)

(List of Agencies Follows)

031692

AMERICAN RED CROSS, JACKSON COUNTY CHAPTER – (256) 259-2577 Offers direct disaster

relief services, blood and blood byproducts, CPR/First Aid/Water Safety training, and services for

military families. (22.9%)

031689

BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA – (205) 970-0251 Provides services to youth and adults in 22 counties of

North Alabama; seeks to instill character, values, and leadership in youth ages 6-20. (21.1%)

031686

BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB OF NORTHEAST ALABAMA – (256) 546-5437 Provides after school

services to children and youth, ages 5-18. Promotes character development, educational growth, and

healthy living. (22%)

031670

BRIDGEPORT DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT – (256) 495-2553 Youth

program exposes the children of public housing communities to area enrichment resources, provides

drug prevention education, and provides tutorial services. (0%)

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031698

CARE ASSURANCE SYSTEM FOR THE AGING (CASA) – (256) 259-3736 Recruits, trains and motivates

volunteers who minister to physical and social needs of homebound and aging persons, which

enables them to remain at home. (22%)

031682

COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCY – 256-638-4430 Provides energy and direct assistance to lowincome

families. (6.7%)

031695

CRISIS SERVICES OF NORTH ALABAMA – 1-800-691-8624 or (256) 716-4052 Provides shelter and

counseling to domestic violence victims in Jackson County who are in danger and in need of a safe

place to stay. (13%)

031688

EASTER SEALS SOCIETY, JACKSON COUNTY CHAPTER – (256) 574-0300 Engages in activities

to improve the health, welfare, education, recreation and opportunities for children and adults with

disabilities. (0%)

031696

FRIENDS OF THE FAMILY OF JACKSON COUNTY– (256) 228-6215 Purpose is to strengthen families

and prevent child abuse and teenage pregnancies through programs in county and city schools

and provision of a family resource library. (1%)

031687

GIRL SCOUTS OF NORTH –CENTRAL ALABAMA INC. – (800) 734-4541 Girls ages 5-17 discover

the fun, friendship and power of girls together while developing values, character and life skills. (10%)

031694

JACKSON COUNTY CHRISTMAS CHARITIES – (256) 574-0300 Provides food, clothing, and toys to

needy families at Christmas. All applicants are screened and crosschecked with other agencies. (2%)

031685

JACKSON COUNTY 4-H CLUBS – (256) 574-2143 Boys and girls participate in programs of agricultural

and home economics training. Good citizenship and responsibility are stressed. (0%)

031690

NORTHEAST ALABAMA HEALTH SERVICES – (256) 259-5313 Provides primary health care to

uninsured and insured persons living in rural areas where limited private physicians or other medical

resources are available. (14.3%)

031691

STEVENSON FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY – (256) 437-2191 Tutorial programs and enrichment

program for 8-12 year old at-risk children, including field trips with certified teachers directing. (1.9%)

031693

TENNESSEE VALLEY FAMILY SERVICES, INC. – (256) 582-0377 Provides a 90-day shelter for

Jackson County children referred by DHR and Juvenile Courts in cases of dependency, neglect, and

children in need of supervision. (19%)

031699

THE ARC OF JACKSON COUNTY – (256) 259-1603 Supports and provides services for moderate

to severely retarded children and adults. Provides programs to prepare developmentally disabled

persons for employment. (8.8%)

LOCAL UNAFFILIATED AGENCIES

031413

AGAPE OF NORTH ALABAMA – (256) 859-4481 www.agapecares.org Provide in-home services to

prevent family disruption, foster-care homes for abused and neglected children, adoptive placements,

maternity counseling and services, and family counseling. (27.5%)

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ALS ASSOCIATION ALABAMA CHAPTER – (256) 519-9030 www.alsalabama.org Leading the fight

to cure and treat ALS and empowering people with Lou Gehrig’s Disease to live fuller lives by providing

compassionate care and support. (9.77%)

031420

ARTHRITIS FOUNDATION, SOUTHEAST REGION, INC. – (256) 837-5177 www.arthritis.org\alabama

The mission of the Arthritis Foundation is to improve the lives through leadership in the prevention,

control, and cure of arthritis and related diseases. (24.81%

031492

CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL OF ALABAMA – (205) 939-9100 www.childrensal.org Alabama’s only

free-standing hospital dedicated solely to the care and treatment of children, with 13,679 inpatient and

638,161 outpatient visits in 2011. (8.65%)

031418

GREATER ALABAMA COUNCIL, BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA – (256) 883-7071 or (205) 970-0251

www.1bsa.org The Greater Alabama Council, Boy Scouts of America provides services to tens of

thousands of youth and adults in 22 counties of North Alabama. (24.9%)

031419

MAKE-A-WISH FOUNDATION OF GEORGIA & ALABAMA – (205) 254-9474 www.ga-al.wish.org

Make-A-Wish of Georgia and Alabama grants the wishes of children with life threatening medical

conditions to enrich the human experience with hope, strength, and joy. (17%)

031480

UNITED METHODIST CHILDREN’S HOME – 1-800-239-3575 www.umch.net Abused, neglected,

and traumatized children, young mothers, and struggling families find comfort and safety through our

group homes, foster care programs, and family preservation services. (21.6%)

LARC 4 – WEST ALABAMA

Serving Bibb, Fayette, Greene, Hale, Lamar, Marengo, Pickens,

Sumter and Tuscaloosa Counties

LOCALFEDERATED AGENCIES

049500

UNITED WAY OF WEST ALABAMA – (205) 345-6640 Helping children and youth achieve their

potential through education, helping families become financially stable and independent, improving

people’s health, and responding to emergency/disaster needs. www.uwwa.org (15.7%)

(List of Agencies Follows)

049526

ALABAMA HEAD INJURY FOUNDATION – (205) 328-3505 Serves Alabama citizens disabled by

brain or spinal cord injuries through financial assistance, housing, respite care, camps, and support

groups. (10%)

049502

AMERICAN RED CROSS, WEST ALABAMA CHAPTER – (205) 758-3608 The American Red Cross

will provide relief to victims of disasters and help people prevent, prepare for and respond to emergencies.

(24%)

049515

ARC OF TUSCALOOSA, THE – (205) 556-4900 We are a non-profit organization that helps people

with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities learn skills and secure services needed to reach

personal goals and needs. (16.3%)

049501

ARTS ‘N AUTISM, INC. – (205) 394-5264 Arts ‘n Autism provides West Alabama’s only after-school

and summer program for children with Autism. 80% of the budget funds direct services. (18%)

049505

BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA, BLACK WARRIOR COUNCIL – (205) 554-1680 Supporting the development

of youth through Scouting values. These values teach: character, citizenship and promote

mental and physical fitness in a fun, safe outdoor environment. (23%)

049523

CARING DAYS ADULT DAY CARE – (205) 752-6480 Caring Days provides three day programs and

tracking devices for adults with memory disorders. They also provide support, education and respite for

caregivers and community. (12%)

049506

CHILD ABUSE PREVENTION SERVICES – (205) 758-1159 Address prevention and self-help for

persons who have or fear they abuse their children. (16%)

049519

EASTER SEALS WEST ALABAMA – (205) 759-1211 Provides vocational and medical services to

people with disabilities and other special needs in West Alabama. (29%)

049507

FAMILY COUNSELING SERVICE OF TUSCALOOSA CO. – (205) 752-2504 Family Counseling

Service provides counseling by licensed, professional counselors to families, individuals and children

experiencing crisis such as trauma, life adjustment or family issues. (26%)

049508

FOCUS ON SENIOR CITIzENS OF TUSCALOOSA CO., INC. – (205) 758-3393 Providing Seniors

with Supportive Services including Transportation, Nutrition, Employment, Volunteerism, Educational,

Health, and Social Activities. (16%)

049509

GIRL SCOUTS OF NORTH-CENTRAL ALABAMA – (800) 734-4541 Girl Scouting builds girls of

courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place through quality programming

for girls ages five to seventeen. (12%)

049510

HOSPICE OF WEST ALABAMA – (205) 523-0101 Provides support and care for persons in the last

phases of incurable disease so they may live as fully and comfortable as possible. (20%)

049513

PHOENIX HOUSE – (205) 758-3867 Halfway house for drug and alcohol dependent men and women.

(10%)

049514

SALVATION ARMY – (205) 339-0012 Provides many services such as food for the hungry, shelter for

the homeless and emergency assistance for families. Provides disaster relief and Christmas assistance.

(10%)

049516

TEMPORARY EMERGENCY SERVICES – (205) 758-5535 Help including food, clothing and emergency

medicine to those in need. (14.8%)

049517

TURNING POINT (SAN, INC.) – (205) 758-0808 Safe shelter and counseling for abuse victims and

their children. (22%)

049528

TUSCALOOSA’S ONE PLACE (TUSCALOOSA FAMILY RESOURCE CENTER, INC.) – (205) 462-

1000 Provides family oriented services including: afterschool programs, fatherhood, marriage, and

parenting classes; case management, GED/ESL to the Tuscaloosa Community. (4%)

049518

UNITED CEREBRAL PALSY OF WEST ALABAMA – (205) 245-3031 Provides services to people

with intellectual disabilities and cerebral palsy. The agency provides day habilitation, hourly services,

aftercare services, respite, childcare education, and summer camp. (13%)

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049527

WEST ALABAMA AIDS OUTREACH – (205) 759-8470 HIV/AIDS education programs (emphasizing

prevention) for all facets of the community. Services for people living with HIV/AIDS (emergency

financial assistance and housing assistance). (17%)

049520

YMCA, BARNES BRANCH (YOUNG MEN’S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION OF TUSCALOOSA CO.,

INC.) – (205) 759-4284 The YMCA of Tuscaloosa is a service organization that puts Christian principals

into practice through programs that build healthy Spirit, Mind, and Body for all. (25%)

LOCAL UNAFFILIATED AGENCIES

049603

DCH FOUNDATION, INC. – (205) 759-7349 The DCH Foundation exists to support the health

system’s mission, which is to provide the best possible healthcare to those served by the DCH Health

System. (12.1%)

049608

THE TUSCALOOSA’S CHILDREN’S CENTER, INC. – (205) 752-7711 The Tuscaloosa’s Children’s

Center provides counseling and direct services to child victims of sexual and several physical abuse.

(22%)

049614

UNITED METHODIST CHILDREN’S HOME – (334) 386-5354 Abused, neglected and traumatized

children, young mothers, and struggling families find comfort and safety through our group homes,

foster care programs, and family preservation services. (21.6%)

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LARC 5 – CENTRAL ALABAMA

Serving Blount, Jefferson, Shelby, St. Clair and Walker Counties

LOCAL FEDERATED AGENCIES

053000

UNITED WAY OF CENTRAL ALABAMA, INC. - 205-251-5131 Our purpose is to increase the organized

capacity of people to care for one another and improve education, health, income and access to

services. www.uwca.org (10.7%)

(List of Agencies Follows)

053001

A. G. GASTON BOYS & GIRLS CLUB, INC. - 205-923-3377 Help inspire and enable young people,

especially those from disadvantaged circumstances, to realize their full potential as productive, responsible

and caring citizens who give back. www.aggbgc.org (22.0%)

053017

AIDS ALABAMA, INC, - 205-324-9822 Provides housing and supportive services to persons with

HIV/AIDS, as well as HIV testing and prevention education to prevent the spread of HIV. www.aidsalabama.org

(7.8%)

053006

ALABAMA GOODWILL INDUSTRIES, INC. - 205-323-6331 Provides job training and placement for

individuals that are disabled and or disadvantaged. www.alabamagoodwill.services.officelive.com

(21.1%)

053007

ALABAMA HEAD INJURY FOUNDATION - 205-823-3818 Serving Alabamians disabled by traumatic

brain injury or spinal cord injury through case management, financial aid, respite care, housing assistance

and social/recreational programs. www.ahif.org (10.1%)

053008

ALABAMA KIDNEY FOUNDATION, INC. - 205-934-2111 7,000+ Alabamians have kidney disease;

Alabama ranks 5 th in the nation for its occurrence. Patients served through financial assistance, education,

and support programs. www.alkidney.org (13.4%)

053009

ALETHEIA HOUSE, INC. - 205-324-6502 Treatment, employment services and housing to substance

abusers and individuals returning to the community from prison, and substance abuse prevention for

low-income youth. www.specialkindofcaring.org (7.2%)

053010

AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY, MID-SOUTH DIVISION, INC. - 800-227-2345 Saves lives and

creates more birthdays by helping people stay well and get well, by finding cures and by fighting back.

www.cancer.org ( 20.7%)

053011

AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION, SOUTHEAST AFFILIATE - 205-510-1500 By 2020 to improve

the cardiovascular health of all Americans by 20 percent while reducing deaths from cardiovascular

disease and stroke by 20 percent. www.heart.org (2.7%)

053012

AMERICAN RED CROSS, BIRMINGHAM AREA CHAPTER - 205-795-8785 Provides relief to victims

of disaster and helps people prevent, prepare for and respond to emergencies. www.alredcross.org

(18.0%)

053015

ARC OF JEFFERSON CO. - 205-323-6383 Services are provided year-round to children and adults

with intellectual disabilities and their families in Jefferson and Blount Counties in Alabama. www.

arcofjeff.com (2.1%)

053055

ARC OF SHELBY CO. INC. - 205-664-9313 Serves and supports individuals with developmental

disabilities through early intervention, supported employment, family supports and advocacy services.

www.thearcofshelby.org (5.0%)

053016

ARC OF ST. CLAIR CO. - 205-884-2680 Provides support to individuals with developmental disabilities

to enable them to reside in their home communities as independently as possible based on each

individual’s needs. 11.1%

053013

ARC OF WALKER CO. - 205-387-0562 Provides services for children and adults with intellectual and

developmental disabilities, including early intervention, day habilitation, supported employment, semiindependent

living, and supervised community living. www.walkerarc.com (9.4%)

053005

BETTER BASICS, INC. - 205-944-2928 Our mission is to make a positive difference in the lives of

children and their families by advancing literacy through enrichment and intervention programs. www.

betterbasics.org (14.9%)

053018

BIG BROTHERS/BIG SISTERS OF GREATER BIRMINGHAM - 205-939-5590 Provides positive role

models to children in need by matching children ages 7-15 with HS students and adults in a one to one

relationship. www.bbbsbhm.org (19.4%)

053023

BLOUNT CO. CHILDREN’S CENTER, INC. BLOUNT COUNTY CHILDREN’S CENTER, INC. - 205-

274-7226 Prevents child abuse, helping victims, and strengthening families. Services include abuse

investigations, free professional counseling, various prevention programs, public education about child

abuse and parenting. www.blountcountychildrenscenter.com (13.1%)

053025

BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA BLACK WARRIOR COUNCIL - 205-554-1680 Supporting the development

of youth through scouting values. These values teach; character, citizenship and promote mental

and physical fitness in a fun, safe outdoor environment. www.bwc-bsa.org 23.0%

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BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA, GREATER ALABAMA COUNCIL - 205-970-0251 Provides services

for youth development and character building to tens of thousands of youth and adults in 22 counties

of north Alabama. www.1bsa.org (17.0%)

053027

BOYS & GIRLS CLUB OF CENTRAL ALABAMA, INC. - 205-744-3070 Provides after school and

extended day programs and youth development activities for youth ages 6 to 18 in Jefferson, Shelby,

St Clair and Walker Counties. www.bgcca.org (11.7%)

053019

CAHABA VALLEY HEALTH CARE INC. - 205-991-8771 We provide access to free vision and dental

care to Hispanics and other underserved people in Jefferson and Shelby counties of Alabama. www.

cahabavalleyhealthcare.org (13.1%)

053029

CAMP FIRE USA CENTRAL ALABAMA COUNCIL - 205-324-2434 National, 100-year old youth

development organization building caring, confident youth and future leaders through family strengthening,

camp and outdoor education and youth empowerment programs. www.campfire-al.org (25.1%)

053030

CATHOLIC FAMILY SERVICES - 205-324-6561 Private, non-profit welfare/family services agency.

Services offered: Crisis pregnancy services, adoption, foster care, counseling. Services are available

to people of all faith. www.cfsbhm.org (9.0%)

053031

CHILDCARE RESOURCES - 205-252-1991 Promotes quality childcare by providing resource and

referral services, childcare financial assistance to eligible families, and training classes to childcare

programs. www.ccr-bhm.org (22.2%)

053033

CHILDREN’S AID - 205-251-7148 Provides counseling and support to at-risk children/families; adoption

preparation; post-adoption support/education; therapeutic foster care; prevention services and

transitional living for young adults. www.childrensaid.org (9.4%)

053034

CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL OF ALABAMA - 205-939-9100 Alabama’s only freestanding hospital dedicated

solely to the care and treatment of children, with 13,679 inpatient and 638,161 outpatient visits in

2011. www.childrensal.org (8.6%)

053035

CHRISTIAN LOVE PANTRY - 205-527-4217 Provides nonperishable food to residents of St Clair

County that will last a family one week. On average we have 50 clients a week. 0.0%

053059

COMMUNITY FOOD BANK OF CENTRAL ALABAMA - 205-942-8911 Serves people in need by securing,

storing surplus foods, household items and distributing them through local partnering agencies

that feed the hungry. www.feedingal.org (3.3%)

053045

COLLAT JEWISH FAMILY SERVICES - 205-879-3438 Offers comprehensive services including

transportation, case management, and in-home care to the elderly, individual and group counseling,

financial assistance, caregiver support, and information and referrals. www.cjfsbham.org (11.4%)

053003

CONCERNED CITIzENS FOR OUR YOUTH, INC. - 205-384-4539 Assist at-risk youth with behavior

modification in a structured setting with counseling, tutoring, and basic life skills training that will create

more productive citizens. www.ccfoy.com (12.2%)

053036

CRISIS CENTER, INC. - 205-323-7782 Provides 24/7 support for individuals in crisis, education and

outreach to community, face-to-face services for adults with mental illness and victims of rape. www.

crisiscenterbham.com (10.4%)

053038

DEVELOPING ALABAMA YOUTH FOUNDATION, INC. - 205-664-1600 A comprehensive day treatment

facility providing academic, counseling and behavioral modification services for at-risk youth in

Shelby County. 11.4%

053002

EASTER SEALS OF THE BIRMINGHAM AREA - 205-945-6277 Services for children and adults with

disabilities. Vocational training and job placement for adults age 18 and up. Medical rehabilitation for

children ages 0-21. www.eastersealsbham.org (12.0%)

053040

FAMILY CONNECTION, INC. - 205-663-6301 Community counseling, street assistance for homeless

youth, drug prevention activities, and Project Safe Place, help for children, youth and families. www.

familyconnection-inc.org (7.6%)

053037

FAMILY RESOURCE CENTER OF NORTHWEST ALABAMA - 205-387-1157 Provides comprehensive

services to both adult and child victims of domestic violence, including shelter, court advocacy,

24-hour crisis line and information and referral services. 7.6%)

053041

FELLOWSHIP HOUSE - 205-933-2430 Runs pretreatment, residential and continuing care recovery

services treating addiction and co-occurring disorders. Provides transitional apartments, bridging treatment

with independent living. www.fshbhm.org (9.4%)

053039

GATEWAY - 205-510-2600 Residential treatment for teens, therapeutic foster care, special education,

independent living instruction, outpatient counseling, consumer credit counseling, violence intervention,

and prevention/education programs and services. www.gway.org (15.1%)

053043

GIRLS INCORPORATED OF CENTRAL ALABAMA - 205-595-4475 Programs focus on science,

math and technology, health and wealth and wellness economic literacy, sports, leadership and advocacy,

and media literacy for girls ages six to eighteen. www.girlsinccentral-al.org (25.7%)

053042

GIRL SCOUTS OF NORTH CENTRAL ALABAMA -205-980-4750 Girl Scouting builds girls of courage,

confidence and character, who make the world a better place through quality programming for

girls ages five to seventeen. www.girlscoutsnca.org (12.4%)

053026

GLENWOOD, INC. - 205-969-2880 Outpatient diagnosis, evaluation, family support, speech occupational

therapy, residential children, SED autism, children adult education, pre-school consultation,

training, medical services, summer day treatment, teacher training. www.glenwood.org (17.2%)

053070

GREATER BIRMINGHAM HABITAT FOR HUMANITY, INC. - 205-780-1234 Builds affordable houses

in partnership with low-income families who invest their time and repay an interest-free mortgage.

Donated land, materials and time help reduce costs. www.habitatbirmingham.org (7.6%)

053032

HISPANIC INTEREST COALITION OF ALABAMA - 205-942-5505 Nonprofit organization dedicated

to the social civic and economic integration of Hispanic families and individuals in Alabama. www.

hispanicinterest.org (10.6%)

053004

IMPACT FAMILY COUNSELING - 205-916-0123 Provides professional faith based outpatient counseling,

mentoring and educational services utilizing evidence based curriculum and effective strategies

with high risk youth and troubled families. www.impactal.org (9.4%)

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Embracing all God’s children…

one child, one family at a time.

We help traumatized children, young mothers, and struggling

families find comfort and safety through our group homes,

foster care programs, and family preservation services.

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258 Central Plank Rd., Hwy. 9

Wetumpka, AL 36092

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Statewide Agency #999952

We’re here for the few

they can’t.

Giving hope to parents and providing care to children is what we’ve done

for over 100 years. Our nationally ranked healthcare team treated children

from 43 states and 5 foreign countries just last year. Children’s of Alabama

is recognized locally and around the world as providing a level of care that

presents children with a much brighter future.

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053020

INDEPENDENT LIVING RESOURCES OF GREATER BIRMINGHAM, INC. - 205-251-2223 Empowers

people with all disabilities to fully participate in community through consumer-directed services,

advocacy and public education. www.ilrgb.org (5.2%)

053061

LEGACY YMCA - 205-426-1211 Provides programs and activities driven by Christian principles to

develop spirit, mind and body of children, teens, adults and seniors in west Jefferson County. www.

legacyymca.org (11.7%)

053044

LEVITE JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER - 205-879-0411 Provides cultural, recreational and social

programs and amenities for the Jewish and general communities. www.bhamjcc.org (17.8%)

053047

LITERACY COUNCIL OF CENTRAL ALABAMA, THE - 205-326-1925 Operates a clearinghouse for

literacy information to support and strengthen organizations providing literacy related services. www.

literacy-council.org (13.0%)

053050

OASIS, A WOMEN’S COUNSELING CENTER - 205-933-0338 Provides affordable, professional

mental health counseling, outreach and educational programs to help underserved population of women

and children heal, grow and overcome difficult life challenges. www.oasiscounseling.org (16.5%)

053066

PARTNERS IN NEIGHBORHOOD GROWTH, INC. - 205-780-7464 Multi-purpose youth organization

providing seasonal competitive athletic programs, summer employment, tutoring, homework assistance,

mentoring, gardening and provides a safe, secure environment for underserved youth. www.

partnersinneighborhoodgrowth.org (26.2%)

053028

PATHWAYS - 205-322-6854 Provides hospitality, housing and hope for homeless women and

children through a community day center, long-term shelters and employment, financial literacy and

children’s programs. www.pathwayshome.org (11.0%)

053049

POSITIVE MATURITY, INC. - 205-803-3211 Enhancing, empowering and engaging the lives of mature

adults in central Alabama through employment, volunteerism, comprehensive social services and civic

engagements. www.positivematurity.org (20.0%)

053057

SAFEHOUSE OF SHELBY CO., INC. - 205-669-1877 Provides services 24/7 for domestic and sexual

violence victims including crisis hotline, emergency shelter, transitional housing, counseling, case

management, advocacy, prevention education. www.safehouse.org (10.4%)

053051

SALVATION ARMY - 205-328-2420 Provides shelter, education and assistance for men, women and

children in Jefferson, Shelby, St. Clair counties through Christian-based social and disaster services

programs since 1899. www.birminghamsalvationarmy.org (16.0%)

053052

SALVATION ARMY BLOUNT CO. - 205-625-4852 Helping many of Blount County families and individuals

daily providing them with basic human needs and other services to help improve themselves in

the community. www.salvation.org (0.0%)

053054

SALVATION ARMY WALKER CO. - 205-221-7737 Our purpose is to meet basic needs in the name

of Jesus without discrimination. These needs include disaster services, food, clothing, furniture and

medication. www.salvationarmy.org (1.3%)

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053067

SHELBY COUNTY CHILDREN’S ADVOCACY CENTER, INC. - 205-669-3333 Center where sexually

and physically abused children and non-offending caregivers receive forensic interviews, free counseling

and group support; school-based prevention programs and parenting classes provided. www.

owenshousecac.org (15.2%)

053056

SHELBY EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE, INC - 205-665-1942 Provides assistance to Shelby County

residents needing food, housing, utility and medical assistance and promotes self-sufficiency with

budgeting, tutoring, and job readiness services. www.shelbyemergencyassistance.com (8.3%)

053048

SICKLE CELL ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA, CENTRAL ALABAMA CHAPTER - 205-780-2368

Thousands of Black Americans are affected by inherited red blood disorders. Free education, testing,

counseling and patient support services offered. Research is supported by National. www.sicklecellbham.org

(29.1%)

053064

ST. CLAIR CHILDREN’S ADVOCACY CENTER, INC. - 205-338-8847 Services for victims of child

abuse and their non-offending family members are provided. Child abuse prevention education and

training is offered throughout the county. 28.2%

053065

ST. CLAIR CO. DAY PROGRAM, INC. - 205-594-2280 Day treatment facility that provides counseling

services along with academic remediation to youth who continue to find themselves in trouble. www.

stclairdayprogram.com (13.0%)

053058

TRAVELERS AID SOCIETY OF BIRMINGHAM ALABAMA, INC. - 205-322-5426 Casework and

financial assistance for people displaced due to victimization, exploitation, abandonment and other

distressed travelers. Free travel to medical appointments for low-income elderly. 8.0%

053021

UNITED CEREBRAL PALSY OF GREATER BIRMINGHAM INC. - 205-944-3900 Provides innovative

services connecting people with disabilities to their communities and empowering individuals to live full

and meaningful lives. www.ucpbham.org (7.6%)

053053

UNITED COMMUNITY CENTER, INC. - 205-925-2944 Strengthening and empowering youth, families,

individuals and older adults daily by providing holistic programs , activities and services that foster

a sense of well being. www.unitedcommunitycentersbham.org (26.0%)

053060

WORKSHOPS FOR THE BLIND AND DISABLED, INC. - 205-592-9683 Provides job training and

employment services to people with multiple or significant disabilities, enabling about 100 people each

year to obtain and retain competitive employment. www.workshopsinc.com (17.2%)

053062

YMCA OF BIRMINGHAM - 205-801-9622 Our program builds healthy spirit, mind and body via

individual and group exercise, aquatics, afterschool and summer camps, camping, family and teen

programs and more. www.ymcabham.org (11.0%)

053063

YWCA OF CENTRAL ALABAMA - 205-322-9922 Serves families by providing critical programs

including domestic violence services; housing, child development and services for homeless children.

www.ywcabham.org (13.1%)

LOCAL UNAFFILIATED AGENCIES

054010

ALABAMA KIWANIS FOUNDATION, INC. - 334-749-5631 Operating as Jean Dean RIF/Kiwanis,

thousands of at-risk young children are given 3 quality, age-appropriate books annually- for many, the

first books in their homes. www.jeandeanrif.org (10.2%)

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054012

HAND-IN-PAW, INC. -205-322-5144 Improves the health and well-being of people with physical,

emotional, educational, or psychological needs through interactions with professionally trained handler

and animal therapy teams. www.handinpaw.org ( 25.1%)

054003

LAKESHORE FOUNDATION - 205-313-7400 Enable children, adults and injured U.S. military with

physically disabling conditions to lead active, healthy, independent lives through physical activity,

recreation, sports and research. www.lakeshore.org (13.9%)

054008

MAKE-A-WISH FOUNDATION® OF GEORGIA AND ALABAMA - 770-916-9474 Grants the wishes

of children under the age of eighteen who have life-threatening medical conditions to enrich the human

experience with hope, strength and joy. www.ga-al.wish.org (21.4%)

054001

SUSAN G. KOMEN NORTH CENTRAL ALABAMA – 205-263-1700 Our mission is to save lives and

end breast cancer forever by empowering people, ensuring quality care, and energizing science to find

the cures. www.komenncalabama.org (7.18%)

054006

UNITED METHODIST CHILDREN’S HOME - 334-386-5354 Abused, neglected and traumatized children,

young mothers and struggling families find comfort and safety through our group homes, foster

care programs and family preservation services. www.umch.net (21.6%)

LARC 06 – ETOWAH & CHEROKEE COUNTIES

LOCAL FEDERATED AGENCY

063500

UNITED WAY OF ETOWAH COUNTY - 256-547-2581 Provides needed services to the community

through member agencies emphasizing education, financial stability, health and a safety net. www.

unitedwayec.com (29%)

(List of Agencies Follows)

063502

AMERICAN RED CROSS – 256-547-8667 The American Red Cross will provide relief to victims of

disasters and help people prevent, prepare for and respond to emergencies. www.alredcross.org

(7.6%)

063507

BOYS & GIRLS CLUBS OF NE ALABAMA – 256-546-5437 Youth development training to enable

all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring,

responsible citizens. www.bgcnea.org (18%)

063517

JAMES M. BARRIE CENTER FOR CHILDREN – 256-543-1319 Protecting our children should be top

priority in Etowah County. We provide specialized forensic interviewing and counseling to child victims

of sexual or physical abuse. (25%)

063506

BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA, GREATER ALABAMA COUNCIL – 205-970-0251 Seeks to instill

character, values, and leadership in youth, ages 16-20, through programs tied to the Scout Oath and

Law. www.1bsa.org (16.5%)

063508

COUNCIL ON AGING OF ETOWAH COUNTY, THE – 256-543-3616 A non-profit agency that provides

needed programs and services that promote the well-being, safety and independence of the senior

citizens of Etowah County. www.etowahcoa.org (2.4%)

063509

DARDEN REHABILITATION FOUNDATION – 256-547-5751 To provide service in evaluation, training

and employment for adults and students with disabilities so they become informed, involved and qualified

to enter competitive workforce. www.dardenrehab.org (14%)

063503

ETOWAH FREE COMMUNITY CLINIC – 256-546-3456 Etowah Free Community clinic is a non-profit

organization with a vision to provide free quality medical care to the uninsured and low-income of

Etowah County. www.etowahfreecommunityclinic.com (11%)

063511

ETOWAH COMMUNITY FOOD BANK – 256-494-9608 A “reliable” source of food for families in need;

which include infants to the elderly in Etowah County. Distributed by four agencies. (15%)

063515

FAMILY SUCCESS CENTER – 256-547-6888 Promotes the well-being of children by strengthening

the family by providing coordinated and comprehensive services in a central complex. www.familysuccess.org.

(8%)

063516

GIRL SCOUTS OF NORTH CENTRAL ALABAMA – 205-453-9519 Girl Scouting builds girls of courage,

confidence and character, who make the world a better place, through quality programming for

girls ages five to seventeen. www.girlscoutsnca.org (12%)

063518

MANNA (METROPOLITAN AREA NOON NUTRITION ASSOCIATION) – 256-543-5876 Provide

and deliver hot, nutritious specified meals to those elderly, homebound people unable to provide an

adequate diet and have no one do it for them. www.mannagadsden.org. (24%)

063519

MENTAL HEALTH AMERICA OF ETOWAH COUNTY – 256-547-6888 ext 115 Works for mental

health and victory over mental illness, to promote mental health, to prevent mental illness, and to

improve care treatment of the mentally ill. (12%)

063522

SALVATION ARMY, THE – 256-546-4673 Assist those in need in Etowah County with food, clothing,

household items, furniture, rent, utilities, counseling, referrals, shelter and meals. (11.1%)

063510

SNELLGROVE CIVITAN CENTER - 256-547-6621 Provides services to mentally challenged adults

by offering day programs that emphasize social development, academic skills and self care skills in a

positive caring environment. www.snellgrovecivitancenter.webs.com (2.9%)

063525

THIRTEENTH PLACE – 256-547-8971 Provides designated areas county-wide where youth in crisis

situations can go for help. Businesses displaying Safe Place signs assist youth in receiving appropriate

services. www.thirteenthplace.com (19%)

063504

UNITED CEREBRAL PALSY – 205-944-3900 Hand In Hand Early Intervention is a unique service for

infants and toddlers with developmental disabilities. The children receive individualized intervention by

qualified professionals. www.ucpbham.com (7.6%)

063527

YMCA OF THE COOSA VALLEY – 256-547-4947 The YMCA provides fitness and other program

opportunities for the community and provides these programs at reduced cost when financial breaks

are needed for participation. (26%)

LOCAL UNAFFILIATED AGENCIES

063606

COMMUNITY ACTION OF ETOWAH COUNTY – 256-546-9271 Provides services and activities to

low-income, disadvantaged households throughout the county area to eliminate the causes of poverty.

(6.7%)

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063601

GADSDEN-ETOWAH HABITAT FOR HUMANITY, INC. – 256-543-1898 We are a Christian housing

ministry building cimple decent homes using volunteer labor. We sell to low income families and

finance them at no interest. gadsdenhabitat.com (11.6%)

063602

ALABAMA KIWANIS FOUNDATION, INC./JEAN DEAN RIF - 334-749-5631 Puts books in the

homes of at-risk young children statewide. www.jeandeanrif.org (10.2%)

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LARC 08 - EAST CENTRAL ALABAMA

Serving Calhoun, Clay, Cleburne, DeKalb, Randolph, and

Talladega Counties

Local Unaffiliated Agencies

082210

ALABAMA KIWANIS FOUNDATION/JEAN DEAN RIF - 334-749-5631 Puts books in the homes of

at-risk young children statewide. (10.2%)

082203

HELPING EVERY AREA RESIDENT TO SUCCEED (HEARTS) - 256-568-5003 Charitable/educational

services for Cleburne County, AL, residents; food pantries, clothing, household items, shelter,

utilities, medication, etc.; Counseling and employment services. (23.0%)

082207

ALL SAINTS INTERFAITH CENTER OF CONCERN - (256) 236-7793 Faith based, non-profit, tax

exempt, direct relief agency providing aid, food, clothing, personal and household items to the needy

residents of Calhoun County. (9.80%)

Local Federated Agencies

083000

UNITED GIVERS FUND OF DEKALB COUNTY – 256-845-4006 Fund raising organization; donations

help support 11 agencies providing needed health and human welfare services to DeKalb County

residents. (20.3%)

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083001

GIRL SCOUTS OF NORTH CENTRAL ALABAMA – 800-734-4541 A unique, all-girl environment

where girls, ages 5-17, build character and develop qualities that will serve them all their lives. (12%)

083002

AMERICAN RED CROSS - 256-845-0202 Classes in first aid/CPR/water safety and HIV/Aids;

Hospital volunteer program; disaster assistance; service to military families; provides blood for DeKalb-

Regional Hospital. (7.3%)

083003

BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA, GREATER ALABAMA COUNCIL - 888 490-8955 The largest youth

organization in DeKalb County, teaches leadership, citizenship, and helps to develop values. Comer

Scout Reservation on Lookout Mountain serves over 4,000 youth annually. (21.1%)

083005

CASA OF DEKALB COUNTY - 256-845-2049 Provides necessary services such as food and phone

reassurance to aging and homebound persons age 60+. Has separate program for handicapped

individuals of all ages. (22.4%)

083006

ARC OF DEKALB COUNTY - 256-845-0165 Helps each individual with intellectual and developmental

disabilities achieve the highest level of independence possible through Adult Training Program,

Adult Activity Program, and Supervised Community Living Homes (13.5%)

083009

FORT PAYNE-DEKALB CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER - 256-845-0731 Quality child care at

a reasonable cost for children, ages 12 months-5 years, and before/after-school and summer care

through sixth grade; subsidized fees for eligible families. (7.2%)

083014

SALVATION ARMY, DEKALB COUNTY SERVICE CENTER & THRIFT STORE - 256-997-0858 Provides

emergency aid in form of food, medicine, shelter, and transportation to local citizens facing dire

circumstances. (0.9%)

083015

UNITED SERVICE ORGANIzATION - 877 876-4483 A congressionally-chartered, civilian, non-profit

organization devoted exclusively to serving the needs of America’s transient military personnel and

their family members around the world. (27.3%)

083016

PARTNERSHIP FOR A DRUG-FREE DEKALB COUNTY - 256-997-0000 Provides services directly

to schools, churches, businesses and civic organizations for the education and prevention of youth

drug and alcohol abuse; includes a Mentoring Program. (26.1%)

083004

KELLEY’S RAINBOW (dba MARSHALL COUNTY COALITION AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE)

- 256 891-9864 Provides 24 Hour Hotline, temporary emergency shelter, case management, civil

and criminal court advocacy, counseling and referral to legal services to victims of domestic violence

(17.3%)

UNITED WAY EAST CENTRAL ALABAMA

081100

UNITED WAY OF EAST CENTRAL ALABAMA - 256-236-8229. www.uweca.org. Serving Calhoun

and Randolph counties, works to advance the common good by promoting education, income and

health initiatives that will improve lives of all residents (14.0%)

(List of Agencies Follows)

081105

2nd CHANCE, INC. - 256 236-7381 Provides emergency shelter and services to victims of domestic

and sexual violence; offers educational outreach in Calhoun, Cherokee, Cleburne, Etowah, Randolph

and Talladega counties. (15.3%)

081122

AMERICAN RED CROSS, CALHOUN AND CLEBURNE COUNTIES - 256-236-0391 Provides relief

to victims of disasters and help people prevent and prepare for and respond to emergencies. (24.3%)

081115

BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS OF NORTHEAST ALABAMA - 256-240-7391 Professionally supported

one-to-one relationships with caring adult role models assist children in achieving their highest

potential while regular case management allows families to become more independent. (13.1%)

081109

CALHOUN CLEBURNE CHILDREN’S CENTER - 256-238-0902 Established for the various state

agencies, which are involved in the investigation, prosecution, and treatment of such victims. Helps

prepare the children for the experience of testifying in court. (0%)

081126

CALHOUN COUNTY RSVP - 256-435-5091 Coordinates volunteer opportunities for persons over 55

including orientation and placement for 50 different non-profit community service programs, agencies

and organizations. (4.59%)

081110

CHILDREN’S SERVICES, INC./PARRIS HOME FOR CHILDREN SERVICES - 256-236-0887 Provides

a safe, secure, nurturing home for child victims of abuse/neglect since 1974 (.01%)

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COMMUNITY ENABLER DEVELOPER, INC. - 256-237-6144 Seeks to ease pain and hunger for

those in need. We provide food, clothing, household items, school supplies, Christmas and financial

assistance when funds available. (24.0%)

081114

GIRL SCOUTS OF NORTH CENTRAL ALABAMA - 256-782-0073 Girl Scouting builds girls of courage,

confidence and character, who make the world a better place, through educational programs for

girls ages five to seventeen.(12%)

081106

JACKSONVILLE MEALS ON WHEELS - 256-435-7623 Delivers hot meals to our home bound clients

5 days a week at or below cost. Organization is staffed by volunteers and has no overhead. (0%)

081101

PIEDMONT BENEVOLENCE CENTER - 256 447-2220 Provides food, clothing, household goods,

school supplies; utility/rent; health, prescription, social services; and a disaster shelter for needy

residents of the Piedmont area (36272). (10.5%)

081143

RANDOLPH COUNTY 4-H YOUTH DEVELOPMENT CLUB - 256-357-2841 www.aces.edu. Provides

educational opportunities for young people to learn to make decisions, think critically, build relationships,

and develop a concern for their community and world. (0%)

081129

SALVATION ARMY, THE – 256-236-5643 Providing assistance with emergency housing, utilities,

food, clothing; emergency shelters for men, women, families; substance abuse rehab; Christmas and

disaster assistance; youth programs; summer camps. (20.2%)

LARC 10 – SOUTH CENTRAL ALABAMA

Serving Autauga, Bullock, Butler, Chambers, Chilton, Coosa,

Crenshaw, Dallas, Elmore, Lee, Lowndes, Macon, Montgomery, Perry,

Pike, Russell, Tallapoosa, and Wilcox Counties

LOCAL UNAFFILIATED AGENCIES

106814

ALABAMA KIDNEY FOUNDATION, MONTGOMERY CHAPTER – (334) 241-0003 OR 800-750-3331

Providing financial assistance, education, and support programs to Alabama’s kidney patients; including

public education initiatives promoting organ donation and prevention of kidney disease. www.

alkidney.org (13.22%)

106823

ALABAMA KIWANIS FOUNDATION/JEAN DEAN RIF (READING IS FUNDAMENTAL) – (334)

749-5631 Alabama Kiwanis Foundation/Jean Dean RIF puts books in the hands of over 23,000 at-risk

young children statewide. www.jeandeanrif.org (10.2%)

106822

AMERICAN RED CROSS – (205) 439-7817 American Red Cross will provide relief to victims of disasters

and help people prevent, prepare for and respond to emergencies. www.alredcross.org (24.3%)

106801

AUTAUGA INTERFAITH CARE CENTER (AICC) – (334) 365-4080 Mostly volunteer organization provides:

food, clothing, financial assistance to poor with urgent needs: guidance (financial, motivational,

etc.) to poor with urgent and/or chronic needs. www.aicccares.org (6.2%)

106818

CHARACTER@HEART, INC. – (334) 272-4276 An educational non-profit committed to promoting

character development in children by providing outstanding character education curriculum, training

and follow-up support to schools, teachers, and parents. www.characteratheart.org (25%)

106805

CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL OF ALABAMA – (205) 939-9100 In 2010, Children’s Hospital incurred

$48,103,871 in management and general expenses and $0 in fundraising expenses. These two expense

categories represent 8.65 percent of the Hospital’s total revenue. www.childrensal.org (8.65%)

106821

FAITH BROADCASTING, INC. – (800) 239-8900 or (334) 271-8900 Independent, non-commercial

network of eight FM radio stations (WLBF, WSTF, WDYF) serving North, Central, and Southern Alabama

with information and inspiration from a Judeo-Christian worldview. www.faithradio.org (15.93%)

106802

GIRL SCOUTS OF SOUTHERN ALABAMA – (800) 239-6636 Girl Scouts offers its leadership development

program to build girls of courage, confidence and character who make the world a better place.

www.girlscoutssa.org (22.35%)

106817

HABITAT FOR HUMANITY OF AUTAUGA AND CHILTON COUNTIES – (334) 365-4132 We partner

with low income families to create decent, affordable housing through new construction and renovations

which are offered with a zero-interest mortgage. www.habitatautaugachilton.org (11.51%)

106803

HUMANE SOCIETY OF ELMORE COUNTY – (334) 567-3377 Animal shelter caring for 5,000 animals

annually from Elmore County. 90% of our funding goes directly to our animals. www.elmorehumane.

org (10.55%)

106810

IRON MEN OUTDOOR MINISTRIES, INC. – (334) 284-6253 IMOM is compassionately committed

to supporting, spiritually and physically, those in need. Warriors, disabled, impoverished, abandoned,

and particularly those who are confined to wheelchairs. www.ironmenoutdoorministries.org (1.38%)

106813

MEDICAL AIDS OUTREACH, INC. – (334) 280-3349 Provides HIV-specific medical care; case management;

support services, HIV prevention education/testing, and counseling to patients and family

members. www.maoi.org (14.24%)

106812

MONTGOMERY AREA FOOD BANK – (334) 263-3784 A community food distribution center that

collects and ware-houses surplus nutritious food for distribution to non-profit agencies, which directly

serve the needy at no charge. www.montgomeryareafoodbank.org (1.5%)

106807

MONTGOMERY HUMANE SOCIETY – (334) 409-0622 Provides programs such as Pet Therapy,

Humane Education and volunteer services. An animal shelter dedicated to enriching and completing

families through pet adoptions. www.montgomeryhumane.com (15.01%)

106809

SAV-A-LIFE MONTGOMERY, INC. – (334) 260-8010 Sav-A-Life Montgomery dba First Choice

Women’s Medical Center does pregnancy testing, ultrasound confirmation, pregnancy peer counseling

and adoption referrals. www.savalifemtg.org www.firstchoicewmc.com (24.55%)

106815

UNITED METHODIST CHILDREN’S HOME – (334) 386-5354 Abused, neglected and traumatized

children, young mothers and struggling families fund comfort and safety through our group homes,

foster care programs and family preservation services. www.umch.net (21.60%)

106804

UNITED WAYS OF ALABAMA – (334) 269-4505 2-1-1 Connects Alabama is an easy-to-remember

dialing code linking those in need to help. In 2011, 2-1-1 helped over 223,160 callers in Alabama.

www.211connectsalabama.org (15.71%) www.unitedwaysofalabama.org

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LOCAL FEDERATED AGENCIES

0106500

UNITED WAY OF LEE CO. – (334) 745-5540 Improves lives in Lee Co. through 29 member agencies,

programs and initiatives providing a variety of human-care services through four critical impact areas.

(9.20%)

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106526

ALABAMA EASTER SEALS, LEE CO. CHAPTER – (334) 745-3501 Improves the quality of life for

individuals who are disabled or economically disadvantaged by helping them become productive, selfsustaining

and healthy members of their community. (2%)

106504

AUBURN CITY SCHOOLS DENTAL CLINIC – (334) 887-1926 Auburn City Schools Dental Clinic

provides comprehensive dental care to low-income students in grades K-12. Routine dental care

improves student health and academic achievement. (6.83%)

106505

AUBURN DAY CARE CENTERS – (334) 821-4060 Auburn Day Care provides comprehensive child

care services that are accessible and affordable so that low-income parents can attend work, school,

or job training. (1%)

106506

AUBURN & OPELIKA DIXIE LEAGUE BASEBALL – (334) 501-2930 Provide baseball and softball

opportunities for the youth of Auburn & Opelika. United Way funding provides scholarships and equipment

for low-income children. (1%)

106539

CHILD ADVOCACY CENTER OF EAST ALABAMA – (334) 705-0770 Raises awareness of child

abuse and provides child abuse victims a child-friendly place to tell their story and heal from the

trauma they have endured. (18.20%)

106520

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE INTERVENTION CENTER – (334) 749-9284 The Domestic Violence

Intervention Center is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that serves victims of domestic violence in Lee,

Chambers, Macon, Randolph, and Tallapoosa counties. (20.59%)

106518

EAST ALABAMA MENTAL HEALTH/MENTAL RETARDATION CENTER – (334) 742-2112 Special

Deliveries is a child abuse prevention program which provides parenting skills, training, counseling,

and family support services for families with children under five years of age. (11%)

106519

EAST ALABAMA SERVICES FOR THE ELDERLY – (334) 826-5811 Provides services for lowincome,

challenged, elderly to remain independent through health, nutrition, housing programs, and a

day-care center, in an attempt to prevent premature institutionalization. (12%)

106516

FOOD BANK OF EAST ALABAMA / COMMUNITY MARKET– (334) 821-9006 The Food Bank is a

distribution center committed to feeding the hungry by distributing donated food through qualified agencies

such as soup kitchens, shelters and pantries. (3.60%)

106530

LEE CO. LITERACY COALITION – (334) 705-0001 The Lee County Literacy Coalition provides

trained volunteers to tutor adults and youth in reading, writing, math, English, and other basic literary

skills. (8.50%

106536

PROJECT UPLIFT – (334) 321-0205 LCYDC’s In-School prevention and Project Uplift programs are

designed to help children develop constructive, happy, and healthy lives in an effort to enjoy a promising

future. (15%)

106537

RAPE COUNSELORS OF EAST ALABAMA – (334) 741-0707 RCEA provides 24-hour crisis counseling

to victims of sexual assault and their families. Prevention education programs are available to

schools, allied professionals, and community groups. (5%)

106538

SALVATION ARMY – (334) 826-0073 The Salvation Army is committed to meeting human needs

without discrimination in Lee County. (4.40%)

106540

WILLIAM MASON EMERGENCY FUND – (334) 745-5540 Provides emergency assistance and

referral services to individuals in need of food, shelter, medicine, doctor visits, transportation, and other

crisis and emergency needs. (0%)

106600

UNITED WAY OF THE CHATTAHOOCHEE VALLEY – 706-327-3255 Provides an organized voluntary

effort toward improving quality of life by assuring the delivery of human services in an economical

and efficient way. (11.7%)

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106601

AMERICAN RED CROSS, RUSSELL CO. CHAPTER – (334) 298-3631 The American Red Cross

provides relief to victims of disaster and helps prevent, prepare for and respond to emergencies.

(7.3%)

106613

BOY SCOUTS, CHATTAHOOCHEE COUNCIL – (706) 327-2634 Scouting programs build the leaders

of tomorrow by helping the youth of today overcome challenges with honor and courage. (15%)

106618

COLUMBUS HOSPICE OF ALABAMA – (706) 569-7992 Columbus Hospice care is a family-centered

approach that includes, minimally, a team of physicians, nurses, social workers, counselors, chaplains,

home health aides and volunteers. (11.9%)

106622

FAMILY CENTER OF COLUMBUS, THE – 706-327-3238 Providing outpatient counseling services,

Consumer Credit Counseling Service, and the Big Brothers Big Sisters program to strengthen individuals

and families in the Chattahoochee Valley. (8.7%)

106623

FEEDING THE VALLEY, INC. – 706-561-4755 This organization provides food for charitable organizations

who distribute food to clients in need. We provide additional food resources through Kids Cafe’

and Mobile Pantry. (8%)

106614

GIRL SCOUTS, HISTORIC GEORGIA – 706-327-2646 Girl Scouts builds girls of courage, confidence

and character, who make the world a better place. Girl Scouting is for every girl, everywhere – where

today’s girls can become tomorrow’s leaders. (24.4%)

106615

GOODWILL INDUSTRIES – 706-324-4366 Developing people, changing lives, building communities:

Through mission services we give people the support and skills they need to maintain employment and

become self-sufficient. (1.5%)

106616

RUSSELL CO. CHILD ADVOCACY CENTER – (334) 297-4962 The Russell County Child Advocacy

Center is a neutral and child friendly environment for children to be interviewed regarding allegations of

abuse and receiv support services at no cost to the family. (1.8%)

106612

SALVATION ARMY, THE – 706-327-0275 Provision of basic human needs; utility assistance, food,

clothing, rent/mortgage assistance, hygiene items, medication and medical/bereavement transportation

to individuals and families in need. (24%)

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106602

TEENS EMPOWERMENT AWARENESS WITH RESOLUTIONS, INC. (TEARS) – To encourage youth

to make healthy decisions by providing life skills education, counseling, drug abuse prevention & treatment,

tutorial, mentoring, and teaching anger management skills. (14.6%)

106637

YMCA – 706-322-0414 The YMCA teaches core values and strengthens individuals to their full potential.

We do this through a variety of programs which meet personal needs. (11.1%)

101000

UNITED WAY OF SELMA & DALLAS CO. – (334) 874-8383 A fund raising organization for 13 local

non-profit agencies. We also provide direct services in prescription assistance, and free medical clinic.

(10%)

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101010

AMERICAN RED CROSS – (334) 874-4641 Works in our community in disaster relief, CPR/First Aid

Training, utility assistance and blood drives. (14%)

101011

CAHABA CENTER FOR MENTAL HEALTH – (334) 872-7500 Operates wide variety of mental health

services, chiefly the Early Intervention program, and Adult day activity program. (5%)

101017

BOSCO FOOD CENTER – (334) 872-8122 Serves hot meals everyday, 365 days of the year. (1%)

101015

BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA, TUKABATCHEE AREA COUNCIL – (334) 262-2697 Provides outdoor

and leadership education to area youth. (22.35%)

101014

CRIPPLED CHILDREN AND ADULTS ASSOCIATION – (334) 872-8421 This program is administered

by the W. Central Alabama Rehabilitation Center to help train and provide therapy to injured adults and

children. (5%)

101002

GIRL SCOUT COUNCIL SOUTH CENTRAL ALABAMA – 800-239-6636 Provides outdoor, and

leadership education to young people of Central Alabama. (15.75%)

101008

LITERACY OUTREACH PROGRAM – (334) 874-1720 Program at Selma-Dallas County Public

Library to help purchase new books, and adult educational programs. (0%)

101018

SABRA SANCTUARY – (334) 874-8711 Provides shelter and assistance to victims of domestic

violence. (20%)

101016

SALVATION ARMY – (334) 872-1646 Provides emergency family assistance, and disaster relief. (15%)

101019

SELMA AREA FOOD BANK – (334) 872-4111 Provides food to area nutritional programs and

churches. (10%)

101013

SPECIAL PRE-SCHOOL PROGRAM – (334) 872-8421 Works with developmentally disabled children

to prepare them for school and physical therapy. (2%)

101005

YMCA, SELMA AND DALLAS COUNTY – (334) 874-9622 Operates 2 branches, Walker Johnson

and Brown Branch. Provides recreational activities to young people in a structured safe environment.

(17%)

106200

LAKE MARTIN AREA UNITED WAY – (256) 329-3600 Provides funding for 20 area agencies serving

the Lake Martin area. (17.2%)

(List of Agencies Follows)

106224

ALEXANDER CITY MEALS ON WHEELS – (256) 329-7382 Provide hot, nourishing meals at noon to

elderly and disabled persons unable to cook for themselves. Over 200 volunteers help deliver meals.

(19%)

106204

AMERICAN RED CROSS TALLAPOOSA CHAPTER – (256) 234-3291. Provides aid for disaster

victims including house fires; Armed Forces Emergency Services; assists families in need with rent and

utilities; first aid, CPR training, and blood drives. (15%)

106205

BOY SCOUTS TUKABATCHEE AREA – (334) 262-2697 Develops character, teaches responsibility

and healthy attitudes toward moral, physical and mental fitness in preparation for future leadership.

www.tukabatcheebsa.org (10%)

106206

BOYS AND GIRLS CLUBS OF THE LAKE MARTIN AREA - (256) 234-4757 After school and summer

programs offering activities in education, career and technology development, drug prevention,

sports and recreation, character and leadership, and the arts. (15%)

106201

CAMP ASCCA – (256) 825-9226 or (800) 843-2267 Provides year-round camping, recreation, and

outdoor education opportunities for people with disabilities. www.campascca.org (17.5%)

106207

CAMPFIRE USA – (256) 329-9316 A nonprofit youth development organization offering informal

educational programming that builds caring, confident youths and future leaders and teaches life-long

skills. (12.25%)

106209

D.A.R.E. (DRUG ABUSE RESISTANCE EDUCATION) - City of Alexander City Schools, (256) 329-

6763 and Tallapoosa CO. Schools, (256) 825-4264 Provide classes on drug and alcohol awareness

along with prevention programs within the city/county school systems and provides positive alternatives

involving drug/alcohol use. www.tallaco.com/sheriff.asp (5%)

106221

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE INTERVENTION CENTER – (334) 749-9284 A short-term shelter providing a

safe place for victims and their children to get away from the immediate crisis and make plans for the

future. (19%)

106225

FOOD BANK OF EAST ALABAMA – (334) 821-9006 Feeds the needy of East Central Alabama by

efficiently distributing donated and purchased food through qualified agencies such as soup kitchens,

shelters, and pantries. www.foodbankofeastalabama.com (3.6%)

106210

GIRL SCOUTS OF SOUTHERN ALABAMA – (800) 239-6636 Girl Scouts offers its leadership development

program to build girls of courage, confidence and character who make the world a better place.

www.girlscoutssa.org (22.35%)

106212

HEAD START – (256) 825-4204 Provides pre-school training in reading and understanding of what is

expected in preparation for initial education requirements. Volunteers are used extensively. (14%)

106216

LAKE MARTIN LAUBACH LITERACY COUNCIL – (256) 215-4347 An adult basic education program

for improvement in reading, math, job skills, and completion of high school diploma. (5%)

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106214

PALMER PLACE CHILD ADVOCACY CENTER – (256) 315-2662 Palmer Place is a child-friendly

house where children can go and feel comfortable and safe while being interviewed regarding allegations

of abuse. Serves Coosa, Clay, and Talladega counties. (24%)

106219

RESCUE SQUAD – (256) 215-6660 A group of volunteers that provide 24-hour emergency service for

the search and rescue of lost victims on water and land and aid to disaster victims. (0%)

106218

LIGHTHOUSE OF TALLAPOOSA CO., THE – (256) 234-4894 Provides highest quality of residential

rehabilitation services for males with a history of prolonged substance abuse and are lacking a

living arrangement conducive to recovery. (14%)

106222

SALVATION ARMY, THE – (256) 215-3730 Stands ready to assist people swiftly and compassionately

in the Lake Martin area in any emergency and provides joy at Christmas and other times for

needy children and adults. (2%)

106223

TALLAPOOSA AID TO PEOPLE (TAP) – (256) 234-3291 Provides temporary assistance to individuals

who have experienced a recent crisis or emergency where they are unable to meet their needs.

(6.22%)

106203

TRI-CO. CHILDREN’S ADVOCACY CENTER – (888) 204-7224 Helps sexually and physically

abused children in Tallapoosa, Chambers, and Randolph counties to heal through forensic interviews,

therapy, and case management. (14.9%)

106220

VOLUNTEER CONNECTIONS OF CENTRAL ALABAMA – (256) 234-0347 Provide volunteer opportunities.

Community programs include Free Tax Assistance, Computer Classes for Seniors, Senior

Rx, Family Literacy, Safety Awareness for Seniors, and recycling. www.vcca.blog.com (17%)

106300

CHILTON CO. UNITED WAY – (205) 755-5875 Supports 26 different agencies that serve Chilton

County residents. We are a local organization run by volunteers raising funds, and reviewing the

services, meeting needs. (11%)

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106302

AMERICAN RED CROSS, CHILTON CO. – (334) 260-3980 Meets the vital needs of the community

through its blood bank, disaster services, service to the military and educational CRP and water safety

programs. www.montgomeryarc.org (13.75%)

106303

BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA, TUKABATCHEE AREA COUNCIL – (334) 262-2697 Provides

character-building guidance as well as outdoor experiences to boys and young men. (20%)

106305

CHILD PROTECT – (334) 262-1220 Supports children who are victims of abuse through the investigation

and management of their cases in a non-threatening environment. (25%)

106307

CHILTON-SHELBY MENTAL HEALTH CENTER – (205) 755-8800 Provides day programs, therapy,

recreation, education, and group homes for mentally retarded adults and programs for retarded infants

and preschoolers. Family counseling available. (13.78%)

106314

EASTER SEALS PEDIATRIC REHAB - (205) 942-6277 Provides medical rehabilitation to children

ages birth to 21 with disabilities regardless of ability to pay. (15%)

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106312

FAMILY SUNSHINE CENTER (MONTGOMERY AREA FAMILY VIOLENCE PROGRAM, INC.) – (334)

206-2100 Provides aid to battered adults and children. Committed to ending family violence. (18.98%)

106309

GIRL SCOUTS SOUTH CENTRAL ALABAMA COUNCIL – CHILTON CO. – (800) 734-4541

Provides an informal education program offering girls ages 5-17 activities addressing social issues for

girls, community service, patriotism and leadership development. (9%)

106310

HABITAT FOR HUMANITY OF AUTAUGA AND CHILTON COUNTIES – (334) 365-4132 Witnesses

to and implements the gospel of Jesus Christ – working with economically disadvantaged people helping

them create a better human habitat to live and work. (11%)

106308

SPAN (SPECIAL PROGRAMMING FOR ACHIEVEMENT NETWORK) OF CHILTON CO. - (205) 755-

2779 For high risk adolescents (12-17) referred by Juvenile Court, DHR, Mental Health or the school

system. Offers academic, social, employment, behavior/motivational training and counseling. (23%)

106301

WEST CENTRAL AL REHABILITATION CENTER – (334) 395-4489 is an unincorporated non-profit

affiliate of the AL Easter Seal Society. The Center provides various services to the handicapped

citizens of West Central Alabama. (12%)

106400

RIVER REGION UNITED WAY – (334) 264-7318 Advances the Common Good in education, income,

and health. Raising funds, forming collaborations with private, public, and governmental organizations

in Autauga, Elmore, Lowndes, Macon, Montgomery. www.RiverRegionUnitedWay.org (19.34%)

(List of Agencies Follows)

106442

AID TO INMATE MOTHERS – (334) 262-2245 Offers visits with children, family outreach, education

and support services to inmate mothers, and aftercare to promote success in transition from prison to

community life. www.inmatemom.org (13%)

106401

AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY MID-SOUTH DIVISION- (334) 612-8165 The nationwide communitybased

voluntary health organization dedicated to eliminating cancer through its mission of prevention,

education, research and service. www.cancer.org (21%)

106406

AMERICAN RED CROSS OF CENTRAL ALABAMA-(334) 260-3980 A Humanitarian organization led

by volunteers which provides relief to victims of disasters and helps people prevent, prepare for, and

respond to disasters. www.montgomeryarc.org (14.78%)

106419

ARC OF EASTERN ELMORE CO.- (334) 514-0708 Providing residential and day habilitation services

to adults with intellectual disabilities to enable them to become as independent as possible. (13%)

106427

AUTAUGA CO. FAMILY SUPPORT CENTER – (334) 361-4703 A non-profit agency which provides

free programs focused at improving the quality of life in children and families through education, advocacy

and employment. www.acfsc.org (17%)

106422

AUTAUGA WESTERN ELMORE ARC (LOUISE M. SMITH DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER) - 334-

365-4054. Training prepares adults with mental retardation for fullest possible participation in their

community. Provides adult residential program and early intervention for children with disabilities 0-3

years. (20%)

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BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA, TUKABATCHEE AREA COUNCIL (334) 262-2697 Youth service organization

serving youth ages 6-20 through Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, venturing, exploring and learning

for life based on Scout Oath and Law. www.tukabatcheebsa.org (12%)

106408

BOYS & GIRLS CLUB OF MONTGOMERY, INC. (334) 832-4288 Two facilities providing after-school

programs in health, life-skills, citizenship, leadership development educational and career exploration,

sports, fitness, recreation and the arts for youngsters 6-18. (20%)

106409

BRANTWOOD CHILDREN’S HOME – (334) 265-0784 Serving Alabama’s abused, neglected, homeless

youth since 1917. Providing a loving, protective home that includes an on-site school, drug free

living and job readiness programs. www.brantwoodchildrenshome.org (19%)

106410

CATHOLIC SOCIAL SERVICES – (334) 288-8890 Assists with emergency utilities, food, clothing,

counseling, domestic/ international pregnancy support services, medication assistance, services to frail

elderly, immigration resources. www.cssalabama.org (7%)

106413

CHILD PROTECT – (334) 262-1220. Provides a non-threatening site where child victims can relate

their abuse to interviewers who help minimize the trauma. A multi-diciplinary team provides appropriate

action. (27.78%)

106412

CHILDREN’S CENTER OF MONTGOMERY, INC. – (334) 262-4850 Serves disabled children from

birth through 21. All students are physically and mentally challenged. Services include academic,

medical, physical and occupational therapy, speech and language. www.mps.k12.al.us (20.33%)

106437

EASTER SEALS CAMP ASCCA – (800) 843-2267 or (256) 825-9226 Easter Seals Camp ASCCA provides

year-round camping, recreation, and outdoor education opportunities for people with disabilities.

www.campascca.org (16.71%)

106402

EASTER SEALS CENTRAL ALABAMA REHABILITATION & CAREER CENTER – (334) 288-0240

A comprehensive rehabilitation center providing life enhancing programs including speech, vocational

evaluation, employment services and skills training for the disabled including the deaf. www.eastersealsca.org

(20.09%)

106403

ELMORE/AUTAUGA COMMUNITY ACTION COMMITTEE - 334-567-4361. Operates programs that

help address needs and provide benefits to Head Start children and elderly persons. Education is a

priority. Energy efficiency for health/ safety. (3.59%)

106414

FAMILY GUIDANCE CENTER OF ALABAMA – (334) 270-4100 Counseling services for families, Big

Brothers/ Big Sisters Program, Parenting Institute, Family Services, Travelers Aid, Child Care Management

Program, Family Coaches Program, Senior Services. www.familyguidancecenter.org (6.70%)

106415

FAMILY SUNSHINE CENTER-(334) 206-2100 and 800-650-6522 Assists victims of domestic violence

and sexual assault. Services include a 24-hour hotline, safe shelter, counseling, advocacy, and

school-based prevention programs. www.familysunshine.org (17.60%)

106416

GIFT OF LIFE FOUNDATION, INC. - (334) 272-1820 Provides prenatal care and education to low

income families through various systems of family health services focusing on maternal and child

healthcare. www.golfound.com (3.19%)

106417

GIRL SCOUTS OF SOUTHERN ALABAMA, INC -800-239-6636 and (256) 586-3148 Girl Scouts offers

its leadership development program to build girls of courage, confidence and character who make

the world a better place. www.girlscoutssa.org (22.35%)

106418

GOODWILL INDUSTRIES OF CENTRAL ALABAMA – (334) 263-4633 Provides training, vocational

rehabilitation, and employment opportunities for people with disabilities or other vocational problems

that create barriers to competitive employment. (7.43%)

106420

HOSPICE OF MONTGOMERY, INC. -(334) 279-6677 A non-profit healthcare organization that

provides in-home physical, emotional, spiritual and bereavement services to terminally ill patients and

families regardless of their ability to pay. www.hospiceofmontgomery.org (24.98%)

106421

LIGHTHOUSE COUNSELING CENTER, INC, (334) 286-5980 or Crisis (888) 908-7273 Provides intensive

outpatient treatment for substance abuse, housing for qualified homeless persons, specialized

women’s programs, 24-hour crises intervention for sexual assault victims and HIV education. www.

lighthousehelp.org (9.50%)

106425

MENTAL HEALTH AMERICA IN MONTGOMERY – (334) 262-5500 Agency through which volunteers

work to improve conditions for mentally ill and educate about mental health and mental illness. Free

speakers, educational materials, and programs. www.mhamontgomery.com (23.15%)

106426

MONTGOMERY AREA COUNCIL ON AGING - (334) 263-0532 Assist senior citizens by providing

services to promote independent living, offering opportunities to enhance their quality of life, and

increasing community awareness of senior issues. www.macoa.org (20.75%)

106404

MONTGOMERY AREA NONTRADITIONAL EQUESTRIANS (MANE) - (334) 213-0909 Nationally

accredited therapeutic riding center providing medically appropriate therapeutic horseback riding

opportunities to children and adults with physical, cognitive, social, emotional or behavioral disabilities.

(3.22%)

106424

MONTGOMERY ASSOCIATION FOR RETARDED CITIzENS, INC. – (334) 281-6938 Serves individuals

with mental retardation and developmental delays through infant early intervention, adult day training

and residential services to promote independence and daily living skills. (11.95%)

106429

NELLIE BURGE COMMUNITY CENTER - (334) 264-4108 Provides transitional shelter for homeless

women with children, along with Federal Nutrition, adult basic education, senior meals, education,

advocacy and support. (5%)

106423

PASS - PEERS ARE STAYING STRAIGHT (THE NOBLE IDEA) – (334) 358-4900 Promotes intolerance

to drug use, violence, or risky behaviors in the youth of Autauga and the surrounding community,

especially targeting high-risk populations. (19%)

106430

THE SALVATION ARMY – (334) 265-0281 Provides emergency food, clothing shelter, community

feeding program; Christmas food, clothing, toys; referrals; character building programs meeting social,

educational, moral, spiritual needs; counseling; summer camps. (19.54%)

106405

SECOND CHANCE FOUNDATION - (334) 263-9733 Day treatment and remediation services for

youth expelled from school. Individual, group and family counseling, academic remediation, life skills

classes, community service, structure and support. (16%)

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106432

SICKLE CELL FOUNDATION OF GREATER MONTGOMERY, INC - (334) 286-9122 Provides education,

screening, counseling, and referral services in preventing and treating Sickle Cell disease. Hosts

support group gatherings for anemia and trait victims. www.scfgm.org (15.66%)

106433

VOLUNTEER AND INFORMATION CENTER, INC. – (334) 264-3335 or 264-4636 Coordinates volunteer

efforts by bringing people and community needs together to solve local problems. Operates 2-1-1

Connects health and human services information and referral line. www.clickvic.org (23.24%)

106435

YMCA OF MONTGOMERY, ALABAMA -(334) 269-4362 Building character; Making a difference;

Changing lives of kids, families and communities through health and human service programs that

promote healthy spirit, mind and body. www.ymcamontgomery.org (23.24%)

106436

YMCA OF PRATTVILLE, ALABAMA, INC. – 334 365-8852 Provides a variety of spiritual, physical

and character development programs for children and adults focusing on youth with activities involving

respect, caring, honesty and responsibility. (12%)

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LARC 11 – SOUTHWEST ALABAMA

Serving Baldwin, Clarke, Choctaw, Conecuh, Escambia, Mobile,

Monroe, and Washington Counties

LOCAL FEDERATED AGENCIES

117000

UNITED WAY OF SOUTHWEST ALABAMA, INC. – (251) 433-3624, www.uwswa.org. Creating lasting,

positive change by serving 125,000 people annually through stewardship, community building and

funding 52 partner agencies within Mobile, Washington and Clarke Counties. (20.1%)

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117002

ALPHA PREGNANCY TESTING CENTER, SAV-A-LIFE, INC. – (251) 246-7750, www.alphapregnancytestingcenter.com.

Provides free pregnancy tests, client advocate support, options information,

ultrasound, material services, abstinence education, post-abortion program, earn while you learn

parenting classes, fatherhood program. (0%)

117003

AMERICAN RED CROSS-ALABAMA GULF COAST CHAPTER – (251) 544-6100, www.redcrossalcoast.org.

The American Red Cross will provide relief to victims of disasters and help people prevent,

prepare for and respond to emergencies. (24.3%)

117018

AMERICAN RED CROSS – WASHINGTON CO. – (251) 847-2491, A humanitarian organization led

by volunteers, which provides relief to victims of disasters and helps people prevent, prepare for and

respond to emergencies. (24.3%)

117004

BAY AREA FOOD BANK, INC. - (251) 653-1617, www.bayareafoodbank.org. Feeding America member

distributing food through charitable organizations in Florida, Alabama and Mississippi Gulf Coast

Counties and providing food to children in enrichment programs. (2.2%)

117021

BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA, MOBILE AREA COUNCIL - (251) 476-4600, www.bsamac.org. Scouting

programs for youth ages 6 to 20 that provide character building, leadership, and citizenship training

and physical fitness in a fun, inclusive environment. (28.0%)

117005

BOYS AND GIRLS CLUBS OF SOUTH ALABAMA, INC. – (251) 432-1235, www.bgcsouthal.org. Provides

service to over 3,500 children from Mobile and Baldwin Cos; daily programs including tutoring,

computer classes, life skills, organized athletics, mentoring, character building and leadership. (6.0%)

117006

CATHOLIC SOCIAL SERVICES - (251) 434-1550, www.catholicsocialservices.com. Emergency assistance

for individuals and families; clinical counseling, pregnancy/adoption services and infant foster

care. (4.2%)

117050

CHILD ADVOCACY CENTER, INC. - (251) 432-1101, www.cacmobile.org. Coordinating in-depth healing

services for sexual and severe physical child abuse victims and their families by providing needed

services and programs under one roof. (10.5%)

117039

CLARKE COUNTY ARC, INC. – (251) 246-3000, www.clarkearc.com. Offers services to people with

cognitive disabilities; day training, group homes, supported living assistance, in/out of home respite

care, supported employment services and specialized medical needs. (6.6%)

117010

COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCY OF SOUTH ALABAMA – (251) 626-2646, www.caaofbecmcc.org. A

non-profit agency governed by a tri-partite board to address needs of poor, elderly and disabled person

throughout our five-CO. service area. (0.3%)

117009

CRITTENTON YOUTH SERVICES, INC. – (251) 639-0004. Information, family support, referral, and

educational services are offered free of charge to teens and parents regarding adolescent sexuality,

teen pregnancy, and teen parenting issues. (17.2%)

117012

DRUG EDUCATION COUNCIL – (251) 478-7855, www.drugeducation.org. The Drug Education is

a voluntary, non-profit organization dedicated to promoting a drug-free society, preventing chemical

dependency, and promoting quality education, information and intervention programs. (13.2%)

117013

DUMAS WESLEY COMMUNITY CENTER – (251) 479-0649, www.dumaswesley.org. The agency is a

multi-service community center located in a low-income inner city neighborhood and offers programs

for children, teens and adults. (16.5%)

117044

EDUCATIONAL CENTER FOR INDEPENDENCE, INC. – (251) 847-2970. Provides services to adults

with intellectual and developmental disabilities in Washington CO. to help them achieve greater independence

in their lives. (0.0%)

117014

EPILEPSY FOUNDATION OF ALABAMA – (800) 626-1582 or (251) 341-0170, www.epilepsyfoundationalabama.org.

Client support services (information and referral, consultations), employment

assistance, advocacy, emergency support/medications, social programs/support groups; community

and professional education, camp. (18.2%)

117015

FAMILY COUNSELING CENTER OF MOBILE, INC. – (251) 602-0909, www.lifelinesmobile.org.

Through family counseling, financial literacy and information and referral, our mission is to help individuals

live more productive lives through caring, counseling and education. (15.8%)

117011

GIRL SCOUTS OF SOUTHERN ALABAMA – (251) 344-3330, www.girlscoussa.org. Girl scouting

builds girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place. (22.35%)

117017

GOODWILL EASTER SEALS OF THE GULF COAST, INC. – (251) 471-1581, www.goodwilleasterseals.org.

Programs and services to help individuals and families overcome challenges due to

disabilities or other barriers which impact economic self-sufficiency and quality of life. (9.2%)

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117024

GULF REGIONAL CHILDCARE MANAGEMENT AGENCY, INC – (251) 473-1060, www.grcma.org.

Provides information and referral services; connects families of young children with early childhood

education community program options; and provides educational programs for teachers and caregivers.

(13.5%)

117019

HABITAT FOR HUMANITY IN MOBILE CO. – (251) 476-7171, www.habitatmobile.org. An ecumenical

Christian housing ministry seeking to eliminate substandard housing by partnering with the community

to make decent shelter a matter of conscience and action. (8.2%)

107001

HOME OF GRACE FOR WOMEN, INC. – (251) 456-7807, www.homeofgraceforwomen.com. Residential

recovery program for females age eighteen and up with alcohol/drug addiction problems. The

program embraces all aspects of addiction and recovery. (10.1%)

117022

MOBILE ARC, INC. – (251) 479-7409, www.mobilearc.org. The organization advocates for people with

developmental disabilities and works to secure or provide services in all areas to improve the quality of

their lives.(16.8%)

117023

MOBILE ASSOCIATION FOR THE BLIND – (251) 473-3585, www.mobileblind.org. MAB provides

employment opportunities to people with disabilities both by hiring individuals in our workshop and by

offering placement assistance elsewhere in our community. (19.7%)

117008

MOBILE BAR ASSOCIATION VOUNTEER LAWYERS PROGRAM – (251) 433-6693, www.vlpmobile.

org. Mobile Bar Association Volunteer Lawyers Program provides quality pro bono civil legal assistance

to the low-income Mobile County residents. (10.8%)

117026

MOBILE PRESCHOOL CENTER FOR THE SENSORY IMPAIRED – (251) 433-1234 The preschool

assists children with hearing or vision loss and their families. Services are provided through collaborative

efforts of parents, staff, and other professionals. (19.0%)

117027

MULHERIN CUSTODIAL HOME – (251) 471-1998, www.mulherinhome.com. Providing 24-hour custodial

care for individuals with mental and physical disabilities, in a home-like atmosphere with emphasis

on quality of life. (8.8%)

117028

PENELOPE HOUSE FAMILY VIOLENCE CENTER, INC.– (251) 342-2809, www.penelopehouse.org.

Provides safety, protection, and support to the victims of Domestic Violence and their children through

shelter, advocacy, and individual and community education. (18.4%)

117051

REGIONAL CHILD ADVOCACY CENTER - (251) 275-2804. Provides services to abused and neglected

children through a licensed foster home “Almost Home” and a Child Advocacy Center. (9.4%)

117040

THE SALVATION ARMY COASTAL ALABAMA– (251) 438-1625, www.salvationarmyMobile.org.

Provides food, shelter, clothing, utility and travel assistance, residential and nonresidential drug/alcohol

treatment, as well as work therapy and job mentoring programs. (10.6%)

117029

SENIOR CITIzENS SERVICES, INC.– (251) 478-3311, www.viamobile.org. Via Health, Fitness, and

Enrichment Center provides center-based programs supporting healthy, active, independent living.

Includes in-home support, health outreach, food pantry and adult day care. (16.2%)

117032

SICKLE CELL DISEASE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA, MOBILE CHAPTER, INC.– (251)432-0301,

www.scdaamobile.org. A non-profit organization serving nine counties in Southwest Alabama. Services

include sickle cell education, testing, counseling and after-school tutorial, supportive and referral

services. (14.5%)

117030

ST. MARY’S HOME – (251) 344-7733. Provides residential treatment, crisis intervention, foster care

and transitional living services for abused, neglected or homeless children and youth. (7.6%)

117035

UNITED CEREBRAL PALSY OF MOBILE, INC. – (251) 479-4900, www.ucpmobile.org. Information/

referral, respite, early intervention, pre-school, supported employment, adult services, advocacy,

therapy, camp and public education. (18.5%)

117046

VICTORY HEALTH PARTNERS – (251) 460-0999, www.victoryhealth.org. A non-profit faith-based

clinic providing quality medical and dental services to uninsured adults of South Alabama. (16.2%)

117036

WILMER HALL CHILDREN’S HOME – (251) 342-4931 Provides a warm, loving and nurturing home

for children who are victims of poverty, abuse and neglect; a place they can live, learn and grow, both

physically and spiritually. (24.1%)

117100

UNITED WAY OF BALDWIN COUNTY – (251) 943-2110, www.unitedway-bc.org. raises and allocates

funds to 38 agencies to advance the common good by promoting financial independence,

improving the health of individuals and increasing education. (9.0%)

(List of Agencies Follows)

117101

AMERICAN RED CROSS-ALABAMA GULF COAST CHAPTER – (251) 544-6100, www.redcrossalcoast.org.

The American Red Cross will provide relief to victims of disasters and help people prevent,

prepare for and respond to emergencies. (24.3%)

117103

ASSOCIATION FOR RETARDED CITIzENS OF BALDWIN COUNTY, INC. (251) 964-4451 Ensures

quality services are available to individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. (0%)

117105

BALDWIN COUNTY MENTAL HEALTH CENTER, INC. (251) 990-4211 Provides a range of community

based mental health services to adults and children with severe emotional and mental disturbances,

and/or substance abuse issues. (12%)

117102

BAY AREA FOOD BANK, INC. - (251) 653-1617, www.bayareafoodbank.org. Feeding America member

distributing food through charitable organizations in Florida, Alabama and Mississippi Gulf Coast

Counties and providing food to children in enrichment programs. (2.2%)

117104

BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA, MOBILE AREA COUNCIL - (251) 476-4600, www.bsamac.org. Scouting

programs for youth ages 6 to 20 that provide character building, leadership, and citizenship training

and physical fitness in a fun, inclusive environment. (28.0%)

117112

CATHOLIC SOCIAL SERVICES OF BALDWIN COUNTY (251) 947-2293, www.catholicsocialservices.com.

Offers multifaceted professional programs serving the poor or distressed through casework,

emergency assistance, referrals, immigration, resources, therapeutic counseling, advocacy and various

other special services. (4.0%)

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117110

COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCY OF SOUTH ALABAMA – (251) 626-2646, www.caaofbecmcc.org. A

non-profit agency governed by a tri-partite board to address needs of poor, elderly and disabled person

throughout our five-CO. service area. (0.3%)

117109

DRUG EDUCATION COUNCIL – (251) 478-7855, www.drugeducation.org. The Drug Education is

a voluntary, non-profit organization dedicated to promoting a drug-free society, preventing chemical

dependency, and promoting quality education, information and intervention programs. (13.2%)

117115

ECUMENICAL MINISTRIES – (251) 928-3430 or (251) 943-3445, www.baldwinemi.org. A social

service agency that serves families in crisis in the Eastern Shore and South Baldwin County communities.

(14.7%)

117111

FAMILY COUNSELING CENTER OF MOBILE, INC. – (251) 602-0909, www.lifelinesmobile.org.

Through family counseling, financial literacy and information and referral, our mission is to help individuals

live more productive lives through caring, counseling and education. (15.8%)

117116

GIRL SCOUTS OF SOUTHERN ALABAMA – (251) 344-3330, www.girlscoussa.org. Girl scouting

builds girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place. (22.35%)

117117

GOODWILL EASTER SEALS OF THE GULF COAST, INC. – (251) 471-1581, www.goodwilleasterseals.org.

Programs and services to help individuals and families overcome challenges due to

disabilities or other barriers which impact economic self-sufficiency and quality of life. (9.2%)

117121

HOME OF GRACE FOR WOMEN, INC. – (251) 456-7807, www.homeofgraceforwomen.com. Residential

recovery program for females age eighteen and up with alcohol/drug addiction problems. The

program embraces all aspects of addiction and recovery. (10.1%)

117113

MARY’S SHELTER – (251) 986-6200, www.maryssheltergulfcoast.org. Family style living for homeless

pregnant women to deliver in a safe environment and learn life skills needed to live independently in

the community. (25%)

117119

MOBILE PRESCHOOL CENTER FOR THE SENSORY IMPAIRED – (251) 433-1234 The preschool

assists children with hearing or vision loss and their families. Services are provided through collaborative

efforts of parents, staff, and other professionals. (19.0%)

117124

SOUTH BALDWIN LITERACY COUNCIL (251) 943-7323. Free instruction for GED, ESL, Citizenship,

ASVAB, and Alabama High School Graduation Exams. (28%)

117131

BALDWIN FAMILY VIOLENCE SHELTER, (THE LIGHTHOUSE), (251) 947-6197, www.abeacon.org,

Our mission is the elimination of family violence and sexual assault through education, intervention,

services and collaboration with the community. (1.6%)

117122

THE SHOULDER OF THE CENTRAL GULF COAST, INC. – (251) 626-2199. Provides residential

substance abuse treatment for men. Also, outpatient substance abuse treatment, individual counseling

and assessments for both men and women. (13.94%)

117500

UNITED WAY OF MONROE COUNTY – (251) 743-8292. An all-volunteer group of business leaders

who raise fund to support about 20 nonprofit organizations serving humanitarian needs in our community.

(4.0%)

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117501

AMERICAN RED CROSS – (251) 436-7907. A humanitarian organization, led by volunteers, which

provides relief to victims of disasters and helps people, prevent, prepare for and respond to emergencies.

(24.3%)

117502

GIRL SCOUTS OF SOUTHERN ALABAMA – (251) 344-3330. Girl scouting builds girls of courage,

confidence, and character, who make the world a better place. (22.35%)

117503

HIPPY OF MONROE COUNTY – (251) 743-2093. A parent involvement, school readiness program

that helps parents prepare their preschool children for success in school and beyond. (18.0%)

117504

MONROE COUNTY EDUCATION FOUNDATION – (251) 593-3441. Provides academic excellence in

public education through the combined efforts of educators, business and community leaders, elected

officials, parents and members of the community. (18.0%)

117505

MONROE CO. HERITAGE MUSEUM – (251) 575-7433. Productively bring people and history

together. (.005%)

117506

MONROE COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY – (251) 743-3818. Present resources to pursue lifelong learning,

information and cultural enrichments and provide free access to technology, as well as the printed

word. (0%)

117507

MONROE HEALTH FOUNDATION – (251) 743-7367. The promotion of health through charitable,

educational and scientific purposes primarily in and for the benefit of Monroe County and support the

Monroe County Hospital. (15.0%)

117508

MONROEVILLE AREA YMCA, INC. – (251) 575-9622. Dedicated to building health spirit, mind and

body of individuals regardless of age, ability to pay, race or religion. (22.0%)

117509

SOUTHWEST ALABAMA MENTAL HEALTH/MENTAL RETARDATION BOARD – (251) 575-4203.

Provides professional counselors, case managers, nurses, psychiatrist and qualified mental retardation

specialist. (14.0%)

117510

OUR PLACE YOUTH CENTER AND FAMILY THEATER – (251) 575-7060. Provides social and recreational

needs of local youth and families. (5.0%)

117511

RETIRED SENIOR VOLUNTEER PROGRAM (RSVP) – (251) 575-3159. Provides immeasurable

community needs while improving lives, strengthening communities and fostering civic engagement

through service and volunteering. (5.5%)

117512

SOUTH ALABAMA CARES – (251) 471-5277, www.southalabamacares.org. CARES provides care

and education to address the HIV epidemic in southwest Alabama. (9.6%)

LOCAL UNAFFILIATED AGENCIES

117401

AIDE FOR ANIMALS – (251) 463-1688, aideforanimals.org. No-kill, animal welfare organization, adoption

center, assisted living and retirement home for unwanted, abused, or abandoned animals; juvenile,

geriatric, or disabled. Promote spay/neuter. (7.8%)

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117402

FAMILY PROMISE OF COASTAL ALABAMA – (251) 441-1991, www.familypromisemobile.org. Families

with children that are experiencing a homeless crisis can receive temporary shelter, intensive case

management, and supportive services to empower them to achieve housing. (23.5%)

117403

L’ARCHE MOBILE, INC. – (251) 438-2094, www.larchemobile.org. We, people with and without

intellectual disabilities, share life together in family-like homes and an Activity Center, which provides

various work and artistic opportunities. (10.2%)

117404

PRODISEE PANTRY, INC. – (251) 626-1720, www.prodiseepantry.org. Caring volunteers provide love,

hope and comfort through emergency food, large-scale disaster relief, referrals and partnerships to

Baldwin County, Alabama families in crisis. (5.1%)

117405

RONALD MCDONALD HOUSE CHARITIES OF MOBILE, INC. – (251) 694-6873, www.rmhmobile.

com. Mobile’s “House That Love Built” is a warm, caring home-away-from-home serving families with

children hospitalized for serious illnesses, injuries, or premature birth. (8.0%)

117411

UNITED METHODIST CHILDREN’S HOME – (334) 386-5354 or (800) 239-3575, www.umch.net.

Abused, neglected, and traumatized children, young mothers, and struggling families find comfort and

safety through our group homes, foster care programs, and family preservation services. (21.6%)

LARC 12 – WIREGRASS AREA

Barbour, Coffee, Covington, Dale, Geneva, Henry, and Houston Cos.

LOCAL FEDERATED AGENCIES

127900

WIREGRASS UNITED WAY - (334) 792-9661 Supports and provides resources for nonprofit organizations

providing health and human services to citizens living in Coffee, Dale, Geneva, Henry and

Houston Counties in Alabama. www.wuw.org (20.9%)

(List of Agencies Follows)

127910

ALABAMA EASTER SEAL SOCIETY - (334) 395-4489 Provides for unmet needs of the disabled,

transportation of children to clinics, purchase of orthopedic appliances, comprehensive rehabilitation

and therapeutic recreation, public education and advocacy. (14.5%)

127912

ALFRED SALIBA FAMILY SERVICE CENTER – (334) 712 -1542 Improve the quality of the life of

the citizens of Houston CO. by providing prevention -based, coordinated, and comprehensive community

support services. (12.1%)

127909

AMERICAN RED CROSS – WIREGRASS CHAPTER – (334) 792-9852 Provides disaster relief services

and health and safety sources; sponsors blood drives and AIDS awareness training, emergency

assistance for elderly/disabled; babysitting classes. (7.3%)

127914

BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA - ALABAMA/FLORIDA COUNCIL - (334) 793-7882 Helping to instill

values in young people. Prepare them to make ethical choices in achieving their full potential. (15.5%)

127915

BOYS & GIRLS CLUB OF SOUTHEAST ALABAMA - (334) 445-0512 To inspire and enable all young

people especially those from disadvantaged circumstances to realize their full potential as productive

responsible citizens. (25.1 %)

127917

CATHOLIC SOCIAL SERVICES - (334) 793-3601 Provides material assistance (emergency utilities,

rent, medication, food and clothing); individual and family counseling. A licensed adoption placement

agency. (17.2%)

127918

CHRISTIAN MISSION CENTERS - (334) 393-2607 A Christian organization which provides emergency

shelter, food, transportation, utility assistance, rent/mortgage assistance, emergency medication,

furniture, clothing, household items and a 12 step recovery ministry. (21.4%)

127919

COFFEE CO. FAMILY SERVICES CENTER - (334) 393-8538 To support and strengthen families by

providing a coordinated network to support self -sufficiency. (0%)

127923

ENTERPRISE YMCA - (334) 347-4513 Christian organization that offers programs underprivileged

children in pre -school after school day care, youth sports and physical fitness. (9.7%)

127934

EXCHANGE CENTER FOR CHILD ABUSE PREVENTION, THE - (334) 671-1966 Child abuse prevention/Intervention

services; individual and family counseling, survivor groups; support groups (adults,

teens, children), life -skills and divorce related classes and anger management. (4.7%)

127904

GENEVA CO. FAMILY SERVICE CENTER - (334) 588-0060 Empower families, Children, and youth to

become independent and reach their goals in life. (15.4%)

127903

GIRL SCOUTS OF SOUTH ALABAMA INC. - (334) 794-7422 Offers an informal education program

on values, patriotism, leadership and social issues development for girls ages 5 -17 years. (26.4%)

127930

GIRLS INC. - (334) 793-2321 To enable girls to become strong, smart, and bold through balanced

programs created to teach self sufficiency, economic independence, and responsible decision makers.

(28.4%)

127931

HAWK - HOUSTON BOYS & GIRLS CLUB - (334) 792-4618 To inspire and enable all young people,

especially those from is advantaged circumstance, to realize their full potential as productive, responsible

and caring citizens. (3.8%)

127932

HOUSE OF RUTH, THE - (334) 793-5214 Comprehensive services for victims of domestic violence

and sexual assault, crisis intervention, safe shelter for victims and their children counseling and advocacy

services. (0%)

127920

LIVING WATERS COUNSELING INC. - (334) 693-3380 To provide low cost/cost – free professional

counseling to individuals demonstrating a financial need who have experienced crisis, disaster or

trauma. (15.3%)

127913

OzARK-DALE CO. FAMILY SERVICE CENTER – (334) 424-1229 We are dedicated to building

strong families. We do this through parenting classes, helping families locate resources, and offering

space to agencies that serve families. (5.1%)

127938

SALVATION ARMY- GENEVA, HENRY & HOUSTON COUNTIES - (334) 792-7911 Provides disaster

assistance with food, clothing and shelter, initiates skills training and character building programs,

holiday assistance programs and a thrift store. (17.4%)

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127936

SALVATION ARMY SERVICE CENTER - COFFEE AND DALE COUNTIES - (334) 445-3070 Provides

food, clothing, medication and a limited amount of utility assistance for those who have suffered an

emergency or circumstance beyond their control. (0%)

127940

SOUTHEAST ALABAMA YOUTH SERVICES - (334) 983-8377 Diversion Center for delinquent youth;

Group Attention Homes for neglected/abused children; Individual/Family Counseling; substance abuse

prevention, anti -shoplifting, school -based self -development and parenting classes. (19.1%)

127929

THE EXCHANGE CENTER FOR CHILD ABUSE PREVENTION – (334) 671-1966 Child abuse prevention/intervention

services; individual and family counseling, survivor groups; support groups (adults,

teens, children), life-skills and divorce related classes and anger management. (6.4%)

127942

VAUGHN-BLUMBERG CENTER - DOTHAN/HOUSTON CO. MENTAL RETARDATION BOARD -

(334) 793-3102 Early intervention services for the mentally handicapped, diagnosis and evaluation,

physical, speech and occupational therapies, counseling, day training, work and residential homes.

(9.6%)

127945

WIREGRASS ANGEL HOUSE - (334) 702-7010 Work with families of homicide victims by providing

direct services through crime scene clean up, funeral and financial arrangements, crisis and trauma

counseling. (4.1%)

127943

WIREGRASS AREA UNITED WAY FOOD BANK - (334) 794-9775 Soliciting, procuring and distributing

excess food and grocery products, developing and monitoring agency networks, and cultivating

community awareness and participation. (13.6%)

127905

WIREGRASS HABITAT FOR HUMANITY - (334) 792-8453 Builds homes in partnership with low

-income families. Provides no interest loans that are sold without a profit. Provides homebuyer education

program. (26.9%)

127944

WIREGRASS REHABILITATION CENTER - (334) 792-0022 Provides services to assist individuals

with a vocational disability in obtaining and maintaining employment and maximizing independent

living. (10.2%)

LOCAL UNAFFILIATED AGENCIES

128001

ALzHEIMER’S RESOURCE CENTER, INC. – (888) 702-8689 or (334) 702-2273 A local, independent

organization which provides family support groups, caregiver newsletters, respite grants, educational

materials and seminars for families, caregivers, & victims of Alzheimer’s disease. (14.8%).

128005

FAITH BROADCASTING, INC. – (800) 239-8900 or (334) 271-8900 Independent, non-commercial

network of eight FM radio stations (WLBF, WSTF, WDYF) serving North, Central, and Southern Alabama

with information and inspiration from a Judeo-Christian worldview. www.faithradio.org (15.9%)

128006

UNITED METHODIST CHILDREN’S HOME – (800) 239-3575 Abused, neglected, and traumatized

children, young mothers, and struggling families find comfort and safety through our group homes,

foster care programs, and family preservation services. www.umch.net (21.6%)

128003

COVENANT HOSPICE, INC.— (877) 244-7379 Toll Free; (334) 794-7847 Dothan office; A non-profit

organization dedicated to providing comprehensive compassionate care to patients and loved ones

during times of life-limiting illness and bereavement. www.covenanthospice.org (16.0%)

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STATEWIDE UNAFFILIATED AGENCIES

999950

ADAPTIVE AQUATICS, INC. – (205) 807-7519 A nonprofit dedicated to introducing, teaching and advancement

of adapted water sports for children, adults and wounded warrior veterans with disabilities.

www.adaptiveaquatics.org (.58%)

999955

ALABAMA BAPTIST CHILDREN’S HOMES – (205) 982-1112 We protect, nurture and restore children

and families through Christ-centered services statewide with group, shelter, foster and family care

homes for mothers with children. www.alabamachild.org (13.50%)

999959

ALABAMA KIDNEY FOUNDATION – (800) 750-3331 or (205) 934-2111 Providing financial assistance,

education, and support programs to Alabama’s kidney patients; including public education

initiatives promoting organ donation and prevention of kidney disease. www.alkidney.org (13.22%)

999951

ALABAMA KIWANIS FOUNDATION/JEAN DEAN RIF (READING IS FUNDAMENTAL) - (334) 749-

5631 Puts books in the hands of over 23,000 at-risk young children statewide. www.jeandeanrif.org

(10.2%)

999960

ALABAMA PARTNERSHIP FOR CHILDREN – (334) 271-0304 To partner with all public and private

entities to maintain an effective state and local system of resources and support for children and

families. www.smartstartalabama.org (13.68%)

999966

ALABAMA RURAL COALITION FOR THE HOMELESS (ARCH) – (334) 239-7833 ARCH promotes,

supports and provides the development of a continuum of the housing and services for people who are

homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. www.archconnection.org (.25%)

999956

AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY – (800) 227-2345 The American Cancer Society saves lives and

creates more birthdays by helping people stay well and get well, by finding cures, and by fighting back.

www.cancer.org (6.67%)

999969

ARC OF ALABAMA, THE – (334) 262-7688 The Arc of Alabama, Inc. advocates for the rights and

needs of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families. www.thearcofalabama.com

(18.84%)

999958

ARTHRITIS FOUNDATION, SOUTHEAST REGION, INC. – (205) 979-5700 The mission of the Arthritis

Foundation is to improve lives through leadership in the prevention, control, and cure of arthritis and

related diseases. www.arthritis.org/alabama (24.81%)

999953

CHILDREN’S FUND – (877) 654-5437 Supporting grassroots education and health projects benefiting

orphans in India and Africa. Your support provides food, clothing, clean water and schools for poor,

neglected children. www.childrensfund.net (18.72%)

999952

CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL OF ALABAMA – (205) 939-9100 In 2010, Children’s Hospital incurred

$48,103,871 in management and general expenses and $0 in fundraising expenses. These two expense

categories represent 8.65 percent of the Hospital’s total revenue. www.childrensal.org (8.65%)

999965

EPILEPSY FOUNDATION OF ALABAMA – (251) 341-0170 – 800-626-1582 Client Support Services

(Information and Referral, Consultations), Employment Assistance, Advocacy, Emergency Support/

Medication, Social programs/Support Groups; Community and Professional Education, Camp. www.

epilespyfoundation.org (18.19%)

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HEART GALLEY ALABAMA – (205) 445-1293 Promotes adoption of Alabama’s foster children by

photographing, holding art exhibits throughout the state and maintaining an active website for viewing

by prospective adaptive families. www.heartgalleryalabama.com (27%)

999968

NATIONAL MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS SOCIETY – (205) 879-8546 The National Multiple Sclerosis

Society helps address the challenges of living with MS through direct services as well as through the

support of MS research. www.nationalmssociety.org/alc (14.55%)

999961

SAMARITAN’S PURSE – (800) 528-1980 A nonprofit, Christian relief organization that provides immediate,

no-red-tape response to the physical and spiritual needs of people in crisis situations around

the world. www.samaritanspurse.org (7.02%)

999954

UNITED METHODIST CHILDREN’S HOME – (334) 386-5354 Abused, neglected, and traumatized

children, young mothers, and struggling families find comfort and safety through our group homes,

foster care programs, and family preservation services. www.umch.net (21.60%)

999970

UNITED WAYS OF ALABAMA – (334) 269-4505 2-1-1 Connects Alabama is an easy-to-remember

dialing code linking those in need to help. In 2011, 2-1-1 helped over 223,160 callers in Alabama.

www.211connectsalabama.org (15.71%)

GLOBAL IMPACT

999200

GLOBAL IMPACT – (800) 836-4620 Supports leading U.S.-based international charities to address

critical needs throughout the world. We help ensure sustainable solutions by meeting real needs with

real results. www.charity.org (3.11%)

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999207

AFRICAN MEDICAL AND RESEARCH FOUNDATION (AMREF) – (212) 768-2440. Since 1957, has

improved health for Africans through training, capacity building, and advocacy in HIV/AIDS, malaria,

family health, water and sanitation and clinical outreach. www.amref.org (12.43%)

999203

AFRICARE – (202) 462-3614 Develops self-help programs in Africa to increase food production, develop

clean water resources, manage the environment, strengthen health care and deliver emergency

assistance. www.africare.org (6.02%)

999235

AMERICAN JEWISH WORLD SERVICE – (800) 889-7146 Provides sustainable development assistance,

technical support, and emergency relief to people in need in Africa, Asia, Latin America, the

Middle East, Russia, and Ukraine. www.ajws.org (13.2%)

999204

AMERICAN NEAR EAST REFUGEE AID (ANERA) – (202) 266-9700 ANERA advances the wellbeing

of people in the West Bank, Gaza, Lebanon and Jordan. www.anera.org (4.44%)

999202

AMERICAN REFUGEE COMMITTEE – (800) 875-7060 International relief and development agency

empowering people impacted by conflict and disaster to recover and rebuild their lives with dignity.

www.arcrelief.org (9.23%)

999206

AMERICARES FOUNDATION, INC.– (800) 486-4357 Restores health and saves lives by delivering

donated medicines, medical supplies and humanitarian aid to people in need around the world and

here at home. www.americares.org (1.27%)

999205

CARE – (800) 521-2273 Fights root causes of poverty in 66 countries; special focus on empowering

poor women to lift themselves, their families, and communities out of poverty. www.care.org (10.15%)

999211

CHILDFUND INTERNATIONAL– (800) 776-6767 Helping deprived, excluded and vulnerable children

have the capacity to become young adults and leaders who bring lasting and positive change in their

communities. www.childfund.org (18.55%)

999210

CHILDREN INTERNATIONAL – (800) 888-3089 Our mission is to bring lasting change to impoverished

children by reducing their daily struggles and providing opportunities for better health, education

and success. www.children.org (17.69%)

999212

CHRISTIAN REFORMED WORLD RELIEF COMMITTEE (CRWRC) – (800) 552-7972 Fighting

poverty, hunger and injustice through partnerships and locally originated community development programs;

responding to disasters with emergency supplies and reconstruction of homes and livelihoods.

www.crwrc.org (13.63%)

999237

ECHO – (239) 543-3246 ECHO fights world hunger by using science and technology to develop agricultural

solutions to aid farmers in developing countries. www.echonet.org (14.04%)

999238

FINCA INTERNATIONAL – (202) 682-1510 Mission: to provide financial services to the world’s lowestincome

entrepreneurs so they can create jobs, build assets and improve their standard of living. www.

villagebanking.org (25.6%)

999214

FREEDOM FROM HUNGER – (800) 708-2555 Combines microfinance, education and health protection

services to help poor families in the developing work improve their incomes, safeguard their health

and achieve food security. www.freedomfromhunger.org (17.6%)

999215

HEALTH VOLUNTEERS OVERSEAS, INC. – (202) 296-0928 Trains, mentors and provides critical

professional support to more than 3,000 healthcare providers who care for the neediest populations in

over 25 countries. www.hvousa.org (5.75%)

999216

HEIFER INTERNATIONAL – (800) 422-0474 Helps poor families worldwide become self-sufficient by

providing food - and income-producing animals and training in animal management, environmentallysound

farming and community development. www.heifer.org (25.29%)

999217

HELEN KELLER INTERNATIONAL – 877-535-5374 Saves the sight and lives of the most vulnerable

and disadvantaged; combats the causes and consequences of blindness and malnutrition. www.hki.

org (7.17%)

999213

INTERNATIONAL EYE FOUNDATION – (240) 290-0263 Saves sight worldwide. Fighting cataract,

“river blindness,” childhood blindness. Expands available eye care services building management and

financial capacity of eye hospitals serving the poor. www.iefusa.org (18.57%)

999239

INTERNATIONAL ORTHODOX CHRISTIAN CHARITIES – (877) 803-4622 Provides humanitarian/

development assistance to people in U.S., Africa, Asia, Europe, and the Middle East who have been

devastated by man-made and natural disasters. www.iocc.org (7.48%)

999222

INTERNATIONAL RELIEF TEAMS – (619) 284-7979 Assists victims of disaster, poverty and neglect

through short-term relief efforts and long-term programs that include medical training, surgical outreach

and health promotion. www.irteams.org (1.04%)

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999230

INTERNATIONAL RESCUE COMMITTEE – (800) 733-8433 Our commitment to freedom, human

dignity, and self-reliance is reflected in well-planned global emergency relief, rehabilitation assistance,

resettlement services, and advocacy for refugees. www.theirc.org (8.6%)

999244

INTERNATIONAL YOUTH FOUNDATION – (800) 770-8710 IYF programs are catalysts of change

that help young people obtain a quality education, gain employability skills, make healthy choices and

improve their communities. www.iyfnet.org (12.58%)

999228

LUTHERAN WORLD RELIEF – (800) 597-5972 Affirming God’s love for all people, we work with

Lutherans and partners around the world to end poverty, injustice and human suffering. www.lwr.org

(8.24%)

999218

MERCY CORPS – (800) 292-3355 Providing lifesaving aid worldwide following a disaster or conflict,

and helping local populations design and implement sustainable programs to promote health and

economic development. www.mercycorps.org (11.77%)

999209

OPPORTUNITY INTERNATIONAL – (800) 793-9455 We collaborate with local partners worldwide

to provide micro-finance services allowing poor entrepreneurs to develop steady income, provide for

families and create jobs for neighbors. www.opportunity.org (11.41%)

999236

PLAN USA – (800) 556-7918 Founded in 1937, Plan International USA is part of a global organization

that works with communities in 50 developing countries to end the cycle of poverty for children. www.

planusa.org (21.08%)

999224

PROJECT HOPE – (800) 544-4673 Project HOPE provides sustainable improvements in health

and around the globe through education and humanitarian assistance with more than 92 percent of

revenues dedicated to programs. www.projecthope.org (5.88%)

999241

ROTARY FOUNDATION OF ROTARY INTERNATIONAL – (866) 976-8279 Our mission is to advance

world understanding, goodwill and peace through the improvement of health, the support of education

and the alleviation of poverty. www.rotary.org (10.44%)

999225

SALVATION ARMY WORLD SERVICE OFFICE (SAWSO) – (800) 725-2769 Work in developing

countries assisting poor in programs: health care, HIV/AIDS, capacity building, income generation,

education, anti-human trafficking, relief efforts and reconstruction. www.sawso.org (1.81%)

999226

SAVE THE CHILDREN – (800) 728-3843 Our mission is to inspire breakthroughs in the way the world

treats children, and to achieve immediate and lasting change in their lives. www.savethechildren.org

(8.79%)

999243

TECHNOSERVE, INC. – (800) 999-6757 Helps men and women in the developing world to build businesses

that create income, opportunity and economic growth for their families, communities, and their

countries. www.technoserve.org (17.55%)

999208

UNICEF, US FUND FOR – (800) 486-4233 Works for the survival, protection and development of

children worldwide through fundraising, education and advocacy. www.unicefusa.org (16.66%)

999227

UNITARIAN UNIVERSALIST SERVICE COMMITTEE, INC. – (800) 766-5236. We defend human

rights and civil liberties, promoting environmental and economic justice with grassroots partners worldwide,

while engaging our members to serve as citizen-activists. www.uusc.org (12.45%)

999229

UNITED METHODIST COMMITTEE ON RELIEF – (800) 554-8583. Our mission is to alleviate human

suffering. We provide practical, proactive support to the most vulnerable survivors of chronic or temporary

emergencies due to natural or civil causes. www.umcor.org (6.27%)

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999232

WORLD RELIEF – (800) 535-5433 Provides emergency relief and community-based solutions to

alleviate poverty in 18 countries and provides resettlement assistance to refugees in the United States.

www.wr.org (18.32%)

COMMUNITY CHARITIES OF ALABAMA

999400

COMMUNITY CHARITIES OF ALABAMA, INC. - 205-879-9889 Working toward a stronger Alabama

by supporting health, human service, environment, animal rights, and arts and culture charities through

workplace giving and collaborative projects. www.mygiftmychoice.org (9.1%)

(List of Agencies Follows)

999417

ALABAMA HEAD INJURY FOUNDATION, INC. - 205-823-3818 Serving Alabamians disabled by

traumatic brain injury or spinal cord injury through case management, financial aid, respite care, housing

assistance and social/ recreational programs. www.ahif.org (9.9%)

999427

ALzHEIMER’S OF CENTRAL ALABAMA - 205-871-7970 Provides services for families and patients:

respite care, continence products, adult day care, resource center, support groups, counseling, website,

newsletter, advocacy, and, research. www.alzca.org (6.2%)

999409

AMERICAN FOUNDATION FOR SUICIDE PREVENTION - 205-323-4433 Dedicated to understanding

and preventing suicide through research, education and advocacy and to reaching out to people with

mental disorders and those impacted by suicide. www.afsp.org (8%)

999428

AUTISM SOCIETY OF ALABAMA - 877-4AUTISM Assists with diagnosis and treatment of Autism and

Asperger Syndrome. Facilitates support and increases public awareness. Autism affects 1 out of 150

babies born today. www.autism-alabama.org (21.5%)

999412

CAMP SMILE A MILE - 205-323-8427 Provides no cost, year round challenging, unforgettable recreational

and educational experiences for young cancer patients, their families and young adult survivors

from Alabama. www.campsam.org (12.6%)

999415

EASTER SEALS ALABAMA, INC. - 334-395-4489 Provides for unmet needs of the disabled, transportation

of children to clinics, purchase of orthopedic appliances, comprehensive rehabilitation and

therapeutic recreation, public education and advocacy. www.easter-seals.org (14.07%)

999413

KID ONE TRANSPORT - 205-978-1001 Provides free rides to non-emergency medical, dental, prenatal

and mental health appointments for children and expectant mothers who have little or no means of

transportation. www.kidone.org (18.6%)

999410

LUKEMIA & LYMPHOMA SOCIETY, ALABAMA/GULF COAST CHAPTER - 205-989-0098 Supports

research, public and professional education, and provides referral service through the chapters patient

services manager: provides financial assistance to patients with blood cancer. www.lls.org (19.4%)

999416

RONALD MCDONALD HOUSE CHARITIES OF ALABAMA (RMHCA) - 205-933-0692 RMHCA operates

Birmingham’s Ronald McDonald House, and affordable, supportive, temporary home-away-fromhome

for 1200 families of sick children each year. www.rmhca.org (29.3%)

999404

SOUTHEASTERN DIABETES EDUCATION SERVICES, INC. - 205-402-0415 To Motivate persons

with diabetes and their families through educational, social and recreational experiences in a safe and

nurturing environment. www.southeasterndiabetes.org (22.7%)

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999966

On any given day there are countless

individuals and families in Rural

Alabama who are homeless or at risk

of becoming homeless.

ARCH provides housing and

supportive services to homeless

individuals and families in 42 Rural

Alabama Counties.

Help us in our fight to provide safe,

decent and affordable housing to

Alabama’s Homeless citizens.

2012 STATE COMBINED CAMPAIGN

# 106812

Distributing 20 MILLION POUNDS of food

and other grocery products annually to over

330,000 hungry Alabama citizens in

35 counties, with the assistance of over

800 Charitable organizations

We need your help more than

ever. Join us as we fight this

increasing need. Every dollar you

donate will provide 6.5 pounds of

nutritious food.

521 Trade Center Street

Montgomery, AL 36108

334-263-3784

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