2017 Nonprofits

Granny’s House is a safe, nurturing place where public housing kids can come each day after school (from 3-6 pm) to see values, manners and God’s love in action. We provide loving arms, a safe place to play or do homework and an atmosphere of hope and calm in an all-too-often chaotic world.

Our goal is to help women, mothers and their children whose lives have been affected by the life-controlling issue of drugs and alcohol. At Primrose Hill, we believe in the power of change. We know that, if given the chance, every woman can go on to lead a productive and rewarding life. Primrose Hill is a 12-month, residential recovery center for women and women with young children who have drug and alcohol addictions.

Welcome Home works to reduce Veteran homelessness by providing services and resources to meet basic needs and improve overall quality of life. Just as we made a commitment to never leave our wounded on the battlefield, we commit to never leave our wounded on the streets. Almost one-quarter of our nation’s entire homeless population are Veterans. We are on a mission to change that.

First Chance for Children is a leader at the local and state level advocating for high quality early childhood practices, programming and policy while providing resources to foster healthy families and high quality early childhood development programs and services. We do this through a variety of programs such as the Baby Bag program provides families with the basic items they need to safely care for their newborn.

EnCircle Technologies, based in Columbia, Missouri. Empowering lives of those with autism through tech training & employment. Founded based on the awareness of lacking post-secondary educational options for individuals with Autism, EnCircle helps individuals on the autism spectrum develop marketable skills by providing technical and computer training.

CCUA envisions a community transformed by good food for all and the skills to grow it. CCUA works to enhance our community’s health by connecting people to agriculture and the land through hands-on learning opportunities from seed to plate. CCUA has been growing food in Columbia since 2008. Over the last few years, we’ve made connections and partnerships that enable us to operate and support several production sites around town.

Learn

More

Learn

More

Learn

More

Serve It Up CoMo

P.O Box 30531

Columbia, MO 65205

 

getinvolved@servecomo.org