The non-profits selected to participate in InCONCERT are truly advocates of Wayne County and are dedicated to providing unique services to members of our community. Your support, whether it is being a sponsor or purchasing tickets to events, means you are supporting local non-profits provide services to our community. These non-profits can be found through out Wayne County and the Depot District.
Richmond Music Boosters – The concert band is the intermediate level band class which continues to focus on music basics and fundamentals of playing
Sunrise – Established in Wayne County in 1980, whose purpose is to promote the health and social development of physically, mentally and socially disabled people through therapeutic horseback riding.
Townsend Center – Townsend Community Center provides an after school program, and a summer program for youth
YMCA – committed to strengthening communities in the areas of youth development, healthy living, and social responsibility
Richmond Lions Club – Lions make a difference everyday everywhere. Whether by organizing a pancake fundraiser or building a wheelchair ramp for someone in need, we are a hands-on organization
Senior Opportunities Services (SOS, Inc) – helps older adults lead a more useful life, thereby restoring dignity and a sense of purpose
Kiwanis Club – Kiwanis of Richmond, Indiana was founded in 1920 . We help out in the community in a variety of ways including sponsoring youth groups, raising money to benefit children and children’s support groups, and providing scholarships
Help the Animals – H.E.L.P. the Animals, Inc. (Humane Existence for Lost Pets) maintains a no-kill shelter, providing a home for lost or abandoned dogs and cats that are sometimes victims of cruelty, abuse and/or neglect. All animals in our care are current with immunizations and are spayed or neutered before adoption, ensuring that they will not add to the overpopulation of unwanted pets. Shelter staff provide medical care, nourishment, exercise and love while actively pursuing lifetime adoptive homes; animals remain at the shelter until permanent guardians are found
S.P.U.R. – Society for the Preservation and Use of Resources. Protecting natural resources and preserving the environment in ‘Wayne County, Indiana since 1966.
2nd Chance Animal Rescue – is about giving animals a second chance at finding their forever homes. We promote spaying and neutering of all animals, that is why each one of our animals are up to date on shots and spayed/neutered before they are available for adoption. We are a not-for-profit animal rescue and we are supported by donations from the community. Our team continues to feverishly fight animal cruelty, homelessness, and sickness in Wayne County.
Youth As Resources Wayne County Youth As Resources exists to empower youth to realize their potential and positively influence their community. YAR develops responsible, involved, caring citizens through positive youth development, youth/adult partnerships, and youth community involvement.
Liberty Acres Animal Rescue is a brand new concept in animal rescue. We believe that animals waiting for forever homes should be housed in a less stressful, home-like environment that enables them to make the transition to a permanent home easier.
Habitat for Humanity – Habitat for Humanity is a nonprofit housing organization working locally and in nearly 1,400 communities across the United States and in approximately 70 countries around the world. Habitat’s vision is of a world where everyone has a decent place to live. Habitat works toward this vision by building and improving homes in partnership with individuals and families in need of a decent and affordable place to live.
Richmond Day Nursery – A state licensed childcare & Pre-K facility for children ages 2-12. Open 6am-6pm Mon-Fri, 52 weeks a year. Locate in Richmond’s Historic District at 300 North 10th, Richmond, IN.
Birth to Five – Birth to Five is a non-profit that offers FREE SERVICES creating a family-centered, comprehensive, collaborative and high-quality early childhood system that supports the development, health and early education for any Wayne County, Indiana children from birth through age 5.
Cross Road Christian Recovery Center – Cross Road Christian Recovery Center for Women is located in east central Indiana at 6512 U.S. Highway 27 South Richmond, Indiana. The campus is situated on nearly eight acres in a safe rural setting. Cross Road offers a four month residential Christian recovery program. The program is available at no cost to women 18 years and older who struggle with alcohol/drug addiction. We utilize a non-medical, non-clinical approach to addiction recovery.
If you know a non-profit organization that would be interested in participating in InCONCERT, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.