Non Profit Directory

Here you will find a list of of non profits in Pulaski County.  If you are a representative from any of the organizations listed and you see that the information is incorrect or needs updated please contact the Community Foundation at info@cfopc.org.


  • All God's children's daycare

    To provide quality childcare in a safe and secure environment.  

    106 S. Market Street, Winamac, IN  46996   dbailey@fccwin.org

    www.fccwinamac.church  574.946.3374

  • Arrow head country rc&d

    To encourage conservation of the natural resources and community development through education, grant consulting, and technical leadership.

    311 Northwest Street, Winamac, IN  46996   574.946.3022

    Contact: Howard Conner

  • Association of churches

    To provide emergency assistance to individuals.

    P.O. Box 277, Star City, IN  46985

    574.595.7311

  • bethel bible church

    Bethel Bible Church exists to make disciples of Jesus Christ by faithfully teaching, loving, and communicating God's word.

    6966 W SR 14, Winamac

    574.946.6229

    bbcwinamac@gmail.com

    bethelbiblechurch.org

  • Boy scout troop 229

    To prepare young men to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetimes by instilling in them the values of the Scout Law which is being trustworthy, loyal, helpful, friendly, courteous, kind, obedient, cheerful, thrifty, brave, clean and reverent.  We prepare young men to become responsible citizens and leaders.

    Steve McKinney, Scoutmaster

    737 N 200 W, Winamac, IN  46996

    H:574.946.4769  C:574.242.1183    smckinney@digf.in.gov   www.bsa229.net

     

  • Fellowship baptist church

    Glorify God, worship, and edify.

    Pastor Chad Ritchie

    fbcwinamac@embarqmail.com

    52 W 100 S, Winamac

    574.946.7459

    www.fbcwinamac.com

  • Francesville fall festival

    Planning and organizing the Francesville Fall Festival the third weekend in September.  They also plan and organize other events that promote community spirit such as the town-wide garage sales held in July.

    Betty Kruger

    219.567.9689   www.francesvillefallfestival.com

  • friends of the panhandle pathway

    Create a non-motorized user-friendly pathway between Winamac and west of Logansport from the "out-of-service" Panhandle Railroad.

    P.O. Box 153, Winamac

    www.panhandlepathway.org

    574.946.4100


  • hoots to howls wildlife rehab

    To help sick, orphaned and injured wildlife and give educational programs to the public.

    Kim Hoover

    5046 S 400 E, Star City

    574.595.7806

    gilligan793@yahoo.com

  • junior achievement serving pulaski county

    Junior Achievement's purpose is to inspire and prepare young people to succeed in a global economy.  JA Worldwide is the world's largest organization dedicated to educating students about work readiness, entrepreneurship, and financial literacy through experiential, hands-on programs. 

    Sarah Fletcher

    sarah.fletcher@ja.org

    www.jani.org

  • kingdom kids preschool/daycare ministry

    The purpose of Kingdom Kids is to provide a safe, loving and educational environment for children.  We also prepare them for kindergarten through our preschool program and teach the love of Jesus.

    Sharon Breyfogle, Director

    514 E 13th Street, Winamac

    574.946.4994

    kingdomkids@centurylink.net

  • kirpc head start

    To provide school readiness skills to low income children ages 3-5 years old in Pulaski County.  To provide family engagement opportunities for lifelong learning.

    Rosetta Podell, Director

    115 W Pearl Street, Winamac

    574.946.4211

    www.kirpc.net

  • Medaryville community lion's club

    & potato fest

    Non profit service organization

    Elaine Parish

    2917 N 1400 W, Medaryville

    219.843.5263

  • north central in rural crisis center

    To help end domestic violence in Jasper, Newton,& Pulaski Counties by providing temporary shelter and services to victims and children of domestic violence and/or sexual assault through education, advocacy, & community intervention.

    Frankie Lane, Director

    P.O. Box 212, Rensselaer

    800.933.0374

    crisiscenter1@embarqmail.com

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  • northern in power from the past

    The fundamental purpose of this corporation is to preserve, rejuvenate and display antique farm machinery and any other form of machinery utilized in the growth of the USA.  Further, it is the intention of this corporation to foster and perpetuate in the minds of all Americans, respect, interest and recognition of the vital role that different forms of machinery, no matter what their power source, have played in the development of our society as a whole. 

    jmwilder@centurylink.net

    www.winamacpowershow.com

  • Peak community services

    Provide a variety of services for persons with significant physical disabilities/multiple disabilities. Services include work services, employment services, life skills, habilitation services, supervised group living, community living, and family support services.

    1104 S US 35, Winamac

    574.946.6188

    www.peakcommunity.com

  • pulaski county casa program

    Advocate for children who have been victims of abuse and/or neglect by their parent/guardian and are subsequently involved in court system.

    Sara Kroft

    skroft@lpcasa.com

    P.O. Box 217, Winamac

    574.225.2227

    www.lpcasa.com

  • pulaski county chamber of commerce

    The Pulaski County Chamber of Commerce provides support to local businesses through programs, events, and networking opportunities to promote growth and enhancement of our county.

    Angie Anspach

    chamber@pulaskionline.org

    P.O. Box 113, Winamac

    574.946.6

    www.pulaskionline.org

  • pulaski county community development commission

    The CDC holds to a mission to promote and improve the quality of economic development throughout Pulaski County in pursuit of excellence through the following endeavors: supporting the expansion and continued investment of Pulaski County businesses; recruiting new business and industry into Pulaski County; promoting tourism and the increase of transient spending in Pulaski County; developing and supporting business services such as workforce development; infrastructure, planning, financial programs, technology initiatives and entrepreneurial programs.

    Nathan Origer

    nporiger@pulaskionline.org

    623 W 11th Street, Winamac

    574.946.3869

    www.pulaskionline.org

  • pulaski county healthy families

    Working with families that qualify for home visiting services, promote positive parenting, child development, parent-child interaction, developmental services, connecting families with resources.

    Sherry Landrum

    childrenfirst66@centurylink.net

    125 Riverside Drive Rm 300, Winamac

    574.946.6017

  • pulaski county historical society

    The general purpose of the Society shall be the promotion of historical study and research in the history of the State of Indiana and the County of Pulaski; the collection, collation, preservation and publication of historical facts pertaining to the state and county by means of programs, special newspaper articles and electronic media; cooperation with the schools in the teaching of state and local history; to encourage the study of the past and to be cognizant of current events that seem to be of historical significance for the permanent possession of the Pulaski County Historical Society; the cooperation with the county libraries in the building of separate Indiana and local history sections; the establishment of a county museum; the marking of historical places of interest throughout the county, and to receive donations to further the work of the society. 

    Kathi Thompson

    kathit@pwrtc.com

    P.O. Box 135, Winamac

    www.pulaskihistory.net

  • pulaski county human services

    Provision of an array of human services including: public transportation, elderly services (senior centers, congregate and home-delivered meals, preventative health services), community services, energy assistance, homemaker, food pantry, information and assistance/linkage, community development, and child care subsidy services.  Our services are dedicated to maintain and/or improve the quality of life for Pulaski County elderly, low-income, and the community at large.

    Jacki Frain, Director

    pulaskipchs@earthlink.net

    115 W Pearl Street, Winamac

    574.946.6500

  • pulaski county pack-a-backpack

    To provide the children of Pulaski County schools required school supplies for the families who are in need.

    Melanie Berger

    ajb@winamac.tv

    417 N Monticello Street, Winamac

    574.946.4558

  • pulaski county react

    To provide public safety through communications and disaster management.

    Jon Thompson, Director

    pcreact@yahoo.com

    P.O. Box 293, Winamac

    574.242.9266

  • pulaski county wic-nw family services

    WIC provides healthy foods at no cost and teaches individuals how to eat better, provides breastfeeding education and support; provides referrals for healthcare.

    123 N Market Street, Winamac

    574.946.6863

  • pulaski county workone express

    To provide employment information, scholarship programs for youth and adult clients, labor market information, job seeker tools, workshops, job fairs, etc.

    Nicole Prathaftakis

    nprathaftakis@gotoworkonenw.com

    123 N Market Street, Winamac

    574.946.6300

  • pulaski health foundation

    Provides services and resources for older adults. Owns and operates the Pulaski Health Care Center.  Collaborates with other not-for-profits in serving elder population.

    Sharon McKinley

    administrator@phcc-phf.com

    624 E 13th Street, Winamac

    574.946.6022

  • Purdue extension-pulaski county

    We are an educational office that serves as the link between Purdue University and the residents of Pulaski County.  We provide information and programming in the areas of: Ag and Natural Resources, Health and Human Sciences, Economic and Community Development, and 4-H and Youth Development.

    125 S Riverside Drive Rm 120, Winamac

    574.946.3412

    www.extension.purdue.edu/pulaski

  • special olympics pulaski county

    To provide year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of sports for children and adults with intellectual disabilities.

    Susan Overton

    susanaoverton@gmail.com

    rebekaherb14@gmail.com

    210 N Bill Street, Francesville

    219.204.0046

  • Star City community

    To help keep the Star City Community Fellowship Hall & Park nice for our community.

    Lenora Hoover, VanBuren Township Trustee

    7287 S 500 E, Star City

    574.595.7836

    dlhoover@pwrtc.com

  • starke/pulaski habitat for humanity

    Seeking to put God's love into action, Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities and hope.

    Steve Morrison

    starkepulaski@sphabitat.org

    P.O. Box 16, Winamac

    574.896.2811

    www.habitat.org

  • veterans of foreign wars post 1728

    To promote fraternal, patriotic, historical, charitable, and educational needs in community. 

    Matt Garbison, Commander

    1066 S US Hwy 35, Winamac

    574.946.6733

    vfw1728@winamac.tv

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  • winamac knights of columbus

    Largest Catholic men's organization.  Unity, charity, fraternity and patriotism are our cornerstones.  We also support our youth, care for the needy and oversee community projects.

    P.O. Box 265, Winamac

    574.946.6070

  • winamac tree committee

    To plant and promote the care of native trees and otherwise beautify our community.

    Fred Zahrt

    P.O. Box 247, Winamac

    574.946.6666

    fkz@nortip.net