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The United Way of Greater Lafayette mobilizes the community to improve the lives of those less fortunate. They provide leadership in defining and supporting community needs while coordinating resources to address community issues.
Junior Achievement gives support to K-12 students to help them see that the education they receive today has an impact on their future. With the caring guidance of volunteers, they seek to improve the statistics—by improving lives.
Lafayette Transitional Housing
Lafayette Transitional Housing Center, Inc. is a non-profit organization which began in 1988 to develop housing, offer services, and other opportunities to foster self-sufficiency for the homeless, particularly families with children, in our community.
Habitat for Humanity
Habitat for Humanity of Lafayette is an affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International, a non-profit, ecumenical, Christian housing ministry. Since it's inception in 1984, Habitat has built over 200 homes in Tippecanoe, Carroll and White Counties.
Food Finders Food Bank has been a critical component of the welfare of Tippecanoe and 15 other counties in Indiana, providing food to member agencies, advocating for the hungry, and educating the public about hunger-related issues.
Group Homes for Children
Group Homes for Children is a not-for-profit agency that provides temporary and long-term care for children in a family crisis or that have been the victims of abuse or neglect. They provide a home-like atmosphere as they work toward reunification or emancipation.
Read to Succeed
Read to Succeed is a community initiative led by the United Way of Greater Lafayette, Greater Lafayette Commerce and the local community school corporations designed to motivate our community to engage in our students' academic success.
The Wabash Valley Trust For Historical Preservation
The Wabash Valley Trust For Historical Preservation is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing a unified effort to educate and encourage interest in the heritage and architecture in the Wabash Valley area. They subscribe to the preservation in the broadest sense, encompassing quality of life issues that affect the environment, urban districts, neighborhoods, and rural areas.
Community Cancer Center (CCC)
The Community Cancer Center (CCC) is a community-owned and operated cancer treatment facility. It is a private, charitable, non-profit treatment center with no governmental, political, or religious affiliations. They’ve been named a “Center of Excellence” for Advanced Breast Cancer treatment.