Adult Life Skills Program – Through the Adult Life Skills Program at the Beaman Home, domestic violence clients learn self-sufficiency by learning life skills such as cooking, parenting, money management, self-esteem, effective communications, and co-dependency anonymous. The goal is to instill confidence in the client so that they can succeed on their own, and have an advocate who they can turn to in times of need.
Animal Welfare League of Kosciusko County – Serves the community with the animals to be adopted and cared for instead of euthanized.
Community Closet at Warsaw First United Methodist Church – Community Closet provides individuals and families in need with personal care and household items that cannot be purchased with SNAP funds. Items include toothpaste, tooth brushes, bath soap, shampoo & conditioner, diapers, toilet tissue, dish soap and laundry detergent. Community Closet is open every Wednesday, except the first Wednesday of the month, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in Fellowship Hall of Warsaw First United Methodist Church in downtown Warsaw.
Grace Village Retirement Community – Grace Village Retirement Community is dedicated to enabling adults to live to their fullest potential in the security of a Christian environment. Founded in 1974, Grace Village is the only non-profit continuing care facility in Kosciusko County. With health care, assisted living, rehabilitation, independent living and retirement condominiums, Grace Village seeks to stay on the cutting edge of senior residency and nursing care. Your support will make a difference in the lives of the precious seniors who call Grace Village their home!
Habitat for Humanity Kosciusko County – Habitat builds homes for low income and needy families to provide better and cheaper housing. Habitat plans to finish at least 3 homes in Kosciusko County during 2017.
Isaiah 11 Ministry – Isaiah 11 combines mental health services and animal rescue to help humans help animals and animals help people. We provide a refuge for abused, neglected and unwanted domestic and farm animals. We provide counseling, tutoring, homeschooling and groups for abused, neglected and special needs children and teens as well as counseling services for adults and families who have experienced a variety of trauma. We also have a food pantry and offer opportunities for community service. In addition we will care for the pets of those in treatment facilities, in jail or in homeless or domestic violence shelters. We are specially trained to use our animals in counseling, both in the office and outside in barn, corral and enclosures. We specialize in services for children in foster care and those who have been adopted.
Lakeland Art Association, Inc. – The mission of the Lakeland Art Association is to further the visual arts in Kosciusko County by challenging the creative spirit of local artists and community residents. This is accomplished annually through opportunities for artist camaraderie, art classes & workshops, the sharing of creative endeavors, public exhibits, and art programs offered at no cost to the public. LAA is also committed to encouraging the next generation of artists and potential art enthusiasts by promoting and supporting visual arts education and events. Currently Lakeland Art is sponsoring its annual art scholarship competition.
The Magical Meadows – We provide therapeutic horseback riding to children and adults with special needs. Through the use of our wonderful horses, therapeutic horseback ridings helps improve balance, helps develop self-esteem, and provides many benefits to those with special needs.