Art of the Rural is a collaborative organization with a mission to advance rural culture and quality of life through relationships that connect communities, cultivate dialogue, and forward rural-urban exchange.
The mission of the Benedictine Foundation Winona is to enhance the lives of the residents of Benedictine Saint Anne, Benedictine Callista Court and clients of Benedictine Adult Day Center by providing additional services, equipment and specialized services that may not otherwise be available except for the charitable gifts shared by our donors.
BBBS7 plays a vital role in building healthy communities through youth development. Continuing the personal connection between our Bigs and Littles is more important than ever to ensure every child’s potential is ignited.
At Birthright, we understand the challenges related to unplanned pregnancies. Birthright is available to women for as long as they need us. We offer love, friendship, and support to women who are pregnant or think they may be pregnant. Birthright is interdenominational and is not involved in any political activities, or lobbying. Birthright’s focus is on loving the mother, reminding her that there is hope and ensuring she is not alone.
Bluffview Montessori School is a public, tuition-free K-8 charter school that uses the principles of Montessori education to help each child reach their full potential. The school is also home to a tuition-based Montessori preschool program for children 33 months through six years.
Cotter Schools challenges students to achieve their full potential and use their lives in the service of others. Cotter Schools serves students from 16 months through Grade 12 and cherishes experiences of faith and community, excellence in education and attention to each individual student.
Elder Network is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit founded in 1988 in Rochester Minnesota, now serving Olmsted, Wabasha and Winona Counties. Educational offerings and support groups are open to anyone that would like to attend. Elder Network has developed nine non-medical programs that support seniors and their caregivers. We collaborate with other organizations so that we are able to support seniors and their caregivers whether we do the service or whether we refer them to an organization that provides the services such as Senior Advocacy, Education, Support Groups, Companion Services, Respite Care In-Home, Friendly Visitors, Technology Assistance, and Medical and Non-Medical Transportation.
The Foundation for Winona Area Public Schools enriches and expands educational opportunities in Winona Area Public Schools by supporting important programs and projects that would otherwise not be available via normal district resources.
The Friends of Winona Parks is a community organization to keep some ash trees alive and reforest the parks of Winona with a devise tree population. Donations are ran through Winona Community Foundation and are tax deductible.
Front Porch Unity is a organization that provides a mentoring program to children and young adults ages 12-24 that are considered at-risk or transitioning into adulthood with opportunities for sport and professional development.
The Frozen River Film Festival offers programs that engage, educate and activate viewers to become involved in the world. These programs provide a unique perspective on environmental issues, sustainable communities, adventure travel and sports, and diverse cultures while showcasing the art of documentary film. Our films often explore issues, concerns, and life’s successes that are usually not covered in the local media.
Grace Place has been serving Winona and the surrounding community areas since 1992. Grace Place believes in long-term care for families and that an investment in people is an investment in the community. Our mission is realized through community support, mentoring, birth-to-five programming, financial literacy and life skills programs, and other resources that strengthen families and individuals.
Home & Community Options (HCO) provides quality services that maximize the independence of those they serve, to support individuals as they live happy and productive lives close to family and friends, and promote the inclusion of people with disabilities within the local community.
Let’s Erase The Stigma is committed to navigating individuals through the shame attached to a stigma such as criminal history, chemical dependency, bad credit, and/or a negative medical diagnosis. This organization provides services tailored to provide resources to educate, empower and encourage personal growth.
Holistic development of mind, body, spirit to promote a compassionate, healthy and safe world. At Manitou Center, the focus of embodied movement arts is cultivated through traditional health and wellness practices. We see these practices as vehicles by which to better understand our human potential in a variety of ways, including health, wellness, awareness, concentration, and self-confidence. Development and growth is guided by what each person brings to their own practice. Through understanding and experiencing our mind-body awareness, we access a gateway through which to develop a deepened understanding of our lives and our realities.