We are happy to provide this listing of local nonprofits with 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status according to the IRS of the United States.

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Islamic Center of Winona
Listing Description

A masjid (central mosque) and activity center. Various prayer times and activities.

Manitou Center
Listing Description
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.
Minnesota Conservatory for the Arts (Affiliate ...
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Listing Description

The Minnesota Conservatory for the Arts exists to provide quality arts education and performance by nurturing and encouraging artistic expression in children and adults. Their service to the community ranges from recreational to pre-professional performing and visual arts curriculum and programming designed to provide physical and aesthetic benefits, heightened self-respect, discipline, and confidence.

The Storm Trail Race Series
Listing Description

The Storm Trail Race Series is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that holds events to encourage people of all abilities to get outdoors and to enjoy the beautiful local trails in Southeast Minnesota. The fundraising that is done at our events and a portion of the profits are donated to local youth mental health programs.

Winona Outdoor Collaborative
Listing Description

The Winona Outdoor Collaborative seeks to promote inclusion and accessibility through community partnerships and educational programming directed at reducing barriers to outdoor recreation.