MINISTERIAL ALLIANCE of
The Ministerial Alliance of Brown County consists of local pastors coming together to help meet the needs for those in our community. It is a joy to assist families in a time of distress. The Ministerial Alliance is able to help with food, lodging, transportation, and counseling
ADAMS, BROWN and PIKE CO. RSVP
Adams, Brown and Pike County Retired and Senior Volunteer Program – RSVP is a volunteer network for people age 55 and over. RSVP volunteers fill critical community needs by utilizing the talents and experiences they’ve gained throughout their lifetime. Whether contributing meaningful volunteer support to local non-profit agencies, delivering groceries to homebound individuals or providing medical transportation to those in need – RSVP volunteers always Lead with Experience.
BROWN COUNTY FARM BUREAU FOUNDATION
The Brown County Farm Bureau Foundation is committed to providing quality agriculture education to youth in our community. The Foundation provides Ag In The Classroom programs to local schools, YMCA programs, library programs, daycares, etc. The Foundation also supports agriculture scholarships for local students.
Please help support our Foundation, after all, agriculture is the heart of our community!
BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS of WEST CENTRAL ILLINOIS
The mission of Big Brothers Big Sisters is to provide children facing adversity with strong and enduring, professionally supported, one-to-one relationships that change their lives for the better, forever. Core programs include community-based, school-based, and site-based mentoring. Our service area is a 5-county area and serving Adams, Brown, Cass, Schuyler and Morgan. The main office is in Jacksonville, Illinois with a satellite office in Quincy.
GIRL SCOUTS of CENTRAL ILLINOIS
Our mission is to build girls of courage, confidence, and character who make the world a better place. We offer programming across five primary focus areas – financial literacy, STEM, leadership through service learning, healthy living, environmental education – in addition to providing numerous opportunities for girls to discover their values and develop their character and leadership potential.
The Brown County United Way supports member agencies to help as many people as possible. This allows donors to make an impact on those around them through a single contribution. Each year, many dedicated volunteers make the important allocation decisions that impact us all and help make our region a better place to live and work.