The Ascension All Saints Foundation provides philanthropic support for improving health of individuals and the community. Through the partnership with generous donors, the foundation also helps sustain charitable care for the community.
Exchange Club of Kenosha is the local chapter of the National Exchange Club, a nonprofit community service organization.
Kenosha Area Noon Optimist Club is a service organization providing a helping hand to youth in our community. With their upbeat attitude, Optimist Club members help empower young people to be the best that they can be.
A women's group dedicated to the betterment of our community through volunteerism.
The Kenosha Public Library (KPL) has served the City and County of Kenosha for over 100 years as an ever-evolving, interactive learning resource that enriches our community. In addition to their extensive catalog of books and online books, KPL offers specific programs and areas for children, teens, and young adults, as well as a variety of resources for adults including access through your library card to professional training and online classes at Lynda.com. From digital magazines to Freegal Music to Book Clubs, KPL has something for everyone!
Southwest, 7979 38th Avenue, Kenosha
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Uptown, 2419 63rd Street, Kenosha
From Monday through Saturday, the bookmobile is on the road with regular community stops, making access to books readily available to children.
Kenosha Sport Fishing and Conservation Association (KSFCA) is more than a club for sport fishing, they are committed to continuing efforts of protecting and improving the environment through education and example, ensuring that future generations of sport fishermen will have the same or better resources we now enjoy. Through their Kenosha Salmon Rearing Pond they release over 40,000 baby Salmon (fish fingerlings) into the Pike River and Lake Michigan each year. Their annual Pike River Clean-Up clears debris and log jams so the Pike River is healthy and enjoyable for all. Membership dues, sponsorship contributions, and active volunteers make their conservation efforts possible.
The Kenosha Symphony Orchestra strives for excellence in their music selection, performances, and outreach to Kenosha families, and they endeavor to make quality music a part of their community. They have been engaging, educating, inspiring, and enhancing the cultural environment of Southeastern Wisconsin and Northern Illinois for more than 80 years.
Kiwanis is a global organization of volunteers dedicated to changing the world one child and one community at a time
The Moose is about celebrating life together, serving those in need within our local community, supporting our children at Mooseheart, and standing by our seniors at Moosehaven. Stop by the Moose Lodge and learn how you can get involved!
Our most precious resource on the planet are children. Today's children will one day be the same people who protect the planet, figure out how to use the resources, and will problem-solve the issues in their communities, and the challenges that will come in their generation. The ability of children to learn and develop is comparable to none. God gifts us these little minds every day. We cannot wait for governments in poor communities, in developing worlds, to do the right thing for each child. But we can work alongside schools and communities to bring more educational resources to one child, one classroom at at time. Midzi is simple and grassroots. We work to provide access to the internet, and educational devices to classrooms in communities with little resources. We are a Kenosha-based, registered non-profit.
The Pleasant Prairie Historical Society was founded in 2010 by local volunteers who were passionate about preserving Pleasant Prairie's past. The Society is collecting artifacts, which will serve to formulate the stories of life in the Prairie. They host several local events each year.
The Society recently renovated the 1927 two-room brick Dublin School, located at 3875 116th Street for the Pleasant Prairie History Museum.
Rotary Club of Kenosha is part of a worldwide organization of business, professional, and community leaders who volunteer their time and talents to serve their community and world in understanding, goodwill, and peace through fellowship and service.
Every Thursday at noon business, professional and community leaders from Kenosha come together at the Kenosha Rotary West meeting to listen and learn about key issues affecting our community. These local members are also part of a worldwide network of more than 1.2 million men and women who make a difference in the lives of people in their own community and in communities around the world. Rotary offers a chance to network and make lasting friendships.
UMOS operates 40+ programs with more than $27 million grant and performance-based contracts from federal, state and local funding sources. Programs/services are divided into three major divisions: workforce development, child development, and social services which include farm labor housing, teen tobacco prevention, HIV prevention services, domestic violence, sexual assault and human trafficking supporting services, home energy assistance, food pantry, and after school programs. UMOS sponsors and organizes several corporate, cultural, and community events