The following nonprofit agencies have established funds at the Community Foundation.
Leading the fight to cure and treat ALS and empowering people with Lou Gehrig's Disease to live fuller lives by providing passionate care and support.
The Arc of Madison County is an advocacy organization for children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
A focal point for youth development, providing vigorous intervention to young people from disadvantaged circumstances, taking young people from resignation to possibility, hope and opportunity.
Responding to individuals and families in crisis.
Fantasy Playhouse Children's Theater brings the magic of theatre and arts education to the families of the Tennessee Valley.
Together we can solve hunger and poverty in North Alabama by feeding the needy, supporting family farms, and catalyzing local food entrepreneurship.
Comprehensive medical and dental care at school for low-income children in Huntsville and Madison County.
Our Garden will achieve world-class recognition by balancing year-round botanical displays, strong educational programs and specialized research.
The Huntsville Youth Orchestra nurtures the musical, social and educational development of young musicians from the Tennessee Valley in an orchestral setting.
The Junior League of Huntsville is an organization of women committed to promoting volunteerism, developing the potential of women, and improving communities.
Nexus Energy Center builds smarter energy communities in Alabama through education, conservation, efficiency, and renewable energy initiatives.
The Russel Hill Cancer Foundation supports bold, innovative cancer research, education and patient assistance. Every dollar donated to the Foundation stays in the area.
Empowering Veterans, including wounded warriors and their families, transition into civilian life through employment, education and receive an optimum quality of life that they deserve.
Thrive Alabama is committed to stopping the spread of HIV/AIDS and caring for people living with the disease throughout North Alabama.
Improves the education, income, and health of our community, uniting resources, volunteers, and nonprofit partners to help those least able to help themselves.
The CAP and GOWN Project seeks to provide transformative opportunities for underrepresented secondary school students in Huntsville, AL who wish to pursue college. We provide Huntsville students with opportunities to tour colleges, work to improve their ACT scores, and engage in STEM education through our programs led by the amazing teachers in Huntsville City Schools.