We are committed to being good neighbors in the communities where we work and operate. Since April 2020, our Mid-South Region community grant program has enabled us to help local organizations serve our communities, whether it is supporting families in need, local first responders or environmental initiatives. To learn more about the program or to be considered for a grant, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A non-profit organization that provides advocacy services to victims of child abuse in DeSoto and Tate Counties. Their mission is to respond to child abuse with a supportive team approach that reduces trauma through advocacy, treatment, education and prevention.
A non-profit organization committed to giving back and assisting the city of Memphis, Tennessee.
A religious-centered organization that educates and serves the needs of women and children impacted by domestic violence in North Mississippi. They have operated a Domestic Violence Shelter in our local community for over twenty years and strive to build productive relationships and make a positive impact.
Provides resources to nearly 200 families in the area since its inception in 2012. Those resources include, rent/mortgage assistance, transportation support, family counseling, and mentoring and tutoring for children in under resourced pockets of DeSoto County.
The largest and most pre-eminent civil rights organization in the country. Their mission is to secure the political, educational, social and economic equality of rights in order to eliminate race-based discrimination and ensure the health and well-being of all persons.
A nonprofit community development corporation serving South Memphis, Tennessee and the Greater Memphis area. They are dedicated to the holistic renaissance of our community through the provision of services in areas of housing, economic development, education and advocacy.
Providing food to families in need across Shelby County and northwest Mississippi for nearly four decades.
Their mission is to empower, enable and support community members in their efforts to revitalize the Westwood community in Memphis, Tennessee. UWCDC serves as a vehicle through which residents and businesses can work together to solve problems and improve all aspects of quality of life for its residents, business owners and visitors.
A governmental subdivision of the State of Mississippi located in DeSoto County. It is responsible for implementing a program of soil and water conservation in the county.