A non-profit, community-based group that recognizes cultural heritage and celebrates cultural diversity by organizing, promoting and hosting events such as the annual Blues Fest, the annual celebration of Kwaanza, and other cultural and cross-cultural events throughout the year in and around Yellow Springs.
P.O. Box 441, Yellow Springs, OH 45387
Antioch College is an innovative and progressive four-year residential liberal arts college, dedicated to pursuing new and better ways of living and learning in our world.
The Antioch experience has three core elements: classroom, co-op and community. At Antioch, education and opportunities for growth are not confined to the campus, but take place throughout the community, and in the world at-large. The Antioch experience encourages students to explore broad perspectives on today’s critical issues, and own their education.
One Morgan Place, Yellow Springs, OH 45387
Nonprofit all-volunteer organization located in Yellow Springs, Ohio- who brings in the best of the chamber music world! Concerts are held at the First Presbyterian Church, on Xenia Avenue in Yellow Springs with concerts starting at 7:30 pm.
A private, non-profit center providing quality early care and education with a consistent daily rhythm, a safe and inviting environment, and age and developmentally appropriate, nourishing experiences for children from 18 months to 12 years. Qualified, responsive teachers and low child-to-teacher ratios. After School Care at Mills Lawn School for ages 7-12.
P.O. Box 42, Yellow Springs, OH 45387
A non-profit organization that advocates for small communities and the benefits of face-to-face relationships in a particular place. The organization envisions a world where people live sustainably and cooperatively in smaller communities which are diverse, equitable, and just. Provides knowledge and practices for low-energy living and self-reliant communities focusing on the coming global oil production peak, climate change and increasing inequity.
P.O. Box 243, Yellow Springs, OH 45387
A non-profit group that provides assistance to women for health related expenses during times of financial hardship.
Grassroots advocates for Ohio's environment focused on clean water, toxic chemical reductions, urban sprawl and public participation.
P.O. Box 553, Yellow Springs, OH 45387
A non-profit organization committed to Greene County Seniors and Caregivers by providing information, education, services and support.
Promoting philanthropy and providing stewardship and leadership to enhance the use of regional resources to meet charitable needs.
941 W Second Street, Xenia, OH 45385
Fostering community partnerships to advance Kettering Health Network's care facilities in Greene County, including Greene Memorial Hospital and Soin Medical Center. A 501(c)(3) organization that uses community gifts to support compassionate, high quality health care, and improve the life of Greene County residents and communities through gifts of cash, stock, mutual fund shares, appreciated real estate, life insurance, and other similar items of value.
1141 N. Monroe Street, Xenia, OH 45385
Non-Profit Animal Shelter serving Clark and surrounding counties
A civic organization focusing on research and education. The three primary areas of interest have been support of public information, education and participatory democracy with a membership of nearly forty men and women of diverse cultural and ethnic background and welcomes additional members who are interested in working hard for a better community.
Yellow Springs, OH 45387
A nonpartisan political organization that encourages the informed and active participation of citizens in government, works to increase understanding of major public policy issues, and influences public policy through education and advocacy. Membership in the League of Women Voters is open to all women and men who are U.S. citizens of voting age.
Located in the heart of Yellow Springs and known for its intimate viewing experience and professionally curated offerings of first-run, foreign, and independent films. Completely renovated in 2013 and now all digital. The best place to watch a movie, together.
Open 363-364 days a year. Closed December 24th; often open on December 25th.
One evening show 7 days a week starting at 7PM, except between Memorial Day and Labor Day when the evening showtime shifts to 7:30. Matinee hours vary on weekends.
247 Xenia Avenue, Yellow Springs, OH 45387
Little Art Theatre
247 Xenia Avenue, Yellow Springs, Ohio 45387
Contact: Jenny Cowperthwaite, Director
The beautifully renovated Little Art Theatre offers a comfortable, stylish, state‐of‐the‐art space for a celebration, meeting, seminar, or even a special interest film of your choosing. What about a birthday party with an all‐time favorite film? The Little Art might even be the perfect place for your proposal or wedding; we’ll even put the happy couple’s names on the marquee!
Facility cost varies. Email email@example.com for more details.
A private family foundation that makes grants for charitable organizations in Yellow Springs and St. Cloud, MN
130 Glen Street, Unit 6, Yellow Springs, OH 45387
Providing support groups and offering educational and advocacy activities for individuals and families impacted by mental illness.
Trail development by transforming unused rail corridors into vibrant public places since 1986. The Midwest office coordinates a five state area including Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio and Wisconsin
A parent founded, 501(c) non profit organization serving families in the greater Dayton area who face autism spectrum disorders with prepared therapy & educational spaces for their individualized educational programs. Providing a network of trained therapists, licensed special educators, BCBA''s, and certified Montessori teachers along with professionals in behavior consulting services, tutoring services, or other educational options. 5383 Intrastate Drive, Fairborn, OH 45324
State of the art medical center with a serene, hotel-style environment specifically designed to promote peace and healing. Services include emergency care, heart, surgery, radiology and maternity. The innovative GetWellNetwork provides a new level of service to our guests.
3535 Pentagon Blvd, Beavercreek, OH 45431
Helping organizations and small businesses create your organization’s Storybook, a concise collection of documents that answers the question, “How do we talk about ourselves?” Also providing press releases, appeals, and website content along with grant research, application, program evaluation and final grant reports.
A nonprofit conservation organization serving Greene and Clark Counties of Ohio and surrounding areas for the purpose of preserving agricultural land, natural areas, water resources, and historic sites, in voluntary cooperation with landowners, and to educate the public about permanent land preservation. Assisting landowners in navigating state and federal easement programs, and accept donated easements on farmland and natural areas.
P.O. Box 417, Yellow Springs, OH 45387
The Women's Park is part of the Women's History Project of Greene Co. It is a garden that commemorates the achievements of the women of the county in tiles surrounded by a native plant garden along the Little Miami Bike Trail in Yellow Springs. It is located across from the Antioch College campus.
A public charitable foundation established primarily to benefit the citizens and community of Yellow Springs and Miami Township. Plays a vital role in supporting, enriching, and sustaining our diverse community and its citizens through a variety of traditional and innovative methods. P.O. Box 55, Yellow Springs, OH 45387
A private, nonprofit corporation whose purpose is to build and acquire affordable housing for persons who are poorly served by the prevailing housing market using the community Land Trust model.
P.O. Box 503, Yellow Springs, OH 45387
Supporting the Yellow Springs Library since 1901 including providing support for levy campaigns, refreshments for library programs, funding for display ads in the Yellow Springs News Red Book and special issues and responding to the needs of the library, large and small.
Friends of the Yellow Springs Library, a non-profit supporting projects at the Yellow Springs Library
Meeting the needs of individuals 55 and over to remain active, healthy and in their homes. Providing and coordinating home and transportation services.
227 Xenia Ave., Yellow Springs, OH 45387
Theater arts programs for youth. Performing original theater every summer in July with educational opportunities throughout the year.
P.O. Box 478, Yellow Springs, OH 45387
A non profit organization that promotes kindness, honestly, inclusion and knowledge. Kid Scouts serve the community by hosting feeding programs where volunteers pack nutritious casseroles for the hungry and distribute them. Kid Scouts also builds and promotes organic bee gardens.