Laura Jo's Cookies for Kids Fundraisers
All proceeds from our cookie sales will go to support our Montessori-oriented learning environments for
preschool-, kindergarten-, and elementary-aged children in the Bartholomew County, Indiana area. The ABC-Stewart school seeks to educate and prepare each child to make life’s journey as an independent, responsible citizen of the world. “Children are human beings to whom respect is due, superior to us by reason of their innocence and of the greater possibilities of their future.” ~Maria Montessoriy.
Adonai's Mercy House
Adonai's Mercy House began with a straightforward goal: to help impoverished children in the Philippines who are sick with cancer and other life-threatening childhood diseases. We currently provide food, clean water and help to pay for their treatments like blood and platelet transfusions, Chemotherapy, food, and medicine while they receive treatment
Advocates for Children
Monies will go towards the provision of Advocates who give a voice to abused and neglected children in Bartholomew, Decatur, and Jennings counties. Our CASA volunteers and Staff GALs advocate for the best interest of these children, seeking to give them a chance at a better future. We remain involved with these children until they find a safe, loving, ‘forever’ family in which they can thrive.
American Heritage Girls
Building women of integrity through service to God, family, community, and country.
Amputee Blade Runners
Our organization helps amputees keep an active lifestyle by providing this vital equipment free of charge. Our goal is to provide a running prosthesis to one athlete in all 50 states. We currently have athletes in 31 states who serve as ambassadors to other amputees.
Since 1991, Anchor House has been a vital service for homeless families and feeding the hungry. All money raised helps support our Food Pantry program and helps with the costs to operate the Emergency Family Shelter. Through food distribution in our Pantry, we provided 234,441 meals to families last year. 56% of those we serve in the Pantry are children. Through our shelter we house families for 8 weeks while they look for permanent, stable housing in Jackson County. We housed 48 families last year, 87 children among them. We like to partner with other local champions who want to build a support network around these families. Thank you so much for partnering with us to help families and children in our community.
BCSF- The School Foundation in Columbus
Benjamin Rush Middle School
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southeast Indiana
Big Brothers Big Sisters is the nation's largest and oldest youth mentoring organization. We have been the leader in one-to-one youth service for more than a century.
Our mission is to create and support one-to-one mentoring relationships that ignite the power and promise of youth. Our vision is all youth achieve their full potential.
Blessings in a Backpack
Blessings in a Backpack mobilizes communities, individuals, and resources to provide food on the weekends for elementary school children across America who might otherwise go hungry. Every school-aged child in America has the nourishment needed to learn and grow. As a leader in the movement to end childhood hunger, Blessings in a Backpack strives to ensure children do not go hungry on the weekends by empowering individuals and communities to take action.
Boys and Girls Club of Johnson
The mission of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Johnson County is to enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens by providing quality programming to the youth of Johnson County that focuses on education, the arts, technology, health and physical fitness in a safe and positive environment. We fulfill our mission by providing programming through athletics, after school and summer programs. All donations help us keep our fees low for families.
Boys and Girls Club of Seymour
To inspire and empower all young people, especially those who need us the most, to realize their full potential as productive, caring, and responsible citizens.
Broken & Beautiful exists to serve children in crisis in Jackson County, IN. We do this through support and education of families of origin, foster families, and adoptive families as well as those who serve them such as DCS and CASA. The money raised from this fundraiser will go to support children removed from their homes in the form of journey bags with clothing & essentials as well as support of foster families to provide stability for these children.
High School Theater
Brownstown Central Elementary School
High School Choir
High School DECA
High School Riley Dance Marathon
All funds raised from Laura Jo's Cookies for Kids will benefit BCHS Riley Dance Marathon, which goes directly to Riley Hospital for Children. Our goal for the 2020 dance marathon is to raise $4000 for The Kids. Thank you for your support.
Cedar Ridge Elementary School
Center Grove Education Foundation
At the Center Grove Education Foundation, we share in the belief that every Center Grove student should have an exceptional educational experience. For over 20 years, we have been providing grants to fund additional learning experiences and resources for our students & teachers.
Child Care Network
Donations support the team’s needs for equipment expenses and funding events such as team bonding, senior night, community outreach and volunteer activities.
All proceeds from the purchase of cookies goes to the Columbus North and East Men's and Women's Soccer Teams to help with the purchase of new uniforms, soccer equipment, away game meals, and any other requirements that the coaches may have. Since soccer is considered a "fringe" sport, these teams have to work hard with other fundraisers such as the Kiwanis Duck Drop, the Applebee's Flapjack Fundraiser, car washes and even selling mums. The teams participate in the "Two Teams, One Goal" fundraiser for the American Cancer Society every year and have raised over $2000 a year for cancer research.
The Columbus North Gridiron Club is a 100% volunteer driven organization that raises funds and supports the Columbus North Football Team. Our program relies heavily on fundraising to provide scholarships for team camp, scholarship for player packs, pre-game snacks and hydration, weekly team meals and fellowship, and after game meals for away games. Your support is greatly appreciated by our volunteers and our players of Dogpack Football. Go Dogs!
Compassion Way Kids
CPHS Women's Basketball Parent Club
CSA Lincoln Elementary PTO
Driving for Dyslexia
Driving for Dyslexia was founded in 2018, by Sarah Fisher Hartman Racing Development driver Elliot Cox, at the age of 10, in memory of his hero Justin Wilson. Elliot uses his platform of motorsports to raise awareness of Dyslexia and funds for teachers to be trained in multisensory methods of teaching children with Dyslexia to learn to read. Since it's inception, Driving for Dyslexia has helped to raise approximately $78,000 to help children with Dyslexia, by partnering with other Dyslexia organizations. In 2020, Driving for Dyslexia has become a stand-alone charity, and it is our goal to give many scholarships for teacher training and continue to spread the "Dyslexia doesn't stop me!" message. We won't stop until all children have the opportunity to learn to read! Thank you for your support!
Emma's Art Kits
Exchange Club Family Resource Center
Family Service, Inc.
CAP stands for Child Abuse Prevention. CAP Adult Prom is an event that raises money for Family Services to provide community programming that focuses on the prevention of child abuse and neglect. The CAP Program strives to educate ALL residents about child abuse and neglect to promote healthy alternatives and positive parenting practices.
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FOP Cops and Kids
Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 108 is dedicated to taking care of the children in our community. Proceeds will help with our Annual FOP Cops & Kids Christmas Shopping Program each year in December, sponsor youth league teams, provide scholarships for graduating high school students, and provide assistance to any youth or youth organization in need.
Foundation for Youth
Franklin Central Choirs
The funds raised will be used to help offset the fees associated with choir. Some of those fees include costumes, makeup, music and travel to competition, etc.
Graham Creek Elementary PTO
All the money and funds we earn through our organization is put into improvements for our school such as books for the library, technology devices for our classrooms, water bottle water fountains for our students to use, recently sanitation boxes for our library books to be sanitized in, as well as shared art supplies/classroom supplies.
Grassy Creek PTA
The HIKE Fund
If It Was Your Child
Infancy Onward is a state-wide non-profit subsidiary of Mental Health America of Indiana. We help support professionals working with infants and young children through mental health and education. We provide an Infant Mental Health Endorsement®, an Early Childhood Mental Health Endorsement®, Reflective Supervision groups, an Early Childhood Mental Health Conference, and trainings around children and relationship building. Every year we have one conference in August, but we are trying to do some fundraising throughout the year, too. We use these funds to help support our Endorsements, our trainings, and a documentary we share throughout the state, No Small Matter.
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Hearing Aid Fund for School Age Children
JDRF works every day to change the reality of this disease for millions of people—and to prevent anyone else from ever knowing it—by funding research, advocating for government support of research and new therapies, ensuring new therapies come to market and connecting and engaging the T1D community. Founded by parents determined to find a cure for their children with T1D, Every dollar put toward research comes from donations, so when you support the JDRF with your time, talent, voice and, yes, your money, you enable them to advance even more research. The organization’s goal is to turn Type One into Type None.
Kids in Crisis - Intervention Team
KIC-IT began in 2011 as the need for homeless youth services was identified. KIC-IT collaborates with other organizations to support youth, ages 16-25, in breaking the cycle of homelessness by helping them achieve sustainable life change.
Lincoln Center Skate Club
Lutheran Central School
Madison Archery Team
Mentors for Youth of Dubois County Inc.
Pink Slipper Dance Studio
Red Alert 05 Softball Team
Red Nose Day
Riley Cheer Guild
Riley Cheer Guild is a volunteer auxiliary that provides comfort and cheer to patients and caregivers at Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health and the IU Health adult hospitals on the academic health center in downtown Indianapolis.
Riley Children's Foundation
Riley Children’s Foundation is the fundraising arm of Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health and the founding organization that opened Riley Hospital in 1924. Money raised goes to ensure children have access to exceptional healthcare by funding pediatric research, education and care.
St. Joseph Hessen Cassel Church/School
Seymour Cyclones Soccer
Seymour High School Archery Owls
The Seymour High School Archery Owls are a group of students 70 strong from 9-12 grades. Each year the Archery club starts in September and competes in numerous tournaments all the way thru June. Sending two teams of 24 archers each to tournaments takes a lot of funds for equipment, travel and entrance fees. Will you help us keep competing and "Changing Lives One Arrow at a Time"? Thank you for your support!
Seymour High School Football
The funds raised will go towards feeding the SHS football players, scholarships, camps, and equipment.
Seymour Lady Owls Soccer
Special Olympics Indiana
St. Ambrose Catholic School
St. John Sauer's School
Toys For Tots for Bartholomew County and Jennings County
Trinity Lutheran High School's Riley Dance Marathon Committee
The Agency's mission is working toward the prevention and the elimination of domestic and dating violence. The Agency provides programs and services free of charge for Jackson County families that are dealing with domestic violence. These programs include a 24/7 Emergency Shelter, 1-800 Helpline, Non-Residential Services, and school based prevention programming for children in grades 6-12.
United Way of Central Illinois fights for the basic needs, education, financial stability and health of every person in our community. We bring together our community’s problem solvers to tackle our community’s toughest challenges.
Zion Lutheran School