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Baird has a long tradition of giving back in the communities where our associates live and work, and many give generously of their time, talents and personal resources to local organizations. Our associates also support annual firm level campaigns to raise funds for local and national charities. And our Baird Foundation provides financial support for causes ranging from fighting homelessness and hunger to promoting education and the arts. Our ongoing commitment to building relationships in the community and empowering associates to get involved is central to our culture. We believe that one helping hand can ignite significant and positive change. Whether associates are volunteering their time and talent, donating generously, or influencing others to get involved in the community, their impact is felt and can be-far reaching.
Other ways Baird supports associates’ passion for giving back include:
We are a non-profit organization dedicated to serving the youth in our local community located in Bloomington, IN. It is the mission of Boys & Girls Clubs of Bloomington to empower all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, and responsible citizens.
Cardinal Stage produces high-quality professional theater that engages audiences and strengthens the cultural, educational and economic vibrancy of South Central Indiana. As a dynamic professional theater, Cardinal Stage is essential to the region for its creative, inspiring and affordable programming.
Indiana University Auditorium is one of the premier cultural centers of the Midwest. Opening its doors in 1941, the Auditorium season consisted primarily of classical concerts with ticket prices costing about one dollar.
Today, the Auditorium remains the primary gathering place for community ceremonies, lectures, and a wide range of performing arts and world-class touring entertainment. Important figures in government, science, and the arts speak at the Auditorium, and many great artists, entertainers, and musicians are presented in its opulent 3,200-seat theatre. The Auditorium also houses the Dailey Family Memorial Collection of Hoosier Art, the IU Auditorium Organ, and the Thomas Hart Benton murals.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of South Central Indiana seeks to ignite the power and promise of youth throughout our communities. They also seek to empower the potential of all children between 6 and 18 years of age in our community. We operate in communities all across the South Central Indiana area.
Bloomington Rotary Club is the oldest of three Rotary Clubs in Bloomington, including the Bloomington North Rotary Club and the Bloomington Sunrise Rotary Club. Our three clubs work together closely and engage in major projects, our Annual Rotary Toast, and other efforts in the community. We are part of Rotary’s Southern Indiana District 6580, comprised of more than 30 clubs, within Rotary International’s 35,000 clubs in over 200 countries and territories.
Our mission is to improve people's lives by mobilizing the caring power of our community. We address critical needs today and work to reduce those needs tomorrow.
As a nonprofit clinic, Pets Alive relies on the generosity of our friends who care about the work that we do to keep our surgery fees low and accessible to everyone. Spay/neuter saves lives and is THE ANSWER to ending the unnecessary euthanasia of healthy pets. It also means lower rates of pet homelessness, fewer animals at the shelter to be cared for with taxpayer dollars, healthier pets, and increased lifespans for our furry family members. We know that what is good for our pets is good for our community! We also know that we couldn’t do the work that we do without YOU. Your donation makes a far-reaching impact! Spay/neuter saves lives!
Established in 1990, the Community Foundation of Bloomington and Monroe County is a nonprofit, community corporation created by and for our local citizens. We create positive impact, help people achieve their charitable goals and collaborate in order to improve the quality of life in Monroe County.
Solutions for children and families impacted by homelessness in Bloomington, Indiana.
Hoosier Hills Food Bank collects, stores and distributes food to non-profit agencies that feed the hungry in Brown, Lawrence, Orange, Owen, Martin and Monroe counties in Indiana.
The Foundation of Monroe County Community Schools engages community support to inspire learning, enrich teaching, and enhance educational opportunities for all MCCSC students.
At Mother Hubbard’s Cupboard, we believe that access to healthy food is a basic human right. We actively work to eliminate barriers by addressing both immediate needs and their root causes as well as work to increase access to healthy food in ways that cultivate dignity, self-sufficiency, and community.
The WonderLab Museum in downtown Bloomington, Indiana provides opportunities for children to experience hands-on science exhibits and programs.
The Monroe County Humane Association is a non-profit that has been protecting, advocating and educating for animal welfare since 1956.
Our Mission: The Cutters Soccer Club provides a positive environment while promoting fair play and player development for residents of Monroe County and surrounding communities, encouraging players to develop a passion for the game and to maximize their potential.
Our Vision: To be known for excellence in youth development by fostering teamwork, leadership and life skills through soccer.
Here at 50 Men Who Care, we know that sometimes all it takes to improve a community is a little support. Since our founding in 2014, we have been determined to make an impact. The core of our efforts is to bring together men who care about local causes, improving lives, and making our community a better place.
Four times a year, we convene to learn, vote on, and contribute to a local nonprofit organization that moves our community forward.
The Sidney and Lois Eskenazi Museum of Art encourages active learning through direct engagement with art from our wide-ranging collection, which spans nearly every art-producing culture throughout history. You can experience our collection in the galleries, at programming and events, and with a special viewing in one of our art study rooms.
With four specialized centers and technology-equipped learning spaces throughout the museum, we are dedicated to engaging students, faculty, artists, scholars, alumni, and the wider public through the cultivation of new ideas and scholarship.