The International Services Council of Alabama manages a number of programs designed to bring the international community and the citizens of Alabama together to participate in the global conversation on important issues.
Concurrent Technologies Corporation (CTC) has been putting ideas into action for our clients since 1987, supporting a wide range of high-priority defense requirements and helping U.S. industry compete in the global market.
Vision: Our focus is on the creation of a community culture that encourages, develops and commends good character in the individuals, families, faith and community organizations, schools, businesses and governments…by providing character training, resources, and best practices to all sectors of the community.
The goal of the Giles County Economic Development Commission is to create employment opportunities for the citizens of Pulaski-Giles County by working to insure the continued success of our existing industry and by recruiting new industries into our community.
The Huntsville SOF Network is a Non-Profit affiliation of Huntsville?s unique abilities, technologies, facilities, labs, programs, academia and government motivated to connect cutting edge solutions with Special Operations Forces across DoD/USSOCOM, National Intelligence Programs and Interagency.
Incorporated in 1982, Central North Alabama Health Services, Inc. (CNAHSI) is one of the largest accredited primary healthcare group practices in North Alabama, providing services to more than 95,000 residents of Madison, Limestone and Morgan counties over the past 30 years.
Our goal is to secure the future of 305 8th Street to ensure that the home will continue to operate for a growing number of adults with diverse mental challenges - autism, brain injury, cerebral palsy …
The Leading Connection for Business Professionals
Executive Women International (EWI) brings together key individuals from diverse businesses for the purpose of:
-promoting member firms
-enhancing personal and professional development
-encouraging community involvement.
Empowering women to grow and lead through nourishment of mind, body and soul
The Energy Huntsville Initiative was launched by the City of Huntsville's Mayor, Tommy Battle, to protect the space and missile systems industrial technology base by focusing Huntsville's intellectual capital and business acumen on the growing energy market sector. Energy Huntsville Corporation, a 501(c) 6 organization, was formed to implement the Mayor's vision.
Since its formation in 1997, the Alpha Foundation has been dedicated to improving the human condition. To this end, Alpha will select organizations to which grants will be made that further this objective. An emphasis will be placed on grants to educational, scientific, and charitable organizations. A major focus of Alpha's support is biotechnology to aid in the discovery and cure of diseases.
The Alabama Kidney Foundation serves kidney patients by providing financial assistance, education & support services. We provide education to promote organ donation awareness & kidney disease prevention.
HEALS, Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization in Huntsville, Alabama dedicated to providing accessible, quality, school-based primary health care for low-income children in Huntsville and Madison County.
The mission statement for the City of Elkton, TN is ''Provide safe and secure neighborhoods and other public services in an efficient, effective and fiscally responsible manner.'' Established in 1808, the small town of Elkton is positioned to meet tomorrow's opportunities and challenges.
The purpose of our school is to provide a quality, licensed educational program for children, ages 2 1/2 - 5th grade. Emphasis is placed on Christian education. Children, parents and the community benefit from the program.
Cyber Huntsville, a 501(c)(6) non-profit organization made up of lndustry, Government and Academic institutions that are dedicated to making Huntsville and the Tennessee Valley region a Nationally and Internationally recognized Cyber leader.
Habitat for Humanity is a non-profit, faith based housing ministry that seeks to provide simple, decent houses to low income families using donations and ''sweat equity'' of partner families. Habitat builds and sells homes to low income families.
Glenwood began in 1973 as a private, nonprofit organization. From the beginning, its mission was clear: form an agency devoted to providing treatment, education, and research in the area of children's mental health.
Enhancing the quality of life through the mobilization of federal, state, & local resources in order to provide advocacy, economic development, & assistance to move low-income people toward self-sufficiency.