7 Wabash Marketplace Non profit members you should know about
We’re lucky to have a great number of non-profits in Wabash County working towards the betterment of the community. While there is quite the selection, here are 7 that you should be aware of:
1. The Access Youth Center and Learning Academy
Located at 74 W, Canal St. in downtown Wabash, The Access Youth Center opened in 1986. They offer a family friendly environment accessible to every youth in our community ages 8-18 open Monday through Friday, and many Saturdays as well. With an educational partnership between Wabash City Schools and The Access Youth Center; the Learning Academy provides students with an alternative learning space. They can be reached at 260-563-2070.
2 and 3. Grow Wabash County (Economic Development Group of Wabash County & Wabash County Chamber of Commerce)
Located inside Wabash city hall at 202 S. Wabash St, and voted by membership and through combined organizations, they will soon be call Grow Wabash County. Both organizations assist with economic and employment opportunities as well as business development for the people and businesses of Wabash County.
4. The Ford Meter Box Company, Inc., and The Ford Meter Box Foundation
A company that has been a located in Indiana since 1898, They have a manufacturing facility in Wabash, Indiana as well as Pell City, Alabama. Their extensive line of products is just one positive thing. Their Foundation continuously gives back to the community in many different areas.
5. The Honeywell Foundation
This well-known company was Founded in 1941 by Mark C. Honeywell in Wabash, Indiana to oversee the construction of the Honeywell Center Memorial Community Center. As of 2017, this property oversees several local properties such as Honeywell Center, Honeywell House, Eagles Theatre, 13-24 Drive In, Charley Creek Gardens, and Dr. James Ford Historic Home. They are heavily involved in the community and offer specialized programs year round.
6. Wabash County YMCA
Located at 500 S. Cass St. since 2009 in a newly built state of the art facility, the Wabash County YMCA offers memberships to all and an array of classes for youth and adults alike. Soccer leagues, Zumba classes, and aquatics are just a few things you can expect in this beautiful location. Check them out today!
7. Visit Wabash County- Convention and Visitor's Bureau
If you want to learn about Wabash County events, businesses, things to do and see, then this is the place to go! Visit Wabash County is a great resource for Wabash County and we are lucky to have them! Located at 221 S. Miami St., their love of Wabash can be seen by the one of a kind Welcome Center and Gift Shop. Stop by Today!
These are some great non- profits that you will enjoy learning about. To find a list of more non profits and Wabash Marketplace members, check out the list here.