Pride Resource Center of North Mississippi
All are welcome. Price Resource Center of Mississippi is a community-based LGBTQ+ social service organization providing a safe space for the community to meet for support, education, and various other programs as well as find safe and reliable resources in North Mississippi. Learn more…
You can’t spell HEALTH without HEAL! H.E.A.L. Mississippi provide high quality, fully comprehensive healthcare that’s easily accessible to all who are at risk or living with a cardio-metabolic disease. Aimed at helping anyone overcome any barriers to living a healthy, high-quality life and improve the overall health of the community, they also offer counseling and training services in a one-on-one setting. Learn more…
The Bower Foundation
Improving Mississippi’s Health is their motto and given the vast health challenges facing Mississippians, their funds and energies all point to making sustainable, systemic improvements in the state’s health and education infrastructures. Through ideas and projects that incorporate best-of-class talent, amplify existing frameworks, provide concrete metrics for success, and are scalable and sustainable, the legacy of Dr. John D. Bower’s work inspires them to continue the work of caring for the health of Mississippians. Learn more…
Mental Health Association of South Mississippi
Working to empower people who suffer from mental illness since 1963, the Mental Health Association of South Mississippi provides resources and support services for those seeking mental wellness and recovery. Learn more…
A warm hello to our esteemed members and friends. This edition of The Ally seeks to celebrate the rich tapestry that February brings by recognizing Black History Month and other notable events that shape this dynamic month.
Family Biz Builder (FBB) is a transformative force in Tunica County, Mississippi. Since 2014, FBB, a compassionate 501(c)(3) nonprofit youth training and development organization, has been the guiding light for countless low-income, at-risk children aged 5-17 and their families across Tunica, Coahoma, and Desoto Counties.
Cultivating belonging and wholeness in the world
Friends and Partners,
I’m grateful to be connected to you in this season of celebration and acknowledgment of Black history.