MS Hub Network for Volunteers and Nonprofits
The Mississippi Volunteer and Nonprofit Hub Network (MS Hub Network) is a partnership between The Alliance and Volunteer Mississippi. The MS Hub Network is a resource and advocate for volunteerism, capacity building, and training in conjunction with The Alliance.
The MS Hub Network includes eight hubs: Central MS, Delta, East, Golden Triangle, Gulf Coast, Northeast, Northwest and Southeast. The Hubs are a local point of contact for all nonprofits and provides valuable connections between volunteers and nonprofits. The Hubs will also provide disaster support for their region. In conjunction with The Alliance, the Hubs will assist with recruiting and marketing for classes that cover the 10 Principles and Practices for Nonprofit Management Excellence needed to strengthen nonprofits for sustainability.
The Hubs are housed in community foundations and United Way organizations across the state. The Alliance is home to the Central MS Hub. To locate the Hub that serves your county, please view the Interactive MS Hub Network map.
Located with the Mississippi Alliance of Nonprofits and Philanthropy and serves Claiborne, Copiah, Hinds, Leake, Madison, Rankin, Scott, Simpson, Smith, and Warren Counties.
Located with the Community Foundation of Washington County and serves Bolivar, Leflore, Holmes, Humphreys, Issaquena, Sharkey, Sunflower, Washington, and Yazoo Counties.
Located in the United Way of Lowndes County and serves Choctaw, Clay, Lowndes, Noxubee, Okitbbeha, Webster, and Winston Counties.
*This hub is independent of the MS Volunteer Commission's Volunteer & Nonprofit Hub Network.
Located with the Gulf Coast Community Foundation and serves George, Harrison, Hancock, Jackson, Pearl River, and Stone Counties.
Located with the United Way of Southeast MS, in partnership with the Greater Pinebelt Community Foundation, serving Forrest, Greene, Jones, Lamar, Perry, Marion, and Wayne Counties.
Serving all remaining counties.