Community Groups and Civic Organizations
Advocacy and Support Groups
Not-for-profit group that supports mothers and their children and provides them with activities to do during the daytime hours. There are four chapters of MOMS Club in the Greater Lafayette area.
The Tippecanoe County Knee Replacement Support Group -- "TippecaKnees" -- is a support group intended for anyone who is considering having Total Knee Replacement (TKR) or who has recently had it done. Hip replacement patients welcome as well.
Community Groups and Organizations
CCR is a group of concerned citizens and community organizations whose goal is to ensure freedom from discrimination and harassment for targeted groups of people who have been historically been treated differently based on but not limited to race, sex, religion, color, sexual orientation, handicap, familial status, national origin, creed, age, or political affiliation.
The Dog Park Association of Greater Lafayette worked with the City of Lafayette to develop an off-leash exercise area for dogs. Site contains information about the group, its goals, current projects and events, and contact information.
A group of men and women aged 21 and over, who volunteer their time and enjoy socializing. Current membership includes all ages and a variety of professions. Each member brings a unique perspective to the group but has a common goal to volunteer in the community and meet new people.
The Hanna Community Center, Inc, is a non-profit, multi-service agency which provides programs and services for the Hanna neighborhood and all residents of Tippecanoe County. Hanna Community Center is a United Way Agency.
A community based, non-profit partnership with many programs designed to benefit the residents of Lafayette. Information on this site includes mission, programs, history, activities, and rental listings.
For more detailed description, see their listing on the "Housing Assistance" page.
A not-for-profit group who's goal is to enhance, revitalize, and encourage the businesses and neighborhoods of the enterprise zone through partnerships, incentives, and cooperation.
Leadership Lafayette prepares individuals to serve as facilitative leaders and community trustees who will meet these challenges and strengthen Greater Lafayette.
Homepage of Lafayette Lodge #123, Free and Accepted Masons, a Masonic Lodge with over 150 years of history in Greater Lafayette.
Fraternal organization seeking to make good men better by instruction and example.
The mission of Special Olympics is to provide year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of sports for children and adults with mental retardation in order to create continuing opportunities for them to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience the joy of achievement, be included in the community, build skills, and make friends.
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