Not For Profit
The mission of the American Cancer Society is to save lives, celebrate lives, and lead the fight for a world without cancer. As we all know, when cancer strikes, it hits from all sides. That’s why we’re committed to attacking cancer from every angle. With more than 100 years of experience and leadership, we are a global force, fighting all cancers on all fronts, across the US, and around the globe.
With the help of millions of supporters, we launch breakthrough research, create empowering resources for people to outsmart cancer, enable local communities to support those affected, and convening powerful activists to create awareness and impact.
Goshen NY 10924
At Glen Arden in Goshen, NY, seniors 62 and older enjoy an active, independent lifestyle, with the assurance of available long-term care. Glen Arden continuing care retirement community offers a comprehensive program of independent living, enriched housing and skilled nursing – all on one campus.
While the Goshen Art League continues to expand its ranks and explores new and innovative programs, the mission at its core remains the same as the original:
To provide members opportunities to exhibit their work, to allow members to offer workshops and demonstrations, and to provide public awareness of the artists in our community.
The Goshen Art Group eventually became the Goshen Art League and has continued to grow and evolve through the years. At present there are over 75 members, mostly visual artists, who continue to successfully show and sell their work in many similar venues as their original counterparts, including eateries, banks, health care facilities, and Goshen Town Hall, among others. The sidewalk art shows have transformed into the highly successful Goshen Art Walk, founded and sponsored by the Village of Goshen and administered by the League.
Goshen, New York 10924-2108
The Goshen Ecumenical Food Pantry hands out food twice a month to pre-registered residents of the Goshen School District.
Distribution Days are the Second Saturday of each month from 9:30 am to 10:30 am & the last Thursday of each month at 6:30 pm to 7:15 pm.
Goshen NY 10924
Celebrating and promoting Harness Racing by offering a year-round training center and live racing every June and July. Adjacent to the Harness Racing Museum and Hall of Fame, the track shares the same hallowed ground and a common mission of renewing interest in the Standardbred.
Goshen, New York 10924
We are a 501(c)(3) not for profit organization dedicated to companion animals and to spay/neuter education. Our shelter is low-kill and provides a temporary home for our animals. We are committed to finding adoptive homes for the rescued animals that are brought to us because of abandonment, illness or neglect. We do not support euthanasia as a means of resolving the companion animal overpopulation crisis at our shelter. We work to educate the public regarding responsible pet ownership, including neutering of all family pets.
The Goshen Humane Society is a small shelter and is set up to care for dogs and cats. We are not equipped to take in “wild” or “exotic” animals. It is very important to understand that it is against the law to “trap” any animal that may be considered wild in NYS. It is also against the law to feed most wild animals. This means any animal that it’s origin is not fully known. Please do not try to make a determination yourself as to whether an animal who is living outside is wild or not, as you can cause severe injury to yourself and/or to the animal in question. If you come upon any animal that may fall into this category, the following information is very useful!
It is never recommended that an individual ever attempt to catch an animal that “may” be wild or that is found outside. There are appropriate places to call in these instances. If you are in possession of an injured animal or spot one that may be considered “wild,” meaning NOT a dog or cat, you should call your local Wildlife D.E.C. office. The local DEC office for Orange and surrounding areas is located in New Paltz, NY – the tel# is 845-256-3090. Please call this number for a list of “Nuisance Officers,” Licensed local wildlife rehabilitators, and for any questions that you may have. A Veterinarian is allowed to take in a wild animal for treatment only, however if your Vet is NOT a licensed wildlife rehabilitator with the State of New York, the animal is not allowed to be released back into the environment. The animal either must be turned over to a Veterinarian who is a licensed wildlife rehabilitator, OR to an individual who is licensed to do the same. There is considerable training and licensing involved in order to know how to trap, treat and care for an animal that isn’t known to be domesticated, and has come from the outdoors. ANYONE who is not licensed nor trained for this is not only risking injury to themselves, but also to the animal.
If you come upon a stray dog or cat, then please call your local shelter, local Dog Control and/or Animal Control, as this is where most strays eventually end up.
Goshen, New York 10924
The mission of the Goshen Public Library and Historical Society is to provide and promote open and equal access to ideas and to the resources and services of the Library in order to meet the informational, educational, and cultural needs of the community. The Library strives to enrich reading and the use of technology for lifelong learning and the enhancement of the individual’s quality of life.
GOSHEN, NY 10924
Goshen Volunteer Ambulance Corps (GOVAC) is located in Goshen, Orange County, NY. We’re approximately 60 miles north of
New York City in the historic lower Hudson Valley near West Point Military Academy.
We are a small dedicated group who, for the last 39 years, have had the same goal…
To provide the best & most professional emergency medical care to the citizens and visitors of Goshen & Hamptonburgh
Greenwood Lake NY 10925
GWL Skatepark Corp. is a registered 501(c)(3) charity established in June 2017 with the objective of raising the necessary funds (estimated at $300-350k) to design and build a professional concrete skatepark in the Village of Greenwood Lake, NY. The completed skatepark will be dedicated to the memory of Dale Hirrel, a local teenager and avid skater who was tragically killed in July 2016 while a passenger in an automobile. Dale comes from a large family in Greenwood Lake and was known and loved by many not just his hometown, but in many of the surrounding towns of Tuxedo, Warwick and Chester, where he attended school. Dale always dreamed of having a skatepark in his village and we want to make sure that dream becomes a reality by raising the necessary funds as soon as possible.
Middletown, New York 10941
Harmony Christian School is a NY State Regents accredited pre k-12 private Christian school that exists to provide a loving community that equips, challenges and inspires children to make a positive impact in the world.
Goshen NY 10924
The Harness Racing Museum & Hall of Fame is dedicated to comprehensive, active and authoritative support and promotion of the Standardbred industry through documentation and preservation of the history and traditions of this American-born sport. It will also continue to augment existing collections and provide extensive research, educational programming, and exciting exhibitry to expand harness racing’s interest and appeal, both nationally and internationally, to assure an informed audience and a successful future.
Goshen, NY 10924
Helping Hands Christian Pre-School opened our doors to all children in September 2001. We incorporated as a non-profit school and received our charter from the New York State Department of Education, July 2003.
As a mission of the Goshen United Methodist Church, we have a board of directors comprised of church members. They include Susan Armistead, Paul Bunning, Denise Hawkins, Carol Keesler, Linda Babula, Pat Schwetje, Stephanie Gomes and pastor, The Rev. Michael H. Barry, Jr.
Admission is open to children of all religions, races, and national and ethnic origins. Our school is Christian oriented but not denominationally oriented. We will promote the elements of faith that are common to Christian people. All children must be immunized.
Our staff is experienced, loving instructors who are committed to Christ. While our staff members may have varied educational backgrounds, they all bring unique gifts and talents to share with the children. The staff is certified in CPR and have undergone background checks.
Montgomery, NY 12549
Our mission is to be the voice of advocacy and support for the Hudson Valley community of people living with and affected by cancer by providing informational and educational resources and support services to improve quality of life through all stages of the cancer journey.
The Cancer Resource Center of the Hudson Valley strives for the day when its mission of providing the necessary support tools and resources to educate, guide and empower cancer patients and their families in our community to fight their cancer will no longer be needed.
We are motivated by compassion and integrity as our core values.
We seek to lessen and ultimately eliminate the struggle to find appropriate support services and financial assistance to make the cancer experience less stressful for patient, family and caregiver.
We are committed to being an extension of collaboration with like minded organizations, groups and individuals who aspire to make the cancer burden easier to bear on all affected.
Newburgh NY 12550
Independent Living, Inc. is a locally controlled, nonprofit agency operated by people with disabilities for people with disabilities offering a wide range of programs and services dedicated to ensuring universal access and opportunity in every aspect of community life. Since 1987, we’ve served as a common voice for persons with disabilities living in Orange, Dutchess, Ulster, Sullivan and Rockland Counties.
Our efforts are directed to individuals of all ages having any disability, as well as to families, businesses, agencies, and municipalities. We are committed to the universal elimination of physical and attitudinal barriers, as well as assisting individuals with disabilities to successfully make the transition from system-dependency to independence.
For over 30 years, Independent Living, Inc. has touched the lives of literally thousands of people. Having a uniquely recipient-based perspective and approach to addressing disability issues, we have consistently exemplified cost-effective ways of improving the quality of lives of persons with disabilities. Every year, our Center provides a diversity of important resources to residents of our community.
Goshen NY 10924
Inspire was founded as Orange County Cerebral Palsy Association, Inc. in 1950 primarily to provide rehabilitative and education services to children with cerebral palsy. Today, Inspire provides a wide array of rehabilitative, educational, and disability support services for individuals of all ages and abilities.
Currently, Inspire operates sites in Goshen, Newburgh, and Monroe in order to adequately serve children and adults from throughout Orange County. Inspire is a registered non-profit 501(c)3 organization and is also an affiliate of Cerebral Palsy Associations of New York State.
Goshen NY 10924
Iron Horse Sanctuary, Inc – a 501(c)(3) nonprofit got its start August 5th 2019 by Co-Founders Kay O’Hanlon Myruski & Barbara Fontaine.
Saving animals is our thing. If this isn’t the cause for you its OK. We just ask that you find something – Anything – be it a place, a creature, a person and get behind it. You’ll never regret it. We can all make a difference.
Monroe, New York 10950
The YMCA of Middletown is a community based not for profit organization dedicated to putting Judeo–Christian principles into practice through programs that build a healthy spirit, mind, and body for all.
Our YMCA Association began its service to the City of Middletown in 1882, and over the subsequent 136 years, expanded to serve all of Orange County and Southern Sullivan County. Although our name indicates our historical beginnings at our main branch at 81 Highland Avenue in Middletown, it does not adequately reflect all that we do within a 30-mile radius of our association’s headquarters.
Currently, we operate primarily out of three facilities including our main branch and association headquarters in Middletown known as the YMCA of Middletown, the South Orange Family YMCA (nicknamed “SOFY”) in Monroe, and The Center For Youth Programs in Middletown- the home of our First Step Preschool, our summer day camp in Middletown and many other youth programs.