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Non-Profit Organizations/Civic Organizations

Joplin Area Catholic Schools serves students preschool through 12th grade. A Christ-centered education and morality are complemented with strong academics and a family atmosphere.

The mission of the Joplin Area Chamber of Commerce is to improve the economic prosperity and quality of life in the Joplin region; and to be the principal advocate for, and provider of services to, its business community.

Seeking to put God’s love into action, Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities and hope.

The Joplin Area Ministerial Alliance is a fellowship of Christian ministry leaders, working toward a unified effort, to represent God and facilitate outreach to the greater Joplin community.

Joplin Museum Complex is home to the Everett J. Ritchie Tri-State Mineral Museum, Dorothea B. Hoover Historical Museum, The Empire District Electric Company Museum, The Joplin Sports Authority Sports Hall of Fame, and the National Historical Cookie Cutter Museum

Non-profit foundation that assists donors with estate planning (real estate, life insurance, property, stocks, etc.), donor-advised funds, and corporate charitable grant-making and scholarship funds.  Assists non-profits with establishing capacity building and endowment funds.

The Joplin Sports Authority is a 501c3 not-for-profit sports commission with the mission to attract, promote, provide and support local, state, regional, national and international sporting events to the Joplin area, which will provide economic impact and enhance the quality of life for the residents of the Joplin area.

Assembly/Packaging/Fulfillment:  If you have work to be done that may not be cost-effective for your operation, consider letting Joplin Workshops, Inc. handle the job. From relatively simple procedures to those requiring special skills, the Workshop meets the needs of industry, whatever the task… and at a reasonable price. Economical pricing is the key to our business and to your success.

Now offering interior cleaning service of tractors, crew cabs, pickups or cars, boats, RVs, fleets.  At our place or yours!

Founded in 1916, Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences (KCU) began as one of the nation’s first colleges of osteopathic medicine and has grown to become the eighth largest medical school in the nation and the largest medical school in Missouri.

In 2017, the University opened a second campus in Joplin, the KCU Farber-McIntire Campus, marking a significant milestone in the University’s history. KCU-Joplin was made possible through partnerships between KCU and Mercy Hospital Joplin, Freeman Health System, the City of Joplin and philanthropic leaders from Joplin and the surrounding communities. 

As the only medical school campus in southwest Missouri, KCU-Joplin seeks to provide educational opportunities for students who want to study and practice medicine in the area, rather than relocating after receiving their medical degree. As the region experiences a growing need for physicians, KCU-Joplin will help provide new doctors who will expand access to primary care. Currently, KCU is the second-largest provider of physicians in Missouri and Kansas, with more than 60 percent of alumni practicing in primary care specialties. In Fall 2020, the College of Osteopathic Medicine will reach full enrollment with 600 total students and will have added approximately 100 new jobs, creating an estimated annual economic impact of $120 million to the region. 

In June 2019, KCU announced the development of a College of Dental Medicine on the Farber-McIntire campus to help meet the great demand for dentists and solve the oral health crisis in the Four State region. The KCU College of Dental Medicine is projected to open in the fall of 2022 and will matriculate a class of 80 students each year, creating a further economic impact of $45 million to the region.

A private, not for profit organization serving those experiencing domestic violence, sexual assault or who need treatment for substance use disorders.  We also provide prevention, advocacy and a broad range of services to help families reach self-sufficiency and maintain healthy lives.

Medical services including pregnancy testing, limited OB ultrasounds, sexually transmitted infection testing and treatment, limited prenatal services, adolescent sexual health education, parenting classes.

The Light is a Christian movement working with the community to shine brighter. Yes, we're a church, but a church is the people/body, nothing more.

The Missouri Southern Foundation was established in 1967 as a separated 501(c)(3) organization whose purpose is to foster, cooperate, and assist in the growth, development, and advancement of Missouri Southern State University.

This is accomplished by working with individuals, corporations, and organizations who contribute resources to improve educational opportunities for students at MSSU. These contributions help in areas such as scholarships, facilities and improvements, and departmental support to name a few.

The Foundation is governed by an independent board of directors. This 25-member board meets quarterly to strategize the best motives of the Foundation.

The Foundation is supported by Office of Development staff members who work in close partnership with university administration, deans, faculty and staff to secure contributions from individuals, corporations, and foundations to support identified priorities for the university. 

Our goal is to assist people of all ages who are dealing with mental illness, addiction, trauma and/or abuse to develop the skills essential for living a life with dignity and purpose. Ozark Center provides a comprehensive system of mental healthcare programs from outpatient to hospitalization.

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