These Saratoga Springs Non-profit agencies provide everything from support services to culture to entertainment. You may also want to visit our Spotlight On Nonprofit section where we feature a new local non-profit every month!
Facilities and programs to meet the needs of the aging and chronically ill. Superior long-term care, assistive living and independent senior housing, innovative services such as adult day services and outpatient rehabilitative services
Community Development programs are administered by Michelle DeGarmo through Marvin & Company. Marvin & Co. specializes in the design and implementation of housing & community development grant programs for municipalities and non-profit organizations.
Saratoga Bridges is committed to advocacy for individuals with disabilities by providing resources that enable them to live enriching lives in communities where they are valued for their abilities and contributions.
VetHELP serves the needs of homeless military veterans by empowering them to embrace and maintain independent living and self-sufficiency. Programs include employment training, housing assistance, access to health care, and other life skills.
Experience historic Schuylerville - home to the Battle of Saratoga! Today's Schuylerville is a busy center offering recreation on the beautiful upper Hudson River, as well as restaurants, artist galleries, and more!
Franklin Community Center is a private, not-for-profit human services agency dedicated to serving those in need in Saratoga County and beyond. Our goal is to send people out our doors with whatever it was they came in looking for.
Hudson Crossing Park is a recreational and educational destination just east of Saratoga. Its mission is to link environmental responsibility with economic revitalization and engage people about making informed choices for a sustainable future.
The Y is a cause-driven organization that is for youth development, for healthy living and for social responsibility. That's because a strong community can only be achieved when we invest in our kids, our health and our neighbors.
This award winning museum presents changing exhibitions, public programs, and serve hundreds of researchers annually on three floors of a historic 1870s gambling casino, designated a National Historic Landmark.
The Saratoga Springs Public Library is located on almost 2 acres in downtown Saratoga Springs, just east of Broadway, between Henry and Putnam Streets. The library plays a vital role in the community and offers multiple services and programs.
Family & professional education programs, support groups, care consultation for people with memory loss / dementia and their caregivers (spouses, children, friends), and raising funds to support these programs & research into treatment and a cure.
Cornell University is one of the world's premier research institutions and the Land Grant institute for the State of New York. As part of the Land Grant mission, Cornell researchers have traditionally turned their attention to pressing contemporary issues faced by society
The New York State Military Museum and Veteran's Research Center houses the state's collection of more than 10,000 military artifacts, some dating back before the Revolutionary War. Open 10 am to 4 pm, Tuesday through Saturday. Admission is free.
Our Mission:The Epilepsy Foundation leads the fight to stop seizures, find a cure and overcome challenges created by epilepsy. Our programs include information & referral, school education, support groups, counseling and service coordination.
Saratoga's Job Fair; The Career Building EXPO is presented by The Capital Job Development Group each April and Oct at The Saratoga Springs City Center since 2007 (see also: Schenectady's Job Fair each March & Sept at Proctors)
Only museum in the nation dedicated entirely to dance. Located in the former Washington Bath House in Spa State Park, the museum houses a growing collection of photographs, videos, artifacts, costumes, biographies & archives for the general public.
Easter Seals New York is a leading disability services organization dedicated to ensuring all individuals with disabilities and their families have equal opportunity to live, learn, work, and play in ther communities.
What began as a Vaudeville theatre in the early 20th century is now the Capital Region's destination for major Broadway shows, cutting-edge film festivals, exciting special events, and everything in between.
To Love a Child, Inc. is a local nonprofit 501 (c) 3 organization dedicated to enriching the lives of impoverished children in Africa and Haiti through educational, medical, agricultural and nutritional programs.
The mission of The Saratoga Shakespeare Company is to enrich the cultural life for the residents and visitors of New York's Capital Region through the presentation of free, accessible, professional Shakespeare productions in Historic Congress Park