The IGHS promotes education in German and German-American studies and seeks to help others develop an appreciation of German contributions to Indiana. The IGHS believes that understanding the past illuminates the present. IUPUI Max Kade German-American Center is shared by the Indiana German Heritage Society and the Athenaeum Turners.
IDADA, the Indianapolis Downtown Artists and Dealers Association, is a non-profit membership based organization of studio artists, art galleries and arts-related businesses within the 20 block square of the center of Indianapolis.
IPAC is continually working to ensure that the Indiana Performing Arts Theatre remains one of the great community theatres in Indianapolis, through the passionate delivery of high-quality live performance, innovative and comprehensive education, enriching lives and the community of Indianapolis for generations to come.
Indy Metro Church is a church committed to making disciples of Jesus Christ who redefine the normals of the Christian lifestyle in our culture.
KLF Legal advises businesses, non-profits and individuals on a range of legal questions related to technology, new media and the arts.
IUPUI Max Kade German-American Center is shared by the Indiana German Heritage Society and the Athenaeum Turners.The mission of the Max Kade German-American Center is to support German-American Studies through research, teaching, and service. German-American Studies is generally defined as the study of the German diaspora in the United States and its effect on American culture, language and society. The study of German-American relations in general also falls under the Center’s purview.
Pet Pals TV is a local television program and online community that celebrates pet owners and promotes pet adoptions.
Young Actors Theatre (YAT)
Young Actors Theatre is Indy’s oldest independent youth theatre. YAT was founded in 1976 as part of the Athenaeum Turners School of Performing Arts. The mission of YAT is to instill confidence, creativity and discipline in the youth who participate in its Fall, Spring and Summer programs.
From London, England in 1844 to Indianapolis, Indiana in 1854, the YMCA maintains a rich tradition of building strong kids, strong families, and strong communities. To put Christian principles into practice through programs that enhance personal growth and improve health of spirit, mind, and body for all.