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HOW WILL YOUR ORGANIZATION CHANGE?

We help our partners increase their capacity to achieve their mission by matching them with diverse, talented individuals from the community. Here is how we’ve helped some of our partners.

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of partners reported their organization was better positioned to carry out its mission as a result of the capacity building efforts of their Ally or Allies
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of partners reported their Ally/Allies brought life experience(s) relevant to the issues or community they served resulting in improved or expanded services

Type of Capacity Increase Experienced by Our Partners

Increase the number of people served 47%
Improve the level and/or quality of services provided 88%
Start a new program/project 53%
Increase the number of volunteers 41%

Want to Learn More?

To learn more about hosting an Ally, download this brochure or click here. If you are ready to apply, complete our online application at partner.publicallies.org, after which you’ll be contacted by one of our local staff.

Of course, the best way to learn more is to call one of our Partner Recruitment specialists listed below. We look forward to hearing from you!

Eleazar Malabanan

Work Phone

(408) 712-3187

OTHER PARTNERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

Do you want to partner with us, but you aren’t ready to host an Ally? No worries! We have a number of other partnership opportunities available, including:

  • Host Public Allies for workshop space on a Friday.
  • Facilitate a professional development workshop for Allies.
  • Support one of our Team Service Projects.
  • Participate in a Service Day with Public Allies.
  • Be a sponsor for our Meet the Allies event.

If you are interested in any of these partnership opportunities,

East Palo Alto Today (EPA Today) partnered with Public Allies San Francisco / Silicon Valley in 2019 to support a Team Service Project (TSP). The TSP team, comprised of 6 Allies, were tasked with creating articles that raising up the voices of East Palo Alto residents’ concerns on issues like gentrification, displacement, homelessness, and food stability are not well known outside of EPA. To achieve this, they wrote 11 articles in EPA Today, created the 1st annual EPA Today Media Day, and formed connections between 27 nonprofits based in East Palo Alto.

THANK YOU!

Thank you to all of our current and former partners!

Partner Organization Name Website
Alliance for Heath
Autism Society of Indiana
Bell Flower Clinichttp://bellflowerclinic.org/
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Indiana
Big Car
Bike Indianapolis AKA IndyCogindycog.org/bikeindianapolis.org
Broadway United Methodist Church
Camptown, Inc
Cancer Support Community Central Indianahttp://cancersupportindy.org/
Center for Leadership Development
Children's Bureau
Christel House DORS
Circle City Preparatory Charter School (dba Circle City Prep)
College Mentors for Kids
Community Alliance of the Far Eastside, Inc. (CAFE)
Community Development Law Center
Concord Neighborhood Center
Crooked Creek Community Development Corporation
DayStar Childcare, Englewood Christian Church
DirectEmployers Institutehttp://directemployersfoundation.org/
Domestic Violence Network
DREAM Alive, Inc
Early Learning Indiana
Easter Seals Crossroads
Edna Martin Christian Center
Emberwood Center
Emma Donnan Middle School
EmployIndy
Englewood Community Development Corporation
FACE Low-Cost Animal Clinicwww.faceanimalclinic.org
Family Matters, Indianapolis
Family Service of Central Indiana, Inc
Fay Biccard Glick Neighborhood Center
Felege Hiywot Center Inc
Flanner House of Indianapolis
Forest Manor Multi Service Center
Freewheelin' Community Bikeshttps://www.freewheelinbikes.org/
Girl Scouts of Central Indiana
Girls Incorporated of Indianapolis
Groundwork Indy
Habitat for Humanity of Greater Indianapolis
Hawthorne Community Center
HCET
Health & Science Innovationshttp://scienceinnovations.org/
Hoosier Environmental Council
Improving Kids' Environment
Indiana Afterschool Network
Indiana Association for Community and Economic Development
Indiana Historical Society
Indiana Housing & Community Development Authority
Indiana Statewide Independent Living Councilhttps://www.insilc.org/
Indiana Youth Grouphttps://www.indianayouthgroup.org/
Indianapolis Art Center
Indianapolis Classical Schools
Indianapolis Cultural Trail
Indianapolis Marion County Public Library
Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art
Indianapolis Neighborhood Resource Center
Indianapolis Private Industry Council
Indianapolis Public Schoolshttps://www.myips.org/
Indinapolis Housing Agency- 16 Park
Indy Reads
IndyFringewww.indyfringe.org
IUPUI Office of Family, School and Neighborhood Engagement
John H. Boner Community Center
Kappa Delta Pi
Keep Indianapolis Beautiful
Kheprw Institute
King Park Area Development Corporation
Latino/a Youth Collective
Little Red Door Cancer Agency
Local Initiatives Support Corporation
LYN House
Making Connections Indianapolis
Mapleton-Fall Creek Development Corporation
Martin Luther King Center
Martindale Brightwood Community Development Corporation
Mary Rigg Neighborhood Center
MCCOY
Mid-North Food Pantry
Near East Area Renewal
Neighborhood Christian Legal Clinic
Nickel Plate Arts
Outside The Box
Partners in Housing
Peace Learning Center
Purdue Polytechnic High Schoolhttps://pphs.purdue.edu/about
Reach For Youthhttps://www.reachforyouth.org/
Second Helpings
Second Story
Southeast Community Services
St. Vincent Health Community Development
Step-Up Inc.
Tangramhttps://www.thetangramway.org/
The Children's Museum of Indianapolis
The Church Federation of Greater Indianapolis
The Damien Centerhttp://www.damien.org/
The daVinci Pursuit/ ROW
The Health Foundation of Greater Indianapolis
The House of Cheikh Bethio Diamo Serigne Saliou