30 Non-Profit Organizations in the Glens Falls/Queensbury NY Area

30 Non-Profit Organizations in the Glens Falls/Queensbury NY Area

Supporting local non-profit organizations is a powerful way to make a positive impact on your community. These organizations play a crucial role in addressing various social, environmental, and humanitarian issues. Whether you’re an individual or a business, there are several ways you can support your local non-profit organizations.

This is a partial list and is in no way complete.

Here are 30 non-profit organizations in the Glens Falls, NY, and Queensbury, NY area (with links to their websites):


Adirondack Regional Chamber of Commer (ARCC)

Adirondack Civic Center Coalition

Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Southern Adirondacks

Chapman Historical Museum

Charles R. Wood Theater

Community, Work & Independence, Inc. (CWI)

Crandall Public Library

Double H Ranch

The Family Service Association of Glens Falls

Feeder Canal Alliance

Glens Falls Community Theater

Glens Falls Hospital Foundation

Glens Falls Symphony Orchestra

Habitat for Humanity of Northern Saratoga, Warren, and Washington Counties

Historical Society of Moreau and South Glens Falls

John Thurman Historical Society

Kiwanis Club of Glens Falls

Open Door Mission

Queensbury Senior Citizens, Inc.

Southern Adirondack Independent Living (SAIL)

Salvation Army Glens Falls

SPCA of Upstate New York

The Adirondack Folk School

The Hyde Collection

The Open Door Mission

The Southern Adirondack Audubon Society

The Tri-County United Way

The World Awareness Children’s Museum

WAIT House

Warren-Washington Association for Mental Health

Wiawaka Holiday House


Please note that website URLs are subject to change, so it’s a good idea to double-check the organization’s website for the most up-to-date information.

Find non-profit organizations in your area using the following methods:

Online search: Conduct a search using search engines like Google or Bing. Use keywords such as “non-profit organizations in [your area]” or “[your area] non-profit directory.” This can help you find local directories, websites, or resources that list non-profit organizations operating in your area.

Local government resources: Check the website or contact the local government offices, such as the city hall, county government, or community development departments. They may have directories or resources that provide information on non-profit organizations in your area.

Chamber of Commerce: Reach out to your local Chamber of Commerce. They often have a directory of businesses, including non-profit organizations, in the area. They may also have information on community organizations and initiatives.

Volunteer centers: Contact volunteer centers or volunteer matching platforms in your area. They specialize in connecting volunteers with non-profit organizations. They can provide you with a list of local non-profits and the types of volunteer opportunities they offer.

Community centers and libraries: Visit or contact community centers, local libraries, or community organizations in your area. They may have information on non-profit organizations and community services available.

Social media and online community forums: Join local community groups or forums on platforms like Facebook, Nextdoor, or Reddit. Engage with the community members and ask for recommendations or suggestions on local non-profit organizations.

Local newspapers and publications: Check local newspapers, magazines, or newsletters. They may feature articles, stories, or advertisements about non-profit organizations and community initiatives.

Word of mouth: Talk to friends, neighbors, colleagues, or acquaintances who may be familiar with non-profit organizations in your area. They can provide recommendations or share their experiences with local non-profits.

Remember, non-profit organizations may vary in size, focus, and scope of work, so explore different sources to get a comprehensive understanding of the non-profit landscape in your area. Additionally, consider reaching out directly to the organizations you are interested in to inquire about their mission, programs, and volunteer or support opportunities.

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Tyler Whitney

Tyler Whitney

Executive Director | Southern Adirondack Independent Living (SAIL)

Tyler is the Executive Director at Southern Adirondack Independent Living (SAIL) - SAIL is an Independent Living Center, a small business, a local community member and a non-profit. SAIL helps people live more independently.