Over 30 Years of Service to
the Southern Tier Nonprofit Sector
At IHS, we believe that nonprofit and human service organizations are the foundation upon which a community is held. Nonprofits provide vital programs and services that lift entire populations and operate as a driving force for innovation, economic growth, and job creation. Providing hope and opportunity, nonprofits work with individuals at all levels of society with the goal of creating a better, more prosperous world, for all.
IHS works with nonprofits, for-profit businesses, funders, government entities, and community leaders to create a network of collaboration and communication aimed at improving the quality of life in the Southern Tier. We believe that success is achievable when organizations can break out of their silos and are given the right tools to meet a common goal. Our focus is on the good of the community. We are a dynamic and responsive entity, able to provide the information and resources that are most needed in the community, both for organizations and individuals.
IHS operates programs and services such as the 2-1-1 HELPLINE, Steuben Rural Health Network, Coordinated Transportation Services, Mobility Management, Resource Development, Member Services, and Lead Agency Services. We specialize in capacity building and information & referral.
At the Chemung County Historical Society, the Embroidery Guild of America (EGA) contributes to a new exhibit on the textile manipulation technique, the popular summer walking tours continue and the gift shop has a new featured item.
Regional partners are teaming up to put on a series of events dealing with Youth Mental Health First Aid. These sessions provide training on the outreach needed to offer comfort to youth facing common mental health issues including anxiety, depression, eating disorders and more.
Is your organization in need of Student Volunteers? The Elmira College Community Engagement Fair is set for Thursday, September 16, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. This is an in-person event and attendees are asked to RSVP and complete a brief questionnaire.
Tanglewood Nature Center and Museum is hiring in several part-time roles to support their mission. Additionally, they have a bevy of engaging events coming up to raise funds, raise awareness and raise spirits as summer begins to draw to a close.
The Center for Disabilities Rights, Inc. places a sense of urgency regarding the new COVID-19 delta variant and its potential impacts on institutionalized populations despite continued vaccination efforts and mandates.
The 7th annual Southern Tier Women’s Financial Conference scheduled for October 23, 2021 will feature keynote speaker Syble Solomon in person. The event will be offered both in person and online from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at The Center on Park Avenue in Corning.