There are Numerous Downtown Washington Members representing various organizations; For and non-Profit alike. All bring awareness, inclusion and continued support to area individuals and families.
All Abilities Alliance
Our mission is to provide first class athletics for individuals with special needs, ranging in age from pre-K through high school.
PO Box 302 | 636 399 3574
Grace’s Place Crisis Nursery
Grace's Place Crisis Nursery is a temporary emergency shelter for children 0-12 in east-central Missouri - keeping kids safe & supporting families in need.
302 Lafayette Street | 636 432 1313
Hope Masonic Lodge #251
Masonry provides a setting and context in which men can seek spiritual development, personal growth, self-control, and self-discovery. Rituals teach basic lessons of human duty and responsibility, duty to one's faith, country, community, family and oneself.
109 Lafayette Street | 636 432 3965
Rotary Club of Washington
The Rotary Club of Washington Missouri consists of over 130 members dedicated to Service Above Self in our community and worldwide.
PO Box 85 | 636 239 1052
St. Francis Borgia Church
St. Francis Borgia Parish strives to live according to the gospel through worship, education and service; and to create a parish environment where all may feel welcome, affirmed and part of this Christian family.
115 cedar Street | 636 239 6701
St. Peter’s United Church of Christ
The purpose of this congregation shall be: to develop the Kingdom of God by all available means, working to advance the misison of Jesus Christ.
20 E 5th Street | 636 239 6176
Washington Area Chamber of Commerce
With over 500 members, and an annual operating budget of nearly $2 million, the Washington Area Chamber of Commerce is the second-largest Chamber in the St. Louis region.
323 W Main Street | 636 239 2715
Washington Historical Society
The Washington Historical Society was founded in 1959, focusing on preserving Washington Missouri's history. The museum is housed in the former Presbyterian Church building.
113 E 4th Street | 636 239 0280
Jaycees gives young people between the ages of 18 and 41 the tools they need to build the bridges of success for themselves in the areas of business development, management skills, individual training, community service, and international connections.
PO Box 6 | 636 239 0990
Washington Lions Club
The primary objective of the Washington Lions Club is sight and service projects; we still manage to have fun, even while working on these projects.
207 Jefferson Street | 636 432 2797