The Huntsville National Contract Management Association (NCMA) is a nonprofit organization providing professional resources for those in the field of contract management. For over a half of a century, the Huntsville NCMA has provided various training, seminars, and programs to the procurement and contract professionals of Huntsville. This has allowed members to enhance their knowledge in the procurement and contracting profession and provide a high standard of job performance. The Huntsville NCMA is dedicated to serving the procurement and contracting professionals through professional growth, leadership, and educational advancement.
Women's Business Center of North Alabama
The mission of the WBCNA is to help women and men start and grow a business and generate economic growth for the region. This is accomplished by serving as the premier source for information and access to resources; facilitating their self-discovery and personal development; and providing a mentoring process to support, nurture and advocate the development of their business.
AUSA Redstone-Huntsville Chapter
AUSA is a private, nonprofit, educational association of individual, business and organization members dedicated to supporting and maintaining a strong national defense with emphasis on the role of the United States Army. AUSA supports the needs and interests of all components of the Total Army - Active Duty, Army Reserve, National Guard, Department of the Army civilians, retirees, and family members.
Huntsville Botanical Gardens
The Huntsville Botanical Garden is open year-round and boasts a picture perfect aquatic garden, a spectacular wildflower and nature trail and numerous specialty gardens and plant collections. The Children's Garden and Nature Center contain the nation's largest seasonal butterfly house and eight specialized gardens aimed toward children.The Garden prides itself of maintaining a strong relationship with the community and offering events year round that appeal to everyone.
Manna House is a 501(c)3 Public Charity that provides food assistance to those in need. Manna House is supported by contributions from individuals, churches, civic groups, and businesses. While some food is donated and locally grown, most is purchased for distribution programs.