Ryan Cole

Ryan Cole

Director of Student Philanthropy Programs at Valparaiso University

Joined May 2021 · Valparaiso, Indiana

Nonprofits Supported

Save the Dunes

Save the Dunes
Michigan City, IN

Save the Dunes Conservation Fund is an exempt organization as described in Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code; EIN 35-1915468. Your membership and donations are tax deductible to the fullest extent permitted by law.

Alice’s Halfway House for Women

Alice’s Halfway House for Women
Valparaiso, IN

Alice’s is a halfway house for women dedicated to the rehabilitation of women suffering from chemical dependency and related disorders.

Our Greater Good Inc.

Our Greater Good Inc.
Valparaiso, IN

Our mission is to strengthen families and help every child in Porter County live a fulfilling adult life. From early childhood guides to mentoring at various ages to parenting classes, we want families and children to thrive!

Our Greater Good Inc.

Our Greater Good Inc.
Valparaiso, IN

Our mission is to strengthen families and help every child in Porter County live a fulfilling adult life. From early childhood guides to mentoring at various ages to parenting classes, we want families and children to thrive!

ASW Foundation

ASW Foundation
Merrillville, IN

#IAMTHEM means "I am my youth"— ​​letting them know that NO Matter what you may go through, or where you may come from you have potential.

ASW Foundation

ASW Foundation
Merrillville, IN

#IAMTHEM means "I am my youth"— ​​letting them know that NO Matter what you may go through, or where you may come from you have potential.

Project Neighbors Freedom Recovery Fund

Project Neighbors Freedom Recovery Fund
Valparaiso, IN

To strengthen the Valparaiso community by addressing issues of race, class and poverty, we strive to create healthy families and neighborhoods, where diversity of all kinds is welcomed and cherished, has allowed Project Neighbors to engage in a wide rage of actions: housing, healthcare, daycare, public discourse, education, economic development and human relations. Led by Project Neighbor’s Black Board members and staff, the Freedom Recovery Fund (FRF) is a sustainable and comprehensive resource for the Black community in Valparaiso. The FRF supports projects and activities that address the policies and practices that lead to systemic issues and racial inequity.