Altrusa International of Fort Payne/DeKalb County
Meets once a month. Contact Pat Pack 256-845-9780 or 256-845-2970
American Red Cross
107 Grand Ave, Fort Payne 256-845-0202
Big Wills Arts Council
City Hall, 100 Alabama Ave. N.W 256-845-2224
Daughters of the American Revolution, Hannah White Arnett Chapter
Meets the 2nd Thursday from September to May at 5:00pm at the Iron & Coal Building in Fort Payne. Membership is open to all women over the age of 18 years of age that can document their descent from a Patriot in the Revolutionary War. For further information contact Judy O’Daniel at 256-845-2261 or Raylene Izak at 256-844-2218.
DeKalb County Amateur Radio Club
Meets 7 p.m. every 4th Tuesday of the month at the DeKalb County Activities Building in Fort Payne.
DeKalb County ARC
201 Grand Ave. Fort Payne 256-845-0165
DeKalb County Association of Realtors
The members of the DeKalb County Association of Realtors are all also members of the National Association of Realtors and follow the National Guidelines and Code of Ethics. Whether you currently live in Alabama, or are considering a visit or possible move to our state, it is our pleasure to acquaint you with the many services provided by NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS©. Meets 11:00 a.m. every 3rd Wednesday of the month at The Western Sizzlin. 256-638-8003
DeKalb County Children’s Advocacy Center
A non-profit organization that is committed to reducing the trauma of child sexual abuse. P.O. Box 680173, Fort Payne, AL 35968. 256-997-9700 Email
DeKalb County Democratic Executive Committee
DeKalb Homemakers and Community Leaders
DeKalb Homemakers is a 7 club organization made up of diiferent groups from the county. They do an educational programs every month at their meetings and have supported many county charities. They have been in existence since 1923. They would love for any one to attend one of their 7 club meetings; Crossvile, Geraldine, Ider, Joyful Hearts, Lookout Mountain, Portersville and Tenbroeck. 256-524-3053
Fort Payne High School Career Tech
FFA Organization is dedicated to making a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education. 256-845-7787
Fort Payne Kiwanis Club
A thriving organization of men, women and youth dedicated to serving children of the world and improving the quality of life worldwide. P.O. Box 680303, Fort Payne, AL 35968
Fort Payne Lions Club
We Serve! Meets every 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month at Western Sizzlin in Fort Payne. P.O. Box 680032, Fort Payne, AL 35968.
Fort Payne Moose Lodge
We Help! 907 Airport Road W, Fort Payne, AL 35967.
Humane Society/Animal Resources of DeKalb
A non-profit organization that was established to help fight against animal abuse. They manage multiple programs such as, SNAP (Spay/Neuter Assistance Program), PAWS (Pets Are Worth Spaying), HAPPY (Housing Animals Protecting Pets “Y”- because it’s humane) and other Education and Adoption Programs. P.O. Box 680635, Fort Payne, AL 35968. 256-845-9463 Email
Mentone Area Preservation Association
The Mentone Area Preservation Association, Inc. (MAPA) was organized to preserve and protect the heritage, natural environment, and other unique qualities of life in the Mentone, Alabama area.
P.O. Box 50, Mentone, AL 35984. Email.
Sand Mountain Concerned Citizens
Dedicated to the preservation of Sand Mountain.
Women’s Care Center
Women’s Care Center offers hope for young women dealing with life choices regarding past, present, and future pregnancies. Women’s Care Center is a ministry of Sav-A-Life of DeKalb County, Inc. The purpose of Sav-A-Life is to see the truth of God’s Word birthed in the hearts of men and women and to make abortion unnecessary and undesirable in our region. Our free services include: pregnancy tests, clothes closet, prenatal & parenting classes, post-abortion support.
411 Grand Ave, Fort Payne
Woodmen of the World
1713 Gault Ave. Fort Payne