Friends of Newburgh, Inc.

Let’s  help our neighbors!

For more than 4 years, Friends of Newburgh has devoted its energy to passionately advocating for the charities of our Newburgh area. Find out how you can contribute to the future of charities in need through donation of your time, knowledge and talent.

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Our Mission

Friends of Newburgh, Inc. is an advocate for the Newburgh community.  As of December 2013, we have donated over $22,000 to various non-profit organizations and projects in our community and surrounding area.

Friends of Newburgh, Inc.strives to assist and enhance the growth and development of the community of Newburgh, Indiana so as to continue to improve the quality of life for the residents of the town and surrounding environs.

Friends of Newburgh, Inc. hosts several community projects that require the helping hands of many volunteers.  If you would like to help with one of our projects, contact any of our Board members.


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  • Boy Scout Troop 305
  • Historic Newburgh, Inc.
  • Myrtle Ridge Cemetery
  • Newburgh Food Pantry


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Where light and color play all day

  • Newburgh Museum
  • Newburgh Park Board
  • Newburgh Police Department
  • Newburgh Senior Citizen's Center

For more than 50 years, Bamberger, Foreman, Oswald & Hahn, LLP has served clients throughout southern Indiana.  Their strong regional presence is an outgrowth of the original firm started by Fred Bamberger, William Foreman, Charles E. Oswald, Jr. and Robert Hahn in 1959.  Their locations today include Evansville, Indianapolis, Posey County and Princeton, Indiana.  BFOH has served as the legal counsel for the Town of Newburgh for over thirty years.

St. Mary's Health has been providing the Evansville community and the Tri-State area high-quality healthcare services since the Daughters of Charity first arrived in Evansville in 1872.  Since that time, St. Mary's Health has grown to encompass St. Mary's Medical Center in Evansville, St. Mary's Warrick Hospital in Boonville, St. Mary's Medical Group and a myriad of other inpatient and outpatient healthcare facilities and services.  With over 3,500 Associates and a Medical Staff of more than 750 physicians, St. Mary's is one of the largest employers and largest faith-based health ministries in Southern Indiana.


  • Old Dam Community Band
  • River City Clowns
  • TOUCH, Inc.
  • Town of Newburgh - Civil Town