Blessings in a Backpack: Provides weekend food to food insecure students in all the Royal Oak Schools during the school year.
City of Royal Oak: Royal Oak represents a diverse mix of individuals, age groups, incomes, and myriad of residential home styles. Combined efforts of a proactive city government and Downtown Development Authority over the past several years have brought about a metamorphosis of the city's central business district.
Common Ground: Is dedicated to helping runaway and homeless youth, victims of crime, and adults and others in critical situations.
Ezra Parker Chapter NSDAR: Promotes patriotism, education, and historical reservation; membership is open to direct descendants of patriots from the American Revolution.
Friends of the Royal Oak Library: Promotes and publicize the services of the library; raise funds for materials and equipment; sponsor and assist with special programs; encourage gifts, memorials, and endowments to the library.
Greater Detroit Chapter of the Barbershop Harmony Society: Promotes universal harmony through a cappella song and service. https://www.romi.gov/DocumentCenter/View/33531/Greater-Detroit-Chapter-of-the-Barbershop-Harmony--Society-2022-23-Directory
Hour Exchange TimeBank: Is a community exchange system which also builds community.
National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI): Raising awareness of mental illness through education, referrals, research, support, and advocacy. https://www.romi.gov/DocumentCenter/View/27852/NAMI-2021-22-Directory & 2022-23
Rotary Club of Royal Oak: Is dedicated to the youth in the community by providing scholarships to high school seniors and is involved with “Blessings in a Backpack” program for students. https://www.romi.gov/DocumentCenter/View/33532/Rotary-Club-of-Royal-Oak--2022-23-Directory
Royal Oak Community Garden: Goal is to establish a community garden in Royal Oak https://www.romi.gov/DocumentCenter/View/30765/Royal-Oak-Community-Garden-2021-22-Directory & 2022-23
Royal Oak Garden Club: Promotes gardening knowledge and enjoyment, and to do gardening service projects in our community. https://www.romi.gov/DocumentCenter/View/33525/Royal-Oak-Garden-Club-2022-23-Directory
Royal Oak Historical Commission: Is responsible for policy & communication between all historical groups, oversees the care and restoration of the Orson Starr House.
Royal Oak Historical Society: Displays historical exhibits & Royal Oak history at the Royal Oak Historical Museum
Royal Oak Musicale: Promotes good music in the community; give financial awards to graduating high school seniors planning a college major in music. https://www.romi.gov/DocumentCenter/View/27866/Royal-Oak-Musicale-2021-22-Directory & 2022-23
Royal Oak Nature Society: Maintains & protects Royal Oak’s 2 nature parks plus is developing an arboretum behind the Senior Center. https://www.romi.gov/DocumentCenter/View/33526/Royal-Oak-Nature-Society--2022-23-Directory
Royal Oak Schools: Purpose is public education service for pre-K to 12th grade students, including adult education. https://www.romi.gov/DocumentCenter/View/33527/Royal-Oak-Schools-2022-23-Directory
Royal Oak Schools Foundation: Provides funding for educational programs to Royal Oak’s public schools. https://www.romi.gov/DocumentCenter/View/28044/Royal-Oak-Schools-Foundation--2021-22-Directory & 2022-23
Royal Oak Symphony Orchestra: Provides a quality cultural experience for Royal Oak and surrounding communities. Concert programs, presented by 60+ volunteer musicians, include classical masterworks as well as contemporary selections, ROSO provides opportunities for music education and appreciation to people of all ages.
Royal Oak Woman’s Club: Is a social and service club dedicated to community improvement by enhancing the lives of others through volunteer service. https://www.romi.gov/DocumentCenter/View/33528/Royal-Oak-Womans-Club-2022-23-Directory
Royal Oak Youth Assistance: Strengthens youth and families by reducing the incidence of delinquency, abuse, and neglect through community involvement.
Salvation Army of Royal Oak: Its mission is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination. It serves Southeast Oakland County. https://www.romi.gov/DocumentCenter/View/27872/Salvation-Army-of-Royal-Oak-2021-22-Directory & 2022-23
South Oakland Citizens for the Homeless: Operates the only day care center for the homeless in this area. https://www.romi.gov/DocumentCenter/View/33529/South-Oakland-Citizens-for-the-Homeless-2022-23-Directory--
South Oakland YMCA: Strengthens the foundations of the foundations of communities in southeast Michigan through programs and services focusing on- Youth Development, Healthy Living, and Social Responsibility. https://www.romi.gov/DocumentCenter/View/30345/South-Oakland-YMCA-2021-22-Directory & 2022-23.
Teen Clean Closet: Helps young people in our area by providing them with products needed for everyday cleanliness. https://www.romi.gov/DocumentCenter/View/33530/Teen-Clean-Closet-2022-23-Directory