Friendship programs build one-to-one friendships for people with and without intellectual and developmental disorders (IDD), helping people to form meaningful connections, gain self-confidence and self-esteem, and improve inclusion for all.
To support the National Cancer Survivors Day annual event that brings cancer survivors & supporters together to celebrate as one, and additional Cancer Resource Center programs to support those in need on a daily basis.
To support the TWN provides direct immigrant and asylum seeking legal services to NWI through the assistance of non-attorney DOJ OLAP representatives and provides community services through its Asylum-Seeking Hosting Program and Refugee Resettlement Services.
To support the 2023-2024 High School Competitive Robotics Season - Students at CPHS compete in tournaments across the state in two leagues, FIRST and VEX.
To support U.S. Military Veterans with PTSD and/or Traumatic Brain Injuries in training their dogs for better companions, emotional support, therapy dogs, and/or service dogs with “no cost” training.
To help replace old, worn out HVAC equipment.
To provide scholarship assistance to girls in South Lake County so they can be a part of their Girls on the Run team to be joyful, healthy and confident through social-emotional learning and physical activity.
Create resource bags containing information pertaining to child grief and information about our group services, for distribution to community groups for use in supporting local families who are grieving.
To provide 15 new helmets to the Hanover Junior Wildcat Football team.
To support the New Directions program assisting families who have faced hardship through domestic violence, a house fire, or homelessness transition into a new home.
Continue to provide much needed food items to our food insecure neighbors in Northwest Indiana.
To provide innovative, community-centered, and collaborative solutions to challenges for 1,000 people and 400 homeless, abandoned, and at-risk pets in South Lake County as we face a crisis in care.
JA BizTown combines in-class learning with a day-long visit to a simulated town, allowing students to operate banks, manage restaurants, write checks & connect what they learn in school with the real world.
Free event to connect local families with resources from PBS KIDS as well as other local community partners that make learning fun and exciting. Attendees will also have the chance to meet a popular PBS KIDS character.
To support advanced ground survival self defense training to police officers in South Lake County.
Help support the granting of a wish for a critically ill child in Crown Point, Indiana.
To support the I’m Thumbody Special program presented to 3rd grade students in classrooms in NWI, encouraging children to see differences as valuable while promoting respect for self and others to reduce bullying.
To provide weekly therapy meetings for the pregnant women and new mothers who are living at Mommy’s Haven’s Maternity Home.
Northwest Indiana Symphony 82nd Season Support.
To support the Red Cedars Caring Closet providing necessities for students in need.
Supporting the annual Shoes for Kids program to help local low income families receive new shoes for their elementary age children.
To replace its existing and outdated security system with a new one to ensure the safety and security of clients and staff.
To support the TradeWinds Community Pantry.
Connecting with Hanover Central Teens for Success.