Support for a charitable or community cause is in plentiful supply across Northwest and North Central Indiana.
A plan to expand and renovate the Aquinas Catholic Community School in Merrillville received a major boost from the foundation of Dean and Barbara White.
Adam O’Doherty will serve as the first president and CEO of the newly formed United Way of Northwest Indiana.
NIPSCO is accepting applications for its Environmental Action Grant program to support an assortment of environmental initiatives.
Several South Bend and other area organizations received a share of $860,000 in donations from the Pokagon Band of Potawatomi and its Four Winds Casinos.
Marcus Martin founded Grace Beyond Borders to provide hope to the homeless and those struggling with addiction in East Chicago.
When it comes to supporting a charitable or community cause, there is no shortage of people or businesses who step up to help.
When people go above and beyond to make their communities a better place, it’s likely someone will take notice.
The holiday season traditionally is an active time for giving by businesses and individuals.
The Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians and its Four Winds Casinos donated $100,000 to Beacon Children’s Hospital.