In recent weeks donations by volunteers and other support have been plentiful during the pandemic.
Manufacturers across Indiana have answered the call to produce personal protective equipment for those on the frontlines in the COVID-19 pandemic.
Porter County recently was awarded $161,046 through the federal Emergency Food and Shelter Program to support local food pantries and homeless shelter services, according to the United Way of Porter County.
Service organizations assisting the community during the COVID-19 pandemic have been overwhelmed in recent weeks by people seeking help for an array of needs from food to help paying bills but residents and businesses have stepped up to provide aid.
Determining how to get back to business under a new normal as the Region and world begin resuming life activities in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic will be no easy task, but resources are emerging to provide guidance.
In recent weeks assorted donations of supplies and dollars have been made by residents and businesses to organizations caring for those affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
In the weeks since the first coronavirus cases were reported in Indiana, donations have poured in and manufacturers have boosted production of personal protective gear for those on the frontlines fighting the pandemic.
As the number of reported coronavirus cases continues rising, waves of resources have poured in from people and businesses eager to help frontline workers aiding those affected by the pandemic.
There has been no shortage of support for health care workers and service organizations assisting those affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
A total of 15 organizations working on assorted projects across Northern Indiana to benefit the environment were awarded grants from Northern Indiana Public Service Co.