Residents and businesses throughout the Region and North Central Indiana have donated a range of items to support the missions of various groups.
NIPSCO is accepting grant applications to support nonprofit organizations who provide public safety education and training across northern Indiana.
Meals on Wheels of Northwest Indiana has faced increased demand to deliver meals to residents sheltered in place around the Region since March because of the 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.
The fluid situation surrounding the COVID-19 crisis has businesses providing help to those aiding those in need and rethinking how to deliver products and services to customers.
With the coronavirus crisis in constant flux, individuals and businesses are doing what they can to provide relief and do what they can to assist.
Members of the University of Notre Dame’s Office of Information Technology recently volunteered at a mobile food pantry at Evangel Heights United Methodist Church in South Bend.
A year-long fundraising initiative by Merrillville-based Centier Bank has led to a $30,000 community donation to the American Cancer Society.
NIPSCO and its employees donated $82,000 to benefit various nonprofit organizations to help support their individual missions.