The COVID-19 pandemic has put additional strain on resources and services that aid those in need in the community.
There has been no shortage of support from individuals and businesses for the organizations providing aid to the community during the COVID-19 pandemic.
In recent weeks donations by volunteers and other support have been plentiful during the pandemic.
The Dunes Summer Theatre in Michigan City has cancelled its 2020 summer season because of circumstances created by 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.
There has been no shortage of support for health care workers and service organizations assisting those affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The everchanging situation surrounding the COVID-19 crisis is bringing out the best in the community and businesses who want to do what they can to help.
The Salvation Army of Lake County, Porter and Jasper Counties, in partnership with Strack & Van Til Food Markets, is conducting a “Check-Out Challenge” campaign to raise emergency dollars for the Salvation Army’s services.
A year-long fundraising initiative by Merrillville-based Centier Bank has led to a $30,000 community donation to the American Cancer Society.