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.
With the world slowly getting back to business, residents and leaders continue efforts to provide support and resources for those on the front lines of the pandemic and to aid people learning to live in an environment of new restrictions.
As businesses and other organizations return to either normal or limited operations as public restrictions fueled by the pandemic ease, support continues pouring in to assist groups on the front lines as well as those affected by the crisis.
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.
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.
The coronavirus outbreak has placed heightened demand on service organizations assisting people affected by the crisis.
The COVID-19 pandemic has altered daily life and is fueling the need for organizations to remain flexible as well as adapt to the everchanging situation.
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.
Service League of Northwest Indiana considers expansion of fundraising for groups who help others • The league today supports numerous Region organizations
Meals on Wheels of Northwest Indiana’s annual Light the Night for Senior Hunger campaign, in partnership with NIPSCO, kicks off Nov. 29 with a luminary and holiday lights lighting ceremony from 5 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. The event will be at Meals on Wheels of Northwest Indiana, 8446 Virginia St., Merrillville. Light the Night for […]