Your Contributions Make a Difference: The Center for Whitley County Youth

Where in Whitley County can youth find after-school, weekend, and summer programming that positively impacts them as the next generation of leaders, families, citizens, and workers? The answer is right downtown! Since 2004, The Center for Whitley County Youth has been providing young people with a place to go for after school programming as well

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Your Contributions Make a Difference: BABE

Since 2001, BABE has provided quality incentives to parents who participate in preventative and prenatal care to promote healthy pregnancy, birth outcome, and early childhood development. They are the bridge between families and organizations/services in Whitley County. BABE has recently unveiled a new look. During last year’s Day of Caring their store got a makeover

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Your Contributions Make a Difference: Northeastern Indiana CASA

CASA serves. They serve children involved in the court system due to abuse or neglect. They serve children who, due to highly volatile custody or visitation cases, are deemed at risk. And they serve judges by being their eyes and ears outside of the courtroom. Right here in Whitley County CASA served 86 children in

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It’s Almost Here!! Power of the Purse 2018

Ladies ~ Power of the Purse 2018 is two days away and I am not sure who is more excited, our creative, hardworking Power of the Purse team or our guests who have been waiting patiently for the event to arrive ! Let’s just say we are ALLready for Thursday, May 10th ! Here is some information

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2018 Power of the Purse Event

Registration is now open for United Way’s second annual Power of the Purse event scheduled to be held Thursday, May 10, 2018 @ Union 12 Event Center in Whitley County. For more information, please contact United Way of Whitley County @ 260.244.6454 or via email: unitedwayofwhitleycounty@gmail.com If you would like to register to attend the

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United Way of Whitley County Wants to Hear From YOU !! Please Take This Short Online Survey

United Way of Whitley County wants to hear from you !  Please take five minutes to give your feedback ! TAKE SURVEY NOW!  United Way of Whitley County prioritizes staying in touch, staying informed, and staying educated about its community. To support continued understanding of the community’s needs, United Way is partnering with Macknick Philanthropy Advisors to increase

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United Way of Whitley County: Executive Director Search

Do you enjoy people? Have a creative Spirit and a passion to help others? Then this is the job for you! The United Way of Whitley County is seeking a full-time Executive Director.  Responsibilities include fundraising, administration, financial management, program development, volunteer management, and public/community/board relations.  Job requirements include 3 – 5 years non-profit management

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Donor Impact: Jessica

“Earning BABE coupons to use at the BABE store really helped me during my pregnancy with some of the essentials like diapers and clothes, and I was able to save up for a stroller! This was a HUGE help for my husband and me. Not only has BABE helped us with the financial aspect of

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Trends in Philanthropy by Brian Gallagher, President & CEO, United Way Worldwide

For years, across our network, we have discussed the changes taking place in philanthropy.  We’ve talked about access to workplaces, economic conditions and competition from other non-profits. Each United Way has its own story, successes and challenges, but in recent years there have been some unmistakable, industry-wide trends in the United States.  The Chronicle of Philanthropy recently

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Northeastern REMC Receives United Way’s 2017 ACTS of SERVICE Award

     On Tuesday, September 26, volunteers from Northeastern REMC rolled up their sleeves to once again participate in United Way of Whitley County’s annual Day of Caring event.  Team REMC’s project site was at the Passages Creative Learning Center, a local nonprofit organization that supports residents in Whitley County who have intellectual disabilities. While at

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