United Way of Whitley County is grateful for the loyal community partnerships it shares with a variety of local nonprofit organizations, businesses and corporations. In an effort to give back to those who help us accomplish our mission of changing lives in Whitley County, United Way of Whitley County would like to help you recognize
We want to hear from you to ensure United Way of Whitley County is focusing on the issues that are most important to you and to our community. Over the next few months we will be sending out a variety of surveys to gather information from our donors and our community; please lend your voice
Just as TROY Center graduates were celebrating their success, Gradway students at Whitko High School were celebrating their graduations, as well ! High school is the time when students begin to see the light at the end of the tunnel and have a chance to look ahead to what their futures may hold. Some students,
This year, at the end of May, as schools were holding their graduation ceremonies, there was also a graduation ceremony taking place at a small, alternative school in Whitley County known as TROY Center. TROY Center held graduation ceremonies for four students (pictured above) and we could not be more proud of these students for
There is a new face in the United Way of Whitley County office this summer ! Meet Morgan ! Morgan will be a senior in the fall at Eagle Tech Academy and we are thrilled to have her with us this summer ! We met Morgan two years ago at The Center for Whitley County
Article written by Rich Harwood Our national fortitude and belief in ourselves are being tested once more. The massacre in Orlando defies explanation and plainly reminds us that evil exists. It also raises important questions: How does the Orlando community now find a way to pick itself up after such a horrific incident has knocked
A special forum will discuss human trafficking and sexual exploitation and the vulnerability of Whitley County youth. The Community Foundation and United Way of Whitley County have partnered with Indiana Youth Institute to sponsor a special program at Peabody Public Library this month. The forum will be held Wednesday, June 29 from 11:30am – 1pm.
The Whitley County Farmer’s Market is thrilled to announce the start of the POP Kids Club, a program designed to engage kids in the market by receiving purchasing power and allowing them to learn more about healthy food choices. Thanks to the support of Parkview Whitley Hospital, the program is the first of its kind