CCS is a faith-based agency helping people of Elkhart County weather life’s storms and build more secure futures through emergency assistance and intensive job and life skills training. Its food pantry provides emergency relief for the most vulnerable households in the county.
After a number of years of organization and planning, Elkhart’s Boys & Girls Club opened in August 2010, offering youth development programming to children at Beardsley, Bristol and Osolo Elementaries.
Through positive relationships, The Post provides a safe and healthy environment with adult guidance for at-risk youth in the greater Goshen community in order for them to become better citizens and to foster a meaningful relationship with Jesus Christ. A key to success lies in offering a place where youth enjoy visiting that also makes them feel both safe and valued.
The mission of Maple City Health Care Center is to foster a healthy community by providing and promoting affordable, accessible and integrated quality care. It provides affordable medical home and primary health care for uninsured and under-insured people in the north, east and central Goshen neighborhoods.
With the overall goal of providing relief to disaster victims and helping people prevent, prepare for and respond to emergencies, the Elkhart County chapter identified a need to improve its managerial capacity and its ability to respond better, faster and cheaper to a major disaster.
GIHN is a flexible, cooperative ministry providing an opportunity for the community to be actively involved in caring for the needs of homeless families, primarily by providing emergency shelter. This is accomplished with the support of 18 area churches utilizing their facilities and congregational volunteers serving families seven nights a week from 5 pm to 7 am.
Christ’s Commissary, Inc.’s mission is to better serve the Elkhart-area community by providing nutritional assistance and by helping to supply food items not easily afforded by the unemployed, underemployed and other people struggling due to unfortunate circumstances.
Indiana Camp John Warvel has changed the lives of thousands of Hoosier children with diabetes by empowering them to independently manage their disease in a fun, safe and educational camp environment.
The church’s GED program is designed to prepare adult English-as-a-Second Language students for the GED qualifying examination. This one-time grant will cover start-up costs to provide quality resources for the first 20 GED students and their volunteer instructors.
The purpose and mission of this organization is to provide the students of LaGrange, Noble, Steuben, DeKalb and Elkhart counties with computers and knowledge about computers in order to boost each student’s educational development.