United Way of Elkhart County commits more than $250,000 to flood victims

Elkhart County United Way commits more than $250,000 to flood victims
By: Greg Reed
ELKHART, Ind. -- The United Way of Elkhart County committed an additional $100,000 to assist flooding victims in Elkhart County.
The nonprofit organization fights for health, education, and financial stability in the community of Elkhart and has already donated over $150,000 for 2018 emergency services, bringing the total to over $250,000.

2016 Thanks4Giving Raffle Winners Announced!

Our Prize Patrol hit the road Monday and Tuesday of Thanksgiving week to congratulate the winners and present them with the following awesome prizes:

Grand prize

Our Grand Prize of $5,000 of gas from Tom Naquin Auto Group went to Melissa Sebastian at Mid City Supply Co.

Pictured above are Bill Rieth and JJ Jankowski of United Way, raffle winner Melissa Sebastian, and Jeff New, President/Owner of Mid-City Supply Co.

United Way Empowers Elkhart Students to Stand Up to Bullying Through Move2Stand

In partnership with Elkhart Schools, United Way is helping develop hundreds of young leaders who stand up to bullying, befriend kids who are isolated and build the school environment they want to have. These are kids to be proud of.

Move2Stand empowers students to stand up against bullying and become leaders of bullying prevention in their schools.

Boat Race 2016 Videos

Check out this beautiful aerial footage of our Carboard Crusader Race thanks to Clinton Pontius at Advanced Imaging Solutions.

Thanks to everyone who volunteered, built boats, rowed, donated, and came out to cheer on their team!  

This year's race surpassed expectations with a record 31 boats and a record attendance!

2016 SB6 Child Care Provider Conference


Above:  The amazing staff at Early Childhood Alliance works hard to help child care professionals earn their continuing education hours.

United Way is proud to sponsor the 2016 SB6 Child Care Provider conference which is led by Early Childhood Alliance. More than 150 child care professionals are in attendance. Another way United Way invests in the lives of our community's children.