The Economic Development Corp. Michigan City is taking steps to find a solution to improve access to food in some of the city’s high-poverty areas.
Making a Difference
A one-of-a-kind air compressor built by Michigan City-based Sullair is making its way to a charity auction.
Goodwill Industries of Michiana Inc. is preparing to open its new retail store and career center in Plymouth.
Several service organizations across Northern Indiana have been awarded a share of $63,000 through NIPSCO’s annual grant program.
Northern Indiana food banks are receiving a share of $1 million in state funds to support their efforts in providing food to those in need.
NIPSCO is accepting applications for its public safety education and responder training grant program.
Four organizations from Northwest and Northcentral Indiana are receiving a share of nearly $148,000 in grants from Subaru of Indiana Automotive Inc.
Ensuring all Michigan City residents have access to food is the goal of a project between the EDCMC and the Purdue Extension.
The Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians are ensuring the underserved have access to affordable medical care.
Representatives for KeyBank say the lender will continue investing in initiatives that benefit communities where it operates.