Maria Tippmann-Nancarrow has been named community relations and development director for Easterseals Passages.
The English, Bonter, Mitchell Foundation recently awarded a grant of $45,000 to Easterseals Arc of Northeast Indiana to support the purchase and implementation of the Sage Intacct Software system.
Easterseals RISE celebrated its move into a former Steuben County Economic Development Corporation building with a ribbon cutting and open house. “This new space will allow us to continue evolving and growing to meet the needs and interests of the people we serve,” said Crystal Church-Stavitzke, executive director at Easterseals RISE.
The Fort Wayne Health & Education Foundation has awarded a $2,000 grant to Easterseals Arc for the purchase of assistive technology.
The three Easterseals affiliates serving Indiana honored six state leaders as Outstanding Advocates for People with Disabilities as part of a Legislator Appreciation Lunch.
The Wilson Foundation has awarded a grant of $5,000 to Easterseals Arc for assistive technology for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
The Steuben County Community Foundation has awarded a year two $20,000 Impact Grant to Easterseals RISE to support its Pre-Manufacturing Academy, which is offered in partnership with The Steuben County Economic Development Corporation.
The Carson and Rosemary Noecker Family Foundation recently awarded a grant of $20,000 to Easterseals Arc of Northeast Indiana for operating expenses.
The fourth annual Culinary Queens raised $151,600 to support Easterseals Arc of Northeast Indiana.
Easterseals Arc of Northeast Indiana will use a Vantage Grant from AWS Foundation to accelerate expansion of disability services throughout northeast Indiana.
A grant from The James Foundation, Inc. will support Easterseals RISE’s Transitions and respite programming in DeKalb County.
Easterseals RISE celebrated the expansion of disability services in DeKalb County today with a ribbon cutting at its new Auburn office.