Fort Wayne, Ind.— Easterseals Arc of Northeast Indiana was recently awarded a $3,650 grant from the Indiana Arts Commission to support a range of artistic opportunities for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The grant will help provide art experiences for individuals in a variety of Easterseals Arc programs at Easterseals Arc in Fort Wayne,… Read more »
Easterseals Arc of Northeast Indiana has received a $30,000 grant from Lincoln Financial Foundation that will be used to support program participants in areas of job readiness and independence.
Easterseals RISE has received a $1,500 grant from Enterprise Foundation to support the Pre-Manufacturing Academy in Angola.
Easterseals Arc of Northeast Indiana has received a $15,000 grant from the Community Foundation of Greater Fort Wayne.
The Cardinal Services Board of Directors takes great pleasure in announcing that Matthew Boren has been named the new executive director of Cardinal Services, effective June 1, 2021.
Easterseals RISE plans to sell its facility on Wohlert Street and purchase the Steuben County Economic Development Corporation’s Enterprise Building A on Wayne Street in Angola, Indiana.
Easterseals RISE has been awarded a grant of $20,000 from the Steuben County Disaster Response Fund, a partnership of the Steuben County Community Foundation and Steuben County United Way.
Easterseals Arc of Northeast Indiana has been awarded a $1,788 grant from the St. Joseph Community Health Foundation to design and implement recreational therapy activities for individuals with disabilities.
Easterseals Arc of Northeast Indiana has been awarded a $1,500 grant from the Benevolence Committee of Plymouth Congregational Church to support respite services.
Easterseals Arc of Northeast Indiana has received a $200,000 gift from The Chapman Charitable Trust in honor of the late Elizabeth “Betsy” Chapman.
Easterseals Arc of Northeast Indiana was recently awarded a $50,000 grant from AWS Foundation to support general operating expenses.
Easterseals Arc of Northeast Indiana was selected as one of six organizations to receive a $75,000 Vantage Grant from AWS Foundation to identify and explore barriers and potential solutions to serving the disability community in Northeast Indiana.