Crane Credit Union’s corporate staff donated $200 to Bless Bloomfield. Bless Bloomfield is an organization of volunteers that are providing food delivery to Bloomfield students. They also provide “Bag Buddies” for the weekends that consist of easy prepped food. There are close to 150 kids being fed.
The Evansville branches donated $200 to the Southwestern Regional Council on Aging Vulnerable Citizen’s Relief. This program was created to collect, purchase, and deliver necessary food and personal hygiene items to senior residents who are at high risk and have been instructed to stay in their homes.
The Franklin branch donated $200 to Johnson County Senior Services. This organization assists seniors in the community by transporting patients to and from their doctors or dialysis appointments. They have a food and supplies pantry where seniors can get items they may need at no charge. Johnson County Senior Services is delivering food and supplies to home bound seniors, and seniors who are scared to leave their home during these times. They are also purchasing supplies such as sanitizer, Lysol, gloves, and masks to make available at their pantry.
The Loogootee branch donated to the Blessing Box. The Blessing Box is a wooden box located in Loogootee that community member Michael Holt fills and maintains for the community. You take what you need, leave what you don’t, and have a blessed day. He stocks the box with diapers, formula, canned goods, personal hygiene products, and much more non-perishable items. Michael was very grateful we were able to do this for the community!
The Plainfield branch donated $200 to the Hendricks County Senior Center to help support their food pantry. This program helps ensure those who are most at risk get adequate safe food.
The Terre Haute branches purchased Easter baskets for the CASA association. CASA stands for Court Appointed Special Advocates. They support and promote court-appointed advocates for abused or neglected children in order to provide children with a safe and healthy environment in permanent homes.
The Washington branch donated $200 to the Eastgate Manor Nursing Facility. This will be used specifically for activities or care packages for the residents.