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Norman: Employment Services

Prosperity: Good Fortune Norman’s story defines the word prosperity – good fortune.  He independently lives in a home that he owns, has a dog named Cherokee and has a job that he loves and does well.  Norman’s good fortune is due to a bit of support from Pathfinder Services and a great deal of his … Read more »

Paul Thang: The American Dream

Prosperity: Happiness & Health After living as refugees in Malaysia for a year and a half, Paul, his wife and their four children were relocated to the United States. Their life in Malaysia had been full of fear and concern. “As soon as we landed in this country,” Paul said, “we were so happy.” Though … Read more »

Now Hiring: VITA AmeriCorps Member

QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPECTATIONS At least 18 years of age on the first day of service  A citizen, national, or permanent resident of the United States A high school diploma or equivalent A demonstrated commitment to national and community service A dedication to completing all service requirements Access to reliable transportation (public transportation or personal transport) … Read more »

Now Hiring: Community Arts AmeriCorps Member

QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPECTATIONS At least 18 years of age on the first day of service A citizen, national, or permanent resident of the United States A high school diploma or equivalent A demonstrated commitment to national and community service A dedication to completing all service requirements Access to reliable transportation (public transportation or personal transport) … Read more »

Become a VITA Volunteer!

What is VITA? For many families in Huntington, Wabash, and North Manchester, taxes can feel like a burden. VITA Volunteers work to help lift that burden by offering families free tax preparation. Saving fees and maximizing tax refunds can give these families a path to financial stability by putting their hard-earned money back into their … Read more »

November 2018 Newsletter

Old Man Winter Northern Indiana winter. We all know it can be unpredictable. Will it snow? Will it ice? Will it all melt the next day? Yes, yes and yes. One thing is certain though. It’s cold regardless. Old Man Winter can be nice and serene and other times he can be downright nasty. This … Read more »

Support Kids Kampus with Scrip

MAJOR RETAILERS WANT TO GIVE KIDS KAMPUS CAMPUS MONEY! We’re pleased to share some exciting news about a fundraising program for our organization.  It’s called “scrip”, and it’s the fundraising program that works while you shop.   Scrip is simply a word that means “substitute money” – in other words, scrip is gift certificates from … Read more »

October 2018 Newsletter

What’s A Car Got to Do With It? About 10 years ago, my wife and I were buying our first car together. We had no idea what we were doing. We were 23 years old. We were excited. We were intimidated. And we got taken. Bad. The guy at the dealership got us into a … Read more »

August 2018 Newsletter

Home is Where Your Pet Is Awhile back we had a young couple who was closing on their home.  We like to share these happy stories with others, so we were there to take a photo.  On a whim, they decided to include their dog in the picture.  It was so cool! That picture spawned … Read more »

July 2018 Newsletter

Back to School! Benefits of Homeownership for Kids Many people focus only on what they could gain financially when they consider buying a home.  This month, I’d like to look beyond the financial benefits and consider how owning your own home impacts the health and well-being of our children. Like many families, my wife and … Read more »