HOBART | More than 300 guests enjoyed a seven-course gastronomic adventure Sunday at the Dine with the Chefs Gala.
Peter Stenberg, of Honor Flight Chicago, speaks to Munster resident and World War II re-enactor Sally Henson during Sunday's Bob Hope charity lunch event at Teibel's Restaurant in Schererville. Nearly 300 guests attended to raise funds benefiting Honor Flight Chicago.
Schererville resident Pat Moor looks through Bob Hope memorabilia, including a plaster life-cast of the late comedian's famous profile, during a charity luncheon Sunday at Teibel's Restaurant in Schererville. Proceeds from the event benefited Honor Flight Chicago.
Mike Reno (left to right) of Loverboy, David Pack of Ambrosia and Jim Peterik sign custom guitars, including one featured next Sunday, Feb. 9 as a charity raffle at Chicago Street Theatre raising money for The Humane Society of Northwest Indiana.
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Financial planner Theresa Hannon holds a copy of the book "Random Acts of Kindness," in Wheaton, Ill. In her annual Thanksgiving letter to clients, Hannon included a $100 bill, a copy of the book and a request to use that money for a good cause. It proved to be a good investment in human nature.
WHEATON, Ill. | Every Thanksgiving since 1984, independent financial adviser Terry Hannon, of Wheaton, has mailed her clients a holiday letter that thanks them for their business and explains how she made donations to charities in their names.
Christmas is a wonderful time of the year, and that is especially true in the Hoosier state.
It was heartening to read Rich James' plea for contributions to food pantries. Who could disagree; it is a noble desire.
The first gold coin of the season for Porter County was plunked in a Salvation Army Red Kettle on Saturday at the Strack & Van Til grocery store on Calumet Avenue, in Valparaiso.
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WANISS organizers Sue Crisman and Ashley Halpern are once again assisting with the planning for this year's 2013 Festival of Trees Luncheon, which marks the charity event's 25th year raising funds for the Symphony of Northwest Indiana.
Lauren Kelly of Highland, with the help of 1-year-old Tyler Kutansky, browses the popcorn bucket raffle options Saturday at a charity event to raise money for renovations to the Kennedy Theatre in Hammond.
HAMMOND | Chris Benavidez and wife Lorie, owners of Kennedy Theatre in Hammond, hope coming attractions at their business will soon include new digital projection equipment.
Senneca Leek, 9, raised money for the Porter County Cancer Society by getting her hair cut. She also donated her hair to Locks of Love.
INDIANA | To honor its 150th anniversary, 1st Source Bank is inviting the community to help give away money to charitable organizations.
Blake Williams, of Munster, holds a Swaziland child wearing a knitted cap created by a group from Westminster Presbyterian Church in Munster.
Dr. Ann Williams, a Hammond-based ophthalmologist, is now a member of the Heart for Africa board.
MUNSTER | In the small southern African kingdom of Swaziland, children struggle to feed and shelter their younger siblings after the deaths of their fathers and mothers from HIV/AIDS.
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