CROWN POINT | Colorful and emotional stories of people who have given of themselves so that others might live were told April 14 during the annual Franciscan St. Anthony Health Crown Point observance of National Donate Life Month.
MERRILLVILLE | Food. Shelter. Comfort. Hope.
MERRILLVILLE | Honor a uniquely American holiday by giving something that’s uniquely you.
MERRILLVILLE | With summer around the corner, and the end of the school year in sight, new and eligible blood donors are urged to help strengthen the blood supply by volunteering to give in the next few weeks.
The Caring Place, the organization based in Valparaiso created to fund and manage a shelter for victims of domestic violence, recently started recognizing the generosity of donors by designating membership in their honorary Beacon Circle. The first event was a formal afternoon tea held in Fe…
MERRILLVILLE | Bring hope to a child’s life in the time it takes to eat lunch with a friend.
CEDAR LAKE | Hanover Central middle and high schools are partnering with the American Red Cross to host a Bleed for the Band blood drive Saturday.
MERRILLVILLE | Focusing on the idea that every person can become a hero by giving blood will be the focus of World Blood Donor Day on June 14.
MERRILLVILLE | While Memorial Day may signal the unofficial start of summer, the holiday’s true meaning is inescapable for those wishing to honor armed forces members.
Terry Sanders, of Griffith, was recently named the first executive director of the newly established Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ Foundation.
First-year medical student Alexandra Arges reads a poem for child and fetal donors during Friday's A Service of Thanksgiving and Remembrance of Our Donors at Indiana University Northwest in Gary.
Army Reservist Joseph Wegmet's daughters Johanna Guth, left, and Nancy Anderson, right, and granddaughter Angela Wegmet were on hand for a service thanking anatomical donors at Indiana University Northwest.
First-year medical student Samer Kawak, of Indianapolis, lights a candle Friday for veteran and donor Ronald Neetz during A Service of Thanksgiving and Remembrance of Our Donors at Indiana University Northwest.
Pvts. First Class Joseph Chung and Paul Chung fold the flag that covered the donor table of Army Reservist Joseph Wegmet during A Service of Thanksgiving and Remembrance of Our Donors at Indiana University Northwest. Wegmet's granddaughter Angela Wegmet, left, and daughter Nancy Anderson loo…
Indiana University medical students participate in A Service of Thanksgiving and Remembrance of Our Donors at Indiana University Northwest in Gary.
CROWN POINT | Crown Point Community Foundation will roll out the red carpet Nov. 5 for its 8th annual gala, and event that continues to grow and provides a venue to showcase the work of the foundation.
MERRILLVILLE | America's blood supply is an important piece of the country's ability to respond to disasters. By donating blood, people can help prepare for the unexpected and help ensure blood is available when and where it's needed.
MERRILLVILLE | Blood donations decline in the summer because school's out, and donors who regularly give during the academic year might wait until fall before donating again.
"I run because it's so symbolic of life. You have to drive yourself to overcome the obstacles. You might feel that you can't. But then you find your inner strength, and realize you're capable of so much more than you thought."
MERRILLVILLE | March is the perfect time to give blood since it is Red Cross Month and the 60th anniversary of the Indiana-Ohio Blood Services Region.
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