Lake Area United Way
Four couples hit the dance floor competing in the annual Dancing with the Local Stars event, benefitting Lake Area United Way.
MERRILLVILLE | The Dancing with the Local Stars contest will waltz its way back to the Radisson Hotel at Star Plaza on Thursday.
Andrew recently turned 2 years old and he has a passion: trains!
Michelle Duca, founder of Kibble Kitchen Pet Pantry, was floored when she learned her organization raised nearly $8,000 through the first NWIgives event Wednesday.
Jeremy Miller, chief operating officer for Lake Area United Way, checks the NWIgives website Wedensday at the Legacy Foundation office during the one-day fundraising event. By noon Wednesday, nearly $100,000 had been raised.
MERRILLVILLE | With a few quick computer clicks, hundreds of people around Northwest Indiana raised money Wednesday to support 100 local nonprofit organizations.
Jared Tomich, NWIgives board member, and Erica Fizer, program officer for the Legacy Foundation, join others as they watch the NWIgives website Wednesday during NWIgives, a one-day online fundraising event for area nonprofit organizations.
GRIFFITH | Lake Area United Way hosted its first Fifth Thursday networking event recently to kick off The Vanguard, its new program focus on donors who give at the leadership level.
Lake Area United Way recently presented its prestigious “Community Spirit” award to a pair of local companies for their outstanding support of the 2012 United Way community campaign.
GRIFFITH | Jeremy Miller has been named chief operating officer of Lake Area United Way.
MERRILLVILLE | Arrayed in white caps to cover their hair, more than 180 representatives of 20 companies, nonprofit agencies and the U.S. District Court joined others Friday at the Lake Area United Way’s Day of Caring to help those in Lake and Porter counties who experience hunger on a daily basis.
SCHERERVILLE | “What’s our goal?”
HAMMOND | Organizers of Beatles Fest 2013 will partner with Lake Area United Way to support local community improvement efforts.
HAMMOND | The Blue Room Cafe is thrilled to announce an exciting partnership between its eighth annual Beatles Fest and Lake Area United Way. LAUW creates a stronger and healthier community, and for this year's Fest a portion of ticket sales will benefit their many ongoing and praiseworthy efforts.
HAMMOND | Beatles Fest 2013 organizers announced they will partner with Lake Area United Way to support community improvement.
HAMMOND | Lake Area United Way and Horseshoe Casino are partnering to create a charity Texas Hold 'Em poker tournament event Oct. 16 at Horseshoe Casino Hammond, 777 Casino Center Drive.
A story in some Friday editions contained incorrect information about the charity poker tournament sponsored by the Lake Area United Way. The tournament will be Oct. 16 at The Venue in Horseshoe Casino in Hammond. The Times regrets the error.
Lake Area United Way's 2012-13 Annual Community Campaign exceeded organizers' expectations by raising $4.973 million. More than 300 companies raised money in contributing campaigns and 7,500 people gave to the Annual Community Campaign.
Lake Area United Way representatives take down a sign after a news conference announcing the results of the 2012 community campaign and an upcoming charity poker tournament at the Horseshoe Casino in Hammond.
Aaron McDermott, chairman of the 2012-13 Community Campaign for the Lake Area United Way, announces the results of the 2012 community campaign as well as plans for an upcoming charity poker tournament at the Horseshoe Casino in Hammond.
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