Our Partners

Campaign 2021

Your generous contribution will enable us to keep fighting for the health, education, and financial stability of every person

CONNECTIONS - serves as an information and referral clearinghouse connecting people in need to the resources that may be able to assist with those requirements in an effort to provide necessary services without duplication


Contact:  Sherry Davis, 812-257-2650; dcp-connections@outlook.com

FEED MY SHEEP - helps with the food needs of low-income persons of Daviess County, distributing groceries the third Saturday of each month and the following Thursday evening, or as emergency situations arise

Contact:  Sandy Rice  812-254-5429; srice1121@gmail.com

FOUR RIVERS RESOURCE SERVICES, DAVIESS COUNTY - provides services and support to individuals in Daviess County with developmental disabilities or other challenges.  Designed to foster maximum self-dependence and natural interdependence, access to normal life experiences and opportunities, and general life enrichment 


Contact:  Sherri Tredway, 812-257-1239; stredway@frrs.org

GENERATIONS MEALS ON WHEELS - a program of the Generations Nutrition Program, provides nutritious meals and personal contact to the homebound and a noon meal each weekday at two neighborhood sites


Contact:  Laura Holscher at Generations, 812-888-5880; lholscher@vinu.edu

GIRL SCOUTS OF SW INDIANA - prepares girls to become successful adults.  Its strong values-based program shared with friends and directed by trained adults helps girls develop to their fullest potential


Contact:  Aimee Stachura 812-421-4970 x311; astachura@girlscouts-gssi.org

AMERICAN RED CROSS -prevents and alleviates human suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers; aspire to turn compassion into action to help people affected by disaster to receive care, shelter and hope; get communities ready and prepared for disaster by giving access to safe, lifesaving blood; support members of our armed services and their families and much more

Contact:   Theo Boots, 812-471-7200; theo.boots@redcross.org

RETIRED SENIOR VOLUNTEER PROGRAM -meets community needs by providing qualified volunteers to non-profit and community service agencies at no charge, supporting volunteer efforts by offering recruitment, placement, training, transportation, insurance and recognition to all persons who want to serve their community


Contact: Kim Herbertz, 812-254-1996; kim.herbertz@rsvpvolunteercenter.org

SALVATION ARMY -Providing emergency assistance for clothing, food, fuel, rent, utilities, furniture, shoes and medicine to the needy


Contact:  Billie F. Kay, 317-224-1055; billie_kay@usc.salvationarmy.org

SENIOR AND FAMILY SERVICES -a multi-service agency providing services to people of all ages.  Services include: Adult Day Services, Homemaker, Attendant Care, Transportation and Senior Centers


Contact:  Laura Greenfield, 812-254-1881; greenfield.safsinc@sbcglobal.net

 YMCA, DAVIESS COUNTY -providing a variety of programs and services that help individuals achieve their greatest potential in body, mind, and spirit.


        Contact: Chris Watts, 812-254-4481; cwatts@dcymca.org


HOPE’S VOICE - Hope’s Voice is continuing to build relationships within the community   and bring awareness that Hope’s Voice is here in Daviess County.  Hope’s Voice is a mobile advocacy program that provides direct services and support to victims and survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault and human trafficking.  We hope to continue growing our outreach and prevention efforts within the community to put a stop to these silent crimes. 


       Contact: Megan Smith, 812- 642-4426; msmith@cfsindiana.org

HABITAT FOR HUMANITY OF DAVIESS COUNTY - The primary goal is to provide affordable housing to economically disadvantaged families. Habitat for Humanity seeks to put God's love into action by bringing people together to build homes, communities and hope.


           Contact: TC Cook, 812-259-2949; dchfh166@gmail.com

THE POWERHOUSE - We build relationships with Jr High and Sr High youth in order to share the Gospel. One of the main ways they do this is by providing a safe place after school where youth are valued. 

Contact: TC Cook, 812-254-7693; washingtonpowerhouse@gmail.com

YOUTH FIRST, DAVIESS COUNTY -  places Master's level social workers in local schools to provide mental health coaching to students, staff, and families. Allows schools to provide on-site, free of charge behavioral health service and programs to students of various backgrounds that prevent substance abuse, improve family relationships and develop life skills. https://youthfirstinc.org/

Contact: Janay Sharp, 812-456-6700; jsharp@youthfirstinc.org

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