Drivers needed in Decatur County. Got Time? Do you enjoy meeting new people? Do you want a job that is fun and rewarding? If your answer is yes, we have a job for you! Catch-A-Ride is looking for occasional drivers, up to 27 hours per week. Must be at least 23, possess excellent customer service skills, ability to read maps and drive a variety of handicapped accessible vehicles. Duties include daily paperwork and two way radio communication. Clean driving record and Public Passengers Chauffeurs license (which can be acquired during hiring process) are required. Starting salary $10 per hour. EOE. Send resume to LifeTime Resources, HR-CAR, 13091 Benedict Dr., Dillsboro, IN 47018. www.lifetime-resources.org
What We Do: The Decatur County United Fund is committed to our community and the agencies we serve. Our Mission is: “Mobilizing The Power of Our Community to Develop and Maintain Resources that Meet Human Needs”. What is the Decatur County United Fund? The United Fund is a local organization, run by volunteers and a small staff. It is best known for its role as an efficient fund-raising organization. The United Fund is able to raise funds for many...
Board of Directors
Decatur County United Fund Board of Directors for 2016 Charla Nash– President Brian Wenning – 1st Vice President Lora Williams- 2nd Vice President Chris Bower – Secretary/Treasurer Joyce Denton Brad Schutte Sarah Green Rick Nobbe Rebecca Myers Linda Weigel Paul Stone Student Board Members: Sarah Bohman – North Decatur High School Jacob Johnson – South Decatur High School Emily Lowe – Greensburg High School Staff: Joane Cunningham – Executive Director Mary Pat Brown – Administrative Assistant Terri Jones – Community Impact Assistant and Literacy Coordinator for Decatur...
DECATUR COUNTY UNITED FUND GUARDIAN CIRCLE CLUB 2015 Campaign The Decatur County United Fund’s leadership club recognizes individuals and their spouses who want to make a substantial impact on health and human service issues. A gift of $500 or more will qualify you for membership in the Guardian Circle Club. A pledge at this level shows a significant commitment to Decatur County, and sets an example of caring and generosity that is an inspiration to others. NameNameName Membership Levels Platinum...
How are Funds Distributed? The Decatur County United Fund Community Investment Committee, which consists of United Fund Board members, campaign chairs, and community-at-large volunteers, reviews applications from agencies requesting funding to support community programs in Decatur County. The Community Investment Committee recommends how dollars should be spent. This committee carefully reviews community needs and bases funding on the most critically needed programs and services, paying careful attention to programs which will utilize United Fund donations efficiently and...
The Foster Grandparent Program of South Central Indiana is recruiting for new volunteers in Bartholomew, Brown, Decatur, Jackson, and Jennings Counties
As a Foster Grandparent, you will help children in your community develop the academic and life skills that are critical to their development and future successes.
Sharing your time and experience can help children learn how to read, prepare younger students for school readiness, tackle tough subjects, and guide children at a critical time in their lives.
Our program is open to volunteers 55 and over who can volunteer between 15 and 20 hours a week. No formal experience in mentoring or tutoring needed. New volunteers receive pre-service orientation and training from the elementary school or Head Start center where you will serve. We offer a tax-free hourly stipend for income eligible volunteers.
When you share your love, time, and experience, you have the power to help a child who needs you. Join Foster Grandparents today by calling (866) 644-6407.
Decatur County United Fund kicked off its 2016 campaign in September and is sharing the message of Building Community….One Life At a Time.
The organization will move forward on sharing a message of “why” it’s important to give. “The “why” is unique to each individual volunteer and donor, Executive Director Joane Cunningham shared. According to Cunningham, when you give to Decatur County United Fund you support local programs that might connect you to your “why”.
“The purpose of Decatur County United Fund, in order to make a lasting change: our why, is to take those resources that people have trusted us with and make the decisions, the most efficient and effective decisions that are going to lead to that lasting change through local programs,” Cunningham stated.
The 2016 campaign goal is $452,000 and will benefit programs doing the best to make a difference in our area. The 2016 Campaign is currently at $65,790 or 14% of goal.
“The United fund focuses on education, income stability and health of every person in our community, and we’re able to do that because folks at home, folks here, folks all around our community choose to support us,” Cunningham noted.
The 2016 Campaign has a $50,000 matching opportunity for new gifts of $100 or more, any increase in giving for gifts of more than $100, and any corporate gift increase will be matched. Two initiatives will benefit from the $50,000. The Greensburg Ready Program, in partnership with Greensburg School Corporation, will help individuals improve their skills for employment with this workforce development program. Also, a valuable children’s after-school program for working families in partnership with the Decatur County Family YMCA.
“When people trust us with their resources, when they trust us with their money, when they trust us with their time to help us make these decisions, that’s when we are going to see a community come together and be united and make those changes we all so desperately need,” Cunningham said.
The staff of Davis & Daughters Quick Lube presented Decatur County United Fund’s Executive Director, Joane Cunningham, and Sharen Brown, 2016 Campaign Co-Chair, with a check for $1,060 towards the 2016 campaign Building Community….One Life At a Time.
A Quick Lube Day was held on September 17th with $20 per oil change going to benefit the United Fund. Ross Davis and the staff of Davis & Daughters Quick Lube presented a donation of $1,060 towards the Decatur County United Fund goal of $452,000 and the “Building Community…..One Life At a Time” Campaign.
“The Decatur County United Fund conducts an annual campaign that raises funds from individuals, employee campaigns and businesses. The funds are then distributed to non-profits agencies who serve Decatur County residents,” said Joane Cunningham the Executive Director.
Decatur County United Fund provides funding to help 17 agencies and other various programs that help serve children, adults, and seniors living in our county.
To make a contribution to the Decatur County United Fund, please mail your donation to: 108 S. Broadway, Suite1, Greensburg, IN 47240.