Members of the healthcare team at the Warsaw Women’s Center recently presented the Kosciusko County Community Foundation with a check for $600 to help low income women access mammograms through the Good Samaritan Fund. The donation represented proceeds from the center’s sale of Hope bracelets.
The Good Samaritan Fund is a component fund of the Kosciusko County Community Foundation. Assistance from the fund is provided through the Help Center located at the K21 Health Pavilion. Those interested in learning more about the services offered at the pavilion should call 574-372-3500.
Since 1968, Kosciusko County Community Foundation, Inc. has brought caring people and charitable endeavors together for the good of the community. The Community Foundation is a public charity, and gifts made to the Foundation are tax-deductible. For more information about the Community Foundation, visit www.kcfoundation.org, call 574-267-1901, or visit our office at 102 E. Market St., Warsaw.
Pictured are members of the Warsaw Women’s Center healthcare team (wearing their Hope bracelets) as they present a check to the Community Foundation to benefit low income women in need of mammograms.
In front, from left, are Toni Smith, Stephanie O’Brien, Laurie Westerhof and Lisa Stoddard. Back row: Amy Snyder, Kristi Desenberg, Suzie Light of the Kosciusko County Community Foundation, Dr. Donald Durecki, Kim Miller, Liz Warren and Torie Frantz.