Representatives from Creighton Brothers recently presented the Kosciusko County Shelter for Abuse (Beaman Home) with a $50,000 grant toward the construction of a new emergency shelter and outreach center. The grant was made from the Creighton Brothers Charitable Fund, which is held at the Kosciusko County Community Foundation.
The new, secure facility will be located near the Warsaw Police Department and will accommodate up to 40 residents. The facility will include staff offices, conference and counseling space, as well as a space designed for children to learn, play, and exercise.
Mindy Truex of Creighton Brothers said, “Supporting the Beaman Home in this way, to help provide a new home for the tremendous work they do for this community, seems so small in comparison to what they give to all of us. We appreciate the difficult, sensitive and healing work they do every day.”
Creighton Brothers operates as a family farm and has been providing egg products since 1925.
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 kcfoundation.org, call 574-267-1901, or visit the office at 102 E. Market St., Warsaw.