WARSAW — The Kosciusko Chamber of Commerce recently highlighted just some of the ways businesses in the area are stepping up to help in the fights against COVID-19.
The Chamber also created a video featuring prominent community members such as Kosciusko Chamber of Commerce CEO Rob Parker; WCS Superintendent Dr. David Hoffert; Cardinal Services CEO Randy Hall; and Lake City Bank Chief Financial Officer Lisa O’Neill. In the video, they talk about how people and businesses can use their time to make a difference during the pandemic.
In a statement, the Chamber recognized several businesses that are making a difference within Kosciusko County, including:
- Clearwater Car Wash is donating all of its profits for the next few weeks to local organizations in need. They are also giving free car washes to healthcare workers and first responders.
- Joe Clevenger provided coffee and food to emergency responders and grocery store workers while supporting local restaurants and coffee shops who are struggling.
- MudLOVE has launched a new Gift Card Generators campaign through its LoveWell Fundraising platform to help small businesses. Small businesses can apply for free here.
- Last week, Streven Distilling Company ordered the required inactive ingredients so they could start making hand sanitizer for those in need.
- The RGroup RealEstate at Keller Williams Fort Wayne partnered with a few other businesses to provide 100 free meals to those in the Syracuse area in need of food.
The Chamber thanks everyone who is working hard to make a positive impact on the community during this crisis and asks the public to share with the Chamber a business that is going above and beyond to support the community.