Non-Profit News


A prior holiday pops concert is pictured. Photo provided.

Muncie Symphony Orchestra Presents Fisher-Shafer Holiday Pops

By: Jennifer Johnson— Muncie, IN—Celebrate the holiday season with The Muncie Symphony Orchestra!  Join the MSO and guests for the annual Fisher/Shafer Holiday Pops concert this Saturday, December 2, at 4 p.m. in Emens Auditorium. Youth tickets (K-12) are just $5 and Adult single tickets starting at $25. Ball State…


By: Graphicstock

Giving Tuesday at Delaware County Non-Profits

Giving Tuesday at Muncie Civic Theater Muncie, IN—Giving Tuesday is a day of charitable donations worldwide. Today, Muncie Civic Theatre would like to share a story of giving back. As the historic Muncie Civic Theatre prepares to open its doors again to the public after months of renovations, it is still…



Kiwanis Club Christmas Trees To Be Available Again This Year. Photo by: graphicstock.

Kiwanis Club Christmas Trees To Be Available Again This Year

By: Mark Foerster— Muncie, IN—For over 60 years, the Muncie Kiwanis Club has been selling Christmas Trees by the North Walnut Street Fieldhouse.  This year they’re doing it again!  Starting the day after Thanksgiving until December 20th, come by the north lot of the North Walnut Street Fieldhouse to purchase…


Photo (left to right): Kimberly Gruesbeck, Sana Szewczyk, Zenee Gadson, Elizabeth Covington (presenting the check), Simon Martin. Representing Second Harvest are: Karen McTague, Dorica Watson and Alex Sheward.

JD Norman Supports Second Harvest Food Bank

By: Karen McTague, Major Gifts Manager— Muncie, IN—JD Norman Industries, a manufacturing plant in Muncie, selected Second Harvest Food Bank of East Central Indiana as their charity of choice for their annual Community Giving Program. JD Norman partners with charitable organizations in the communities where their plants are located in order…


Photo provided.

Second Harvest Food Bank Receives Donation From Red Gold

  Muncie, IN—The Sixth Annual Red Gold Run to Crush Hunger® did just that as over 1,000 participants ran or walked during the “Crush Hunger Saturday” festivities in Elwood on October 14. The event raised a total of $56,357.48 to support local hunger relief organizations, including Second Harvest Food Bank…