Kosciusko Young Adult Professionals Makes Donation to Fellowship Missions

Pictured left to right: Lyle Schrock, The Lab; Rylee Burns, Kosciusko Chamber; Lauren Klusman, Kosciusko Chamber; Josh Silveus, Silveus Insurance Group; Shawn Brown, Lake City Living Magazine; Brittany Lyon, Titus Funeral Home; Mitchell Hall, W.R. Hall Insurance Group; Scott Clay, NAPA Auto Parts; Olivia Tucker, Maple Leaf Farms

(Warsaw, IN) – During the month of May, the Kosciusko Chamber’s Young Adult Professionals (YAP) collected donations for Fellowship Missions. Fellowship Missions believes in the power to transform lives. They offer three programs designed to meet the basic needs of those struggling with homelessness or addiction so they can focus on overcoming the challenges that contributed to their circumstance. YAP had a goal of collecting 160 pillows and 160 sets of twin sheets. Thanks to generous donations from community members and local businesses, they were able to collect 175 new pillows and 165 new sets of twin sheets.

Many local businesses participated in the donation drive as public drop off sites for donations. Participating businesses included, 1st Source Bank, Beacon Credit Union, Edward Jones Financial Advisor: Brandon Stewart, Duck, Down & Above (Maple Leaf Farms), Kensington Digital Media, Kosciusko Community YMCA, NAPA Auto Parts – Warsaw, Old National Bank, Silveus Insurance Group, The Lab, Toyota of Warsaw, and Warsaw Community Public Library.

Kosciusko Young Adult Professionals has a desire to show business professionals under the age of 40 what Kosciusko County has to offer. They provide opportunities with a three-tier philosophy in mind, networking, leadership, and philanthropy. For more information on YAP, contact Lauren Klusman at lklusman@kchamber.com and follow them on Facebook.