Miss Sally saw homelessness in her hometown and got to work making it better.
New AIDS Task Force Executive Director Lisa Terry still sees an unmet need for education.
Meet the family behind Blessings in a Backpack.
Tom Hogan has gotten over the initial shock of how lofty the Lifetime Sports Academy’s goals are, and he and the organization are celebrating its 15th year.
Catherine Hill, executive director of the Vera Bradley Foundation for Breast Cancer, explains her role with a metaphor.
Diane Campbell and Fort Wayne’s Coast Guard Auxiliary Flotilla 2204 work to keep summer safely afloat.
Sharon Pohly left one kind of big business for another, and she’s now CEO of our area’s Girl Scouts council, where the cookie business is only one (admittedly big!) way girls are learning to be leaders.
Pastor Roger Reece is growing Associated Churches’ capacity to support our community’s military personnel and their families.
Dr. Michel Sturm translated his urgent willingness to help homeless teens into Pathways, Inc., a program that has been helping them for two decades now.
Jeremy Carnahan is a ‘tax guy’ who also fights hunger — in a very entertaining way.
Deb Kerr and Laura Bowser fi nd patriotism is personal as Blue Star Mothers.
Lonnie and Barb Cox open their hearts and the Shepherd’s House.
Brad Kimmell is improving Fort Wayne’s image with Fort4Fitness.
Marilyn Curl is finishing up her term as president of the board of Lamaze International.
Jennifer Ponko’s entire year is focused on one busy week at Camp Watcha Wanna Do.
Photography by Jeff Minard, Tara Spencer and submitted
Photography by Jeff Minard, Tara Spencer, Theresa Thompson and submitted