First Goshen Latino Business Expo planned

Goshen’s first Latino Business Expo, coordinated by the Center for Healing & Hope, is scheduled for Saturday, June 9, at Everence, 1110 North Main Street in Goshen, Ind. At this Expo, Latino business owners and entrepreneurs will showcase their products and services with opportunities to network with each other and the wider community. The first […]

Fiesta Feast: Thank you!

We owe so many thanks for the strong support we received through Fiesta Feast for the work of the Center for Healing & Hope. The event on Saturday, April 14, filled the College Mennonite Church fellowship hall with delicious aromas and tastes, laughter, conversation, and great music. Ten financial sponsors, several food providers, door prize […]

44 women benefit from Spring into Health

Forty-four women benefited from the Center for Healing & Hope’s Spring into Health event on Saturday, March 17. For a fee of $60, these women received a complete exam that normally would have cost $380. Checks of blood pressure and cholesterol, a breast exam and PAP smear, and screening for diabetes when indicated were included, […]

500th GRID card issued to Goshen High School teacher

The Center for Healing & Hope has issued the 500th GRID card (Goshen Resident ID) in a program launched in November 2017. Hannah Bachman, a math teacher at Goshen High School, is the recipient of the 500th GRID card. She said when an immigration detention center was proposed in the area, she wanted to find […]

Fiesta Feast

Fiesta Feast tickets are now available. Buy yours and join the April 14 Center for Healing & Hope’s spring fund-raiser. At this event, the community comes together to enjoy: A Mexican meal, provided by San Marcos Mexican Grill Live music and door prizes Gathering with others who are also committed to making a difference in […]

Marbella Chavez named patient advocate

Marbella Chavez has been named the new patient advocate for the Center for Healing & Hope. Marbella, a 2017 graduate of the Indiana University Bloomington, has been a volunteer intern at the Center since fall. In that role, she assisted as an interpreter and with organizational and advocacy activities. In her new staff role, Marbella […]

Grant supports GRID

A grant of $10,000, received in late 2017 by the Center for Healing & Hope, adds support to the new Goshen Resident ID (GRID) card project. The gift, received from Schowalter Foundation, based in Newton, Kan., will support the continuing effort to register a wide spectrum of Goshen residents for the GRID card. Bryan Mierau, […]

GRID benefits at local businesses

Goshen restaurants and businesses are getting behind GRID. When you show your GRID card (Goshen Resident ID card) at these businesses and restaurants, you will either get a discount on your purchase or you will qualify for a special deal. So visit these businesses and say “Thanks” as together we are building a stronger and […]

Goshen Resident ID card to become available in December

A new effort to provide Goshen residents with cards that verify their identities and addresses will be launched in December by the Center for Healing & Hope. The Goshen Resident ID card is designed to help everyone who resides within the city limits of Goshen, Ind. It will serve a variety of purposes, varying from […]

Best year yet for EAT•SHOP•GIVE

Thank you to all who helped to make 2017 EAT•SHOP•GIVE effort the most successful yet for the Center for Healing & Hope. This year, 466 certificates were purchased by supporters and friends of CHH, compared to between 300 and 400 in previous years. Thank you to the 24 businesses that were  part of the effort, […]