Sponsors and donors

Foundation contributors

Bontrager Family Foundation

Commmunity Foundation of Elkhart County

Goshen Health Community Benefit Foundation

CVS Health Foundation

Platinum contributors

Goshen Community Development Block Grant

Gold contributors

Gerig Surgical Associates

Merino Law Firm

Silver contributors

Discoteca Francis

Imagen Latina

Titan

Latino Business Partners

El Puente

InterCambio Express

La Michoacana

La Raza / WKAM Radio

Merino Law Firm

San Marcos Mexican Grill

Udave Cosmeticos

Universal Tamal

Event sponsors

Latino Business Expo sponsors

Bethza Pro Makeup Artist Studio
Everence
Goshen Chamber of Commerce
InterCambio Express
Lippert Components
Goshen College
City of Goshen

Fiesta Feast sponsors

Elite Turf & Pest Management
Elkhart Bedding
Interra Credit Union
Everence
Gerig Surgical Associates
Yoder-Culp Funeral Home
Stutzman Motor Sales
The Papers
Welch Packaging
Miso Japan

Spring Into Health event sponsors

Goshen College
Heart City Health
Goshen Health - The Retreat
Fairhaven Obstetrics and Gynecology
MHS Indiana

 

Joe Reed, owner of Elite Turf and Pest Management

Joe Reed, Elite Turf and Pest Management

My business, Elite Turf and Pest Management, specializes in fertilizer, pest control, lawn care and landscaping—basically anything outdoors. I’ve been working in this industry for ten years and started my company about two and a half years ago.

My greater goal in my business is to give back to the community in any way, shape or form I can. So I use what I know how to do as a way to mentor teens and young adults. By employing them I give them an opportunity to find out who they are and what they want to do. If they want to stay in this business, that’s great. If they want to go to college, then maybe they’ll keep working for me in the summers until they are ready to go out on their own.

I remember what it was like to be a teenager, so I can help teens through this by providing mentoring that molds them.

As a follower of Christ, I want to help meet families’ needs. That’s why I want to volunteer and partner with organizations that are working in the community. For example, my wife is a program director of CAPS in Elkhart and I recently helped dig footings for the new playground equipment they installed.

I learned about the Center for Healing & Hope about ten years when my mother first came as a patient. Now I’m looking forward to being a partner and helping to figure out what I can bring to our work together.

I see my business as a vessel to give back to the community—that’s where my heart is.

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