Elkhart nonprofits in need of donations to keep doors open
John Shafer with Chicago and Michiana Five for the Homeless says a property tax increase for the building that his charity shares with two other nonprofits on Lusher Avenue has put them in a bind.
“We know that the community can respond, and God wants us here.”
So far, the community has raised $6,000 of the $10,000 owed.
If they fail to come up with the $4,000 needed by November, the doors might have to close.
The charities have set up a GoFundMe page.