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Motivation to Save

Osée Tshiwape came to the United States from Congo six years ago. He was one of the lucky 50,000 recipients of the “Diversity Visa Lottery” that year, a State Department program that allows access to a green card for immigrants of certain countries. When Osée became...

DACA: Recent Developments

If you are affected by today’s announcement on DACA, consult with our accredited representative about your rights and the possibility of accessing other legal options. LaCasa, Inc. and other not-for-profit agencies in this area will be offering different events and...

Maple City Multicultural Festival 2017

A group of Goshen citizens were inspired in 2016 to create The Maple City Multicultural Fair after attending a Community Leadership Conference (sponsored and encouraged by LaCasa, Inc). This year’s planning committee was composed of Deb Jones, Elias Garcia, Manuel...

Meet the Staff: Pam McGregor

“Great things are happening at LaCasa!” is the answer when you ask Pam McGregor what’s new. Pam is our Resident Service Manager and Facility Coordinator, and her office is at Roosevelt Center. In July, an Open Gym program was started in the Roosevelt Center gym. Every...

What is Alternative Student Break?

From March 6 – 10 of this year, two groups of university students donated their spring break to improve Elkhart County.  LaCasa, Inc. has a long tradition of working with university volunteers through the Alternative Spring Break Program (sometimes called Alternative...

Great IDEA!

LaCasa, Inc. and Goshen College Partnering to Create Opportunities for More First-Generation Students Combining excellence in education with financial acumen, career orientation, and lowered student debt is a great idea for post-secondary students. LaCasa and Goshen...

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