It’s a self-described “happenin’ organization of 20- and 30- somethings who do care,” so my oldest son may be closer to the median age of YLNI than I am.
But many of YLNI’s goals match my own, which is why I stayed past my expiration date.
I’m not from around here, so I need some advice: What do I do instead? Where do I and other like-minded citizens find ways to make Fort Wayne a good city?
Here’s what I’m looking for:
An organization that ministers to the health and well-being of the city and its citizens.
And I mean “minister” in the broadest definition, not just in the religious sense — although obviously the religious sense is included, too. Answers can be
- neighborhood associations
- think tanks
- governmental committees
- business groups
any kind of group that has as one of its reasons for existence helping the city of Fort Wayne as a city. (Yes, New Haven groups are welcome to be listed.)
So leave a comment or send an email that includes the name of the group, a web site link or contact, and the reason you think it should be included in such a list. I hope to make this “How you can help” page a comprehensive resource for the city.
— Jon Swerens