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YOU can make a difference. By supporting Leadership Whitley County with a contribution, YOU help empower a diverse group of individuals to increase their community awareness, grow servant leadership skills, and improve the quality of life in Whitley County.

Since 2001, almost 300 individuals have graduated from the program. Projects such as the Blue River Brush Up, LWC Young Adult Initiative, Domestic Violence Task Force, Morsches Park Splash Pad and the 21st Century Scholars Program have become realities thanks to class efforts.

When you support LWC with a financial gift, your return on investment is growing individuals who will make a lasting impact in the workplace and in the community. All donations are tax deductible, and can be made through the Community Foundation of Whitley County. Click the button below to help support Leadership Whitley County.

 

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“During my career I have been to many leadership classes around the country. I have never been through a leadership training that I feel has so much to offer. The training taught me several ideas I will use in my career and beyond.   This training is geared for the well-being of this community, which is likely why I feel I took so much away from it. I can’t thank my classmates enough. I have grown so close to them I now have an emotional foot hold with them and some of their families. I hope they feel the same way. I know some are saying it can’t be that good. Yes, it was. It exceeded all expectations I had for the program. I challenge anyone interested in a better community to try to complete this program.”
– Marc Gatton, Class 12, Whitley County Sheriff’s Department