When You Give with Your PSCU Card, They Get Even More!
When you use your PSCU debit or credit card to give to local charitable organizations, you have the chance to make your donations go even further! Each month, PSCU will randomly select seven (7) transactions made at local charitable organizations, and match the donations (up to $35 each)
If you are a local charitable organization, you can have your charity listed for FREE along with the chance to win additional donations from PSCU. Your listing can include your logo, organization summary, address, phone number and a link to your website/donations page. To submit your organization’s listing, click here and select the “Charity” category.
Nationally Known - Locally Active. For more than 100 years, Big Brothers Big Sisters has operated under the belief that every child inherently has the ability to succeed and thrive in life. The nation’s largest donor-supported and volunteer-supported mentoring network, we make meaningful, monitored matches between adult volunteers – our Bigs – and youth – our Littles – ages 6 through 22, in communities across the country. We develop positive relationships that have a direct and lasting effect on the lives of young people – particularly youth from disadvantaged socioeconomic demographics. Our programs operate in 12 counties throughout Northeast Indiana & Southern Michigan.
Birthday bags are filled by volunteers with everything needed for a party, gifts are included, and the bags are distributed to children in need throughout the area (currently through the food bank system.) Families get to celebrate with their children, and donors get to experience the joy of giving. Everyone wins!
Our mission is to serve all those in need as Christ calls us to do. No matter your race, ethnicity, religion, gender, or affiliations, we help everyone. Not because they are Catholic, but because we are. We are independently operated from Catholic Charities USA and the Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend.
Community Harvest Food Bank is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit
charitable organization operating in the state of Indiana with the mission to alleviate hunger through the full use of donated food and other resources.
Our Mission: Encourage the child, heal the horses, strengthen the family and share the message of hope.
We deliver unique ranch experiences that last a lifetime. Through our trained horses and skilled leaders, we engage and connect with kids 4-18 with a wide range of backgrounds, creating memorable ranch stories, unforgettable experiences and positive, life-affirming lessons.
Volunteer led programs to enable low income individuals work toward self reliance. Our programs include Third World Gift Shop selling handmade gifts to support the artisans, employment experience in printing/graphics, building maintenance., computer & bookkeeping, and community educational programs concerning poverty and how to help as a volunteer
Homebound Meal, Inc of Fort Wayne, Indiana is a 501(c)(3) charity that delivers medically tailored meals to clients who, due to age, illness, or disability, cannot provide adequate meals for themselves. For many people this support allows them to remain in their own home. For others, it is a short-term assistance when a medical problem occurs and they are unable to prepare meals.
Since its inception in 2010, the Fort Wayne Pet Food Pantry has been providing no-cost pet food to neighbors in need in our community. In doing so, the organization has helped keep pets in loving homes while reducing shelter intakes and euthanasia.
International House is a non-profit non-denominational Christian organization committed to sharing the love and light of Jesus Christ with refugees and other internationals living in the Fort Wayne area.
Literacy changes lives. Our mission is to empower people and strengthen community through education. Since 1972, the Fort Wayne region has generously supported The Literacy Alliance’s programs through commitments of time and money. Donors and volunteers are vital necessities as The Literacy Alliance strives to reach the 30,000 adults in our area who do not have high school diplomas. Your gifts will help us meet our goal of ending adult illiteracy.
At Turnstone, we create possibilities. Turnstone is Northeast Indiana's only free-standing not-for-profit organization providing a comprehensive continuum of supportive services addressing the unique needs of people with disabilities and their families. The agency is governed by a passionate board of directors and is known for its highly professional staff of licensed professionals including physical, occupational, speech and recreation therapists, fitness specialists, social workers, and educators.