Given the continuing rise of Covid cases, effective 1/11/22, Generations will be closed to the public for the remainder of January.  Our intention is to re-open to the public on February 1.

During this closure, the Center will continue its commitment to our meal programs.  We will continue to provide M-F deliveries to our homebound Meals on Wheels clients, and we will continue to provide M-F take-out meals to our Center Participants.  Masks are required in our building at all times.  Registration is still required for take-out meals.  See below. 

All in-person activities and day trips for the remainder of January will be cancelled.

The staff will remain divided on teams to ensure that if there is a staff exposure we have the ability to continue meal service using the non-exposed staff team.

There will be no Meals on Wheels delivery on Monday, January 17.  

Take Out Meals are available for ordering on Monday-Friday.  No dine-in meals are being served at this time. Click here for further details, menu listings, and ordering procedures.  

Virtual Program Offerings are still being offered!  Click here for full details, then scroll down the page. 


COVID-19 Updates


Give at Work

Giving to Generations of Indian Valley through your workplace is easy – and it can be a lot of fun, too! You can designate Generations through your workplace’s United Way campaign or host a fundraising event.

Throw a PhilanthroParty

Organize a fundraising event at your office to benefit Generations of Indian Valley. It’s a great way to bond with your coworkers and show your workplace’s commitment to building a stronger community. 

Pick an Event

The sky’s the limit with ways to fundraise at work. Here are a few suggestions – but don’t be afraid to get creative and do whatever works best with your office culture.

Happy Hour

Find a favorite watering hole that will donate a portion of that night’s food and drink purchases to GIV. Host a happy hour with a suggested “cover charge”.

Karaoke

Challenge each other to sing particular songs for a donation. The harder the song, the higher the charge!

Blue Jean Fridays

Get the ok from your management team to wear jeans in exchange for a donation. You can do it by the day, week or month!

Contact Generations

When you’re ready to move forward, let us know what you’re up to. Why not email Amy Stover at astover@generationsofiv.org or Doug Eschbach at deschbach@generationsofiv.org.

Find Out if Your Company or Organization Will Match Funds

Many workplaces will support their employees’ community investment by matching part or all of the money raised during a fundraiser. Check with your human resources or finance department to find out how to bolster your PhilanthroParty with a matching gift from your organization.

Pick a Date, Set a Goal and Spread the Word

Pick an event date and set a goal for the amount you want to raise. Give yourself several weeks to let everyone know what’s happening.  This suggested timetable for marketing your event at work will help you stay organized!

Collect Donations

You can set up your own specialized fundraising page for your event using Razoo, GIV’s preferred online fundraising tool.

Customize your fundraising page with company logos, videos, and links to Facebook.

Go to www.razoo.com to get started, and follow this step-by-step guide if you need help along the way.