Stepping Stones Shelter for Women
The Stepping Stones Shelter for Women, alert to the problems of domestic violence existing at all socioeconomic levels in American Society and, perpetuating itself from generation to generations, associate ourselves to work towards its elimination and, to offer refuge and services to its victims in our area. They help the La Porte County and surrounding counties, women and children in domestic violence situations. ITRCC employees have collected and donated over 400 items for the shelter including shampoo, conditioners, soaps, dental product and feminine products.
St. Margret’s House
The mission of St. Margaret’s House is to improve the lives of women and children by providing individual attention to their immediate needs. ITRCC employees donated more than 600 toys and candy for the children’s Easter baskets.
Put the Phone Down (Launch)
ITRCC, the Indiana State Police and Indiana Motor Truck Association are dedicated to keeping the Indiana Toll Road as safe as possible. Our Put Down The Phone distracted driving campaign helped to make the Indiana Toll Road the safest it can be.
Portage Travel Plaza Grand Opening (Ribbon Cutting)
ITRCC in partnership with Sunoco was part of the Portage Travel Plaza’s Grand Opening in April.
Put the Phone Down-Gary Railcats
ITRCC sponsored the Gary Railcats, for its 2017 season. As part of the sponsorship, ITRCC employees attended home games throughout the season to help promote the “Put the Phone Down” campaign.
Division of Supplier Diversity of North Central Indiana Business Presentation
ITRCC employees participated in the Division of Supplier Diversity of North Central Indiana Business Presentation at St. Mary’s University where they presented financial information and Indiana Toll Road history to suppliers of Northern Indiana promoting diversity and WMBE businesses.
Parkside PTO – Playground Restructure
ITRCC employees volunteered alongside Goshen Mayor Jeremy Stutsman, the Goshen High School football team, Parkside PTO, and the Goshen City Counsel Student Liason to help build a new playground for Parkside Elementary. The playground had not been updated in nearly two decades.
Howe, Indiana Travel Plaza Opening Ceremony
ITRCC in partnership with Sunoco was part of the Howe Travel Plaza Opening Ceremony. Two new state-of-the-art plaza facilities opened their doors to the public on July 3; Gene S. Porter Travel Plaza for drivers on the eastbound side and Ernie Pyle Travel Plaza for the westbound side.
In celebration of the plaza’s opening in the community, a joint grant of $7,500 was made by HMSHost Foundation, ITR Concession Company LLC, and Sunoco to the Faith Mission of Elkhart, Inc. whose mission is to fight the root causes of poverty. Faith Mission is a locally-based social service agency which provides food, shelter, clothing and other services for homeless individuals.
July 4 Parade/Fireworks – 80/90 PUSH and Put the Phone Down
On July 4th, 2017 ITRCC employees rode a float in the Independence Day Parade in LaPorte, sponsored by the LaPorte Jaycees as part of the “Put the Phone Down” campaign. The float was another way to spread the message of safety on the Indiana Toll Road to the hundreds of residents at the parade.
Elkhart Riverwalk Grand Prix – Put the Phone Down
ITRCC sponsored the Elkhart Riverwalk Grand Prix where employees spread the word for the “Put the Phone Down” campaign to the residents of Elkhart County. Many Numerous residents took the pledge to “Put the Phone Down.” at the Grand Prix.
First Annual: Back 2 School Bash
ITRCC, together with LIVE 99.9 hosted the first annual “Back 2 School Bash” to make a difference throughout the community. Sprenger Health Care, Rieth-Riley Construction, the Indiana State Police, and Hacienda Restaurants helped promote “Put the Phone Down” safety campaign to raise awareness and collect school supplies to help children to achieve greatness within our local education systems.
TIPAC Golf Outing (IMTA)
ITRCC employees attended the TIPCAC golf outing hosted by the Indiana Motor Trucking Association, the creators of “Put the Phone Down” campaign. ITRCC employees had the opportunity to speak with many roadway business leaders.