Local Students Are Making This Year Uncommonly Good

Goshen’s Year of Goodness • Good of Goshen

Published Jan. 2018

During the 2017 State of the City Address, Mayor Jeremy Stutsman officially named March 2017 through March 2018 Goshen’s “Year of Goodness.” Stutsman’s idea was simple: He wanted to inspire acts of kindness … starting with Goshen’s youngest residents.

After raising $18,000 in donations, the mayor gave each school in Goshen $1,750 to spend on projects that would give back to the community. From making blankets to donate to The Window, Inc., a social service agency, to donating books to children at Goshen Health to handing out gift cards to Kroger shoppers, students from across the city have truly done incredible things … and made this year uncommonly good.

Editor • Liz Shenk
Videography • Abby Shetler

Do you have a story you want to tell?

Do you have a story to tell about someone who contributes to Goshen’s greater GOOD?

We invite you to share!