TradeWinds discontinues electronics recycling

Press Release, March 2017

Effective immediately, TradeWinds Services will no longer participate in electronic recycling. After review, a decision was made to focus our resources on core services such as the Sign Shop, Textile Manufacturing, Packaging & Assembly and Community Employment/Work Solutions. TradeWinds Services will continue to enhance our training programs for people with disabilities to enhance skill levels to improve opportunities of employment in the community. For questions, call Lisa Tatina, 219-945-3116.

EDITORIAL: Budget move would help state’s most vulnerable

Written by the Editorial Board of The Times of Northwest Indiana. Published March 24, 2017.

GUEST COMMENTARY: Deaf Services bridges communication gap

Written by Debra Pamplona and published February 3, 2017 by The Times of Northwest Indiana.

TradeWinds nets grant to ease participants into workforce

Written by Correspondent Lu Ann Franklin for The Times of Northwest Indiana. Published December 22, 2017. 

Local agencies make holiday merry for adults with special needs

Published December 15, 2016 by The Times of Northwest Indiana

Late Andy Brennan hailed as TradeWinds hero

Published July 2, 2016 by The Times of Northwest Indiana

Electrical Workers Local 697 Donate $160,000

The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 697 and the local chapter of the National Electrical Contractors Association recently donated $160,000 to the TradeWinds Building Fund. Gathering for the donation were (from left) Dody Russell of Bellsom Electric and Tom Donovan of Tri-Electronics, representing the local chapter of the National Electrical Contractors Associations; John Gold, CEO of TradeWinds and Jim Dye, TradeWinds director; and Jason Surufka, Ryan Reithel, Dan Waldrop and Joree Richards, representing IBEW Local 697. TradeWinds Services, founded in 1966 to serve people with special needs, is moving from its current Gary location to a newer facility in Hobart. The Hobart building was donated to TradeWinds by anonymous donor and is currently under renovation. |