EAS Foundation is planning to host a fundraiser on Aug. 29 at Twin Oaks Golf Course in Demark. “I think that this is what our foundation is about. It’s helping these communities,” says Christine Blohowiak, Elden’s mother. “A place that if you need money for something regarding addiction or a family of addiction, please let us know.” CLICK HERE to learn more about EAS Foundation.
EAS also funds programs and organizations that help those with addiction. The nonprofit has made donations to local sheriff’s offices to purchase Narcan to treat people who are overdosing on opioids.
Kyle Cropsey says, “We’ve given money to DarJune house, which helps people get off the streets into a sober living house. There’s so many different organizations around that we can give money to, so we’re trying to find new ones and just keep it going.” EAS Foundation is named for Elden Steinhoff. He died of a drug overdose in 2017. Action 2 News featured the nonprofit’s goals in a story in May.
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