The success of Lemonade Day relies on all members of the community coming together for a common purpose – to train the next generation of entrepreneurs, civic leaders and engaged citizens.  At its core, the Lemonade Day program helps kids thrive by building 26 of the Search Institute’s 40 Developmental Assets®.  Studies of more than 2.2 million young people consistently show that the more assets young people have, the less likely they are to engage in a wide range of high-risk behaviors and the more likely they are to succeed. Assets have power for all young people, regardless of their gender, economic status, family or race/ethnicity.

Parents take note when businesses make a contribution to future generations. Featured on Lemonade Day’s website, at events, and in printed materials, sponsors enjoy unique exposure demonstrating their commitment to the future of our youth and country.


Thank You to Our Junior Achievement & Lemonade Day 2015 Sponsors!

1st Source Bank

Alpha Systems

Beacon Health Systems

Bill Deputy Foundation

Centier Bank

Chase Bank

Elkhart County Community Foundation

Foremost Fabricators

Grand Design RV

Heritage Financial

Indiana Michigan Power

Irions Family Foundation

JA Wagner Construction

Kem Krest Corporation

Kruggel Lawton

Lippert Components

Newmar Corporation


North American Forest Products

Old National Bank

Patrick Industries

PNC Bank

Teachers Credit Union

The Ridge Company

Welch Packaging

Welch Supply