Project Home Indy

strong mothers, strong children – for generations

Project Home Indy

strong mothers, strong children – for generations

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Join us at the Speakeasy: May 7, 2015, 5-7 pm 

Shhhhhhhh... Join us on May 7 at the Indiana Landmarks Center for a speakeasy-style cocktail hour fundraiser to support the good work of Project Home Indy. Hors d'oeuvres, beer, wine, live music, period dancers, silent auction, and even a few feather boas will make this an evening to remember. Donations will be accepted to help homeless teen moms and their babies achieve self-sufficiency.

Have fun with friends while supporting a great cause. And remember, you will need the password to get in! 

It'll be ducky. It'll be jake. It'll be even better if you join us! Click here for tickets.

 

Bipartisan Team to Mini-Marathon to Support Project Home Indy

Politicians run against each other at election time, but a bipartisan trio has found a reason to run together this May. Indianapolis City/County Council Vice President John Barth, Councillor Jeff Miller and State Rep. Christina Hale will be running the OneAmerica 500 Festival Mini-Marathon to support local nonprofit Project Home Indy. Barth, Miller and Hale are asking supporters to donate $20 to sponsor their mini-run on Saturday, May 2Barth, a Project Home Indy board member, said, "I'm proud to support the 500 Festival and Project Home Indy, two important nonprofit organizations in Indianapolis. Project Home Indy serves a critical function in our city, helping at-risk young women get on the right track to self-sufficiency." Miller, who represents a southside district, said, "I'm excited to have the opportunity to use my love of running the Mini-Marathon as a way to bring attention to Project Home Indy and the work they do in Indianapolis." 

Thank you for supporting Project Home Indy with this run! Click here to donate.

 

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Project Home Indy is committed to providing a holistic and culturally sensitive approach to providing services and programs to young families in need. Unlike the more common maternity home model, PHI provides a long-term residential environment where program opportunities are structured based on a custom, person-centered case management framework.

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Everyday donors and volunteers provide the foundation for our organization. Without you, PHI would not be able to provide support to young families in need. Learn how you can put forth your talents to make a difference today.

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The Project Home provides a stable, healthy and supportive environment for teen mothers to excel on their path to independence. Residents also receive an array of health services and educational programs.

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