UWCI News and Stories
The kitchen at Wheeler Mission is a bustling place. Each day, their staff serves breakfast, lunch and dinner to dozens of individuals who are homeless and in need.
"Dana" had a nagging worry that something in the house was causing her kids' illnesses. A thorough home inspection revealed mold in the basement as well as wiring, roofing, plumbing and structural problems.
Concerned that her daughter’s language and reading skills were significantly below her grade level, Sophie’s mother enrolled her in the Barbara B. Jordan YMCA’s Summer Roundup program.
Five years ago, Brenda found herself homeless, pregnant, and with no means of support. Fast forward to today: she’s a first time homeowner.
Each year, the Ronald McDonald House honors volunteer supporters. One award is the Helping Hands Award which recognizes individuals, organizations and businesses who have responded to the needs of our families through generous in-kind gifts and support of their mission.
By most anyone’s standards, Terron at age 22 had a lot on his plate. He was working full time while also studying to earn an undergraduate degree at IUPUI.
The Schaffer’s were a perfect family. They had stability, financial security and three beautiful children. Then, in early 2013, 41-year-old mom Stefani was diagnosed with Stage 2 breast cancer and their perfect world seemed to shatter around them.
Early childhood education across Indiana will grow stronger as two organizations continue their longstanding commitment to improve the quality of programs for children birth to age five.
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