Philanthropy is not about the people doing the work but is always about the people we serve and the difference we can make together.
—Brittany, director of development at Hamilton County Community Foundation

The trail is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, no matter the weather. We clear it of snow and ice, we keep it well lit, we keep it protected, and we keep it safe and accessible. It’s been really fun to see this organization grow and to be a part of transforming it from just one person to the great team that we’ve put together.
—Kären, executive director at Indianapolis Cultural Trail: a Legacy of Gene & Marilyn Glick

I have a best friend that I don’t get to see anymore because I moved schools. So I look forward to coming to camp here because I get to spend time with her here in the summers. And I also meet new friends. Without camp at Edna Martin, I’d be doing nothing all summer. When I go home, I see other kids around that don’t go to camp, and they’ve just been messing around on their phones all day.
—Lauren, camper and student at Edna Martin Christian Center

We help a lot of folks that don’t have identification. No drivers license, no birth certificate, no social security card. We help them piece together various documentation and records to obtain an ID.
—Nicole, street outreach supervisor at Horizon House

First, I want to entertain. Second, I want to educate. Third, I want to inspire.
—Bob, teaching artist with Arts for Learning

I love the mission. It’s very much needed. For communities of color, it’s a safe place for us to feel comfortable. For people who might be HIV positive, or who need to be linked to care. Or to be loved on. Or to be supported. This is a hub for them.
—Deidra, IMAGE program coordinator at Brothers United

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