|The Providence Award
The Providence Award is the highest award given to a Providence Cristo Rey student. This year, the honor goes to Senior As'Samada Abdul-Haqq for her exemplary achievement in the classroom and on the athletic fields and courts.
Students from Arsenal Tech High School pitched their business ideas during the Dreamapolis PitchFeast on April 29th. Read the full story to see the winning idea.
|A "Novel" Idea
Hamilton Southeastern Junior High School Library doesn't charge monetary fines for student's overdue books. Instead, the Library asks students to donate one canned good, or other non-perishable food item, for every week a book is overdue.
|Running for a Cure
The lengths to which parents will go for their children. Heather Sanders has started a movement to find a cure for her stepdaughter's rare disease.
|Carmel H.S. Ambassadors
The Carmel High School Ambassadors, a nationally ranked show choir, was among the main attraction at Disneyland Paris' 50th Anniversary celebration of "It's A Small World" on April 10th, 2014.
|Comcast Cares Day
More than 1,500 local Comcast employees, their family members, friends and community partners "made change happen" as a part of Comcast Cares Day.
Angela Cain was honored to emcee a breakfast for Canine Companions for Independence and loved the beautiful bond between the dogs and the people who receive them.
|Caregiver of the Year
Mark Lee of Indianapolis was named the 2014 Caregiver of the Year by CICOA Aging & In-Home Solutions. He is one of the estimated 65.7 million people in the United States who provide care for an elderly or disabled family member.
Pro Football Hall of Famer, Chris Carter, giving hope to people overcoming addictions. He spoke at the Fairbanks Circle of Hope Dinner in Indy. Chris told us he has been sober for 8,622 days - overcoming a crack cocaine and alcohol addiction in 1990
"Cinderella Story" is a Central Indiana Volunteer group that collects new and donated Prom Dresses to give, for free, to teens in need and Riley Hospital children at their annual
Students from 13 congregations representing Christians, Jewish, Muslim and Hindu faiths hosted a "Kenya Carnival" in March. They're raising money to fund school tuitions for students in Kenya.
|8-year old Makes Bracelets for WWII Veterans
Meet Allie, an 8-year old from Indiana who creates red, white, and blue rainbow loom bracelets for each WWII Vet flying on an Indy Honor Flight.