They are the Heart of Our Community – people who have a profound impact in the lives of others. WTHR and Franciscan Alliance are excited to begin a new series of reports that profile Hoosiers who have overcome obstacles and are inspiring others, or people who have made a significant difference in our community. There are untold stories of courage, compassion, and selfless service in Central Indiana and we want to celebrate and honor people who have those qualities.
If you would like to share more of the good news in our community, we would love to have you help us identify stories for this series. Please submit your idea by clicking here. If your story is chosen for air, you will be contacted.
Thank you for helping us showcase people who give so much to their community.
A family in Fishers dedicates hundreds of hours and dollars to training service dogs for people in need. The Wright family has been raising puppies for more than six years. Zeller is one of 58 serviceMore >>
A family in Fishers dedicates hundreds of hours and dollars to training service dogs for people in need. The Wright family has been raising puppies for more than six years.More >>
An Indianapolis woman living with a terminal disease is inspiring those around her with her outlook. Joanne Scifres, affectionately called "Jo" is dying, but is intent on living the best she can in whateverMore >>
An Indianapolis woman living with a terminal disease is inspiring those around her with her outlook.More >>
If you're facing a health issue, it can lift your spirits to know that people care. Ribbon Salon and Spa in Broad Ripple offers free spa services, every Monday, to women and men going through cancer treatment. If you would like to support the Spa's non-profit foundation called "Spa for a Cause", learn more at http://www.ribbonsalon.comMore >>
Bill Hutson is a truck driver by trade, but his passion is helping others with his hands. "It's the best feeling in the world," said Hutson. "It absolutely is. There's no better thing in the world toMore >>
Ten years ago, Bill Hutson and his wife Pam realized there was a huge need for minor home repair work for the elderly and disabled. They created the non-profit group called Table Talk Ministries.More >>