Huntington Hometowns

Gleaners attacks child hunger in Indiana with 2 programs

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Hundreds of boxes are stacked on pallets at the Gleaners Food Bank of Indiana distribution center on the west side of Indianapolis.Read more

Wheeler Mission is more than homeless shelter

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Wheeler Mission has provided shelter to the homeless in Indianapolis for over 125 years, the oldest and largest...Read more

Metropolitan Youth Orchestra teaches life skills through music

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The program uses music rehearsal and performance to develop life skills from kindergarten through high school.Read more

JobSpark ignites path to career potential

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The annual JobSpark event at the state fairgrounds gave middle school students hands-on opportunities to check out dozens of potential careers.Read more

Former foster kid helping others with trauma of being moved from home to home

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The Children's Bureau has a program that is specifically designed for DCS kids who age out of the system.Read more

$100 trauma kits are saving lives in central Indiana

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A $100 kit in the hands of a police officer could mean the difference between life and death.Read more

Bike program helps get kids moving in the right direction

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Nine13sports is a non-profit organization that promotes health, wellness, and exercise for local youth.Read more

Meals on Wheels delivers daily meals to people who need a little help

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Meals on Wheels of Central Indiana delivers daily meals to people who need a little help preparing food and...Read more

Program refurbishes computers for people with disabilities

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INDATA volunteers are in charge of helping recycle electronics, erasing whatever data comes on each device, so it can be used by someone new.Read more

Chords of Love: 'Nobody leaves not knowing that they're loved'

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The group is called "Chords of Love" and it helps anyone who is disabled, a low-income senior, or battling a chronic or terminal illness like cancer.Read more

Organization matches people with learning disabilities with jobs

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Paul Berg got matched up with the people at Rooster's through an organization called Noble, which helps people with developmental disabilities.Read more

JA JobSpark helps 8th graders answer the 'what do you want to be' question

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"That's when I found out I don't want to do welding," said one student.Read more