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Public Advocates in Community re-Entry will host its third annual fundraiser, “Artspoken: Expression Without Reserve,” at 6 p.m. Oct. 22 on the PACE Facebook page.

The fundraiser will include stories from people who have been impacted by incarceration so others can learn about the difficulties related to reentry. There will also be art made by people impacted by incarceration.

Visit bidpal.net/artspoken to view the event schedule, browse the list of items available in the silent auction, make a donation and learn more about PACE.

Faith & Action Project awards grants

Faith & Action Project at Christian Theological Seminary awarded four grants totaling $100,000 to efforts aimed at breaking the cycle of poverty in Indianapolis.

Public Advocates in Community re-Entry (PACE) received $25,000 to help remove barriers for people coming out of prison.

Faith IN Indiana received $30,000 for programs and policies to reduce incarceration and the impact incarceration has on employment, income and economic self-sufficiency.

Englewood Community Development Corporation received $30,000 to continue developing relationships between the community and two nearby schools, Purdue Polytechnic High School and Paramount School of Excellence.

Hovey Street Church of Christ received $15,000 to expand its Evolve Ministry for teens struggling with trauma and to educate the community about overcoming mental and physical poverty.

Holiday drive

Communities in Schools of Indiana (CIS) is accepting clothings, coats, shoes and gifts for students served in the metropolitan school districts of Decatur Township, Lawrence Township and Pike Township.

CIS site coordinators make home visits and home food deliveries. Duties have increased during the COVID-19 pandemic

Those interested in sponsoring a family or child should visit cisindiana.org/2020-holiday-drive/.

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