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Church-led food pantries prepare for growing season

As the spring showers ebb, the growing season brings about a new set of challenges for food insecure families. Although Indianapolis has food assistance from...

Q & A: Remembering women during Women’s History Month

The Women's Fund of Central Indiana celebrates and uplifts women both during and outside of Women’s History Month.   As March comes to a close, the...

Small ways to make a difference on Global Recycling Day

Celebrate Global Recycling Day on March 18 by giving some household items a second life. Two of the most important things to know about recycling...

‘We’ll meet you where you are’: Local agencies offering DV survivors a helping hand

If you are experiencing domestic abuse, help is available. The National Domestic Violence Hotline is 800-799-7233. Since the pandemic, Indianapolis has seen a significant increase...

Churches start free group therapy sessions for Black men

What began as a onetime men’s fellowship breakfast is now a mental health movement to create a safe space for Black men in churches across the city.
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