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RUN(317) Speedway - The Speedway Lions Club serve our community. It’s that Simple, and it has been since we began in Speedway in 1939. Our club is a place where individuals join together to give their valuable time and effort to improving our community and the world. Our primary fundraiser is parking for Indianapolis Motor Speedway events. We also host an annual pancake breakfast to raise funds. We distribute our funds throughout the community. We support a variety of causes including scholarships for students, parks department programming, community organizations, and school programs.
When you become a Lion, you become part of a global network of volunteers working together to make a difference. There are over 48,000 Lions Clubs around the world. Each is filled with people who have decided to take action and serve others. Lions form unique friendships and meaningful connections that can last a lifetime. At the heart of Lions clubs there is one constant: service. Giving your time and energy to others is a fantastic way to help your community. Yet, it also provides a great feeling for you that can spread and have a positive impact in your life and how you approach the world.
RUN(317) Butler-Tarkington - Since 2001, School on Wheels’ mission has been to provide one-on-one tutoring and educational advocacy for school-aged children experiencing homelessness. We equip these children with the educational tools necessary to achieve success in life and break the cycle of homelessness through two key programs: Tutors in Action and Ignite Learning. Through Tutors in Action we use nearly 400 volunteer tutors, and partner with nine shelter locations and four public schools to provide academic intervention programs to students in grades K – 12 up to four times each week. Ignite Learning is our program dedicated to engaging the parents of these students, helping them become the best advocates for their child’s education. Our programs work together to create a web of support for the homeless children and families in Indianapolis, connecting teachers, schools and service partners to meet the academic needs of those children who need it most.
RUN(317) Carmel Village of WestClay - Kids’ Voice is a prevention organization that deters abused, neglected, and endangered children from experiencing or re-experiencing abuse and/or neglect.Kids’ Voice of Indiana protects endangered children by providing legal education, child advocacy and family visitation through three programs:
1. Derelle Watson-Duvall Children’s Law Center of Indiana – maintains an educational website with articles, videos, case law, and other information relating to children’s law in Indiana. An electronic format of the CHINS Deskbook (go-to guide for all things CHINS and family law in Indiana) can be found on our website as well. The Law Center also takes phone calls from judges, attorneys and the general public with questions on navigating children’s law issues.
2. Bette J. Dick Guardian ad Litem (GAL) for Kids Program – represents the best interest of abused, neglected and endangered children in custody and guardianship cases in Marion County, using trained volunteers and staff attorneys. Typically, the Court needs a 3rd party unbiased view into the child’s situation before deciding if a parent or other person should have custody or parenting time with a child. We try to ensure that a child is placed in a safe and stable environment.
3. Jenny Miller Safe Child Parenting Time Program – provides a neutral and safe place for a child to visit a non-custodial parent
RUN(317) Fountain Square - Keep Indianapolis Beautiful, Inc. is a nonprofit organization with a mission to engage diverse communities to create vibrant public places, helping people and nature thrive. Since 1976, KIB has helped its neighbors plant more than 40,000 trees and has been supported by more than one thousand individual donors towards those efforts. KIB accomplishes these goals through community driven, hands-on programs and initiatives to create vibrant public places. Keep Indianapolis Beautiful is a 501c(3), private, not-for-profit organization, and an award-winning affiliate of Keep America Beautiful, Inc. (KAB), the national organization dedicated to preserving the natural beauty and environment in American communities.
Each year, KIB supports an average of 500 community improvement projects with more than 30,000 volunteers. For the past three decades, we’ve partnered with neighborhoods, the public sector, and Indianapolis community groups and businesses to achieve our vision for a beautiful city.
Keep Indianapolis Beautiful, Inc. sees a vibrant city, with every neighborhood landscape thriving and well, and its people empowered, mobilized, and devoted toward that vision. The result: a city defined by strong neighborhoods; inspired places; and a clean, flourishing environment.
KIB relies upon the generous donations of people like you to continue its mission. We hope you will consider supporting our work to “green up” and clean up Indianapolis!
What your donation can do because every dollar counts:
$10 will buy 12 pairs of gloves
$15 will buy a flat of native flowers
$30 will buy 2 cubic yards of mulch
$75 will buy 4 cubic yards of soil
$100 will buy one 8′ tree with 1-2″ trunk width