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  • Every Penny Counts

    “In the year 2015, I made a commitment that whatever money I found on the street, I would put in a jar designated for Outreach. During 2016, I followed the same practice. Sometimes we don’t even think about how much money can be gained by what is found everywhere we go. In 2015, I was […]

  • Eat to Feed Homeless Youth

    Looking for a great restaurant? Want to support homeless youth? We have a great way for you to do both.   During the month of January Lincoln Square Pancake House in Irvington is donating 5% of your total bill to Outreach when you print off this flyer and present it to your server when you […]

  • For Parents Only

    In this video, Mike who is a parent himself, shares ideas with parents on ways to engage their children in conversations and activities this holiday season about homelessness. Here is the list of resources he referenced: Outreach Audio tour: http://outreachindiana.org/outreach-audio-tour/ Watch Blind Side Here: Amazon Video  Calvin Fletchers  Lincoln Square Pancake House Flyer: Click Here Greatest […]

  • A way to Give to Outreach

    Over the last few weeks as the end of the year approaches we receive inquiries from individuals that desire to support our work through a financial contribution. Sometime the gift is through the liquidation of stock, donation from an IRA, or a gift from a charitable advised fund. All of these are a tremendous blessing […]

  • #GivingTuesday

    Today is #GivingTuesday! We are thankful to RJE and Knoll who are matching all donations that come in today up to $10,000. This is a great way to help give home to homeless youth and help your donations go further.

  • 20 Years in the Making… Jessica’s Story

    Jessica Parks is known as the diva of the group at Outreach, to which she replies, “Get diva-licious. You don’t have to look like what you’re going through.” Somehow, no matter where she sleeps, she always manages to be dressed up, outfit completed with matching accessories. You’d never know from looking at her that she’s […]

  • 20 Years in the Making- Bethany’s Story

    When Bethany first came to Outreach, she wasn’t necessarily homeless. She somehow slipped under the radar and into Outreach’s GED classes. She had been stable throughout elementary and middle school but changed high schools every semester until she signed herself out at 18. She was continuously bullied and struggled with a learning disability that didn’t help […]

  • A Better Way to Give?

    A Better Way to Give? Scott Goldsmith When you write a monthly check to Outreach, have you ever considered that there may be a better way to support Outreach than by sending a check? Maybe you have a mutual fund portfolio that has done well over the years….or maybe your grandma gave you some stock […]

  • 20 Years in the Making- Bryant’s Story

    Born in Indy, Bryant Smith says he won’t leave the Near East Side until he sees it change. He’s a natural born activist with magnetic charisma and a knack for telling stories. Bryant grew up in what he describes as “the best house in the worst neighborhoods.” As far as he’s concerned, he lived a […]

  • Outreach’s 2015 Annual Report

    Outreach’s 2015 Annual Report is now available. Inside you will find stories from our youth, volunteer stories, and other highlights from Outreach’s year.  Click Here to read Outreach’s Annual Report