Philanthropy and Community Involvement

Supporting and serving Indianapolis seniors and their families

Our calling is to care for others, not only our clients and their families, but in our community as well. That’s why we partner and support a number of agencies and programs in the Greater Indianapolis area that share our desire to make a difference in the lives of seniors and their families. Learn more about our philanthropic partners and how you can get involved and make a difference:

Alzheimer’s Association – The world’s leading voluntary health organization in Alzheimer’s care, support, and research.

Catholic Social Services / A Caring Place – A day program that provides a  safe environment for older adults with physical and cognitive challenges.

CICOA – Provides information, advocacy and support to help seniors and people of any age with a disability remain comfortably and safely at home.

Elder Friendly Communities /Reuben Center – Offers a range of services to support and assist older adults and their families as they adapt to the aging process.

Joy’s House – An adult day service devoted to safety, comfort and care for Guests (clients) who visit on a daily basis and their family caregivers.

Meals on Wheels – Promotes dignity and independent living for the homebound, through volunteer delivery of nutritious meals in the greater Indianapolis area, as well as parts of Boone, Hamilton and Johnson counties.

Rock Steady Boxing – Parkinson Awareness – Improves the quality of life for people battling Parkinson’s disease through non-contact, boxing inspired fitness training.

Still Waters Adult Day Care / Castleton United Methodist Church – A home away from home for adults who need supervised care. 

Community Organizations:

Midwest Foodbank – Meet the needs of the poor, hungry and those affected by disasters by gathering food donations from nationwide corporations and distributing them to social service organizations.

Sheppard Community – Helping families on the Indianapolis Near Eastside break the cycle of poverty.