The Indianapolis MLK Center does many amazing things to benefit the young community, today we got the chance to learn about the achievements of their Best Buy Teen Tech Center from Douglas Morris, the Best Buy Teen Tech Center coordinator. We also heard from David Hamilton of Rowe & Hamilton Law about how they’re supporting the MLK Center and why it’s so important to them. Here’s more from them:
The MLK Center is running a Capital Fundraising Campaign from April 5th to the April 22nd. We invite you to join us in impacting lives and make an investment in your community, as we education youth, empower families and build community.
Our total goal is $2.2 million! When we raise $1,000,000 we can get a $1,000,000 matching grant from The United Way of Central Indiana Capital Committee. We’re nearly there. Your support will go a long way.
You can make a one-time gift or a monthly donation that will continue to support our needs in the future. You can also make a multi-year pledge that will count toward our United Way match, or Text ‘MLKCENTER’ to 44-321 to make a one-time gift.
For more information visit the links below:
THIS SEGMENT IS SPONSORED BY THE MLK CENTER.
Child Advocates is hosting a game night fundraiser soon, and you don’t even have to leave your house to enjoy it!
Katy Cummings, chief advancement officer at Child Advocates joins us to tell us all about their upcoming event, explain what Child Advocates is and the need and how to get involved.
To support Child Advocates, you can help report abuse and neglect, become a volunteer or donate.
Their virtual game night is September 10th at 6 p.m. Entry costs $50 per team.
You can learn more about Child Advocates on their website.
To register for the game night click here.
THIS SEGMENT IS SPONSORED BY CHILD ADVOCATES.