Street outreach. Housing referrals and documentations. Assistance with attaining personal goals. Gatherings to provide food and necessities (500 meals & 40+ gals. of coffee a week). Legal advocacy. IDOC release guidance. Identification assistance. Addictions referrals. Healthcare advocacy.


Moramay Smiles is a philanthropic organization focusing on providing college scholarships for Central Indiana young adults who have lost a parent to breast cancer or have a parent who is a breast cancer survivor. Moramay passed away in 2013 at the age of 51 after her second bout with breast cancer. She was known by many for her kind disposition and her beautiful smile. Moramay was passionate about the importance of education. The scholarship program, honoring the memory of such a wonderful lady, is designed to ease the financial burdens faced by families dealing with breast cancer.


A not-for-profit outpatient pediatric rehabilitation clinic, TherAplay provides physical therapy and occupational therapy for special-needs children ages 18 months to 13 years. Our talented team incorporates the movement of horses, through an innovative therapy called hippotherapy into pediatric physical and occupational therapy sessions.


Ovar’coming Together’s Mission is three-fold:

1. To create awareness among women and the greater community regarding early warning signs that may be indicative of ovarian cancer, resulting in earlier detection;
2. To provide resources for support, networking, and education for women diagnosed with ovarian cancer and their caregivers, and
3. To support research initiatives dedicated to ovarian cancer including finding mechanisms for early detection and a cure.


Military life is difficult – men and women selflessly serve our nation, while working for little pay, putting their life on the line, and dealing with the secondary affects that can tear families apart. WISH for OUR HEROES wanted to provide resources to the “average” military member, in order to make their deployments a little easier, and to improve the quality of their family lives while home or during deployment. If we can put a smile on the faces of our military members or their loved ones, or give them a small break from the trials and tribulations of their daily lives, then we are doing our job.