The community speaks out in many ways. We hear from the community on social media, we hear from the community when they knock on our doors, we hear from the community in structured community meetings, and we hear from the community through events we produce like place-making events, art projects, etc. The days when you […]Read More.
What makes Brothers United great is that we’re on the ground. We have a great relationship with our community—a great connection. The most rewarding part of my job is working with an individual one-on-one and seeing a light go off —when it clicks for them. Whether it’s ‘I get why it’s important to take my […]Read More.
I would like to think that the future is bright and that more and more schools and decision makers will see the importance of the arts. I love just seeing the reaction of the children that are participating in the programs. Either when they’re actually participating in something and creating something or when it’s passive, […]Read More.
I’ve lived here for 45 years, and I love Indy’s accessibility. You can do anything you’d like to do very easily. I’d suggest that new people get involved in organizations based on your interest. That’s how you meet new people and discover new things. —Stephen, participant in Indy UltimateRead More.
Stopover took me on a journey that I never thought I’d be on. It showed me the ways that my mother and father couldn’t show me. Stopover gives back to the community for kids who need help—showing them that they can be better than what people tell them and that there’s another way to get […]Read More.