Homeless youth ministry wins promo video

The local video production company Bennett Innovations will donate a $25,000 custom video to Outreach
, a Christian organization that ministers to homeless youth.

Bennett Innovation, which creates video
for advertising and corporate communications, decided in June to celebrate its 25th anniversary by awarding a pro bono video
project to charity.

President Bruce White said the firm received more than 50 applications.


Bennett staff was truly humbled to be asked to support so many great causes in central Indiana,” White said.

The selection committee chose Outreach partly because of its “potential life-changing impact to street youth in Indianapolis.”

Outreach will use the video in a community awareness campaign this fall.

“Youth homelessness
is a cruel and harsh reality in our city each night,” said Kim Luppino, director of stewardship. “We want everyone
to know they can help us in the journey to transform the lives of these young people, and help them become productive, and
self-sufficient adults.”

Outreach began in 1996. It has a drop-in center and offices at 2822 E. New York

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