Heartland Hospice needs volunteers all over central Indiana to help cover needs of patients and families going through a difficult time. No experience necessary. They provide training and find a match that works well with location and schedule. Contact Dana Criss at Heartland Hospice at 317-251-3012 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Red Rose Trans Inc., 2941 Hearthside Drive, Greenwood, 46143, chapter 11 reorganization, liabilities and assets unavailable.
May 19-20: INstateREIA First Annual Conference, Broadmoor Country Club,2155 W. Kessler Blvd. To register, go to www.CIREIA.ORG. CALENDAR OF EVENTS tab and click on May 19; call Vickie at 317-670-8491, or email INstateREIAmarketing@gmail.com. Check out FACEBOOK.COM/IndianaStateREIA.
Senior Home Companions, an Indianapolis-owned company offering non-medical, in-home care services, announces a partnership with the Department of Veterans Affairs in Indiana to provide home-based care to veterans in the greater Indianapolis area at no cost to the veteran.
Drop off donations at any Goodwill of Central & Southern Indiana location during April to assist those experiencing homelessness in our community. Tell employees your donation is on behalf of Salesforce. Each bag of clothing donated will result in a $5 Goodwill voucher for CHIP, which will then be distributed throughout the community to directly help individuals & families experiencing homelessness. Questions, email Zachary Alexander.
Camptown to benefit from Trailblazer Breakfast April 27 at 7-8:30 a.m. at the 502 Event Center, 502 Carmel Drive. “Sustainability at SIA: Protecting Our Environment through Innovation,” featured speaker, Tom Easterday, Subaru of Indiana. Free admission, RSVP required. Sponsorships available: $750-$2,500. Contact Don Schafer at email@example.com. To register: www.camptown.net/breakfast or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Chaucie’s Place to benefit from Friends of Chaucie’s Place Breakfast April 27 at 7:30 a.m. at Ritz Charles, 12156 N. Meridian St., Carmel. Jenna Quinn, keynote speaker. Contact wedoauctions.net/chauciesplace.
Indiana Landmarks to benefit from Rescue Party, A Night in Cuba, on April 28 at Indiana Landmark’s Center, 1201 Central Ave., from 6-11 p.m. Festive attire, tropical flair optional. Tickets: $75 which comes with a raffle ticket, or $125 patron, accompanied by two raffle tickets. Or you can reserve a private Salón for 10 or 20 people at $150/person ($90/person is tax deductible), with each person getting two raffle tickets. Contact 800-450-4534.
Trusted Mentors to benefit from Fresh Start Bike Tour on April 28 from 2-4:30 p.m. Bike Tour/4:30-6 p.m. After-Party. Tickets: $39 per person. Contact email@example.com.
Morning Light Inc. was presented with $10,000 from Rotary Club of Indianapolis to purchase awnings for the Abbie Hunt Bryce Home. Their Memorial Garden will be renamed The Rotary Memorial Garden.
Assistance League of Indianapolis’ Operation School Bell program received $5,000 from Belden and $5,000 from Sertoma Club of Broad Ripple. MCR Charitable Foundation donated $23,670 to acquire 3,400 duffle bags for Operation School Bell.•