Posted February 2nd, 2012 by Alex with 1 Comment
Last fall, 5 employees at Defender Direct learned that there are over 3,000 homeless kids in Indianapolis, and wanted to help out. Outside their office, they displayed 3,000 cut-out ‘kids’ to bring attention to the issue of childhood homelessness.
Then, they directed that energy into action. They created a donation page on First Giving’s website. They collected items of clothing that students were running low on. All-in-all, they raised $7,000 to go towards required school uniforms for our kids.
To thank them for their kindness and hard work, we made this video highlighting their efforts.
When the rest of Defender Direct heard about their work, they were inspired. At their 2011 Christmas party, they donated $10,000 to help fund tutoring for homeless children in Indianapolis.
And on top of all that, those same 5 employees began tutoring with us this semester!
How I Helped
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Written by Alex