New Hope of Indiana | “40 Years of Hope” Quilt Revealed
For over forty years, New Hope of Indiana has been committed to supporting individuals and families, encouraging them to live their most independent, fulfilling lives. Through services for individuals with disabilities and advocacy efforts, New Hope of Indiana is making an impact in our communities every day.
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“40 Years of Hope” Quilt Revealed

22 Jun “40 Years of Hope” Quilt Revealed

On Monday, June 25th, we enjoyed a good old fashioned ice cream social at our main offices on Payne Road as part of our 40th Anniversary celebration. It has been tradition over the years for staff and clients to make a decorative quilt to commemorate certain points in New Hope’s history. This year, New Hope associates from each program contributed quilt squares featuring our six core values: Service, Dedication, Wisdom, Integrity, Creativity and Reverence. Lynn Feldman, Director of Supported Living and 40-year New Hope associate, is a talented seamstress and quilter. She quilted each square together beautifully in honor of New Hope’s 40 years of service to the Indianapolis community. We hope that the quilt will hang on display alongside each of the others for many years to come to honor this moment in New Hope’s history. Thank you to Lynn and all those talented, creative associates who contributed to this piece of our history.


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