New Hope of Indiana | Thankful for 40 Years of Hope
New Hope of Indiana compassionately supports the most vulnerable in our community: those with disabilities, those dealing with poverty, and the underserved.
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Thankful for 40 Years of Hope

23 Nov Thankful for 40 Years of Hope

Over the last four decades, New Hope of Indiana has been honored to serve thousands of people throughout Indianapolis and surrounding communities. What began as the dream of a group of mothers to find a safe and nurturing place for their children with cerebral palsy to live and thrive has now grown into a multifaceted organization serving people of all kinds. We are proud to maintain the level of care that those parents went searching for all those years ago across all of our programs and services, and if this year of celebration has made anything clear, it’s that this legacy is one worth keeping.

This month we are celebrating our 40th Anniversary from a place of gratitude. Our year-long 40th Anniversary celebration has reconnected friends of New Hope from years ago and has created many new friendships. We are grateful for all of them, but we are especially thankful for our dedicated associates, for our generous friends and family and, most importantly, for the privilege of serving the individuals and families in our community. To tell the world what is we are most thankful for, we grew a Tree of Gratitude. Leaning on a window here at Payne Road, you’ll find our tree which is quickly filling up with leaves of gratitude. These leaves hold blessings and thoughts of thanks from our staff, clients and friends of New Hope. Your own leaf of gratitude is welcome and your message can even be submitted to us by email.

Thank you for celebrating our 40th Anniversary with us and for allowing us to serve our community for 40 years. It certainly has been 40 years of hope!

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