New Hope of Indiana | You Met the Match!
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, counseling for families in the child welfare system and advocacy efforts, New Hope of Indiana is making an impact in our communities every day.
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You Met the Match!

26 Dec You Met the Match!

Thanks to a generous gift from our Board of Directors, your #GivingTuesday donations were matched up to $4,000 this year! And better yet, you met the match by donating over $4,000!!

Did you know that New Hope receives the majority of our funding through Medicaid reimbursement? This means that many of the services we provide to our clients are paid for by the government. However, this funding often leaves a gap between what is paid for by Medicaid and the quality of care that we are committed to providing to our clients. Your support this Giving Tuesday and throughout the year helps us fill that gap and helps those we serve live their best life. Thank you for your generous support in 2019!

If you haven’t given already, please consider supporting (or continuing to support) the innovative and impactful programs and services that are vital to those we serve and continue to make their goals possible in 2020.

Your donation makes an impact!

$50 pays for one additional hour of art therapy for one individual.
$150 pays for a meaningful afternoon in the community for four individuals in the AIM Program.
$250 pays for one month of kitchen space for the Cheese and Thank You food truck.
$500 pays for 100 rides to and from work for one individual.
$1,000 pays for 100 movie tickets for individuals who cannot afford to pay for themselves.

Donate now.

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