Zeller, Speak! - New Hope of Indiana
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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Zeller, Speak!

23 Mar Zeller, Speak!

by Zeller, CCI Facility Dog and NHI Employee

One of the nicest things that ever happened to me at New Hope, happened on my very first day!

I came in the front door and I could see a lot of people down the hallway, and I realized they were waiting to meet ME! I was so excited and so were they. I was smothered with love and my heart felt like it might burst with joy! My heart feels like that a lot around here…full of joy.

That’s how it has been for the seven years I have been part of the New Hope family. We all work together to make the world a better place. And we also have lots of parties here: for birthdays and holidays and I have been both a dragon and a squirrel in the Halloween parade. All of it feels joyful to me.

Our 40th Birthday party was loads of fun and lots of people attended. And I could feel all the love in their hearts for New Hope. We handed out a great reflection book. It includes memories and stories from individuals we serve, people who do or have worked here and others too. I have enjoyed reading it!

On May 3rd we are having our first annual Silver Cup fundraiser luncheon! Tickets are still available and I encourage you to attend. We will be displaying incredible art work created by those we serve, Dr. Rick Gunderman is speaking AND you will receive a copy of our anniversary reflection book!

Please join us and share the joy!

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