Outreach Inc. was founded in 1996 as the first organization in Indianapolis entirely dedicated to serving homeless teenagers.
Horseshoes of Hope Equine Academy provides equine therapy.
The people at Second Helpings “rescue” food that might otherwise go to waste.
A $100,000 grant from United Way funded the garden that is designed for little fingers and toes to learn about healthy food as it grows.
BizTown serves as a microcosm of the real world, featuring 15 businesses that children operate in a day-long visit.
The barns were packed with some of the best livestock in the state of Indiana.
Matching outfits and hats were popular at the 2014 Indiana State Fair.
The Indiana State fair is a popular destination for Hoosier families every year.
The food stands returned to the Indiana State Fairgrounds.
MYO serves children as young as 3 years old and continues with them through high school.