The free event is from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sat. April 23.
The Castro Family will also have volunteer opportunities at the Habitat Restore.
The event was in memory of Koontz, who was killed while serving a warrant in Russiaville last month.
Rachel Berenson Perry spoke to 24-Hour News 8 about the project.
The project is still being planned, but the center hopes to have a gun drop-off and speaking events.
The Susan G. Komen of Central Indiana’s goal for this year’s Race for the Cure was $1.3 million.
She simulates calm and nurturing sounds to residents. But she isn’t a toy.
Hart said she is giving back because she understands what the homeless are going through.
The church is looking to raise money to buy a new organ.
People downtown can come on their lunch hour to get food from a host of trucks.
INDOT hopes with more awareness they can bring the number of fatalities to zero.
The event featured music, guest speakers, giveaways and recognized local champions serving victims of violence.
Residents and parents of Heritage Christian School got together with police Wednesday evening.
Anyone with an outstanding warrant for a level six felony or misdemeanor in Marion County can participate.