I host a radio show in Indianapolis dedicated to the work of nonprofits called Now Hear This. It provides an on-the-ground look at life during the pandemic. This episode pulls selections from the show to give an idea of the challenges faced by lower-income brackets and those working to aid them. Subscribe to the podcast here: https://link.chtbl.com/now-hear-this
- Gleaners Food Bank
- The Boys & Girls Club of Indianapolis
- Fairbanks Alcohol & Drug Addiction Treatment Center
- Families First Mental Health Counseling
- Indiana Coalition Against Domestic Violence
- Joy's House Adult Day Care
- Assistance League of Indianapolis on School Needs
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