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Boutiques and Brunch Benefit for Project Home Indy featuring Glennon Melton
Sunday, May 5, 2013 from 11:30 AM to 2:30 PM (EDT)
We all know very special women who are mentors, role models and real-life, everyday heros in this thing called life. Please join us in providing the help our young women and their children desperately need. People shop with friends, for gifts, and for fun- but it's much more meaningful to ask you to shop to shape a home.
Project Home Indy is honored to invite you to our 2nd annual Boutiques and Brunch Benefit featuring Glennon Melton from Momastery. Glennon is the leader of an online community of men and women and the author of "Carry On Warrior".
You are welcome to join us at 11:30am for a fun and inspiring event that includes a lovely brunch, an opportunity to shop at local Indianapolis boutiques, and hear the inspiring story of Glennon Melton and the Momastery movement, all while supporting homeless teen moms and their babies.
You may also join us for a special lecture by Glennon Melton in the Madame Walker Theater at 2pm. Tickets can be bundled together, or purchased separately.
If you are interested in supporting this event as a corporate sponsor or a boutique, please contact Lori Olson, our event coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org
A THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS WHO MAKE THIS EVENT POSSIBLE:
MHS; Cindy Collier Consulting; National Bank of Indianapolis; Ivy Tech Community College; The Flying Cupcake; Monarch Beverage
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Lori Olson, Event Coordinator, Project Home Indy
Project Home Indy is a non-profit residential facility in Indianapolis that serves homeless teen mothers in a safe and structured home-like setting. Project Home Indy is the only facility of its kind in Indianapolis and Marion County, and one of a handful of organizations in the state.
By providing intensive, holistic programming and individualized services, Project Home Indy empowers young mothers to become self-sufficient.