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September 10, 2012 at 3:25 PM
Dayspring Center lovingly meets the basic needs of homeless families seeking assistance and connects them with opportunities to help them realize their potential.
Dayspring Center was founded in 1986 to provide emergency shelter, clothing and three meals a day for homeless families with children in Central Indiana.
Homelessness shows no prejudice and can happen to all types of people from all walks of life. Some of our residents are here to escape domestic abuse. Occasionally a family comes to our door after losing everything they own in a fire; others simply have been caught in a series of unfortunate events that have caused them to lose their homes and their dignity.
Dayspring is one of a handful of organizations in Marion County serving the emergency shelter needs of the entire family.
Dayspring Center makes a difference one family at a time. Please help us help those families in need. The best way to do that is to remember us. Remember us in your thoughts and prayers. Remember us when you plan where you are going to volunteer your time. Remember us when you are ready to make a donation to a worthy cause. Remember us, because there is no more worthy cause than giving someone hope -- the hope that things will be better for them and their children.
More about Dayspring Center: http://www.dayspringindy.org/