There are so many ways to Donate!

It’s about making a difference now and impacting the future.

The village is a passionate and determined group of monthly givers on a mission to change the odds for women, and their children, coming out of institutional recovery programs. People like you, from all over Central Indiana, giving anything they can to prove how unstoppable we are when we work together.

For what you could spend on just a few cups of coffee a week, you can make a life altering difference in the lives of a mother and her children right here in your own community!

Host a Fundraiser/ Start a Campaign

Hosting a fundraiser or starting a campaign is a great way to give back to your community. Interested in organizing a bike ride, marathon, lemonade stand, garage sale, game night, birthday campaign, concert or any other type of fundraiser on our behalf? Let us know! We would love to feature your efforts on our social media and would be honored to have you raise money for our cause. One of the easiest ways you can do this is by simply adding a fundraiser on your facebook page to benefit Community Arms. Proceeds will go directly to us, simply look for Community Arms under the nonprofit listings.

In-kind Donations

Whether you have furniture, household items or are a business looking to donate product for our next auction, we welcome your in-kind donation. All items donated are tax deductable. Please email us with a description of your item and we will get back to as soon as possible!

photo- LAUREY W. GLENN

Adopt a Cottage

Each one of our 500 to 700 square feet cottages are available for adoption. Every adopted cottage will have a plaque with your company, or loved one's name mounted at the entrance to commemorate the adoption. If you or your company are interested in finding out more, please contact Michelle Hensley at michelle.communityarms.org.

 

We will also have interior spaces and gardens up for adoption. Stay tuned for more information.

Donate

Today!

Community Arms provides semipermanent housing and resources for women, and their children, coming out of institutional recovery programs. communityarms.org