We take a look at the INDATA Project’s Equipment Reutilization (The Depot) program. Through this program, INDATA accepts donated computers and video magnifiers and sanitizes, repairs, and provides at no charge to persons with disabilities in Indiana. Check it out here: Click here to learn more about the ReUse Program.
Karolina Shiroka was born in Albania. Her family moved to Macedonia and then to Croatia where she finished high school. After finishing high school, she worked at the post office. In her 20’s, she moved to Indianapolis for her arranged marriage to a man who was from Albania, but had lived in Indianapolis for several […]
It is with great pleasure that we recognize our 2020 Outstanding Volunteer of the Year, Ryan Rahebi. Ryan has volunteered in our Equipment Reutilization program for 2 years and we wanted to recognize the exceptional work he has been doing throughout those years. The Equipment Reutilization program (The Depot) is one of the INDATA Project’s […]
Debbie Bronson was born in Arlington, Virginia. When she was a baby, her mom divorced her dad and moved back to Indiana to be with her family and Debbie never met her father. Her mother raised her in Marion, Indiana out in the country. When she was 3, her mother remarried and her stepfather adopted her. Debbie said, […]
As a graduate of Indiana State University in Terre Haute, Indiana I was familiar with St. Mary-of-the-Woods; however, I had never been on the campus and was not aware that it was also home to the Sisters of Providence. I recently got the opportunity to visit the campus to meet with Sister Gloria Memering so […]