Consumer Highlight: Kevin Kopf-The INDATA Project Volunteer of the Year

Kevin was born in in Indianapolis, Indiana and was raised with 2 sisters, one who is his twin. He was born with a mild form of cerebral palsy and has autism. In 2015, he graduated from Carmel High School. He then went to the University of Indianapolis and majored in Earth Science and graduated in […]

Consumer Highlight: Libbe Hoogeveen

I met with Libbe in his downtown Indianapolis apartment to learn about his experience in receiving a computer from The INDATA Project’s computer reutilization program. I was greeted by Libbe and invited to take a seat in is living room. We began to talk and he told me a little about himself. He told me […]

Rolls-Royce hosts Laptop Drive for The INDATA Project at Easter Seals Crossroads

The Control Systems- Units High Performance Culture (HPC) team at Rolls-Royce Corporation sponsored a laptop drive in collaboration with the INDATA Project at Easter Seals Crossroads. This HPC team is made up of Rolls-Royce employees, who volunteer to do company culture improvements, which includes community outreach. When the HPC team learned of the INDATA Project, […]

Consumer Highlight: Suzanne Sasser

Outside of a three-story red brick senior citizen apartment building on a gorgeous spring day, I met Suzanne Sasser. She greeted me with a big warm smile. I instantly liked Suzanne and over the next couple of hours I learned that she was a very open and interesting person. Five years ago Suzanne was diagnosed […]

Stories from the INDATA Depot

Meet Danielle, a recent recipient of a laptop from the INDATA Depot!  Danielle plans on using her INDATA Depot laptop to write letters in Microsoft Word so she can communicate with her friends and family. There are many more individuals in Indiana who are awaiting a computer from the INDATA Depot.  Help us help them […]