Giving Support to Homeless Teens and Young Adults in Indianapolis
Posted on: December 19, 2012
Giving Support to Homeless Teens and Young Adults in Indianapolis

Bright House Networks Indianapolis celebrated the culmination of its 12 Days of Giving campaign by presenting a check for $10,000 to Outreach, Inc. on Tuesday, December 18.

Bright House Networks presents $10,000 to local organization in Indianapolis to help homeless teens and young adults.

Outreach, Inc. equips and empowers homeless teens and young adults to achieve stability and life transformation through its drop-in center, holistic social services, case management and emergency referral services.

Bright House Networks’ 12 Days of Giving campaign was designed to support charitable organizations in its local communities that are focused on helping the military, homeless, hungry and children.  During the 12 days, which ran from December 1-12, Bright House Networks posted a different picture of an item in need on its Facebook page. The items ranged from razors for military personnel to baby formula and diapers for children.  For every person who shared the photo of the day, Bright House Networks committed to donate that same number of items to a charity in each of its local communities.  The charity with the most shares received an additional $10,000 donation on behalf of Bright House Networks and its giving customers.

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