At Horizon House 2015 was a busy year! We invite you to take a closer look at what we accomplished with the help of our generous donors. Below are some highlights:
Horizon House served over 3,300 homeless neighbors in 2015.
Nearly 60% of individuals visiting the day center were either seeking services for the first time or had returned after more than a year.
Horizon House served more women in 2015 than any other year in our history. The percentage of female clients rose to 26% which is a 5% increase over the previous year.
Eskenazi Health Pedigo provided 3,308 medical services & 2,483 mental health services to 1,374 neighbors.
Job Readiness Training helped neighbors secure 163 jobs – an all-time high!
Outreach encountered 22% more neighbors on the streets than in 2014.
We extend a sincere note of Thanks to everyone who supports Horizon House. We share our successes with each of you.
To see the full 2015 Annual Report, please CLICK HERE.
12th Annual Tackling Homelessness Event
on Monday, September 12th
We’re getting excited about our major fundraiser, Tackling Homelessness! It takes place at the Colts Training Facility, so it is great for Colts fans. Guests wear Colts gear making it a casual fundraiser too. #76 Joe Reitz and his wife Jill are hosts of this event, their 4th year with us. Joe Staysniak from "The Grady & Big Joe" radio show will be our emcee.
During the event, Colts players will sign autographs and pose for photos. Enjoy a buffet dinner with complimentary wine and beer. Participate in the Heads or Tails game for a chance to win an Apple Watch. Bid on impressive silent auction and live auction packages. Make a wine purchase from our mystery bottles, all valued at $20 or more. Find out more about Horizon House and the homeless neighbors we serve.
We have ONE TABLE left – tables start at $2,000 for 10 guests. *Attendees should be 21 or over.
If you are interested in purchasing a table or tickets, please act quickly.
Horizon House is in need of the following items so we can provide these to our neighbors:
Men’s underwear sizes M-XXXL
Twin blade disposable razors
Women’s underwear sizes S-XXXL
As we strive to treat homeless neighbors with dignity and respect, we also recognize that items as those of personal hygiene and undergarments play an important role. You can help our neighbors maintain their dignity & self-respect by providing these much needed items.
To drop off donations, please go to the Front Desk accessed through the door on Southeastern Avenue. The day room is open from 7am to 3pm. Otherwise, please call us to arrange a time to drop off your donation at (317) 423-8909.
To ship donations to us, please use this address:
1033 E. Washington St.
Indianapolis, IN 46202
Either way, you will have our gratitude for doing this for the neighbors we serve.