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25 years of helping people in need: The Villages of Indiana

This year, the Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust is celebrating 25 years of community grantmaking in Indiana. To honor Mrs. Pulliam’s legacy, the Trust supports The Villages of Indiana in their efforts to help foster children.

The Villages was established in 1978 with the belief that abused, neglected, and abandoned children need stable families and loving environments to flourish. The Villages addresses the whole child by providing a continuum of support services for foster youth like transitional living services, home-based counseling and early childhood education services.

They help 3,100 foster children and families every day. Learn more at www.villageskids.org.