I give to IndyHub because it means so much for Indy, and for me. IndyHub the only organization in Indianapolis that focuses on advancing and empowering 20- and 30- somethings.
If you want to get involved in the community, meet new people, or have a front row seat for the goings on in Indy – IndyHub has you covered. I have found wonderful friends, served on non-profit boards, discovered cultural amenities and added my voice on topics ranging from transit to equal rights and neighborhoods to education. And IndyHub gets me energized about our city. I feel this every time I attend to an IndyHub event or see an IndyHub post on in my newsfeed.
I have found wonderful friends, served on non-profit boards, discovered cultural amenities and added my voice on topics ranging from transit to equal rights and neighborhoods to education.
The IndyHub staff and volunteers are extraordinary and it gratifies me to support their efforts. They run a lean ship, so I know that every dollar donated goes a long way. IndyHub is also unique in the country. In many cities, groups that target young professionals are typically departments of larger organizations. IndyHub has been independent since its inception 11 years ago and this has enabled the organization to remain relevant and 100% authentic in all it does. And having followed IndyHub’s progress since the start, I really can see how much the organization has grown while staying true to it’s mission. The next generation of leaders and doers has a great asset in IndyHub and that’s something worth backing this Giving Tuesday.
Trevor is a downtown neighborhood resident, owner of Ball & Biscuit, attorney, and founding board member of IndyHub. He serves on the boards of many local nonprofits and is chair of the board of directors of the IndyHub Foundation. Thank you, Trevor!
Why I give to IndyHub