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Category Archives: IndyVolved

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WFYI Public Media | Do Good Often Blog Series with AT&T Indiana

Posted by: WFYI Public Media
Posted: September 21, 2020
Categories: IndyVolved, IndyHub

Volunteering with WFYI  I became passionate about volunteering out of necessity. At age 25, I relocated to Minneapolis, and with few friends or professional contacts, I needed a way to build a social network and become plugged in to […]

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Greater Indy Habitat for Humanity | Do Good Often Blog Series with AT&T Indiana

Posted by: Habitat For Humanity
Posted: September 19, 2020
Categories: IndyVolved, IndyHub

I was fresh out of college when I first got involved with Habitat for Humanity. Lacking a little direction in what I wanted to do with my degree and my life, I blindly signed up to be an […]

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Brooke’s Place for Grieving Young People | Do Good Often Blog Series with AT&T Indiana

Posted by: Brooke's Place
Posted: September 18, 2020
Categories: IndyVolved, IndyHub

Finding Your Volunteer Home by Taylor Rhodes To quote my favorite coffee mug, “Be fearless in the pursuit of what sets your soul on fire”. This is what I am doing when I volunteer four times a month […]

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Muscular Dystrophy Family Foundation | Do Good Often Blog Series with AT&T Indiana

Posted by: Muscular Dystrophy Family Foundation
Posted: September 14, 2020
Categories: IndyVolved, IndyHub

Finding Passion Through Volunteering with Muscular Dystrophy Family Foundation Hello everyone, I’m Matt Griffin, a board member with the Muscular Dystrophy Family Foundation (MDFF), committee chair for strategy, and assistance requests. I’m 30 years old, and I was […]

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