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Volunteers make the world go ‘round and they are a critical component of School on Wheels’ operating model. Our volunteer base, made up of over 400 people, helps us meet the needs of over 350 children impacted by homelessness across our city each school year. Both individual tutors and tutoring

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Justine, a parent of three students who have benefited from School on Wheels tutoring, was recently interviewed by RTV6 as part of a series of stories taking place during our #SharetheLoveIndy campaign. While so many news stories about our programs focus on students, this story was especially important to us

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The 2017 Education Champion call for nominations is now open! The School on Wheels Education Champion Award is a tremendous opportunity to acknowledge a deserving youth worker or educator who is making an impact on Indiana students. The 2016 Education Champion was Indianapolis middle school teacher, Rebecca Pfaffenberger, who transforms

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December is a time of reflection and celebration. As we look back on the year and plan for 2017, we have so much for which to be thankful and to celebrate. Here are five things from 2016 that stand out and make us proud of what we are able to

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Last week we threw a birthday party in honor of School on Wheels celebrating 15 years of helping homeless children in Indianapolis succeed academically. It was wonderful to catch up with so many of our volunteers and supporters who have made the past 15 years possible. It was also a great excuse

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What is your hope for the kids we serve? It’s a simple question and it inspires us each day. Each School on Wheels staff member and board member brings different hopes to the organization and helps us stretch our vision so that what we do day in and day out

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We are fortunate to work with agents of change every single day. Whether they are organizations with a mission to do good, or individuals who wake up each day with the goal of transforming their community, we couldn’t do what we do without them. And without them, the world wouldn’t