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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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2016 was an amazing year at School on Wheels! Throughout the year, we were honored to receive support from so many fantastic volunteers and donors. But we were especially blown away by the generosity of the awesome community groups who donated their time and program materials during the holidays. As

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Getting the kids we serve ready to go back to school takes a whole community! For the upcoming school year we have already provided over 100 backpacks full of school supplies and complete sets of uniforms (two shirts, two pairs of pants and a belt) to students in our program,

Indianapolis is full of smart organizations who understand that our community is only as strong as the people who are in it. That’s why we’re excited to highlight one of our greatest community supporters this week! Not only is BMO Harris Bank a truly generous co-presenting sponsor of our annual

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DEFENDERS has been a true corporate partner and supporter of School on Wheels for the past six years. During that time, the organization has donated gift cards and uniforms, supported our programs with tutoring teams and had staff members serve on our Board of Directors. DEFENDERS has also been our

During February our volunteer tutors and other supporters are helping us #SharetheLoveIndy. As a part of this month when we celebrate the collective power of donors of all giving levels, we want to be sure to highlight some of our foundation supporters. These are a diverse group of funders who

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School on Wheels had an amazing 2015! Throughout the year, we were honored to receive support from so many fantastic volunteers and donors. But we were especially blown away by the generosity of the MANY individuals and community groups who donated their time or program materials during December. As we