Community Stories

  • INTEGRIS Health - Basic Educational Empowerment Program

    Students attend GED classes four days a week and complete a resume, a five-year personal strategic plan and an online financial class. INTEGRIS Health also helps students pay for a college education by picking up the balance of tuition and books after students complete scholarship and financial aid forms.

  • Garden on the Go

    Garden on the Go® is Indiana University Health’s year-round mobile produce van that serves neighborhoods in the greater Indianapolis area without regular access to healthy foods. According to one customer: “It’s the best thing that ever happened to this community.”

  • Eastern Maine Healthcare Systems - Raising Readers

    Eastern Maine Healthcare Systems is a partner in Raising Readers.  Physicians and nurses give books to kids at birth and well-child visits and discuss with families the importance of reading. The result?  Nearly all Maine children receive a personal library of 12 books before entering kindergarten.

  • Eastern Maine Healthcare Systems – Raising Readers

    Eastern Maine Healthcare Systems is a partner in Raising Readers.  Physicians and nurses give books to kids at birth and well-child visits and discuss with families the importance of reading. The result?  Nearly all Maine children receive a personal library of 12 books before entering kindergarten.

  • INTEGRIS Health – Basic Educational Empowerment Program

    Students attend GED classes four days a week and complete a resume, a five-year personal strategic plan and an online financial class. INTEGRIS Health also helps students pay for a college education by picking up the balance of tuition and books after students complete scholarship and financial aid forms.

  • Garden on the Go

    Garden on the Go® is Indiana University Health’s year-round mobile produce van that serves neighborhoods in the greater Indianapolis area without regular access to healthy foods. According to one customer: “It’s the best thing that ever happened to this community.”