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Giving Tuesday




Many parents-to-be read What to Expect when You’re Expecting in the months leading up to their baby’s birth. But for some, they receive the unexpected. Their baby is born months too early, or with a cleft palate, or with cerebral palsy. These parents  aren’t sure how they are going to pay the mounting bills; they aren't sure where to turn for help; they feel all alone, like no one understands….

That’s when Family Voices Indiana can help. The family to family health information center is staffed with families who have walked this path; families who have children with similar needs; families who are trained to help other families who need resources and support.

Your tax-deductible donation to Family Voices Indiana can help us reach the approximately 300,000 children with special health care needs in our state. You can make a difference in the life of a family who is embracing the unexpected and is creating the best possible life for their child.

You can learn more about Family Voices Indiana, and make an online donation here.

If you’d prefer, you can mail your donation to

Family Voices Indiana
4060 W 400 S
Lebanon IN 46052

We know many families face financial strain when raising a child with a disability. You can also help by sharing this request with families and friends, especially if we've made a difference for your child, or someone you know. As always, please share our website and contact information (info@fvindiana.org 317 944 8982) with others who might be seeking assistance. Our services are FREE to families.

Family Voices Indiana is proud to be a partner in Giving Tuesday.

Thank you for your support.


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