Make sure to type “Roof” in the description line and if you have a guest, please include your guest’s name. Please print a copy of your receipt and bring to the event. See you there!!!
The Forest Manor Summer Day Camp serves children living on the Eastside of Indianapolis. 2016 program dates are June 6, 2016 – July 29, 2016. Participants are assigned to safe, manageable groups (not to exceed 25 per group) according to age. Children are involved in a variety of age-appropriate activities and experiences in a safe, structured environment. The cost of the Summer Day Camp is only…$70 per week!!
Forest Manor Multi-Service Center empowers the lives of our neighbors by offering individuals and families the services and support they need to become self-sufficient. Contact Jyoung@fmmsc.org for more information.
As if you needed 40 reasons to support the Forest Manor Multi-Service Center, but Allison Carter, our new fund development coordinate is turning 40 soon. To bring some joy to this dark occasion, she’s asking you to give $4, $40, $80 or $120 (or more) to Forest Manor Multi-Service Center. Your donation is tax-deductible and you will have done your good deed for the month of April. For more details, visit www.fmmsc.org or our Facebook event.
Christmas Assistance is still available through December 4th, 2015.
…for our 2014 Dream Keepers Spring Break Camp! Attendees will be fed breakfast, lunch and an afternoon snack-all while going on DAILY field trips! And here’s the best part, the first 125 children that are signed up will be admitted FREE!!! An attachment link of the registration form is found below. Don’t delay…sign your child up TODAY!!!!
The 2014 of the Black History Month essay contest winners have been announced!!! Here are the winners:
5-9 year olds division: Jeremiah Johnson
10-14 year olds division: Morgen Morris
Seniors division: Beverly Patton
CONGRATS TO OUR WINNERS and THANKS TO ALL that participated!!!
Join Forest Manor Multi-Service Center along with Children’s Bureau and Friends of Noah Foster Care Agency for a 7 week series that starts on April 1, 2014-May 13, 2014 from 6-8pm about making your children to grow into successful and respectable young adults. For any questions or to sign up, contact Nick at the center at 545-1204.
Next Tuesday March 25, there will be two special events as the city of Indianapolis releases its crime reduction plan. A press conference will be held tuesday morning at the center. Then, at 6PM at the Tindley school, a community roundtable kick-off will be held in which special speaker Ameena Matthews, the 2013 Black Girls Rock Community Activist Award Recipient will address the attendees. For more information, contact us at the center at 545-1204.