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Riley Radiothon

January 2, 2024

“Just for the simple fact that it gives the special people in our lives and in our community some place to go, some place to socialize, gives them a purpose and that’s the main thing because we all need a purpose in this life,” says Denise Shreve, mother and volunteer for The Hope Gallery.

44News

Emmy Fazebaker

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Doggone kind

March 14, 2023

Helping Hounds, a group within this year’s Leadership Johnson County program, has offered its time and resources to make improvements to Happy Hounds’ facility. 

Daily Journal

Ryan Trares

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Newburgh Opens

July 31, 2022

Foundation officials say this is the third location they have around Indiana, and they partner with 50 vendors to sell their work across the U.S. and Canada.

WFIE

Robinson Miles

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Newburgh News

Oct. 29, 2021

Alex Parker and his friend Alan are working on ornaments to give out to trick-or-treaters this year.

14 News

Lesya Feinstein

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Jefferson Award

Feb. 25, 2021

Mother creates job opportunities and safe environment for adults with developmental disabilities

WRTV 

Lauren Casey

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Hiring Hoosiers

Sept. 1, 2020

A new doggy daycare opens today on Indy's south side, but this location is providing more than a comfy stay for your pets during the day.

WRTV

Lauren Casey

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Hiring Hoosiers

Feb. 5, 2020

"Some days, I'm running it alone," says Davis. "Sometimes it's quiet, but then other times it's like hey, I can do it. It helps me get more skills of learning how to run a business. And this is what it's all about."

WRTV

Lauren Casey

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Ray of Sunshine

Sept. 23, 2018

"Hope is 'A Ray of Sunshine because she just shows everybody that despite all of the obstacles, all the hardships, all the suffering that's she's been through, all of the things she cannot do she's not going to let that hold her back,"

WTHR

Alyssa Raymond

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My GC Icon

June 18, 2018

Using the tagline “Wonderfully Made/Perfectly Unique,” the foundation hopes to cosign art, pottery, glass, jewelry, home and bath products, pet items, specialty food items and clothing from individuals and  (read more)

The Southside 

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Riley Radiothon

August 10, 2023

Jennifer Parker shares the story of Hope Parker on WIKY of Evansville's during the Radiothon for Riley. 

WIKY

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Chocolate Walk

February 11, 2023

It’s been great exposure for us, this is our first time doing the chocolate walk and it’s just been fun to have everyone come in and see what we’re doing here at the Hope Gallery.”

14News

Steve Mehling

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Opportunities

March 22, 2022

“I thought I would never find a job, and Lo and behold, God put you guys in my life,” worker, Alyssa says.

14News

Monica Watkins

Brady Williams

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Newburgh News

Oct. 28, 2021

“We’re just looking for anyone who wants to support us in this endeavor in the community..."

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Katie Forcade

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Less Ruff

Winter 20-21

“They have so much value, worth and ability. They just need the right environment and support.."

SOUTH 

Jenny Elig

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Experts

Aug. 29, 2020

"Dogs don’t expect you to say the right thing all the time; they don’t expect you to act a certain way. They just want you to give them attention and love."

Daily Journal

Ryan Trares

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Perfectly Unique

Dec. 6, 2019

 "They just need the chance. They need the guidance. They want to work. They are so proud that they have jobs. They want to give back. They want to be relevant, and we're giving them that opportunity to be relevant."

WTHR

Alyssa Raymond

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The Hope Gallery

Aug. 5, 2018

"I want to work here a long time so I can help people out,” Liz  Layer said. The employees are learning everything from 

customer service to sales. Research has found that 35 percent of young adults with autism had no job plans of attending higher education.

WRTV

Erin Lisch

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Nonprofit Spotlight

May 1, 2023

”Our focus remains to provide safe venues for these individuals to learn, work and interact
within the community. As a result, our young adults have a purpose in their days and develop
confidence in themselves."

Special Needs Living Magazine

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D-Patrick Ford

February 8, 2023

The Hope Gallery receives $2,500 check from D-Patrick Ford Lincoln 

(1100 E. Walnut St.

Evansville, Indiana)

44News

Adam Kight

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Pandemic

Dec. 29, 2021

"We tried it out and Sally says it's the best thing she's ever done," says Atkins. "She looks forward to it each day."

WRTV

Lauren Casey

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Nicole's Story

Mar. 3, 2021

Young woman builds confidence through dog daycare job and vet tech program

WRTV

Lauren Casey

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Southside Opens

Sept. 3, 2020

They say when you love your job, you never work a day in your life. When you love dogs, how can you be anything but happy doing your job?

WTHR

Alyssa Raymond

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First Day

Aug. 28, 2020

“There’s a lot more people like Alex that want to be in the community and want to be giving back and contributing but the opportunities just aren’t there so we realized okay, we’re going to create opportunities,” she said.

WISH TV

Katie Wisely

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Towne Post

Oct. 23, 2018

Team members, as the foundation calls them, are also gaining vocational training and practice by creating products for the boutique, such as jewelry and mosaic artwork.

Michelle Kaufman

Erin Feldmeyer

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Creating Hope

Aug. 3, 2018

“There is very little for these young adults once they age out of the school system. Most of them end up sitting at home, watching TV or playing video games. But they want to show they can do more than that.”

Daily Journal

Ryan Trares

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