Summer break is just around the corner. Get to know where The Patachou Foundation will be serving meals this summer:
MLK Center Indy
Embracing the teachings and philosophies of civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., the MLK Center provides individual skills and family resources for residents in the Mid-North neighborhoods of Indianapolis to learn, grow, and enhance their lives, offering a peaceful space that provides quality, multi-generational programming for youth. The MLK Center pre-dominantly serves students entering grades Kindergarten through 8 from neighboring James Whitcomb Riley School 43.
Edna Martin Christian Center
This is our first summer of partnership with Edna Martin Christian Center. Located near Frederick Douglass Park, the Edna Martin Christian Center Leadership & Legacy Campus is home to the Leadership & Legacy Summer Program serving students ages 6-15. Edna Martin’s summer programs serve students from a diverse array of schools, many of which The Patachou Foundation is already serving including IPS 51, IPS 54, IPS 56, IPS 74, IPS 88, Harshman Middle School, KIPP, Paramount School of Excellence, and Tindley Renaissance Academy.
Boneroo Summer Camp Presented by EDGE (John Boner Neighborhood Center)
Boneroo Summer Camp is held at Brookside Park on the Near Eastside of Indianapolis and is available for students entering grades 1 through 5, primarily working with students from schools The Patachou Foundation serves: Thomas Gregg Neighborhood School, Brookside School 54, and Urban Act Academy. Boneroo prides itself on the fact that participating youth will be exposed to new activities and ideas all while discovering their individual strengths, interests, and potential.
East Tenth United Methodist Children & Youth Center
The mission of East Tenth United Methodist Children and Youth Center, Inc. is to provide a safe place where the spiritual, emotional, educational, and physical needs of children, youth, and their families are responded to in a holistic approach.
East Tenth is located right in the heart of the St. Clair Place Neighborhood on the near east side of Indianapolis and serves students from mostly near eastside schools that The Patachou Foundation serves including Thomas Gregg Neighborhood School, Brookside School 54, Urban Act Academy, and Ralph Waldo Emerson School 58.