Hoosier Democrats to Join the “America United” Service Campaign ahead of Biden-Harris Inauguration


Hoosiers across the state will hold service projects aimed to help our communities

Community service effort is part of the “America United” effort by the Biden-Harris Inauguration to restore the soul of America and bring the country together

INDIANAPOLIS – Next week, Indiana Democrats will join the national movement to help restore the soul of this nation by holding community service events across Indiana ahead of next week’s inauguration of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris. Service projects next week will reflect the “America United” initiative by the Biden-Harris Inauguration and will help create a path to a brighter future for all Hoosiers and fulfill a commitment by Hoosier Democrats to unify and heal the state during what has been some uncertain times for all families. 

NOTE: Safety is the top priority for all events next week. Community service events will reflect the commitment by the Indiana Democratic Party and the Biden-Harris Inauguration to protect the health and safety of Americans while ensuring an inclusive event that brings all Americans together. 

Cass County Democrats: Stuffed Animal Drive

Cass County Democrats invite the public to participate in a stuffed animal collection for children experiencing trauma. The organization is collecting new stuffed animals as a Martin Luther King, Jr. Day service project January 15 through January 19, 2020.  Donations will be distributed among Emmaus Mission Center, county-wide fire departments, and Cass County Sheriff and Logansport Police Departments. Stuffed animals may be dropped off at Amelio’s on the River and Black Dog Coffee during hours of operation. 

For information on this service project, email [email protected] or call 574-992-1121.

College Democrats of Indiana (CDIN): Statewide Clothing Drive

CDIN is serving by collecting! Join IU-Bloomington, Purdue-West Lafayette, Ball State, IUPUI-Indianapolis and a drop-off location in Ft. Wayne.

Contact [email protected] for more information.

Huntington County Democrats and Christine Bohm: Help the Humane Society

National Day of Service Donation Drive for the HuCo Humane Society

Huntington County Democrats will be collecting requested items from now until Noon on January 18, at which time we will make one large donation in the name of the Huntington County Democratic Party. Here is the list of items they are requesting: dry kitten food, small paper plates, wet cat food, kitty litter, Rescue One-Step Disinfectant, peanut butter (smooth), trash bags, training pads, toilet paper, toys, treats, paper towels, latex-free gloves.

Contact Christine Bohm at [email protected] to coordinate donations.

Indiana Democratic Latino Caucus: Support La Plaza

The Indiana Latino Democratic Caucus (INLDC) is proud to support La Plaza for the National Day of Service on January 18, 2021. INLDC is joining the movement for the 26th anniversary celebrating the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. INLDC is encouraging members and supporters to make a donation to La Plaza’s efforts to help Hoosier Latino children and families. La Plaza is Central Indiana’s premier Latino Organization working to strengthen youth, families, and community through linguistically and culturally community services and events. Through their many educational programs, La Plaza has addressed the high school drop-out rate and prepares families to succeed in the workforce and their communities.

Two Ways to Participate:

  • Donate directly through the website: https://tinyurl.com/INLatinos4LaPlaza
  • Donate directly from your phone by sending a text ‘LA PLAZA’ to 44-321

Indiana Democratic Party: Serve, then toast!

The Indiana Democratic Party is encouraging those around the state to take part in your preferred service activity for the National Day of Service, then share with us the good work you did so we can let folks know Indiana Democrats are showing their commitment to service. Then, join us for a Biden-Harris Inaugural Unity Toast at 7 p.m. EDT Monday evening!

Indiana Young Democrats: District service activities around the state

IYD CD1 & Lake & Porter Co Young Dems: Virtual Fundraiser for the Food Bank of Northwest Indiana

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IYD CD 3: Help Fund Food Not Bombs (benefitting Ft. Wayne Chapter of Food Not Bombs)

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IYD CD5 & Hamilton Co Young Dems: Virtual Donation Drive for Prevail of Central Indiana

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IYD CD7 & Marion County Young Dems:  Supply Drive for Feed the Streets

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Indianapolis Southside Democrats Club: Food Drive for the No Questions Asked Food Pantry

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Vanderburgh County Democratic Party: Virtual Food Drive

Join the Vanderburgh County Democratic Party and President-Elect Biden on January 18 in honor of #MLKDay in giving back and serving our communities. We’re partnering with the Tri-State Food Bank to organize this virtual event that focuses on COVID-19 relief and addresses challenges exacerbated with the pandemic, specifically, hunger. Please use the link to provide a donation that will help provide support for our neighbors during their greatest time of need. https://app.mobilecause.com/form/BqjKAA?vid=g1alp

Check Donations

If you would rather send a check:

Please make checks payable to Tri-State Food Bank and mail to:

Tri-State Food Bank

2504 Lynch Road

Evansville, IN 47711

Or you can drop off cash donations and food donations may be dropped off at Tri-State Food Bank. We are located at 2504 Lynch Road, Evansville, IN 47711.

Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday, 8:00 am to 4:30 pm


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