Our Home runs on community support! Help hospice patients in need – donate today.
Give a happy ending to someone who needs a home
Our residents don’t have the means to go anywhere else. You can give them a home and a hand to hold at the end of life.
Your donations are in trusted hands
From nonprofit storytelling and patient care to CNA training, Morning Light and the Abbie Hunt Bryce Home have earned awards at the local and national level. We’re proud to be responsible stewards of every single dollar we receive.
Donate items for our Home & residents!
Each day the Abbie Hunt Bryce Home provides free care and living arrangements for homeless or low-income hospice residents in Indianapolis.
Running a home is no easy task, especially when you are dependent on the generosity of others! Please think about donating a handful of some of our most needed items.
You can help us keep our home clean, comfortable, and healthy! We appreciate your support.
- Paper towels
- Trash bags
- Toilet paper
- Cleaning products (e.g. Windex, Lysol, and stain remover)
- Shampoo & conditioner
Please bring or ship your donation to our Home at 4760 Pennwood Drive Indianapolis, IN 46205. Our Home operates 24/7 so someone will be there to collect your items. Thank you!
Other ways to donate financially
In addition to outright gifts (make a donation by credit card here!) and in-kind donations, we accept a number of other donation types:
- Event sponsorships
- Cash gifts
- Gifts of securities
- Gifts of real estate
- Charitable gift annuities
- Charitable remainder trust gifts
- Gifts of life insurance
- Bequest gifts
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Volunteer at Morning Light
The Abbie Hunt Bryce Home is always looking for volunteers to assist with reception duties as well as caring for and supporting its residents!
Become a volunteer and help us manage the day-to-day operations while also bringing joy to our residents’ lives.
We have needs for ongoing volunteers as well as volunteers for special events. However you’d like to give of your time, we’d be glad to have your support.
Making dresses and preparing her native Nigerian meals, Oseola brought a smile to the face of everyone she met.
Oseola traveled to the United States from Nigeria to take a nanny position but was stood up for the job. Shortly thereafter, she learned she had stage 4 cancer and needed a home for hospice care.
“I’ve helped as many people as I can. I’ve had a hard life but I think it made me a better person.”
Penny had the kind of life that could break a spirit, but not hers. Before passing away of terminal cancer, Penny made peace with her life and maintained her strong, giving spirit until the end.
“I hope I can do some more good for my fellow man.”
Dewey came to live at the Abbie Hunt Bryce Home and quickly made a friend who shared his passion for horses. Dewey was diagnosed with Parkinson’s and came to live the end of his days with us.
“Too many of us leave this world with our stories untold.”
Richard came to live at the Abbie Hunt Bryce Home in March of 2018. His early life was full of difficulty, but he ultimately decided to change his life to begin serving others. We were honored to have him in our home.
Support our residents today!
Your generosity is what gives our residents a place to call home. Donate today to give a happy ending to so many people—like Richard, Roberta, and Mr. Dewey. Your gift makes a huge difference!