Morning Light, Inc. fosters nonprofit community services and programs in central Indiana for the terminally ill, seniors, and families of limited means in need of health, wellness or end of life care.


Morning Light in the Community

Morning Light Executive Director CEO Tom Fodor put on his Rotary Club of Indianapolis hat at IPS # 14 recently. He represented the Rotary Education Committee at the first Family Literacy Night, the brainchild of the school’s Media Specialist Teresa Rozzi. The Rotary Club contributed the books that were read to the eager students. Ms. Rozzi then led a cooking demonstration that involved the focus of the book, delicious cranberries! Good reading and good food- a great combination for any age!

Morning Light Reaches Out To U Indy Students

Tom Fodor and Madison Gonzalez of Morning Light met close to 100 students at the December 6th Resource Fair for University of Indianapolis Occupational Therapy students. The event was organized by Rebecca Barton, the Director of Fieldwork for the School of Occupational Therapy. Morning Light has worked with the School for several years, collaborating in mentoring programs and on site projects at Morning Light’s Abbie Hunt Bryce Home for hospice residents. Students learned about Pennwood Place for low income seniors and the Home, one of only a dozen in the nation that provides free living accommodations to the terminally ill. Connections made at the event will hopefully lead to a 2018 cooperative project and some volunteer opportunities. 

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