By our local businesses ~ Pretty Funny Balloons, Papa John's, Dinius Automotive, Burger King, Hardees, Marine Bank, Walgreens, CVS, Starbucks, Noah’s Grooming Salon, Muesing Management, Segue Corporation, Walmart, East 56th LLC, John Zubak, Holeman Landscape ~ who have given us money, maintained new trees, volunteered at events, provided worker refreshments, our Cafe Market site and storage space, water for our medians, event supplies, and enthusiastic support.
By our local schools and religious/other organizations ~ Cathedral High School, IPS Robert Frost Elementary School #106, Lawrence Central High School, Arlington High School, Belzer Middle School, IUPUI, St. Matthew Catholic School, Butler University's Center for Urban Ecology, Fatima Retreat House, Millersville Masonic Lodge and the Eunhye Korean Presbyterian Church ~ Thanks for the meeting spaces, the volunteer students and teachers, the advice, and the time spent working with us.
By our neighborhood associations to the north and south ~ Binford Redevelopment and Growth (BRAG) and Devington Community Association (DCA) ~ who have provided valuable advice and encouragement.
By some amazing nonprofits ~ Keep Indianapolis Beautiful, Indianapolis Neighborhood Resource Center, Health by Design, Local Initiatives Support Corp., Hoosier Canoe and Kayak Club, Sustain Indy, Bicycle Garage Indy, Lilly Day of Service, White River Alliance, Fall Creek Watershed Partnership, Indy Arts Council, Marion County Soil & Water Conservation District, Indiana Landmarks ~ Grants, thousands of volunteer hours, education, bulbs, bushes, mulch, trees, benches, and art work! They have truly transformed our medians, trail and Fall Creek Greenway.
By the City of Indianapolis and State of Indiana ~ Indy Planning, Public Works and Parks, the Duvall Center, Mayor Hogsett and Neighborhood Advocates Greg Garrett, Natalie Van Dongen and Mo McReynolds, former Mayor Ballard and liaisons Joel Smith, Noelle Malatestinic and Gary Loveless ~ Thank you for our Village and Corridor Plan, your help with beautification and fighting litter, sidewalks, bike lanes, medians, traffic calming, and so much more.
By our government representatives ~ Thanks to current and former City Councilors Christine Scales, Steve Talley and Pam Hickman; and State legislators Jean Breaux, Carey Hamilton, Christina Hale and John Bartlett for all of your support!