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We are facing unprecedented times during the COVID-crisis. Fletcher Place Community Center (FPCC) is committed to helping our neighbors face these challenges.

Families complete applications to participate in a yearly Christmas shopping program. In past years, there have been clothing, toys, games, household items, available for selection. Families also receive a food basket and laundry basket filled with household staples.  Shopping is allowed for all children in the family.  

Christmas

The FPCC garden and our partners at Corteva produce vegetables each summer for our community.  Fresh vegetables are provided to the REACH families each week in the growing season along with a recipe and a challenge to prep it and eat at home.  

Farm to Table Family Cooking Challenge

Re-Store of Renewal Boutique offers clothing and household items for your family. FPCC Community Room is set up with clothing racks and household items targeted towards working families. Shopping is available by appointment the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month from 2:00 to 4:00.
Weekend food sacks are distributed each Friday at pickup.
Food pantry is available for families monthly by request.  

Meals/Sacks/Food Pantry

These fun filled nights allow us to stay involved with your family outside of program hours.  Guided and easy to follow activities are presented monthly for your to experience with their child that are both fun and educational. ​


Parent Engagement Nights

Volunteer mentors develop a vision board/plan with families at an initial meeting and then meet with families monthly to discuss progress/barriers to their vision/plan, serving as accountability partners to families as they progress toward goals. They will then make recommendations regarding the use of emergency barrier buster funds to support the family’s plan. ​

Mentoring Program

In partnership with Southeast Community Services (SEC), families complete a comprehensive assessment and create and execute a life plan to reach their goals.  Southeast Community Services uses bundled services to support you as you begin moving towards your goals. Their team can't achieve success for you, but will function as a support system to help you navigate your options and make sure you have access to resources that can assist you along your journey. 

Center for Working Families

REACH Family Benefits

Reach EL Family Guide

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• Classes begin in early-August
• Our full-day classes meet Monday - Friday 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
• All classes include 3 healthy meals and intentional instruction

A highly qualified staff, including full-time early childhood educators, provide personal attention and professional child care with educational opportunities that encourage each child's physical, social, emotional and cognitive growth.

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Financial struggles often keep families from giving their children the early education they wish they could provide.
 
The Preschool Scholarship Fund offers financial support to help families cover the cost of these two vital years of early education. Get in touch with us to find out how you can help with this fund.

REACH Scholarship Fund

Second Helpings

A CICF Fund

Central Indiana Senior Fund

United Way of Central Indiana

A CICF Fund

Women's Fund of Central Indiana

Metro Ministries, Inc.

A CICF Affiliate

The Indianapolis Foundation

Ahrendts Couch Foundation

Hoover Family Foundation

Noyes Foundation

United Methodist Churches of Indiana

The Brave Heart Foundation

United Methodist Foundation

Junior League of Indianapolis

Florence Hansman Legacy Grant at Meridian Street UMC

CICF Senior Fund

Carmel Rotary

The Rogers Family Foundation

Stansfield Circle

A special thank you to our Donors & Partners for supporting our efforts to break the cycle of poverty!