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Escape Homelessness Day — April 18, 2017

Both The Escape Room Indianapolis and Fishers are teaming up with Dayspring to combat family homelessness in Indy!  On Tuesday, April 18, 100% of ticket sales from both locations will go to help the homeless families and their children at Dayspring Center.

Here’s how it works:  Get a team of 6 or 12 friends or family members together. Select your themed escape room from five in Indianapolis or 6 six in Fishers.  Choose the one that sounds the most fun to you or one you haven’t tried before! Book your team’s preferred time slot on April 18.  Your team will get 60 minutes to find clues, solve puzzles, and discover keys and combinations to escape the locked room together.  Get ready for the best interactive entertainment experience of your life! 

Plus, with 100% of The Escape Room sales on April 18 going to Dayspring, we could raise over $20,000 to help Indy’s homeless families!

Book your escape TODAY!

Indianapolis location   www.escaperoomindy.com

Fishers location:  www.escaperoomfishers.com

 

UNABLE TO MAKE IT ON APRIL 18TH?

You can still raise needed funds to help Indy’s homeless families. Book your experience on another day and enter the code: DAYSPRINGX356U a checkout.  A portion of every Escape Room Indianapolis and Fishers ticket sold will go to help the homeless families and their children at Dayspring Center!

 


 

9th Annual Mini-golf Classic — June 24, 2017, Starting at 6:00 p.m.

Pirates Quest (next to Woodland Bow)

 

Girls from Russell Martin & Assoc. point at camera.

Let the competition begin! Employees from Russell Martin & Assoc.

Guys jump in the air and cheer for a hole-in-one

Scotty’s Brewhouse foursome cheers for Pacers player, Rodney Stuckey and his hole-in-one.

Scott Jarred using pool cue in mini-golf

Scott Jarred faces the pool cue on Hole #9.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The wackiest miniature golf tournament you will ever experience!  Corporate and adult foursomes compete in a wacky, highly competitive miniature golf tournament.  Teams will be challenged to putt with a pool cue, hockey stick, baseball bat and other crazy antics at every other hole.  Teams compete to win a grand prize, the Spirit Stick Award and the Traveling Trophy.  All proceeds raised provide essentials, like daily meals, hygiene supplies and safe shelter, and the support services needed to help homeless families and their children end their homelessness permanently!

How to Participate:  Register your foursome as a Hole Sponsor – $600 per foursome.

  • One (1) foursome entered in tournament
  • Signage on both courses displaying your company or team name/logo
  • First two beverages (soda, wine, or beer) are complimentary for each player
  • Sponsorship acknowledgment on Dayspring website and social media

 

Register your corporate or adult foursome HERE.

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

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“A Paycheck Away”-Could You Get Out of Homelessness?

Mindblowing. Heartbreaking. Real life. Inspiring.

These are all words players have used to describe A Paycheck APHST at UWCI_gameway, a board game that puts you in the shoes of a real homeless person or family. Players represent one of the four “real-life” homeless characters and assume the individual circumstances that lead them to become homeless. The object of the game is to get yourself and as many of your teammates as possible out of homelessness within 3 months. You will never look at homelessness the same way again!

A Paycheck Away was developed by Bottom Line Performance, a learning game solutions company, in partnership with Dayspring Center Family Emergency Shelter.

Community/corporate groups may schedule a game session by contacting Cheryl at cheryl@dayspringindy.org. Game sessions require a minimum of two (2) hours to complete.

 

 


 

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Adopt-a-Family — November/December 2017

As a parent, we have all felt the joy and excitement of watching our children unwrap a gift we chose especially for them on Christmas morning. We hope YOU will understand why we hope to give that same sense of excitement and joy to a homeless parent who cannot afford even the smallest of gifts for their child. This year, we are asking friends and partners of Dayspring Center to help us to give homeless parents the financials means to shop for their children. Accompanied by their Case Manager, parents at Dayspring will be allotted gift cards to do their family’s holiday shopping this year as part of our annual Adopt-a-Family Program. For the first time in months, a homeless parent will feel a sense of accomplishment and joy “giving” to their children again.

Our goal is to provide a $100 gift card to a parent for each child.  Gift cards from any one of the following retailers would help:  Wal-Mart, Target, Meijer, Kohls, Kroger, Marsh, Aldi, Visa or Mastercard.  Please contact Monica Douthitt at monica@dayspringindy.org to sponsor a family.

On behalf of the 55 homeless families adopted by Indy families, churches and companies over the holiday season – thank you for your generous hearts!

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