Author: Carrie Rickenberg

Laynee's Boutique is one of several partners of Restored Creations, the candle-making social enterprise at the Center for Women & Children. We had the privilege of talking with Laynee's owner, Jamie Bullard, about why she decided to support Restored Creations and sell our candles in...

Our Social Enterprise For all you bargain hunters, treasure seekers, decorators, and up-cyclers--did you know that Wheeler Mission has its very own thrift store? Selling quality clothing, household knick-knacks, furniture, appliances, and more…the Wheeler Mission Store is a treasure-trove for all sorts of shoppers. There’s something...

With Thanksgiving just 10 short weeks away, we're gearing up for our 17th annual Wheeler Mission Drumstick Dash! Last week, I shared all the reasons why the Dash should be a part of your holiday plans. It's a spectacular event, raising funds and awareness for...

The one who plants and the one who waters have one purpose, and they will each be rewarded according to their own labor. For we are co-workers in God’s service…(1 Corinthians 3:8,9, emphasis mine.) A bold statement. God is so amazing to allow us to be co-workers...

Find your running (or walking) shoes, grab your strollers, dust off your turkey hats…and get ready to “move your feet so others can eat!” Join the cause! In its 17th year, the Drumstick Dash rallies the community to raise funds and awareness for our neighbors experiencing homelessness....

A note from Rick. Last year, Wheeler Mission launched the Mary Wheeler Circle, a vibrant association for women to come together to support and serve our Center for Women & Children (CWC) in Indianapolis. Circle members donate funds, volunteer their time, and periodically gather to learn...