Serving is at the heart of everything we do, which is why we enjoy quarterly service days where we leave the office and come alongside organizations in our community that are in need of some extra hands. We’ve enjoyed working with the following organizations individually and as a team.
Riley’s Children’s Hospitals are Indiana’s largest and most skilled pediatric system, with over 50 locations across the state. Riley’s Children’s Hospital is the only pediatric research hospital in the state and is ranked among the top hospitals in the nation according to U.S. News & World Report.
Our Hospice exists in the hope and belief that, through appropriate care, patients and families may be free to attain a degree of mental and spiritual preparation for death that is satisfactory to them. The Greater Horizon Financial Group team heard about pediatric hospice needs in our state and how the South-Central Indiana facility and team was supporting pediatrics and wanted to help. For the past few years we have been supporting the much needed pediatric side of the hospice program.
Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation (ALSF) is changing the lives of children with cancer by funding impactful research, raising awareness, supporting families and empowering everyone to help cure childhood cancer.
St. Peters Lutheran Church’s vision is to engage and equip a community of Jesus followers that reflects the heart of God by walking alongside one another with a personalized approach. Our practice’s founder and his family have been a long-time member of this congregation and support our community through a number of different ministries.
The mission for the Columbus-based shelter is to work toward the prevention and the elimination of domestic and dating violence. Turning Point Domestic Violence Services has been providing victim services since 1975. Our team has had the honor of seeing this team in action during a few of our quarterly service days.
Clarity’s vision is to create a culture where every human life is valued and celebrated as a gift from God. It’s mission is to compassionately engage, educate and inspire our communities with the truth regarding holistic sexual health and the value of human life.
The Ecumenical Assembly of Bartholomew County Churches, also known as Love Chapel, is a Christ-centered, faith based outreach ministry, comprised of 25 churches. Funds for our ministry are provided by churches, foundations, schools, businesses, groups, and individuals within our community. Our member and participating churches, together with the community at large, support those with emergency needs through Brighter Days homeless shelter, the food pantry, financial assistance, school care packages and hot meals. The Greater Horizon team has volunteered in the food pantry and homeless shelter, so we’ve been able to see first-hand the great work this organization does in our community.
The Lincoln-Central Neighborhood Family Center (LCNFC) was born out of concern that many Columbus residents’ needs were not being met. Issues typically thought of as “big city” problems – i.e. poverty, domestic violence, drug addiction, homelessness, etc. – routinely plagued far too many of Columbus’ downtown residents. The Board’s mission remains strong in its desire to help resolve the struggles of our neighbors. Our team has had the privilege of working on the LCNFC community garden which is located in our downtown area.