Bedel Employees Joined Indy DO Day Efforts!
In support of Indy Do Day, the staff of Bedel Financial Consulting dedicated their day on October 2nd to help Wheeler Mission. They spent the day sorting and organizing the distribution center and Thrift Store on S. Madison Ave. in downtown Indianapolis. As a group, Bedel Financial provided a combined number of 50 hours helping this worthy cause. Cassi Vanderpool, Executive Administrator, said the following about volunteering:
"It was great fulfillment to spend the day giving back to others. The Wheeler Missions Distribution Center and Thrift Store staff’s dedication and commitment to further their cause is inspiring. I hope we can make it a yearly event!”
Wheeler Mission & the Thrift Store assists those who have found themselves in a position of needing help by providing all their daily necessities including food, shelter, clothing as well as help in overcoming their personal obstacles.
Click here to find out more information about Wheeler Mission and how to donate.
Indy Do Day is a people-powered community day of service when the residents of Indianapolis take ownership of their neighborhoods and take care of their neighbors. But it isn’t just about a single day of service. It’s about building the most civic-engaged community in the nation where every day is a Do Day. Indy Do Day enables businesses to display their ongoing commitment to the well-being of the local community. It’s an act of corporate responsibility, of corporate citizenship, of responsible business – whatever you want to call it, participating in Indy Do Day allows companies to achieve social impact on a grand scale.
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Kelly Newman, Ryan Jeffries, Bill Wendling, Evan Bedel & Anthony Bykovsky sorting through donations.
Bundled clothes and blankets too old or soiled for resale are bundled up and shipped to a 3rd world country where the fabric will be recycled into new clothes!
Bedel team working hard with the help of a dedicated employee of Wheeler Distribution Center. You can see there is still a lot left to be done!