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6th Jul

2015

We all have our favorites; our favorite cars, food, etc.  What makes those things our favorite? That car wouldn’t be our favorite if it wasn’t made with the finest parts and the distinguished interior and exterior.  That ...

14th May

2015

At Coburn Place, we’re all about teamwork. As leading suppliers of athletic gear, Finish Line definitely knows about teamwork, too. Six months ago they began looking for a way to bring their team even closer together by supporting a ...

28th Apr

2015

The Glick Fund, a fund of Central Indiana Community Foundation (CICF), has awarded a $50,000 grant to Coburn Place Safe Haven to provide transitional services and early childhood development programming to survivors of intimate partner ...

14th Apr

2015

With an emphasis on Blue Breakfast this month, it’s only fitting to highlight super supporter, Shannon Burdick. Shannon has served on the Blue Breakfast committee since its beginning in 2008. In fact, she was pregnant with her ...

8th Apr

2015

Here are some of your awesome Blue Breakfast posts from Twitter, Instagram and Facebook. Thanks for getting social with us!                                

3rd Apr

2015

Your support empowers victims of domestic violence to live as survivors – just like Jeanette. We are so proud of her for sharing her story to a crowd of 300 at Blue Breakfast! Please read and share the entire feature article ...

5th Mar

2015

High school and college students play a big role in our volunteer community. We’re so grateful to have their support. Most come faithfully for a semester or maybe a year. But on rare occasions they keep coming back and stay ...

4th Feb

2015

If a friend asked you ‘What does Coburn Place do’, you’d probably tell them that we provide services and safe housing for DV victims. And you’d certainly be right. But some of these services might just surprise you. Two ...

15th Dec

2014

As we watched nine-year-old “Sam” walk down the halls of Coburn Place for the last time, he traced his fingers along the bricks in the wall. He stopped every few feet and cried. “I don’t want to leave. This is ...