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The Minks Kids is a nonprofit serving the Fishers and Indianapolis, Indiana metropolitan area.  Minks Kids was started with a primary focus of making a positive impact on the military veterans that are part of Indianapolis’ homeless population.  The organization’s first activity was to serve meals to veterans being housed by the Hoosier Veterans Assistance Foundation in 2012.  In 2013, Minks Kids filed state and federal paperwork to become a registered nonprofit.  In the fall of 2014, the Minks Kids became fully registered and are actively fundraising.  Future plans include opening a restaurant-style soup kitchen from which to serve meals and purchasing a food truck to deliver food to homeless. 

Veterans helping veterans...

Dedicated to feeding hoosiers in need!

"Planting a Seed of Hope!"

The Minks Kids depends on direct financial support to pay for the many services provided to our military veterans and homeless persons in the community.  Your generous donations will make a real and life-changing difference in their lives.  #SeedOfHope

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The Minks Kids, Inc. is a tax-exempt 501(c)3 nonprofit, charitable organization based in Indiana, founded in 2013 and registered with the IRS.

Help us make a difference in one of our nearby communities by supporting us during the months of April and May.  We are really looking to go mobile, however, we are in need of a mobile food truck, and we need your help.  Please visit our gofundme page to make a cash donation in support of our efforts to decrease hunger among veterans.  

If you would like to make a different kind of donation, please visit our Donation page.

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Innovative grants will help Central Indiana kids 

   28 February 2015

Agencies that support Central Indiana youth can apply for a new grant offered by The Star's Our Children Our City initiative..

Hopelessness can be seen in the eyes of a hungry child. It's evident on the face of a homeless youth.  
In Indiana and in the United States, 22 percent of children live at or below the poverty level, defined as $23,550 a year for a family of four. In Marion County, that number is 30.1 percent.

To read the complete story, please follow the link here.