For the fourth year in a row, TCC will be participating in Indy Do Day!  We will be doing this years’ service project on Thursday, September 27th.

Indy Do Day is right around the corner, and we have a new event lined up for this year. We will be helping our neighbors at Mapleton-Fall Creek Development Corp. set up for their first annual Community Pumpkin Patch Fundraiser! The pumpkin patch will be set up at the Central Avenue Garden located at 3007 Central Avenue, Indianapolis, IN 46205. Volunteers will unload hundreds of pumpkins from the pumpkin truck and help with set-up/decorations for the pumpkin patch. Volunteers will also help with general upkeep and care of the gardens in preparation for the fall harvest.

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Mapleton-Fall Creek Central Avenue Garden

About MFCDC

Mapleton-Fall Creek Development Corporation (MFCDC) is a non-profit organization established in 1985 that serves as the community’s tool in rebuilding and revitalizing the area. MFCDC began exploring ways to stabilize the Mapleton-Fall Creek neighborhood back in 2008, and received approval from the city in 2014 to rezone nearly five acres for senior housing and retail space. Since then, MFCDC has worked rigorously to redevelop and revitalize the Mapleton-Fall Creak neighborhood to breathe new life into the area, including the addition of the Central Avenue Community Garden where neighbors and friends from surrounding communities can rent plot space to grow their own urban garden.

TCC is excited for the opportunity to get involved with MFCDC and be a part of this growing community!  If you’d like to get involved with us, you can read more about the volunteer opportunity and get yourself registered to participate at https://givepul.se/u99et. If you aren’t familiar with Indy Do Day, check them out at www.indydoday.org. This is a great way for us to team build, support our local community, and show our pride in TCC.  Everyone that participated last year had a great time!

To find out more about TCC’s Culture, please visit our website https://www.e-tcc.com/culture.

 

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