fbpx

Navigating Your Way to Health Insurance  

From November 1 to January 15, people not eligible for Medicare, Medicaid, or employer insurance can shop for healthcare plans at Healthcare.gov. As the Public Health Emergency put in place during the pandemic is ending, Indiana is doing redeterminations. If you have recently lost your Medicaid Coverage, Healthy Indiana Plan (HIP), or Hoosier Healthwise (HHW) coverage, now is the time to explore your options on the Marketplace.

Heart-to-Heart Connections: Expanding Our Impact to Touch More Lives

Muncie Power Products employee Ben Gillum volunteered at United Day Care Center as part of Heart of Indiana United Way's 2022 Day of Action

Our mission has always been to fight for the health, education, and financial stability of every person. Our commitment to fostering stronger, healthier, and more vibrant communities remains unwavering. Each day, we strive to bring about positive change by connecting people, pooling resources, and addressing the most pressing needs of our communities.

Plan Your Legacy Today—A True Gift from the Heart

Freewill

Even if your estate is small or you are a lower income household—making a will is still critical, especially if you have children or are in a single-headed household. Heart of Indiana United Way has a free resource through FreeWill to help you outline your wishes in as little as 20 minutes. Find out more about FreeWill and get started at www.heartofindiana.org/freewill.

Donor Advised Funds Can Help Nonprofits and Donors Alike

President and CEO Jenni Marsh

For donors who are passionate about making a big difference in the lives of ALICE families, using a Donor Advised Fund (DAF) to make your gift could have strategic advantages. DAFs are a giving vehicle which allows people, families, and organizations to make charitable donations, receive immediate tax benefits, and recommend grants to charities over time.

Celebration Awards

Awards sticker

We fight for the children of our region. Our coalitions, funded partners, and direct-service programs ensure children have access to books and words in their homes, provide volunteers for high-dosage reading tutoring, offer wrap around supports to their families through our THRIVE Network, or help them overcome adverse childhood experiences through positive experiences and programs that strengthen safety-net services.

One Hundred Percent of Madison County’s Future  

President and CEO Jenni Marsh

We fight for the children of our region. Our coalitions, funded partners, and direct-service programs ensure children have access to books and words in their homes, provide volunteers for high-dosage reading tutoring, offer wrap around supports to their families through our THRIVE Network, or help them overcome adverse childhood experiences through positive experiences and programs that strengthen safety-net services.

Help is here for residents seeking assistance with health insurance.

President and CEO Jenni Marsh

Understanding insurance options and changes can be overwhelming. Luckily, free help is available so you can understand your health insurance options—and the actions you need to take to get and remain covered. Thanks to Covering Kids and Families (CKF), navigators connect eligible people to benefits to help their health, their finances, and their communities. Navigators can help both prospective and current consumers explore state and federal options, including the Marketplace, to take advantage of available programs and understand changes to they can stay insured.

Housing Issues All Hoosiers Should Care About

President and CEO Jenni Marsh

Almost two-thirds of Hoosier renters below the median rental income are considered “cost-burdened” – meaning they spend more than 30% of their income on rent alone. Minimum wage workers in Indiana would need to work 91 hours a week just to afford a two-bedroom rental, and 74 hours to afford a one-bedroom rental.

Madison Women United

Join us for our first planning event and become an integral part of all we hope to do together. Bring your creativity, unique skills, and willingness to pitch in.
We’ll break into planning groups and you can decide which you want to help plan and make happen.