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Our Road to Remarkable campaign is all about remarkable stories and outcomes. Experience some of our favorites below—and help us inspire even more remarkable stories.

FLYING AN
AIRPLANE
GRADUATING FROM
HIGH SCHOOL
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WRITING
A NOVEL
RETIRING
EARLY
PLAYING
BASKETBALL
DRAWING A
PICTURE
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PLAYING
GUITAR
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MAKING A
NEW FRIEND
LEARN TO
SCUBA DIVE
COOKING A
MEAL
GETTING
MARRIED
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$21M BY 2021

To better serve our community, we’ve identified six key components of our campaign.

$8.5M
DAMAR VILLAGE

We are constructing two new living communities at Damar for adults and youth. Each living center will consist of 10 one-story buildings with duplex apartments. View Damar Village

$2.5M
CHILDREN’S
CRISIS CENTER

The need for treatment services for children far outstrips the supply of quality care. We plan to dramatically expand our Children’s Crisis Center to help meet this need.

$3M
SPECIALIZED
AUTISM SERVICES

We will be adding more programs and services to halt abuse/neglect situations for families with an autistic child. These programs will also provide ongoing treatment.

$2M
ENHANCED
SUPPORT SERVICES

Expanding our service offerings is another part of our plan, and we will be adding a new fitness center, larger kitchen and laundry facilities, and additional security.

$2M
DAMAR
ANNUAL FUND

Our annual fund directly supports innovative and emerging programs at Damar. Strengthening our annual fund will help ensure we keep moving treatment options forward.

$3M
DAMAR
ENDOWMENT

We will need more resources in the future as the demand for autism and behavioral health treatment expands. A healthy endowment will ensure we have what we need to continue our work.

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Remarkable Partners

Our journey along the Road to Remarkable would never have been possible without the financial support of some amazing partners. When you make a donation, we’ll add your name to the list below!

Aircon Engineering, Inc.
Carlos & Dorothy Alexander
American Legion Wayne Post 64
American Legion Post 355
Arthur Jordan Foundation
Autism Speaks
Ayres Foundation, Inc.
Ralph & Jodie Balber
Brian & Carla Bill
The Brookfield Group
Elba L. & Gene Portteus Branigin Foundation
Jim & Anne Calvert
Carniceria Guanajuato
Stephen & Linda Claffey
Shawn & Ellen Collinsworth
Michael & Elaine Conly
Kevin & Julia Crowe
Jim & Jodi Dalton
DEEM Mechanical
Bart Early
Patricia & Robert Edwards
Dr. John C. Ehrmann, Jr.
El Paisano Warehouse, LLC
ESG Security Inc.
Priscilla Anderson Ferland Rev. Trust
Daniel & Amber Fields
Kenneth File
Fraternal Order of Eagles Ladies Auxiliary
Steve & Joan Gore
Lisa Grimes & Mohammad Loh
Jeff & Tracy Hadden
John & Jes Hagale
Steve & Cindy Helmich
Eileen Holland
John Hylton
Hylant
Indianapolis Association of Health Underwriters
Jim & Janie Isch
Grant & Erica Jenkins
Junior League of Indianapolis
Steve & Linda Kantner
Gregg Keele
Jay & Carole Kirkpatrick
Pete & Therese Koers
Ellen Kovacinski
Kraabel Charitable Foundation
The Marina Limited Partnership
Michael & Debra Ladyman
Janie Latham
Brad & Stephanie Linville
Perry & Denise Lyons
Tom & Jennifer Maggard
Nathieal Blythe & Tifini McClyde-Blythe
Don & Katie McCoy
Mid-West Motorcycle Club
Kathryn Miller
Thomas & Kathy Mosbaugh
Nicholas H. Noyes, Jr., Memorial Foundation
Phil & Peggy Nolting
Dorit Selig Paul
Victor & Girtha Perkins
Brian & Jenny Peters-Reece
P.I.P.E., Inc.
Stephen & Jan Price
David Reed
James & Katie Scheidler
Gail H. Shiel-Mahoney
Elaine K. Showalter
Joe & Loraine Smerdel
Matt & Karen Snyder
April & Rick Spangler, Jr.
Dan & Donna Stutler
Patrick & Karen Terrell
Theoris Services
Rick & Mary Pat Torbeck
Anne & Steve Turrie
Tynan Family
Jack & Carolyn Ward
Ed & Sue Ellen West
George Schroeder & Margaret Wilson
Robert & Linda Wilson
Marlene Sue Withrow
Tom & Carrie Zupancic
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Thanks to the support of people like you, we’re making big strides toward our goal of raising $21 million. Be sure to check back regularly to see our progress.

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