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Camp Mariposa-Indianapolis: The transformation continues…

On June 19th we gathered to hold our first family activity a cookout and fun-filled day at Eagle Creek Park. As thunderstorms blew through the Indianapolis area, our expectations for a dry cookout for Aaron’s place were diminishing. However, the rain held off for the camp team and families and an ideal family activity occurred. This scenario was the perfect set-up for the therapeutic activities we had planned. activity!

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Changing Lives on the Course

On behalf of the entire Overdose Lifeline team and the families we serve: THANK YOU for your support. The Annual Charity Golf Outing is our biggest fundraising event, and we are pleased to announce that we raised $55,000, making it a record-breaking year. See the impact your giving makes here.

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In Memory of Evan Mathews

In memory of Evan Mathews, the Mathews and Miner Family are supporting Camp Mariposa-Aaron’s Place by sponsoring two campers all year and the contents of all 30 backpacks.

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Thank You #GuysGoGetters

Thank you to everyone for your support to make this important work possible. Together, we raised $5,500! This is enough money to provide over 120 lifesaving Naloxone kits.

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In Memory of Brittany York

Brittany Melissa “Sissy” York, 31, of Indianapolis passed away on October 14, 2020. She was born on March 25, 1989 to Kim York in Indianapolis, Indiana.

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Contributions in Memory of Joey Diener

Contributions in Memory of Joey Diener

Erica and Joe McNeal wish to thank their family and friends for the generous contributions in celebration of their marriage. Contributions in lieu of gifts were made to Overdose Lifeline in memory of Erica’s son Joey Diener. Losing a child is the most difficult experience a parent will ever face.

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A record breaking year for Golf Outing donations.

On behalf of the Overdose Lifeline Board, the Annual Golf Outing Committee, and the families we serve, thank you for your charitable contribution in support of the 6th Annual Memorial Golf Outing. Donations are used to save lives from opioid overdose and to provide prevention education programs to youth. No

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