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Hoosiers are a dedicated and selfless people who have a long and proud tradition of helping their neighbors and those less fortunate than themselves. Across Indiana, committed volunteers in faith and community-based organizations bring unique skills, services, and resources to address many of the state’s unmet needs surrounding housing, hunger, and health. Indeed, there are many opportunities for Indiana’s robust civic sector to partner with government to deliver services more effectively than either can do alone. The Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives (OFBCI), with assistance from the Indiana Commission on Community Service and Volunteerism (ICCSV), connects needs and resources through community-based organizations and faith-based organizations that serve those in need.
Learn more about our role in the community and our history here.
Can volunteering be a pathway to employment? Follow this link to see the research.
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