Calling all Gardeners
Noble is seeking individual and/or group volunteers to help with weeding, trimming bushes, painting picnic tables and other outdoor work. We are open Monday-Friday from 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Volunteers are invited to come once or multiple times and work for 2-4 hours. No special skills are required. Noble will provide gardening gloves (unless you'd prefer to bring your own) and tools. Water and snacks will also be provided. Noble is a non-profit organization serving individuals with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities.
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About Noble, Inc.
7701 E. 21st Street, Indianapolis, IN 46219, US
Noble's mission is to expand opportunities and enhance the quality of life for people with disabilities and their families through individualized services. Noble envisions a world in which children and adults of all abilities live out their dreams in a community that embraces their contributions and recognizes them as fully participating members of our society.
Noble serves nearly 2,800 children and adults with disabilities--primarily those with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities such as autism, Down Syndrome--annually. We help improve the quality of life for those with disabilities and their families through services designed to meet each individual's unique needs.
For infants and toddlers, we offer First Steps Early Intervention Therapies, For youth, we host a variety of day camps, including traditional camps as well as specialty camps such as All About Animals, Art, Music & Dance, and other camps. Teens are served through our School-to-Work transition program. Adults are aided by our Employment Services, which includes Community Employment, Work Crews, and Noble Business Enterprises. Those who want to live independently are helped through our Community Living Service. Noble also offers Community Integration Services, featuring therapeutic art and Community Exploration. Adult Day Services are offered for those with higher needs and/or those with disabilities who also have Alzheimer's or dementia. Music, Recreational, and Behavioral Therapies are offered for both children and adults. We also help the families of those we serve by offering Respite Services, serving as The Arc of Greater Indianapolis, and offering networking opportunities and educational workshops through our Center for Family Leadership.