Morning Light, Inc. fosters nonprofit community services and programs in central Indiana for the terminally ill, seniors, and families of limited means in need of health, wellness or end of life care.
Each new day is a gift for us to appreciate.
Joe has a terminal diagnosis and is eligible for the hospice benefit. But he doesn’t have an appropriate place to spend his final days. He connects through his hospice provider to the Abbie Hunt Bryce Home, which is overseen by Morning Light. He stays at the Home free of charge, in dignity, surrounded by loving support - right up to the moment he passes.
Bob and Jan want a safe and secure place for their mother who has a fixed income. They hear about Pennwood Place, also operated by Morning Light. Mom now has a manageable and affordable apartment she can call her own. She also enjoys the exercise room, the wellness talks, and the camaraderie of monthly birthday gatherings.
Jackie thinks insurance covers all her medications and equipment. As her plan of care takes shape, she discovers that her finances are short. Morning Light then lends a hand and covers the cost. Jackie’s home-based recovery plans – as well as her independence- remain on track.
Morning Light embraces our core values of Compassion, Commitment, and Collaboration. Those values inspire three of Morning Light’s major initiatives:
The twelve-bed Abbie Hunt Bryce Home, which provides free living quarters for hospice patients of limited means. The Home may accommodate hospice respite care and post-surgery recovery for homeless patients.
The thirty-five unit Pennwood Place Apartments for low income seniors provides a safe and active environment for those in their golden years.
Occasional grants to support home care patients or the professionals who help them. This may include payment for medications, utilities, or staff training.
Morning Light relies on community generosity to support these services. You are invited to join us by contributing your time, talents, or financial gifts. Contact Executive Director CEO Tom Fodor for more information.
Your participation in our mission will truly
make a difference in the lives of those we serve.
Abbie Hunt Bryce Home residents are always in need of food, clothing, and other household and living supplies. If you wish to donate, contact the Home at 317.860.0484.
Morning Light operates a renovated office building in the heart of the Keystone Corridor. Suites of 2,000 - 15,000 square feet available! Click here to find out more.