The Top Ladies of Distinction, commonly known as TLOD, is a national nonprofit educational and humanitarian organization serving youth and adults. The Indianapolis Chapter is full of vibrant women who vow to make a difference in their community. One of the women is Deris Owens, whose brother Tony Miller was once a resident at Morning Light’s Abbie Hunt Bryce Home. She never forgot the compassion and warm feelings that defined his final days as he stayed at the Home.
That’s why she recently organized a TLOD supply drive for the home, with the results shown here. A few hundred dollars’ worth of paper goods, cleaning products, towels and other sundries were collect by local Chapter members. They included (l-r) Gerri Shepherd, Latrealle Smith, Tammie Martin, Shamika Anderson, Deris Owens, and Roni Ford. Abbie Hunt Bryce Home Weekend Lead/Food Coordinator Helen Johnson (far right) was there to accept the contributions with much gratitude!
If you or your organization would like to make a similar collection, please view the Home wish list on this site and let us know when you want to visit and be recognized!
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.
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