June 24, 2010

UIndy and INHP Partner for Southside Block Party
INDIANAPOLIS—The University of Indianapolis and the Indianapolis Neighborhood Housing Partnership (INHP) have joined forces to host a homeownership fair Block Party Saturday, J une 26, from 10am to 4pm in front of the Schwitzer Student Center on the UIndy Campus (1400 E. Hanna Ave).
The event features fun, free activities for families, including interactive areas for children, food, neighborhood businesses and resources, and live, local entertainment. Plus, visitors can have a private credit assessment and take a free Money Management class on site inside the Schwitzer Student Center from 10am-1pm (registration for class is preferred, visit www.inhp.org or call 610-4631).
This is the final Block Party in a series of four hosted by INHP throughout the month of June, which is National Homeownership month.
What: Block Party
When: Saturday, June 26, 10 am – 4 pm (Rain or shine)
Where: Grassy area between the Schwitzer Student Center and Ruth Lilly Fitness Center on the University of Indianapolis Campus
1400 E. Hanna Ave , Indianapolis , Indiana (see campus map)
Cost: FREE and open to the public
Why: Enjoy a fun day of free activities in a great Indianapolis neighborhood, and find resources to prepare for homeownership!
About INHP
INHP is a trusted 22-year-old nonprofit that empowers working families to become and remain long-term, successful homeowners. The mission of INHP is to increase safe, decent, affordable housing opportunities that foster healthy, viable neighborhoods. Since 2000, more than 15,000 families have completed an INHP program, and INHP and its partners have invested more than $210 million in mortgages for low- and moderate-income families.
For more information, visit www.inhp.org/myblock
Amy Wiser
Director of Communications & Marketing
Indianapolis Neighborhood Housing Partnership
3550 North Washington Blvd., Indianapolis , IN 46205
Office: 317.610.4620
Fax: 317.610.4600
The mission of INHP is to increase safe, decent, affordable housing opportunities that foster healthy viable neighborhoods.


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