Camp Kesem Gala

Camp Kesem is a camp ran solely by college students who fundraise for children who’s parents are affected by cancer to attend camp for a single week and connect with others affected by the disease. Make the Magic Gala Raised over $20,000 tonight for these kids to go to camp with no cost. Photos by: Nick Henry

Cirque du SoGay

Spectrum’s annual spring drag show Cirque du SoGay was held at the Ball Gym on April 14. The event was to raise money for Trans Women of Color Collective, Spectrum raised over $2,000, which was a new record for the books. Photos by Stephanie Amador

Rialzo Charity Gala

Guests enjoy various entertainment acts during the Rialzo Charity Gala hosted by Meridian Health Services in Muncie Ind. on April 14. Rialzo is Meridian Health Services’ annual charity gala celebrating the harmony of “whole-person” health. Photo by Mallory Huxford

Blood-N-Fire Community Meal

Volunteers serve a community meal at Blood-N-Fire for Muncie locals. The organization serves a meal every Saturday. Photos by Rebecca Slezak


The Helping Hand at Daleville Library

Ruchi Patel volunteers at the Daleville Library every Tuesday after school. Patel’s job is to organize the book shelves, make panphlets, and make sure the library is a clean enviroment. Photos by Stephanie Amador

Avondale United Methodist Church

Volunteers of Avondale United Methodist Church, off of 10th and Sampson St in Muncie, Ind., prepares a meal for families and people in the community, every Thursday. For some attendees, Avondale has become a third home and others, it is a place to get a safe meal other than the soup kitchen. Photos by Grace Hollars

L&J Clothes Fashion Show

L&J Clothes hosted their first fashion show on April 14 to showcase their new spring and summer collection. L&J use recycled fabrics and materials to create new garments that have a low-impact on the environment. Photo By Reagan Allen

Heintzleman Tree Planting

Hans Heintzleman, his son Hanson Heintzleman, and Cooper Sprague volunteer to plant two Dogwood Trees on April 14th at Tom and Debbie Heck’s house. Debbie says she is usually the one spending time outdoors planting, but she has fallen ill and hasn’t had the energy. “I’m so glad we could give her this small token of hope and life,” Hans said. Hans owns Heintzelman Hardwood Floors and plants trees to replace the ones he uses for his business. Next week Hans will be planting over 900 trees to restore cleared areas at Munsee Woods with the Golden Eagle District Cub Scout packs and Boy Scout troops. Munsee woods is formerly Girl Scout Camp Munsee–now owned by Red Tail Conservancy. Hans started this program in his Cub Scout pack 7 years ago and went district wide last year. Photo by Kaiti Sullivan