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LUNA was proud to partner with Indy Pride for the 2018 Pride Festival, Parade, and Deaf Pride! Partnerships like this are part of our innovative giving program and support diversity of all kinds inside our organization and in the world. #diversity...read more
LUNA is proud to call Washington Township Schools a partner and was grateful to participate in the end of year celebration for their ENL students and families. #LUNAliferead more
Indy Pride, Inc. exists to unite and serve its members and the LGBTQ community of Central Indiana and those with disabilities through leadership development, educational and support programs, and community events that achieve inclusivity, equality, strong community...read more
At LUNA, we believe in storytelling as a way to learn more about our company culture and our staff. Nemin Sakuthay, LUNA Staff Translator and Interpreter, shares part of his personal story about his name and connection to language in this...read more
Indiana Donor Network (IDN), one of 58 designated organ recovery organizations in the U.S., is a vital link between people waiting for life-saving organ transplants and donors. Working closely with Indiana hospitals, donor families, and the United Network for Organ...read more
contributed by Isaiah Curtis Have you ever heard the phrase “to be under the weather?” As a native English speaker, you understand this means to feel slightly ill, but someone who’s learning English may not know exactly what this means until having it explained. The...read more