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Damar Vice President of Communications and Marketing Jenny Peters-Reece: "It’s a peace of mind – or, shalom, in Hebrew – that every family with a loved one who’s prone to wander should have."

Damar, Indianapolis Colts, firefighters to host mock rescue to show how Project Lifesaver works to locate kids with autism who go missing

As cities scramble to land Amazon's announced HQ2, Indy has an edge if it leverages its connectedness. This article originally appeared in the Sept. 23 Indianapolis Business Journal.

A number of CEOs and civic leaders have pledged to go car free or car lite on Sept. 22, and they're challenging Central Indiana residents to park their cars for the day.

The Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust awarded the Central Indiana Land Trust a $645,000 grant for three White River projects.

Three veterans will lead efforts in the firm's healing, learning and discovery markets.

This article originally appeared in the Aug. 12, 2017, Indianapolis Business Journal.

The CTS Faith & Action, supported by the Mike and Sue Smith Family Foundation, awarded $125,000 in poverty-fighting grants.

The blog will include insights from Damar leaders and professionals, with lessons learned, information from the latest research, and glimpses of the challenges and successes Damar and its clients and employees experience every day.

Prestigious grant will support Frankenstein-related programming.

For 30 years, Dottie Gillam has ensured that Damar clients are well-fed ... and well-loved.

In the Indiana Chamber's Biz Voice magazine, Indiana Humanities president and CEO Keira Amstutz recently profiled InnovateMap's Mike Reynolds as part of her “Take the Leap” series, which focuses on individual Hoosiers who are making a difference by merging STEM and the humanities. Learn more at

The Central Indiana Land Trust (CILTI) has completed Phase 1 of its $2.9 million effort to establish White River Bluffs and preserve forever 12.2 wooded acres along the White River.

The following appeared in the June 17 Indianapolis Business Journal.

JTPR was proud to partner with Laura Miller Communications to create context for Conexus, the organization that drives success in Indiana's advanced manufacturing and logistic industries. To vuiew the website, go to