Service Project and Contact List

The Hou Koda scouts do an amazing job supporting our community through a variety of service projects. We are truly living up to our Scout Law and Oath! In 2019 we logged over 17,000 hours of service!


Need a Service Project for Your Unit Patrol/ Crew/ Den or Family?

Here’s what we have coming up in the next few months!  Check out the Helping Hendricks County Facebook page for the most up to date service projects.


Or choose a service project specifically chosen for the Hou Koda Scouts! 


Plant a victory Garden:

Does your family garden have some extra space? Why not plant a few rows of produce for your local food pantry? Fresh produce is healthy and can be hard to find or expensive for many families. Reach out to a local pantry to find out what fresh produce they need. This is a great project for the whole family!  The extra vegetables from your gargen can be donated to food pantries:

Coburn Place Safe Haven

Packing diaper/ trash bag/  activity kits from home for victims of violence.   Coburn Place empowers victims of violence to live as survivors.


Spring Clean-up:

Spring Clean up.  Take a quick 30 minute hike in your neighborhood and while cleaning up trash


Build First aid kits for Vetrans

Roving Naturalists at Blanton Woods, June 11, 1-3 pm

Look for the Hendricks County Parks naturalists trails at Blanton Wood Nature Park in Danville! They may teach you how to identify a plant or an animal call, show you an animal track, or reveal any number of other interesting things found in nature!

This program is brought to you in partnership between Danville Parks and Recreation and Hendricks County Parks and Recreation.
Hawk Outdoor Labs, June 2 and all summer
There are over 14,000 people in Hendricks County who face food insecurity. All produce from the HAWK Gardens goes to local food pantries to support our neighbors.

Together we can make a difference!

Will you join us in our 2020 Spring Planting?
Please sign-up using the link below (one person per line)!

Tiny Homes for the Homeless, ongoing
Building on a model that has been successfully implemented in more than a dozen US cities, A Tiny Act of Kindness will create a community of tiny homes for people experiencing homelessness. Our project will focus on housing people classified as experiencing episodic or transitional homelessness with the goal of diverting people from experiencing chronic homelessness. By intervening early and providing access to a continuum of supportive services, our community will help residents bridge the gap to stable permanent housing.
Info at DE-Serves and

Local non-profit contacts

Click on the (green plus sign) to see more information.  
Contact and Online Details
*Contact ListHendricks County Community Foundation - Get InvolvedList of Non-profits
*Contact ListHendricks County Community Guide
*Contact ListNon-Profit Organization, Services, Clubs and Volunteering
EnvironmentalHendricks County Partnership for Water QualityEnvironmental beautify/education of waterways including Annual Spring Clean-Up317-745-9617,, ages
EnvironmentalKeeping Indianapolis BeautifulCleaning up litter, building pocket parks, creating greenspaces, planting trees, preparing mail, or assisting with special projects,
Food BankHendricks County Food Pantry CoalitionScouting for Food, Volunteering at Food Pantries, etc ages
Food BankFarmers and Hunters Feeding the HungryHunt and donate. 1 deer = 200 mealsJosh Wilson (, http://www.fhfh.orgHunters
Food BankInternational Disaster Emergency ServiceGAP Food-Packing, Build storage sheds for families displaced from their homes, etc.Joe Brackemyre (, http://www.ides.orgAll ages
Get InvolvedUnited Way of Central IndianaMultiple local projects,
Parks & TrailsB&O TrailTrail building, maintenance, and fundraisingJeff Smallwood ( and Diana Virgil (,
Parks & TrailsHendricks County Parks DepartmentPark fundraisers, Scout Sunday, etcSarah Wolf (, ages
Parks & TrailsTown ParksMultiple projects as neededMary Louise Bewley, Brownsburg Parks,
Delbert Harmon, Avon Parks & Recreation,
Will Lacey, Danville Parks,
Brian McLane, Plainfield Parks,
Justin Cadwell, Plainfield Parks,
All ages
PetsThe Chow Pantry INCCollection and donation of pet supplies and foodAngela @ 317-408-8669;, also see ages
PetsHendricks County Humane SocietyBuilding maintenance, fostering pets, food pantry, parades, etcCameron Johnson, volunteer4hchs@gmail.comAll ages
ScholarshipsHendricks College Network
TheatreHendricks Civic TheatreMaureen Conner (, and see needed