School on Wheels aims to break the homeless cycle by providing kids with education

INDIANAPOLIS -- More than 5,000 children in Marion County are homeless, and Schools on Wheels aims to help break that cycle, by providing those students with the tools they need to get an education.

 “We also have teens in our programs, and we want to help them get to the next level just like any other child, so they can grow up, get a good education and go to college, get a good job and have a good, resourceful life,” said Ieva Grundy, Program Coordinator for School on Wheels. 

Donations to the program go towards buying things like iPads, school supplies, games and books for children in need. 

The School on Wheels program wouldn’t be possible without donations and community support, which is why RTV6 will match all donations during the month of February up to $25,000.

Learn more about School on Wheels at

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