Our 35th anniversary campaign celebrates a milestone in our history of serving abused and neglected children in Indiana since 1985. Since that time, we have grown to serve more and more children and families each year.
Help us serve them for another 35 more.


To strengthen our mission and better serve our community, we have identified an overall goal of $500,000 to support our three programs:

For most of our childhoods, the word family gives us feelings of comfort, safety, and joy. But for an increasing number of today’s children, families are being torn apart by Drugs, Violence, Conflict, Abuse and Neglect. Kids’ Voice of Indiana was founded 35 years ago to serve children in these situations, often in low income households. When there wasn’t a resource to inform people on child and family law, we started writing the book that judges and lawyers now turn to in Indiana and provided free education to the public. When the courts sought an unbiased perspective on the situations that children were living in, we formed our Guardian ad Litem advocacy program. And when children needed a way to be safe while visiting their parent in a supervised environment, we created a parenting time program.

Our expertise in family and child law has made us the first line of defense for judges, families and community members to ensure children have a voice. We are the only agency of our kind and we need your help to continuously expand our services.

Help us not only give children a voice when their family is torn apart. Help us give them hope for the future. Because no child should be bound by their circumstances.