Wheeler Mission

Wheeler Mission
Wheeler Mission



Published on Dec 21, 2016
Vice President-elect Mike Pence joined other volunteers on the serving line during lunchtime Wednesday at Wheeler Mission Ministries in Downtown Indianapolis. Pence, who has visited the organization that serves the homeless community several times, said he and President-elect Donald Trump will focus on getting people “that have been left behind in this economy back to work.” Pence said. “It also means we’re going to need to continue to provide the resources for social service organizations that come alongside our most vulnerable citizens,” Pence said, “and I’m confident working with the Congress we’ll continue to do that.” Pence said he decided to come to Wheeler Mission as families prepare to celebrate Christmas. “I know that Hoosiers in big cities and small towns are taking time this week to reach out to those less fortunate with a charitable contribution, donate some time and just know even in these times where we have record employment in the state of Indiana and a growing economy, there are still many men and women in our state that are hurting, many families that are struggling,”

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