LifeStream Services was awarded a grant from the Henry County Community Foundation on April 28, 2020. This grant was a part of the Choose Henry Fund – Community Grants, which supports non-profit organizations serving Henry County.

LifeStream will use the grant funds to support its Adult Guardianship program to continue to represent and advocate for vulnerable and incapacitated adults who are unable to make personal decisions regarding their care. LifeStream is the legal guardian of 47 adults throughout central Indiana. Providing this service for adults allows them to remain safe, active members of their home communities.

Megan Velasquez, Director of Client Services, shared:

“We are grateful to receive support from the Henry County Community Foundation to be able to advocate for vulnerable adults in the community.”

The Henry County Community Foundation, Inc. is a public trust which secures permanent funds for philanthropic purposes. Their mission is to help where the needs are the greatest, and the benefits to the community and its citizens are most substantial; provide public-spirited donors a vehicle for using their gifts in the best possible way now and in the future as conditions inevitably change; and provide excellent stewardship of those gifts which it receives. Learn more about the Henry County Community Foundation at

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