Support Us

Sycamore Services has received assistance during the COVID-19 pandemic from generous donations and grants that have helped us face the challenges of COVID-19 head on. The Central Indiana COVID-19 Community Economic Relief Fund (C-CERF) has provided Sycamore Services with funds to ensure that many basic living needs are being provided for individuals served. C-CERF is a community fund established by founding partners Lilly Endowment, Inc., Central Indiana Community Foundation, Eli Lilly and Company Foundation, Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust, Richard M. Fairbanks Foundation and United Way of Central Indiana to support human services organizations and the individuals and families they serve who are affected directly and indirectly by the COVID-19 crisis.

Donate $10 a month or $10,000 annually, your support makes a difference! 

Not only can your donation to Sycamore Services come with tax benefits for you, it helps us overcome the immense challenges of continuing services to our communities. Many of the individuals we serve depend on our supports daily to complete fundamental activities in their home, such as preparing meals, cleaning, medication administration, personal hygiene and more. Families depend on us to help them learn coping mechanisms for improved behaviors, and assistance replacing jobs that have been lost in the recent economic downturn. The health and wellbeing of those we serve is in our hands, and we depend on the generosity of people like you to continue providing meaningful services that directly impact their quality of life. 

Whether in the midst of a public health crisis or not, the individuals and families we serve count on us and we must be there for them, no matter the circumstances.

Together We Can

Friends, a caring family, a good job, respect, personal growth, choices, challenges, dignity, belonging and having fun. These are characteristics of “the good life.” By volunteering, donating or supporting special events at Sycamore Services, you can help ensure that individuals with special needs have opportunities to reach their goals.

You Can Make A Difference!

Your donation will help someone improve their communication skills, participate in art classes, or develop job skills that will help them achieve more independence.  Your donation can be made to our general fund, or designated for a specific purpose.  For instance, you can request that your donation be applied to a specific program, such as art supplies for our ceramics classes, materials for our cooking classes, or toward plant or building supplies for our Sensory Garden. Or, you can make a  memorial contribution to celebrate and remember a special individual’s passions.

If you would like to donate today with a credit card, simply click the “Donate” button on this page and set up monthly or a one time contribution.

Monetary donations can also be mailed to:

Sycamore Services
1001 Sycamore Lane
P.O. Box 369
Danville, IN 46122

There are many other ways to offer support to Sycamore Services and make a difference in the lives of the individuals we serve, including:

  • Planned Giving
  • Memorial Gifts
  • Capital Campaign Contributions
  • Corporate Giving Circle
  • Sponsorships, support and participation in Special Events


To learn more about how your support can make a difference, contact our Director of Community Relations and Business Solutions Claire Rutledge at or 317-537-8428.

Sycamore Services wishes to thank all of our generous donors for supporting our mission and improving lives. Sycamore Services is a 501(c) 3 non-profit corporation and all monetary donations are tax deductible. Unspecified contributions are added to our general funds that help with expenses of programs not covered by other contract funds.


Together, we make a difference.

Contact Us

Sycamore Services, Inc.
Corporate Office & Work Center

1001 Sycamore Lane
P.O. Box 369
Danville, IN 46122-1474

PH: (317) 745-4715
TOLL FREE: 866-573-0817
FAX: (317) 745-8271

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Hendricks County Community Foundation

Thank you to Hendricks County Community Foundation for the generous grant that made this website possible.