Bally Foundation

9 months ago, the Bally Foundation started our DME (Durable Medical Equipement) Bally Marketplace program. Our program, collects used DME, cleans, repairs and then gives the equipment to families in need at no cost to the family.

Over the past several months, we have partnered with 2 Men and a Truck. Through their generosity, they pick up and deliver the DME. We have also partnered with the Indiana Department of Correction. Through the IDOC, the Bally Foundation has opened a Bally Chapter in Logansport Indiana at the Logansport Juvenile Correctional Facility. The Students at the LJCF, clean, repair, inventory and photograph all of the equipment, thus giving them the opportunity to lean a new skill and to give to those less fortunate than themselves. The Students have named our program Wheel LIFE (Liberation, Independence, Freedom, Empowerment).

As we grow our Bally Marketplace, Wheel LIFE program, and grow our chapteres thoughout the State of Indiana, we look for your support of donations and your time to volunteer. ( For more information please visit our website,
I truly appreciate your donation and time!
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Christopher Cleveland 
Indianapolis, IN
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