Where We Serve

Chicktime Indy is proud to serve the Wheeler Mission Center for Women and Children! Wheeler Mission provides Christ-centered programs and services for the homeless and those in need. Their services take a holistic approach to our local homelessness community by providing physical, mental, emotional and spiritual help.

Our Emergency Shelter Services for women and women with children is a 30-day program designed to assist women with basic temporal needs, like meals and shelter, while assessing the factors that led them to homelessness. Whether addiction, mental health, medical, occupational, or educational issues, ladies are encouraged to enter our other long-term programs that can help them with recovery, securing safe housing and employment or mental health care. Their women’s residential programs are designed to address the specific issues that contribute to life instability and, in turn, homelessness. The primary goal of these long-term programs is to walk alongside women and children as they either enter or strengthen their walk with Christ. Their Higher Ground Addiction Recovery Program is unique in that its focus is total healing through a relationship with Christ.

Wheeler Mission has nine different locations in Indianapolis and Bloomington. We offer homeless services, residential programs, and addiction recovery programs for men and women. We also have enterprises – Wheeler Mission Thrift Store, Wheeler Mission Pallets & Industry, and Restored Creations – that help fund our programs. Their vision is to provide Christ-centered programs and services to the homeless and those in need and to see every man, woman and child we serve equipped to be productive citizens who enjoy lasting success in Christ.


Current Needs:

Coffee (regular and decaf), sugar, creamer
Meats (fish, chicken, ham, beef)
Milk, juice, lemonade, other drink mixes
Condiments, including mayo, BBQ sauce, ketchup, mustard
Spices (including salt and pepper, onion, garlic, Italian)
Paper napkins, paper towels, paper plates, disposable tableware
Peanut butter and jelly
Sugar (granulated, brown and powdered)
Oatmeal and cereal
Cake/dessert mixes and frosting
Fresh, frozen or canned fruit and vegetables
Fruit juice cans or bottles
Pasta, rice, instant potatoes
Undershirts and underwear (all types and sizes)
Pajamas (all sizes)
Pants, jeans, sweatpants, etc.
Shoes, boots, dress shoes, flip-flops, sandals, shower shoes
Socks (new and in package)
Coats, jackets, rain ponchos
Accessories: Belts, hats, scarves and gloves
Pantyhose (black, taupe, suntan; M to queen-size)
Notebooks and notebook paper – college or wide ruled
#10 envelopes
Blank CDs
Copy paper
Flash drives (any size)
Gift cards to McGraw Hill Contemporary, Barnes & Noble, and Amazon
Inexpensive 8X10 frames for certificates
Pencils, pens, highlighters
Pocket Folders
Spiral index cards
Three ring binders (1 1/2in, 3in clear view) and tabbed notebook dividers
Baby wipes, baby shampoo, diapers and pull-ups (larger sizes)
Body wash (trial/travel size and large bottles)
Chucks (disposable, waterproof bed pads)
Deodorant (trial/travel size, regular size, or spray)
Disposable razors
Ethnic hair care products
Shampoo, conditioner, moisturizer and hair relaxer
Shaving cream
Skin lotion (trial/travel size and large bottles)
Soap (trial/travel size)
Blow dryers
Cornstarch powder and foot powder
Cotton balls
Hairbrushes, combs, night caps, and ponytail holders
Super tampons and sanitary napkins
Toilet paper
Toothbrushes and toothpaste (trial/travel size toothpaste)
Bath towels and wash cloths
Bed sheets (Twin, Twin XL, Queen), pillow cases, and pillows
Blankets (including baby blankets)
Dish cloths, hand towels, pot holders, aprons
Antacid tablets
Children’s teething gel
Children’s Tylenol
Cold/sinus medication (non-alcoholic)
Cough drops and syrup (non-alcoholic) and throat lozenges
Pain relievers (aspirin, ibuprofen, acetaminophen)
PediaSure and Pedialyte
Batteries (C, D, AA, AAA)
Bowls, cups, forks, spoons
Disinfectant wipes, non-alcoholic hand sanitizer, Lysol
Kleenex (boxed and individual)
Small pots and pans (heavy-duty/commercial grade)
Large safety pins
Large storage tubs
Laundry detergent and dryer sheets
Metal folding chairs


If you would like to donate any of these items, please call the administration office at 317-635-3575 or visit them online at wheelermission.org. You can also email info@wmm.org today!