Published On: January 11, 2015

2015 is proving to be an exciting year for Easterseals Crossroads and we want you to join in on the fun with us! Review the latest volunteer opportunities listed below and contact Tessa Barnard at or 317-466-1000 if you are interested in participating.
Search Engine Optimization for Crossroads Document Services
Crossroads Document Services, a division of Easterseals Crossroads, (located at Crossroads Industrial Services, 8302 E. 33rd Street, Indianapolis) is seeking a volunteer to help develop an e-marketing campaign. The focus would be on search engine optimization (SEO) in order to raise our profile in internet searches for document scanning services in Indiana. This is an extremely flexible opportunity for someone who is internet and computer savvy.
Sertoma Club of North Downtown Indianapolis’ Valentine’s Day Rose Sale
Volunteers are needed on Thursday, February 12, from 4:30 to 8:00 p.m. at Easter Seals Crossroads to assist the Sertoma Club of North Downtown Indianapolis while they prepare roses for the 2015 Rose Sale benefiting Easter Seals Crossroads. Volunteers will remove bottom thorns from roses, fill water tubes, and insert stems into water tubes along with style vases and boxed roses and trim baby’s breath and leather leaf. Additional volunteers are needed anytime between 8:00 AM and 5:30 PM on Friday, February 13 at Easter Seals Crossroads.
Provide Child Care During Parents’ Night Out
We are looking for volunteers to assist the staff of Parents’ Night Out, which provides respite care for family members and primary caregivers of children with special needs ages six months to twelve years old. Respite care enhances personal and family health by providing necessary physical care and recreational activities to the children while offering parents and caregivers a well-deserved break. Parents’ Night Out takes place at Easterseals Crossroads every Friday night. Volunteers report at 5:30 pm with dinner provided and the children are there from 6 pm – 10 pm.
Are you interested in joining a voluntary organization that directly benefits Easterseals Crossroads? Check out these two great options!
Crossroads Guild
The Crossroads Guild was organized in 1955 to partner with Easterseals Crossroads to help the children served reach their full potential, and to enrich and make a difference in their lives with compassion and respect for differences in abilities through volunteer service, staff support, promotion of Crossroads’ values and services, the education and socialization of Guild members, and fundraising. Meetings take place on the third Tuesday of every month at Easterseals Crossroads or a point of interest that is determined annual. Often these meetings are held in conjunction with an interesting topic that may include a trip to another location and/or a speaker, along with a luncheon. The Crossroads Guild hosts an annual Family Fun Day, creates crafts to sell as a fundraiser at the Christmas Gift & Hobby Show, and volunteers at CampAbility, a summer day-camp for children at Easter Seals Crossroads. Please contact us for more information about the Guild, who invite you to have a heart, lend a hand, help a child!
Sertoma Club of North Downtown Indianapolis
Headquartered in Kansas City, Missouri, Sertoma is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization dedicated to meeting the needs of communities through volunteer service. Annually, Sertomans raise more than $20 million dollars for local community service projects throughout North America. Dedicated to “SERviceTO MAnkind,” the North Downtown Indianapolis club annually supports several local organizations and programs through volunteer and fundraising efforts. Easter Seals Crossroads is the primary charitable organization and is supported through an annual Valentine’s Day rose sale, Indianapolis Indians and Indiana Pacers fundraisers, volunteerism through their special events and more. Through weekly meetings and working together with others interested in helping the community, friendships and networking opportunities develop and flourish. Lunch meetings are held every Thursday at 12 noon at the Scottish Rite Cathedral at the corner of North and Meridian Street; lunch is included.
If you are interested in learning more about Sertoma and how you can get involved, visit their website or contact Carlos Simpson at