The following press release was sent to the Bloomingtonian Tuesday:
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Tuesday, February 7th, 2023
Middle Way House announces their Annual Fern Sale for 2023
A fundraiser to benefit Middle Way House, a social services agency and
501(c)3 nonprofit dedicated to supporting survivors of domestic violence,
sexual assault, and human trafficking.
Bloomington, Indiana – Middle Way House is thrilled to announce our
annual fern sale! This year, please consider purchasing a fern to benefit
survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking. Our
ferns are lush, Boston ferns in 10-inch hanging baskets. They are locally
sourced from Hall’s Greenhouse, which is located at 4855 S. Harmony Rd.
in Bloomington! We are selling each fern for $35, and roughly 50% of the
proceeds is a direct donation to our organization. The fern sale is only live
while supplies are available; secure your fern today at
https://middlewayhouse.org/annual-fern-sale/! We can accept payments
online via card or in-person via check or cash. If you are a resident of
Monroe County, we will personally deliver your fern with care FREE of
charge on April 13th. If you are a resident outside of Monroe County, your
fern will be available for pick-up at our Administrative Office at 338 S.
Washington St, Bloomington, IN. For questions, please call the office at
(812) 333-7404 or email [email protected]. Thank
you for your support!
About Middle Way House
Since the early 1970s, Middle Way House has been providing services to
people in crisis. Today, Middle Way House provides support services for
survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking,
including an emergency shelter, a 24/7 help & crisis line, on-scene
advocacy, transitional and permanent housing solutions for survivors and
their families, legal advocacy, and education and prevention programs.
Middle Way House serves six counties in southern Indiana (Monroe,
Greene, Lawrence, Owen, Morgan, and Martin) and relies on a staff of 70
and a committed volunteer force to provide around-the-clock response
and services to those experiencing abuse and assault. It is not necessary
that an individual reside in our emergency shelter or transitional housing
program to access most of our services. We believe, support, and affirm
the identities of ALL survivors. For more information, please