“COIN's local practices align closely with those of DPBP in Texas, and this trip and subsequent community report is an opportunity to show that Hoosiers care and how volunteering can make a difference in the lives of our immigrant neighbors” said Julie Sommers Neuman, Executive Director of COIN.
Maria Pimentel-Gannon is going with her husband. She's one of the interpreters. Asked why she wanted to go, Pimentel-Gannon got choked up and said, "I have two kids...I can't imagine being separated, being kept from them and not being able to do whatever I could" to help them.
Help newcomers adjust to Indy.