Be a voice of compassion

New Song Advocate

Addiction. Poverty. Homelessness. Violence. When these troubling characteristics are present in a child’s home, the future of that boy or girl is in danger. Indiana has a large number of vulnerable children who are living in poverty.  

Boy fishingA serious problem with a positive solution.

Children who have suffered from dysfunctional environments can be healed and strengthened through a caring community that holistically meets their needs. Modeled after highly successful organizations around the country, New Song Mission represents a proven alternative and fantastic news for at-risk kids. 

Learn more about our programs and campus.

Be part of the solution

For several years we’ve witnessed the blessings of God in developing the ministry of New Song Mission. We’ve seen the sacrificial generosity of hundreds of people who are deeply concerned about young boys and girls who are suffering. We invite you to help children heal from feelings of rejection, abandonment, and fear. Please help them know they are deeply loved by partnering with us to equip them for life!

Contact us to learn how you can help equip children for life.

Top Ten Ways To Advocate For New Song

  1. Go through your phone contacts and text people our website link
  2. Go through your email list and forward friends our website link
  3. Like us on Facebook
  4. Share a recent New Song Facebook post with your Facebook friends  
  5. Arrange for New Song to make a presentation at your church
  6. Invite a group of your friends to tour the New Song campus
  7. Host an after-dinner dessert event in your home or an area restaurant and invite 10-20 of your friends
  8. Consider who you know with significant networking or financial capabilities and help New Song's Executive Director, Bob Schloss, get a personal meeting with them
  9. Recruit friends to come on a short-term mission trip to New Song and work on the campus  (e.g. small groups, father/son outings, family trips)
  10. Let us know of any connections you have with referral sources for children such as teachers, counselors, homeless shelters, urban churches, DCS workers, and probation officers

Give children the opportunity to thrive!