Beaman Home Receives Funding For Car From Local Community Foundations

The Beaman Home announced the purchase of a new car for client transportation.

Funding for the purchase was provided through a collaboration between Kosciusko County Community Foundation, Marshall County Community Foundation and Northern Indiana Community Foundation.

Beaman Home employees provide transportation for domestic violence victims and their children to court, housing, job interviews, work and doctor’s appointments. The Beaman Home serves, on average, 40 families per month and its case managers transport them to over 50 appointments each month.

“The support of the community foundations has been invaluable to Beaman over the years. We are thrilled they could help us provide transportation, a much-needed service to our clients, in a safe, reliable vehicle,” said Executive Director Dr. Jennifer Hayes.

In 2019, Beaman served over 500 individuals from Kosciusko, Marshall and Fulton counties.

Beaman Home has provided services to Kosciusko, Fulton and Marshall counties’ victims of domestic violence and their children since 1985. For more information, visit or  its Facebook page at, and LinkedIn. If you, or someone you know, is a victim of assault or abuse, contact Beaman Home’s Toll Free 24/7 Crisis Hotline at 877-725-9363.