ReJoyce Community impact anchor
With more than 30 years in broadcasting, Andrea has covered it all — from the 2008 Inauguration of Barack Obama to the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney, Australia. She’s earned seven Emmy Awards and an Edward R. Murrow Award for a documentary on the AIDS epidemic. As a survivor and thriver from triple-negative breast cancer, Andrea aims to help women harness the reality that they can overcome all the challenges of life that come their way. Additionally, she appeared in an episode of “Parks and Recreation.”
ReJoyce Community Impact
Andrea Morehead returns to Indianapolis TV
Andrea Morehead returns to Indianapolis TV Contact: Steven Hadt, firstname.lastname@example.org, 317-903-9157 CARMEL (April 27, 2023) — Andrea Morehead, legendary Indianapolis television news anchor, has a new TV home. She’s teaming up with the experts at ReJoyce
making a difference
Andrea’s segments will round out the program by offering ways to make a personal impact in the community by sharing time or financial resources with those organizations making a difference.
The Retirement Halftime Show powered by the experts at ReJoyce Financial is seen and heard on ten television and radio outlets across Indiana. It is also available nationally on-demand through Your Home TV. Each week, Alexander talks with financial experts about the issues and concerns impacting retirement financial well-being.
In the Community
Andrea’s segments in The Retirement Halftime Show, presented by ReJoyce Financial, serve as a valuable guide for individuals seeking to make a meaningful difference in their community through personal contributions of time and resources.
Step into history at The Roberts Settlement, a remarkable pioneer community established in 1835 by courageous and resilient free blacks with diverse racial backgrounds, making it an inspiring African-American landmark.
The Fight For Life Foundation passionately supports the growth and empowerment of underserved youth, nurturing the development of vital social and emotional skills essential for a path toward success.
The Heart & Soul Free Clinic, a beacon of hope for those without health insurance or with limited coverage in Hamilton County and the neighboring regions. This compassionate clinic provides essential medical services, ensuring that everyone receives the care they deserve, regardless of their insurance status.
The Abbie Hunt Bryce Home in Indianapolis, IN—a no-cost, nonprofit residence offering solace and care to the terminally ill, leaving a lasting impact on their lives.
Rescue, Sanctuary, and Compassion. Oinking Acres Farm is a 501c3 nonprofit in Brownsburg, Indiana, is dedicated to saving lives, educating communities about farm animal rescue, finding forever homes for adoptable animals, and offering sanctuary to those who need it most.
The Indy Hygiene Hub, a benevolent non-profit, stands as a beacon of compassion, dedicated to uplifting families in their time of need by providing them with meticulously curated, high-quality personal care and hygiene essentials.
How To Give Back
Fight For Life
Marlin Jackson, known for his stellar career in football, has transitioned from the gridiron to become a true champion for educational change. Through his Fight For Life Foundation, Marlin is tackling critical issues faced by students and empowering them to make positive choices, and excel academically.
The Roberts Settlement
Nearly 300 free people of color established a community. Now their descendants are building a legacy walk to commemorate the past, inform the present, and inspire the future. ReJoyce Financial’s Community Impact Anchor Andrea Morehead reports on how you can help.
Morning Light extends a heartfelt embrace to those in their final journey, offering a sanctuary of solace for terminally ill patients in Indianapolis. This extraordinary organization opens its doors to providing support to individuals of low income, ensuring their dignity in their most challenging moments.