Over 400 men, women, and children are homeless in Evansville each year
Aurora has housed over 500 people suffering from homelessness
Creating solutions to prevent and striving to end chronic homelessness in our community.
As a homeless service provider, we offer many programs to reach the homeless in our community as well as those at risk of becoming homeless. Our goals are to increase public awareness of homelessness and ensure everyone in our community has a place to call home.
We believe that everyone has value and needs a safe, decent affordable place to call home.
Aurora’s Monthly Donors fund the organization’s programs and services. Without you, preventing and ending homelessness in our area would not be possible. Join Aurora’s mission today by becoming a Monthly Donor. Learn more about how you can help.
We believe that actively collaborating with other community agencies, churches, schools, businesses, and more is important to making the end of homelessness a reality. We connect individuals to local housing, food pantries, financial assistance, and more.
Who We Are
Aurora, Inc., a nonprofit organization in Evansville, IN, strives to prevent and end homelessness in the Evansville community. The Aurora team provides many services for those who are homeless or are at risk of being homeless in the community. Our services include a Homeless Outreach Team to provide shelter and supplies to the homeless in our area, a Re-Entry program to help anyone released from institutions successfully transition back into the community and off the streets, rental assistance for those with disabilities, and much more.
Aurora impacts more than 1,600 individuals each year. This number includes children, men, women, veterans, the re-entry population, refugees, and individuals with disabilities.
Aurora is dedicated to connecting the homeless, near homeless, and those in crisis to resources in the community that can help. Our team strives to expand public awareness of homelessness and conduct research to be shared with city, state, and federal officials in order to prevent and end homelessness in our community.