The Joseph Maley Foundation
Serving children of all abilities
The Joseph Maley Foundation encompasses five programs that serve the whole child and those who directly affect the child, including family, friends, educators, professionals, and community leaders.
Our five programs include disability and mental health awareness, leadership and service-learning opportunities, and adaptive and inclusive athletics. For more information about all of our offerings, please visit our programs page.
JMFitness is so fun! I like that I can be involved in lots of activities and get around. My favorite activity is basketball.Miana, Age 6
JMF is important to me because it represents equality and acceptance for everyone.Nicholas Sowinski, JMF Junior Board
JMF is a wonderful resource for our schools, specifically what they can provide in the area of awareness.Mary McCoy, Assistant Superintendent Archdiocese Indianapolis
For our second blog post of the week (surprise!) – JMF brings you another interview from one of our HOPE Program speakers, Dr. Katherine Soe. Dr. Soe is currently completing her residency training in pediatrics, adult psychiatry, and child and adolescent psychiatry at Indiana University. She is another highly valuable…...
While Children’s Mental Health Awareness Week has passed, Mental Health Awareness Month as a whole has not. The Joseph Maley Foundation believes that it is important to continue to share resources on how to begin the conversation of mental health with children, because we believe, like many others, that education…...
For our first board member blog post of the month, we’d like to introduce Tim Weber. Tim is an orthopaedic surgeon specializing in trauma, and works within the orthopaedic group, OrthoIndy. He is a graduate of Michigan State University, and has helped JMF develop our run2gether program. Keep reading to…...