Thank you to our Investors!
WHITE OAK SPONSORS
Anna Strout Family in Memory of Toby Strout
Mary Ann and Bruce Gingles in Honor of Katherine Devich
39 Degrees North
Anna Strout in Memory of Martha Voyles
Bloomington Community Orchard
Carl Ziegler in Memory of Helen D’Amico
Carl Ziegler in Memory of Emilie Murray
German American Bank
MWH Board of Directors
Vibrant Life/Dr. Clark Brittain
PINK SPIRES SPONSORS
Congregation Beth Shalom
Mary Anne Devich
Family Dental Centre, the office of Dr. Mark Sills and Dr. Grant Hardisty
ISU The May Agency
Pictura Gallery & FAR Center for Contemporary Arts
Applegate Consulting Group
In Memory of Baby Braylon
Baked! of Bloomington
Bloomington High School North Alumni
Tara and Bob Babcock
Child Adult Resource Services
Hometown Insurance Group
Jenny Gildea Photography
Lahn Law, LLC
Needmore Coffee Roasters
White Rabbit Print & Designs
Thank you to Crosstown Cleaners and Kinser Cleaners for generously cleaning all of our tree sweaters so the will be fresh for next year!
Click below for a list of 2020-2021 trees and sponsors,
and our new interactive map!
Just as Middle Way House wraps survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking in warmth and support, teams and individual fabric artists lovingly create tree sweaters for dozens of downtown Bloomington trees. Each beautiful tree sweater is sponsored by a business, person, or organization committed to helping us provide meaningful alternatives to living with violence. Sweaters help publicize our 24/7 Help & Crisis Line: 812.336.0846.
Can you help create a tree sweater for the 2020-2021 display? All knitters, crocheters, and other fabric artists are invited to join us. Please contact Mindy at 812.333.7404 or email@example.com.
Will you sponsor a tree sweater this year? Signage on a tree sweater publicizes your support for Middle Way House over five months of the year. And your investment funds support groups, childcare, legal advocacy, emergency shelter, transitional housing, and more services for survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking. Click HERE for more information and contact Mindy at 812.333.7404 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click HERE to view our album of 2020-2021 tree sweaters, including 10 new sweaters!
Click HERE to view our full gallery of gorgeous 2019-2020 tree sweaters!
Click HERE to learn more about the special, first-generation tree sweater and Mary Ann Gingles’ leadership in bringing Wrapped in Love to life.
On October 4, 2019, Middle Way House staff and supporters (including local fabric artists, tree sponsors, and special guests), gathered on the southeast corner of the courthouse lawn to recognize Domestic Violence Awareness Month and to celebrate the opening of Wrapped in Love.
Left: Executive Director, Debra Morrow, speaks at the 2018 event, as Middle Way House board member and Wrapped in Love organizer Christopher DeYoung applauds.
Right: Fabric artists Kathy Glibert, Susie McLaughlin, Suzann Owen, and Katherine Devich hold yarn in preparation for the 2018 yarn-cutting.
Left: Mayor John Hamilton issues a Mayoral Proclamation in honor of Wrapped in Love.
Right: Executive Director, Debra Morrow, cuts yarn with sponsor Chris Walls and fabric artists Peggy Brown and Marianna Brough in background.
Video of Yarn-Cutting Celebration:
Please enjoy and share this video of the 2018 Wrapped in Love Yarn-Cutting Ceremony, filmed by long-time Middle Way House volunteer Duane Busick.