The Whitely Community Council is a neighborhood association representing the Whitely Community, located in Muncie, Indiana. We value shared information and opportunities that improve lives. We hope to build a connected education loop for all ages that connects schools, home, and the community.
Major Projects – 2016
The Year of Color is an ambitious series of public and private beautification projects consisting of painting, planting, repair, and public art installation.
Help to support this project by donating on our GoFundMe page here. Your donation will help us to accomplish so much and paint our community with pride!
To find out about Paint the Park Day which occurred on June 25. Click here.
To see the list of paint colors and learn how you can sign up to be part of the Year of Color residential beautification, click here.
Whitely has started the journey to make the food desert in the community bloom and to resolve the serious problem of food insecurity in our area.
We have created the Whitely Community Food Pantry. It is open the first and third Thursday of each month from 4pm-6pm. On the first Thursday of each month it will be at Union Missionary Baptist Church and on the third Thursday at Harvest Christian Fellowship. It is open only to those people who live in the Whitely area or are members of the Whitely Community Council. To use the pantry you must have an ID or a bill with your name and address showing you are a Whitely resident.
We need your help as volunteers. If you can volunteer some hours please contact Jay Zimmerman at email@example.com or Mary Dollison at 288-1892.
Also we are raising needed funds to support the pantry and to begin to achieve our longterm goals.The current objective is to secure funds to pay for the food needed for the pantry. Longer term we hope to acquire property to house the pantry, and possibly a grocery store. Donations to help with funding for this project can be sent to Whitely Community Council at P.O. Box 665, Muncie, IN 47308. Checks should be made out to Whitely Community Council with the phrase “food insecurity” written in the memo line, to ensure the funds go to the appropriate project. You can also support the pantry through our GoFundMe campaign to raise funds for the Whitely Community Food Pantry project, please click here.
Read the letter to the editor from Dr. Maude Jennings about our role in combating food insecurity here.