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INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — More than half of Indiana’s nonprofit groups that provide services to those in need have cut back on programs or reduced their capacity in recent months due to the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, a report has found.

Between revenue declines and fundraiser cancellations, about 60% of not-for-profit groups have suspended or ended programs such as summer camps, after-school programs, mentorships and volunteer programs, according to the report from the Paul H.

O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs at Indiana University and Indiana United Ways.

When schools closed in March, Nine13sports Chief Executive Tom Hanley wasn’t sure what to do. His organization’s programs that teach kids how to ride and build bikes are directly tied to partnerships with schools and community centers.

“In March, our world changed just like everybody else’s,” Hanley told the Indianapolis Business Journal.

He started thinking of ways he could re-purpose his group's assets and skills.

Nine13sports pivoted into food distribution and partnered with Gleaners Food Bank of Indiana, Second Helpings and Indy Hunger Network to deliver food to those who are unable to pick up distributions themselves. Hanley said his staff has delivered 2.5 million pounds of food.

Other not-for-profits have shifted as much as possible to virtual programs. According to the IU report, 69% of organizations statewide are providing more programs either online or via telephone. Few have slowly and cautiously started to reintegrate in-person programs and services.

Kirsten Gronbjerg, professor at the O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs and an author of the IU report, said the future of not-for-profits depends on how the pandemic plays out. If the size of gatherings is restricted again, even more programs might need to be cut.

“We are cautiously opening back up,” Gronbjerg said. “But given what’s happening in other states, I don’t know if that’s going to continue to be our track.”

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Heats Derrick Jones Jr. injured in 109-92 loss to Pacers

LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. (AP) — Doug McDermott scored 23 points and the Indiana Pacers beat Miami 109-92 on Friday in a game delayed for several minutes late in the third quarter when Heat forward Derrick Jones Jr. was carted off the court.

Jones was attempting to get around a screen when he collided with 6-foot-11 Indiana center Goga Bitadze and fell to the floor. Jones lay on his stomach with his right arm on the back of his head for several minutes before he was fitted for a neck brace and carted off the floor.

The injury to the NBA’s reigning slam dunk champion came on a day when both teams were trying to stay as healthy as possible for their upcoming first-round playoff matchup.

The Heat sat All-Stars Bam Adebayo and Jimmy Butler as well as Goran Dragic, Jae Crowder and Andre Iguodala. T.J. Warren, Domantas Sabonis, Victor Oladipo and Myles Turner didn’t play for Indiana.

Sabonis, the Pacers’ leading rebounder, hasn’t played any games since the restart due to plantar fasciitis and is out indefinitely. Many of the other notable names who didn’t play were simply getting some recovery time as they gear up for the postseason.

Malcolm Brogdon had 16 points, six rebounds and six assists for the Pacers, who led nearly the entire way. Alize Johnson had 11 points and 17 rebounds to set career highs in both categories. Aaron Holiday and Justin Holiday scored 11 points each. JaKarr Sampson added 10 points.

Kendrick Nunn scored 23 points, Solomon Hill added 21 and Tyler Herro had 16 for Miami.

Miami and Indiana entered the day tied for fourth in the Eastern Conference at 44-28 records. In a typical season, this regular-season finale would have decided which team got home-court advantage in their first-round series that begins Tuesday.

But nobody has a home-court edge this year with the entire postseason taking place at Disney’s Wide World of Sports, so nothing was really at stake Friday.


Heat: Adebayo ended a string of 158 consecutive games played, the fourth-longest streak in Heat history. Glen Rice owns the team record after appearing in 174 straight games from March 1992 to April 1994. … Udonis Haslem, the 40-year-old veteran of all three Heat championship teams, made his first start of the season. It was Haslem’s 500th career start, but only his second over the last five seasons. The 17th-year pro also made just his fifth career 3-pointer. Haslam played 23 minutes Friday, exceeding his previous season total of 21.

Pacers: Aaron Holiday has made 33 starts this season and was available to play Friday, but Pacers coach Nate McMillan chose to play him off the bench and gave the start to Edmond Sumner, who was making just his third start. “I want to let Ed get some minutes,” McMillan said before the game. “I think it’s important that some of these young guys we have in the rotation tonight get some good quality minutes because you just never know in the playoffs with injuries popping up. Everybody has to be ready to go.”


The stakes will be much higher when the Heat and Pacers meet again Tuesday in the opening game of their best-of-7 series.


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