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Indy loves Haiti: Amy King


Amy with a beloved orphan, Davidson.
  • Amy with a beloved orphan, Davidson.

About Amy King

  • Born in Owensboro, KY, 1979
  • Grew up in Marion, KY, and in Fort Branch, IN
  • Went to Purdue University and IUPUI
  • B.S. with a major in Nuclear Medicine Technology
  • Has worked at VA Hospital since 2002
  • Lives downtown Indianapolis
  • Indy favorites: enjoying all the Broad Ripple breakfast joints, running on the downtown canal, summer nights at Symphony on the Prairie and shopping at The Village Experience.
  • Want to help Haiti?

    • Email Amy with any contacts or resources for Haiti: ( or
    • Join Amy in Haiti through The Village Experience, March 3-10 (social justice and solar lights in Port au Prince, rural development project in Fondwa, art with street kids in Jacmel, hike to Bassin Bleu and more - 1399 plus air, all meals included)
    • Sign up for an adventure expedition through Travelcology / Tour Haiti: surfing, kitesurfing, mountain biking, hiking, exploring, bird watching, forts and historical tours, coffee tours, snorkeling, boating, yoga. ( and
    • Support The Village Cooperative scholarship program: Can't get to Haiti yourself but would love to live vicariously through a college ambassador? Donate to this program and a local student will get to travel with Amy or Kelly, and the best part is that it's fully tax-deductible.
    • Support Friends of Belle Riviere by donating towards a chlorine generator
    • Contact Amy if you'd like to donate towards medicines, sewing machines, fish farms, chicken coops, motorbikes, container gardens, school supplies, computers, or any other income generating project.
    • Come to the FREE screening of Rescue at the IMAX on Feb. 15.
    • Come to the next Provocate-Haiti networking meeting (Feb. 16, 6 p.m. at Big Car Service Center).


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