Irvington organizations and Mundell collaborate in showing of environmental film: Better Bones & Gardens during the monthly Irvington Green Hour in Indianapolis. The film is a short documentary about Dan Phillips, a trash architect, and Kipp Nash, an urban farmer. These two men are remake the common house and garden in wildly imaginative ways. Discarded…..Read More »
Community Involvement News
Mundell staff participates in the annual Earth Day Indiana festival by hosting an education booth. The festival, which started in the 1970s, features exhibits on environmental protection, conservation of natural resources and sustainable living. It is one of the most successful Earth Day festivals in the country, with free admission to the outdoor event.
John Mundell, Pilar Cuadra, and Julie Mundell speak at the Indiana University East Interfaith Institute in Richmond, Indiana on “The Economy of Communion: Businesses Engaging Interfaith & Poverty Solutions.” The presentation included experiences of Mundell’s work in community activities and poverty eradication through the Economy of Communion business network.
John Mundell and Julie Mundell represented the Economy of Communion business network at a presentation at the United Nations in New York City. The talk, “The Economy of Communion in Freedom: Ongoing Developments in the Fight for the Eradication of Poverty,” focused on how the socially-minded businesses of the EoC network are responding to poverty…..Read More »
The Irvington Raingarden Project has been nominated for City of Indianapolis Sustainability Awards. Mundell & Associates collaborated on this project including donated hours and the creation of educational materials. Read more about the project in the case history.