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A Vision for the Embassy!

Click here to see the Wall Breaking Ceremony at the Embassy on July 8, 2014.


The Embassy moves into its next stage of development as a stronger, more self-sustaining organization. It's called, "A Vision for the Embassy!"

A creative and innovative use of the Embassy has been developed by the board of directors to strengthen the organization and meet a growing demand from the community for larger and additional unique spaces within the building. This vision seamlessly combines improvements to the Embassy and its program capacity while solving the 40-year-old dilemma of how best to use the former Indiana Hotel.

View the Vision for the Embassy brochure here.

There are many ways to make a donation to the Vision for the Embassy Capital Campaign. Pledges can be set up to be paid all at once, annual or even monthly!

Download the Vision for the Embassy brochure here.

While major renovation and preservation projects are nothing new to the Embassy, this four-phase $10 million renovation solves a historical challenge and also puts in place the following:

  • Two-story Ballroom
  • Rooftop Garden
  • Rehearsal Studio
  • “Lessons” Learning Center
  • Harrison Street Entrance
  • Embassy Heritage Center

If you would like to support this campaign, please contact Development Director Steve Linsenmayer by phone 260.424.6287 or email Steve here.

 

 

1929
Save the Embassy campaign raised the $250.000 necessary to purchase the building two days before demolition. Beginning of a nine week story about saving the Embassy appeared in the nationally syndicated comic strip "Gasoline Alley". More historical facts...
Bob Hope

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