The COVID-19 crisis has affected the Hannah Center in many ways, not least of which has been a sharp decrease in regular giving and rescheduling our Hannah-Thon to keep everyone safe. For over two decades, Spirit 95.1 has brought you a 12-hour message of hope, healing, and restoration through the stories shared at the Hannah-Thon. It is one of my favorite days of the year, a day of homecoming. However, as April has transitioned into June, we need to ensure we have the funds to continue serving families in need without having a physical gathering.



We invite you to listen to this year’s Hannah-Thon: Grace upon Grace on June 26th airing live on Spirit 95’s airwaves and website at You’ll still hear powerful stories on air from our clients and former residents about how the Hannah Center impacted them, and how your support changed their lives.

In 2019, we distributed more than 65,000 diapers to our clients. With COVID-19 causing many lower income and part-time workers losing wages, more people than ever need help. We’re now distributing over 1,000 diapers to around 125 families a week. During our first weeks meeting the increased needs, new families accounted for one-third of those served. We’ve used Zoom for staff meetings, childbirth education, and counseling stressed out parents juggling caring for little ones while homeschooling their older kids. When God laid the theme, “Grace upon Grace” on our hearts months ago, we had no idea just how much we all would need to depend on his grace. At Hannah House, we have seen lives rebuilt in incredible ways. After an exhaustive repair and rebuilding, our 1895 Queen Anne Victorian is ready to fulfill its mission. God is so concerned about those whose lives need to be rebuilt and renewed, physically, spiritually, mentally, and emotionally. We can be a part of a new movement of grace.
We are in need of people who are interested in speaking on air about how they have been helped by the ministry or why they choose to volunteer or donate. Note: We may be doing some pre-recording, and it may also also be able to do some phone-in interviews. In addition, if you would like to type out your story and have it read on air, you can submit that to us as well
(We will need to obtain a release of information).
Please fill out the below form, or contact Angie at: 812-334-0104, and we will contact you to make arrangements.
While we won’t be having a gathering at Hannah House this year, there are still ways to get involved in Hannah-Thon! You can help us spread the word by sharing info about Hannah-Thon over social media, text, and email. We also have flyers available for download above, and you can post them at your church or workplace. 
Contact Angie at /812-334-0104 with any questions or for more information.