INDIANAPOLIS – Employees from Buckingham Companies and Key Bank will host a “drive through” donation drop off for School on Wheels on Friday, August 17 from 7:30 ‐ 10:30 a.m. at the Key Bank located at 930 N. Meridian St. (on the corner of St. Joseph and Meridian). 

Commuters can pull into the parking lot beside Key Bank, where they will be directed through a “drive through” lane. Volunteers will be on hand to accept cash, check and gift card donations. Donations of new uniform clothing will also be accepted. Then, as donors move forward through the line, they will receive a complimentary breakfast to‐go from Buckingham and Key Bank volunteers. 

All contributions will go toward school supplies and uniforms for the more than 3100 homeless students throughout Indianapolis, which are greatly needed as the new school year begins.


About School on Wheels

School on Wheels provides children in Indianapolis homeless shelters with academic tutoring, uniforms, backpacks, school supplies, mentoring and parental support. We believe that all children, regardless of socio‐economic status or housing situation, deserve a proper learning environment and educational support. We’re on a mission to break the cycle of homelessness through education. To learn more about School on Wheels, visit, follow us on Twitter (@IndySOW) and ‘Like us’ on Facebook

About Buckingham Companies

Founded in 1984, Buckingham is a full service, fully integrated, real estate company that includes the development, acquisition, management and construction of a wide range of property types including multifamily, student housing and mixed‐use communities. Buckingham manages nearly $1 billion of real estate assets for its own account, clients and institutional partners. More than 90 properties consisting of nearly 15 million square‐feet of property, and approximately 15,000 rental units nationwide comprise the managed portfolio. Additionally, Buckingham Foundation annually supports more than 45 nonprofit and civic organizations through philanthropic outreach in the areas of affordable housing, community and economic development, and arts and culture. For more information, visit www.buckingham‐