INDIANA EXTENSION HOMEMAKERS ASSOCIATION
Opportunities to Learn and Grow
Indiana Extension Homemakers Association has a rich history of more than 85 years.
Today we continue our heritage by working to strengthen Indiana homes and families.
As An Extension Homemaker You Have the Opportunities to:
LEARN: Meet with friends and neighbors in educational and social settings. Share experiences
and information. Keep up-to-date on new knowledge and research.
GROW: Experience personal growth and develop skills. Form lasting friendships while sharing
leadership responsibilities for programs and projects.
CARE: Making a difference in today's world is important to us. We proudly support projects
which help children and families live better lives.
To Find Out More : About becoming an IHEA member
About joining an IHEA club
About organizing an new IEHA club
To strengthen families through continuing education, leadership development, and
volunteer community support.
Annual Home and Family Conference
Spring and Fall District Meetings
Exchange Homemaker Program
Extension Homemaker Chorus
Focus Group Areas
Through cooperation with Purdue University Cooperative Extension Service, a wide
range of lessons are offered at NO charge. Program areas include: Food and Nutrition,
Human Development, Family Resource Management, and Special Interest Lessons.
i-LEad- Indiana Leadership Education and Development, a personal leadership development program
Leadership opportunities at local, district, and state levels
Sponsor of Indiana Family Impact Seminars for legislators
Volunteer Community Support:
Teddy Bears for Riley Children's Hospital and participate in other Riley activities
Support of Ronald McDonald House
Women's Health Awareness Programs
Organ Donor Education
Annual Participation in National Make a Difference Day
Support of local community projects