Our Team

Our Nonprofit Partners

We couldn’t sustain this program without the help of our local shelters. More Than a Phone was started in Central Indiana in mid-2017 with the help of our local agencies. Their feedback helped us to create a program we launched nationally in October 2018. We now have over 60 shelters providing smartphones to survivors of domestic violence.


Family Sunshine Center  |  Montgomery, AL





Harbor House of Central Florida  |  Orlando, FL

YWCA of Palm Beach County | West Palm Beach, FL


Cherokee Family Violence Center  |  Canton, GA
Promise Place  |  Fayetteville, GA
Haven House  |  McDonough, GA
Tahirih Justice Center  |  Atlanta, GA

Circle of Hope | Cornelia, GA


Priest River Ministries  |  Priest River, ID


The Women’s Center  |  Carbondale, IL
Harbor House/KCCADV  |  Kankakee, IL
Remedies Renewing Lives  |  Rockford, IL


Alternatives Inc.  |  Anderson, IN
Safe Passage  |  Batesville, IN
Turning Point  |  Columbus, IN
Sheltering Wings  |  Danville, IN
Albion Fellows Bacon Center  |  Evansville, IN
New Directions of Decatur County  |  Greensburg, IN
Coburn Place  |  Indianapolis, IN
Julian Center  |  Indianapolis, IN
The Center for Women & Families  |  Jeffersonville, IN
Mental Health America of Boone County  |  Lebanon, IN
Hands of Hope  |  Marion, IN
Desert Rose Foundation  |  Martinsville, IN
Prevail  |  Noblesville, IN
Council on Domestic Abuse, Inc. (CODA)  |  Terre Haute, IN
YWCA Northeast Indiana  |  Fort Wayne, IN
Elijah Haven Crisis Intervention Center, Inc.  |  LaGrange, IN

A Better Way | Richmond, IN

YWCA North Central IN | South Bend, IN

Family Justice Center of St. Joseph County | South Bend, IN

Community Health Network Center of Hope | Indianapolis, IN

Family Support Services of West Central IN | Greencastle, IN



Community Crisis Services | Hyattsville, MD

House of Ruth Maryland | Baltimore, MD


Safe Passage  |  Northampton, MA

Boston Medical Center | Boston, MA

Elizabeth Freeman Center | Pittsfield, MA

Harbor COV | Chelsea, MA

YWCA of Central MA | Worcester, MA

New Hope Inc. MA | Attleboro, MA

HAWC-Healing Abuse Working for Change | Salem, MA

Salasin Project | Greenfield, MA


Safe Haven Ministries  |  Grand Rapids, MI
Every Woman’s Place  |  Muskegon, MI


Women’s Advocates | St. Paul, MN


CASA Sedalia (Citizens Against Spouse Abuse)  |  Sedalia, MO
Lydia’s House  |  St. Louis, MO
Survival Adult Abuse Center  |  Warrensburg, MO


180 Turning Lives Around  |  Hazlet, NJ
YWCA Union County  |  Kenilworth, NJ
Women Aware  |  New Brunswick, NJ
Providence House – Burlington Co. |  Westampton, NJ
Providence House – Ocean Co.  |  Whiting, NJ
Harambe Social Services  |  Sicklerville, NJ
DASACC  |  Washington, NJ


Fearless! Hudson Valley, Inc., | Newburgh, NY

Crisis Services | Buffalo, NY



Saving Grace  |  Bend, OR
Sable House  |  Dallas, OR
Oasis Advocacy & Shelter  |  Gold Beach, OR
Women’s Crisis Support Team  |  Grants Pass, OR
YWCA of Portland  |  Gresham, OR
Helping Hands Against Violence  |  Hood River, OR
My Sisters’ Place  |  Newport, OR
Center for Hope & Safety  |  Salem, OR
West Women’s & Children’s Shelter  |  Portland, OR
Hope & Safety Alliance  |  Eugene, OR

Tides of Change | Tillamook, OR

Illinois Valley Safe House Alliance | Cave Junction, OR    

Clackamas Women’s Services  | Oregon City, OR

Family Justice Center of Washington County | Beaverton, OR


Turning Point of Lehigh Valley  |  Allentown, PA
Community Action Partnership  |  Lancaster, PA
Women’s Center & Shelter of Greater Pittsburgh  |  Pittsburgh, PA
Domestic Violence Service Center  |  Wilkes-Barre, PA
YWCA of York  |  York, PA


Sojourner House  |  Providence, RI

South Carolina

Safe Harbor – Anderson  | Greenville, SC
Safe Harbor – Greenville | Greenville, SC
Safe Harbor – Oconee  | Greenville, SC


Denton County Friends of the Family | Corinth, TX

One Safe Place | Fort Worth, TX


Steps to End Domestic Violence  |  Colchester, VT



YWCA of Yakima  |  Yakima, WA

New Hope | Moses Lake, WA

Spokane Regional Domestic Violence Coalition | Spokane, WA



Cia Siab, Inc. | LaCrosse, WI

Want to bring More Than a Phone to your community? 

Our Corporate Partners

Verizon is an award-winning wireless network provider that has 5G and 4G LTE mobile networks for consumers and businesses as well as home internet. All devices we give to survivors are activated on Verizon’s award-winning and reliable network. We are proud to have Verizon as a corporate partner.

TCC is the nation’s largest Verizon authorized retailer. Their Customer Care Team assists us in activating the smartphones that are given to domestic violence survivors. Store employees work to foster relationships with their local domestic violence organizations to bring More Than a Phone to their community. TCC employees also volunteer to assemble the smartphone packages for our nonprofit partners and participate in Wear Purple Day.

Wireless Zone® is the largest Verizon franchisor in the nation. They are committed to making a positive and sustainable impact in the lives of their employees, customers, and communities. Wireless Zone® supports us monetarily and by collecting used electronic devices. Some stores also serve as local contacts for our nonprofit partners.

We give all used smartphone donations we receive to PaceButler, a company that buys and recycles phones, tablets, and other electronics. They purchase these phones and give us a monetary donation in return, no matter the condition of phone. Plus, for every phone we give PaceButler, they donate one non-fiction book to schools, nonprofits, churches, jails, and more.

Superior Communications is a distributor that provides a complete line of mobile accessories to wireless retailers nationwide. They supply More Than a Phone with phone chargers that we put in our packages.

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Cellhelmet is a mobile accessories manufacturer and distributor. They also supply More Than a Phone with phone chargers that we put in our packages.

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As one of the largest private companies in Indiana, we operate globally in 48 states nationwide with international locations spanning 3 continents. Telamon, which stems from the Greek word, “support”, has approximately 2,000 associates. We take special interest in the local communities where our employee base is best served. We launched the Telamon Foundation in 2014, which places emphasis on non-profit organizations that specialize in arts and education. Telamon’s mission is enabling technology that enables life. We specialize in solutions for telecommunication networks, industrial assembly, and supply chain financing.

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Welcome to Full Send Recycling ~! Grateful to remain in the industry we have grown to love, along with so many of the customers we have gotten to know and adore along the way.  We have purchased over 350,000 cell phones in our careers collectively. We will always care more about the relationships we are fostering, than the dollars we are making. We are grateful for your support now more than ever.

audiochuck is an Indianapolis-based media company focused on bringing their fans edge-of-your-seat storytelling that speaks to the latest generation of podcast listeners. Since December 2017, they have been creating and producing compelling content that leaves you craving more. audiochuck has produced multiple shows that have premiered at #1, racking up hundreds of millions of downloads a year. audiochuck is also passionate about using their platform to make a positive difference in people’s lives by using their time, money, and resources to advocate for victims and families. Advocacy is at the heart of what they do. They have partnered with nonprofits across the globe to help solve cold cases, locate missing persons, fund DNA testing, advocate for marginalized communities, and so much more. audiochuck has been a sponsor for our Tailgate and has helped More Than a Phone fund communities for Coburn Place in Indianapolis, YWCA in South Bend, and Julian Center Indianapolis.

Our Directors

Julie Moorehead

Executive Director

Julie graduated with a degree in both microbiology and genetic biology from Purdue University. She found herself naturally more attracted to the nonprofit sector and served on the board of the Marion-Grant County Humane Society for five years before moving with her family to Carmel, IN. This transition brought about the desire to engage in the sector more formally. She received a master’s degree from the IU Lilly School of Philanthropy and a graduate certificate in nonprofit management from the O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs in 2019.

Julie and her husband Scott, CEO of Round Room, met in high school and have been married since 2003. Julie is actively involved in the family business, supports the corporate good initiatives and design for their companies. She and Scott both value their communities, and giving back is a big part of the way they do business.

Julie is a mother to Mason and Marlee and her four-legged friends Hazel, Luna and Dawson. She is the philanthropic advisor to the charitable arms of their companies and manages their personal giving through the M.O.R.E. fund. Julie also serves on the board of directors for Christel House Schools Indianapolis as the fundraising chair.

Courtney Kibble

Program Director

After receiving her bachelor’s degree from Indiana University, Courtney returned to her roots in Indianapolis and for much of her life has been a “professional volunteer.” She spent numerous years volunteering in many capacities with Kappa Kappa Gamma, The Children’s Museum Guild of Indianapolis, Brooke’s Place for Grieving Young Children, Jameson, Inc., The Hero Project for Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital at St. Vincent, SPORTS Youth Baseball League, and the Hamilton Southeastern Touchdown Club. She currently serves on the board of directors for Hamilton Southeastern Young Life and was recently elected to the board for The Coburn Place, a local Indianapolis shelter dedicated to empowering survivors of intimate partner violence.

Courtney met her husband Derek at Indiana University, and they have been married since 1998. They have three sons: Max, Sam, and Eli. After being a stay-at-home mom and professional volunteer, she decided to seek employment where she could put her many skills to work giving money, in addition to giving her time, to the community. More Than a Phone was the perfect match, and she has been working with Julie since 2019 growing the resources to expand the reach of the nonprofit.

Amanda Nelson

Director of Development

Amanda is a passionate advocate for making a positive impact on the world. She pursued her college education as an adult, graduating from St. Mary-of-the-Woods College with a bachelor’s degree in human services. Her educational journey, combined with her career in higher education fundraising, has shaped her into a dedicated advocate for philanthropy and positive change.

In addition to her career, Amanda shares her home in Greencastle, Indiana, with her partner, Rob, daughter, Addison, and a furry friend named Sophie.

Our Board Members

Brandi Craig


Jimmy Rayford

Immediate Past President, Committee Chair for Strategic Direction

Carl Roberts
Carl Roberts

Committee Chair for Logistics

Sam Ryan


Kristi Behler
Kristi Behler


Bertarius Peterson
Bertarius Peterson


Jim Austin


Abby Speers


Stephanie Holmes-Gullans


Michelle Strong
Michelle Strong


Emma Kelly
Emma Kelly



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