Our Sponsors – Why We Raise the Money!


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Sven Schumacher, Lutheran Child & Family Services
Linda Williams, Come To Me Food Pantry
Natasha Robinson and Michelle Carrao, Prevail – Domestic Volience Agency

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Lutherwood Family & Child Services

Lutheran Child and Family Services is a licensed 501(c)3 non-profit organization which oversees the Lutherwood residential treatment program in partnership with Community Hospital to help at-risk youth recover from abuse and neglect to return to the community as healthy, happy human beings. It also runs the Sharing Place, a food bank which served 50,000 people in Lawrence Township in 2015 and has recently started the IMPACT program in partnership with Ascent 121, to help girls who are victims of human trafficking, which has been brought to light as an unimaginable and beyond contemptible problem in the Midwest and the United States.


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Prevail
Prevail, Inc. is dedicated to serving victims of crime and abuse in a confidential, supportive, non-judgmental environment that is meant to empower, educate and strengthen those we serve.  By offering these life-saving services, free of charge, we help people move forward – to give hope for a life free of violence and fear – to provide care and understanding in crisis – to help make an easier path in facing life’s challenges. Prevail seeks to make positive change happen – in individuals and families, in our communities, and in our social systems.

For more information, visit www.prevailinc.com.

 

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Come To Me Food Pantry of Hamilton County
The “Come-To-Me” Food Pantry opened its doors on October 17th, 2007 as an outreach ministry of Fishers United Methodist Church.  Since then, the Food Pantry has grown into a community-wide effort helping to feed thousands of individuals and families in Hamilton County.

 

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Hear Indiana

Hear Indiana empowers children with hearing loss who listen and speak. With the help of advanced hearing technologies (digital hearing aids, cochlear implants), even profoundly deaf children can learn to listen and speak. With appropriate intervention, these children can do everything else that a child, who was born hearing, will do. Hear Indiana provides hope, education, advocacy, and resources through four main initiatives. The Listening & Spoken Language Conference aims to provide training to providers and parents of children with hearing loss. Gift of Sound ensures that every baby and child who needs assistive technology will be able to receive them, regardless of income level. Listening & Spoken Language Camp gives children with hearing loss the opportunity to make new friends with shared life experiences. The Speech & Hearing Resource Center (a partnership with Easter Seals Crossroads) offers state of the art pediatric audiology & speech pathology services, parent encouragement & care coordination, and consultative services to local education agencies.  The Hearing Aid Assistance Program of Indiana (HAAPI) is administered by Hear Indiana, which aims to provide hearing aids to all Hoosier children who need them. 

Please see www.HearIndiana.org to learn more!

For more information on sponsorships, please see the form below.

Sertoma Donation Request Form