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Chaucie’s Place has once again been nominated for a Companies with a Mission grant! With your votes, we could receive an additional $5,000 grant from this organization. As of 4:35 p.m. Tuesday, we had received 20,501 votes!
Please take a moment to watch the video and vote. And then vote again. And then please ask your friends, spouses, children and co-workers to vote…you can even post it to your Facebook page.
Here is the LINK with our video and voting instructions (it appears that there is no limit to how many times you can vote…you can vote until you get carpel tunnel syndrome or until your boss tells you to stop!):
Voting ends at midnight on Sunday. Click HERE to vote for Chaucie's Place!
Thank you everyone for your support and help!!!
We are Thankful for YOU!
Please take a moment to read this column that Chaucie's Place Executive Director Toby Stark wrote in this week's Current and hear our appreciation of you... "Many Reasons to Give Thanks"
Stewards of Children
Join us in January at the Westfield City Services Building. The training will be on January 23rd from 5:15-8:00pm
If you are looking to attend a Stewards of Children training in Hancock, Madison, or Tipton counties, click HERE!
Brick Garden Fundraiser!
Chaucie’s Place invites you to leave a lasting tribute by purchasing a personalized brick in our Brick Garden. For a $100 donation, you can engrave your custom brick with your favorite quote, family name, business, organization, or in honor/memory of someone.
Click HERE to order your brick today!
Chaucie’s Place works passionately to ensure the welfare of children by offering evidence-based; high-quality prevention programs to end the cycle of abuse and to empower children and adults to ensure that children of central Indiana have the opportunity to live to their highest potential. Additionally, the center provides a neutral, child-focused environment where forensic interviews may take place for cases of alleged child sexual and physical abuse and neglect to help reduce trauma for child victims.
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