2019 Noblesville Mayor’s Jubilee To Benefit 6 Local Nonprofits

08/28/2019

 Jubilee

The City of Noblesville is partnering with six local nonprofits to host the 2019 Noblesville Mayor’s Charity Jubilee. Mayor John Ditslear would like to invite everyone to this year’s event on Saturday, November 9 at Embassy Suites & Conference Center in Noblesville.

The city’s annual charity event began prior to Mayor Ditslear, who has continued and grown the tradition the past 16 years. This year, Ditslear will be joined by honorary co-host Chris Jensen.

“As always, the focus of the evening is benefiting the nonprofits and raising more awareness of their efforts through the event,” said Ditslear. “I am constantly impressed with the way our community comes together to collect donations for the common cause of assisting the youth and families in Noblesville and Hamilton County.”

This year’s beneficiaries include:

  • The Noblesville Firefighters Christmas Food & Toy Drive – Since 1977, the City of Noblesville firefighters have solicited and accepted donations to assist families in need during the holiday season. Each year, the Noblesville Firefighters Food and Toy Drive provides each participating family with food for a holiday meal and toys for every child.

  • Good Samaritan Network – Good Samaritan Network is a collaborative network of non-profits in Hamilton County that serves the needs of Hamilton County residents at-risk or the underserved through indirect and direct services. GSN collaborates with 268 agencies, 280 churches, 43 food pantries, 69 schools and five hospitals.

  • Noblesville Boys & Girls Club – The Boys & Girls Club is dedicated to inspiring and enabling all young people to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens by promoting leadership, character, health, and physical development. BGCN served 2,412 members in 2018 by providing opportunities for children and young adults to enjoy activities and experiences that help shape character and offer new perspectives.

  • Fueled for School – Fueled for School eliminates hunger among Hamilton County students by providing food to insecure youth with nutritious meal packs, promoting the educational value of nutrition, increasing access to local food, and instilling hope.

  • Noblesville Youth Assistance Program – The Youth Assistance Program strives to build a healthy community for tomorrow by investing in the youth of today. Their goal to reach children is emphasized through their family assistance, tutoring, and mentoring programs.

  • Trinity Free Clinic – Trinity Free Clinic serves residents from Hamilton County who cannot afford health or dental care because of the lack of both insurance and personal finance resources. They believe everyone deserves to be treated with respect and dignity, no matter what circumstances or situations they are facing in life.

Dress is black tie optional. The evening will include great food and many live and silent auction items. Cost is $125 per person. All proceeds raised at the event are donated to local not-for-profits. For more information (including sponsorship and donation opportunities) or to request an invitation, call 317-776-6324 or e-mail mayorsevents@noblesville.in.us.