A winning HAND for nonprofit

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Adam Filler, a HAND board member, receives advice from a Sertoma volunteer while playing Craps. (Submitted photo)

Adam Filler, a HAND board member, receives advice from a Sertoma volunteer while playing Craps. (Submitted photo)

Hamilton County Area Neighborhood Development held its inaugural March Madness Casino Night Event on March 21 at Plum Creek Golf Club in Carmel. The Sertoma Club of Broad Ripple hosted the games for the evening. Event attendees participated in games such as Texas Hold’em, Craps, Black Jack and Roulette. Everyone attending had a chance to win a prize.

“Our objective was to raise funds for our organization but the event was primarily about goodwill, having fun and bringing additional awareness to HAND,” stated HAND Executive Director Nate Lichti.

HAND’s mission is to invest in neighborhoods, build partnerships and provide housing solutions to improve lives and build community in Hamilton County. HAND does this by providing affordable housing options through the development of rental properties, assisting low income homeowners with repairs, and partnering with neighborhood groups on beautification and improvement projects. For more information, visit www.handincorporated.org.

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