My Party Indy partners with local businesses to help Wheeler Mission

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Fishers residents Renee Ahearn and Jennifer Payne teamed up to create an online party resource site.

Now they’ve teamed up with local businesses to help children at the Wheeler Mission Center for Women and Children with their new Holiday Hands of Hope campaign.

The campaign started on Nov. 15 and runs through Dec. 10. The goal is to collect toys and books for kids.

Payne said Wheeler takes care of kids from all ages, infant to 17, and the need is there all year round. Nothing will go to waste.

“We wanted to do something to give back to the community,” Payne said.

In addition, Sky Zone plans to give a free 30-minute jump pass to those who donate a new toy or book to the cause on Dec. 1.

Payne is hoping that at least 100 gifts will get collected.

“I’m hoping to blow the door off that number,” she said.

To raise awareness for Holiday Hands of Hope, My Indy Party worked with Drawpartner Graphics in Fishers to put together a coloring contest for kids, illustrating the event’s goal:  helping children.

To get the coloring page, visit myindyparty.com, facebook.com/MyIndyParty or facebook.com/phankley.  The due date is Dec. 15. Entries must be mailed to My Indy Party (P.O. Box 458, Fishers, Ind., 46038). Kids up to 12 years old may participate and have the chance to win prizes drawn at random.

Payne said local businesses were receptive to lending their help, for the most part.

She said employees of businesses – as well as her and Ahearn’s kids – are excited about the program.

Collection boxes can be found at Sky Zone (10080 E. 121st St., Suite 182, Fishers), Recreation Unlimited (15150 Herriman Blvd., Noblesville), The Paint Cellar (521 S. Rangeline Rd., Carmel), Sharkey’s Cuts for Kids (12525 Old Meridian St., Carmel), Dave and Buster’s (8350 Castleton Corner Dr., Indianapolis), HIP Studios (1650 Northfield Dr., Suite 100, Brownsburg) and Monster Mini Golf (7591 E. Hwy. 36, Avon).

Monetary donations made by check can be mailed to Wheeler Mission with “Holiday Hands of Hope” in the memo line at 3208 E. Michigan St., Indianapolis, Ind. 46201.

For more information on Holiday Hands of Hope, visit myindyparty.com.

 


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