Sponsored charities are major organization in
the Indianapolis area, selected by the clubs Board
of Directors to receive funds. The donations
support their programs for persons needing medical
care, training or some other form of assistance.
Noble of Indiana:
Training people with various disabilities
so they may enter the work force and earn their way in
our society. Also teaching those who are hearing impaired.
The club has received Nobles “Lifetime Giving Award”.
“Camp About Face” A camp for children who are patients
of the Craniofacial Department. For more information on “Camp
About Face” click on the link below:
Craniofacial Dept. of IU medical Center at Riley Hospital
for Children: At IU Medical Center:
Surgery and therapy for children with severe facial and and
cranial birth defects. Our club has provided financial support
to provide advanced imaging and graphics for planning surgery
and education of parents in how the surgery will be performed
and the anticipated results.
Annual “What Freedom Means to Me” contest for 6th graders.
Winners receive honoraria rewards as well as their teachers.
The club makes grants to others whose needs have come to the
attention of the Board of Directors. Club contributions have
exceed more than $2,000,000.