Noblesville Main Street has kicked off its 2017 Community Cares Campaign and it will run through the end of August. This major fundraising effort will help support programming of events throughout the remainder of the year and into 2018.
The 2017 Community Campaign is a direct effort of the NMS Organization Committee and Board of Directors to work toward a higher goal of endowment development. The synergy with launching the fundraising campaign during the key event season offers opportunity for the community to support the organization when it’s most visible.
“Our fundraising effort with this campaign is to continue to raise dollars that we can put back into the community through extended programming and events,” said Chris Owens, CEO Noblesville Main Street. “As an organization, we want to continually be evolving, offering more, and making a bigger footprint in the community. As a 501c3, this Community Campaign empowers us to do just that. “
Noblesville Main Street’s Board of Directors hope the community will consider supporting this effort through a general donation or a membership to Noblesville Main Street.
“We are always growing our business and individual memberships,” said Craig Crosser, President Noblesville Main Street Board of Directors. “As a community member that enjoys what Main Street offers you can also donate and that makes a big impact.”
In addition to membership and donations, the public can identify Noblesville Main Street as a benefactor through the Kroger Community Rewards program and on Amazon Smile where a portion of proceeds are donated back to the organization.