Our Westfield nonprofit organizations are hard at work supporting our residents. The Westfield community is here to support you!
News from Family Promise
Urban Air Adventure Park is hosting a Charity Night for Family Promise of Hamilton County on Thursday, September 30th from 4-8 P.M. 20% of the proceeds that night will be donated to us to help families at risk of becoming homeless. Come out and have fun while supporting families in Hamilton County!
Family Promise of Hamilton County is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to serving homeless families and their children in Hamilton County, Indiana. Learn more at https://www.familypromisehamiltoncountyin.org/.
News from Heart and Soul Clinic
The Gratitude Gala will be held on November 6th at Lucas Estate. The Gratitude Gala will celebrate the clinic with awards, live music, dancing, food, and a silent auction. Get more information HERE.
For more information about the Heart and Soul Clinic and the services that they provide, please visit their website at http://www.heartandsoulclinic.org/.
News from Open Doors
Open Doors is expanding! The expansion of the food pantry
has begun so they will be able to serve even more Westfield Washington Township residents. For more information about how you can receive food or make a donation to Open Doors of Westfield, please visit their website at https://opendoorswestfield.org/
News from Prevail, Inc.
While Prevail is privileged to work with victims of domestic violence and sexual assault, we also serve victims of other crimes, including victims of stalking, robbery, home invasion, and family members of homicide victims, among others. We specialize in working with those who have experienced trauma. Our services include advocacy, safety planning, crisis response, and support groups. We work with individuals and families, including kids, teens, and adults.
Learn more about what you can do to help prevent domestic violence at www.prevailinc.org.
News from Shepherd's Center of Hamilton County
Now is the time to understand how to help the senior you love AGE IN PLACE. The October 21st Senior Summit
is designed specifically for adults with aging parents to learn how to help their loved one age in place. Tickets are limited and are available HERE
. The Shepherd Center provides programs and services to seniors living in Hamilton County. Visit their website for more information visit
News from Student Impact
Check out the Student Impact website for the updated schedule for Intermediate, Middle, and High School students.
Registration is now open for winter basketball leagues.
Get everything you need to know to register to play or to be a volunteer coach HERE
News from Wellbeing Coalition of Westfield
The Wellbeing Coalition of Westfield exists to address the social, emotional, spiritual, physical, and mental wellbeing of our community so all of our residents can thrive. The Wellbeing Coalition of Westfield supports non-profits and other organizations in Westfield with leadership and coordination, to help them serve individuals and boost wellbeing. To join a committee or become a resource go to wellbeingcoalitionwestfield.comIf you want to learn more or get involved with the Wellbeing Coalition of Westfield, visit the website HERE.
News from Westfield Education Foundation
Westfield Education Foundation will have the opportunity to be at the new Westfield Portillo's “sneak peek” on November 2nd. Donations made on 11/2 between 11-8 PM will be MATCHED by Portillos in support of the WEF! Portillo’s is not even open and they are already preparing to support Westfield Washington Schools! Donations can be made HERE
See what is happening with the WEF by visiting the website HERE.
News from Westfield Washington Public Library
The WWPL Story Time Puppet Theatre will present "The Three Little Pigs" on Tuesday, Sept 28 at 10:30 am. Puppet shows are presented on the 4th Tuesday of most months at 10:30 a.m. Registration requested. REGISTER HERE.
Visit the library's website to stay up to date on their programs and events.
News from Westfield Youth Assistance Program
ONLY 15 DAYS REMAINING!
The Mayor’s Yellow Tie Gala benefiting the Westfield Youth Assistance Program is back in person this year and better than ever! The Gala will be held on October 8th
at the Bridgewater Club. There will be food stations, drinks, live music, auction items, and a reverse raffle with a $5,000 prize. Come join the fun by purchasing tickets HERE
Learn more about the Westfield Youth Assistance Program at youthassistance.org/westfield
News from Women of Westfield
Join WOW members for a coach-led session on stress management through a Functional Medicine approach on September 29 at 7 pm. This session will focus on discussing the importance of stress management in high achieving women over 40 and the effects it has on gut health and hormone imbalance to be able to live with vitality. FREE to attend but registration is required. REGISTER HERE.
If you are a female that lives or works in Westfield and would like to join WOW to get connected to other women in Westfield, please sign up for the Facebook group page or visit the website at womenofwestfield.com to sign up for the newsletter and text reminders.