Our Westfield nonprofit organizations are hard at work supporting our residents. The Westfield community is here to support you!
News from Heart and Soul Clinic
Hats and gloves are available for patients thanks in part to the Quilters Guild of Indianapolis.
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 Prevail, Inc.
Prevail's Primary Prevention Team is to make sure our community is safe and healthy, so that violence never occurs in the first place. One of the areas they focus on is Developmental Assets. Learn more HERE.
Learn more about what you can do to help prevent domestic violence at www.prevailinc.org.
News from Open Doors
delivered food, gifts, and gift cards to 228 families (448 children) for their Christmas Project. Hundreds of individuals and business stepped up to donate gifts, and 80 people made deliveries.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 Shepherd's Center of Hamilton County
With the ever-changing news of the Coronavirus (COVID-19), SCHC is working hard to take care of the older adults in our community. However, they can’t do it alone and need your help. Check HERE
for a list of ways you can help SCHC implement the emergency response plan. The Shepherd Center provides programs and services to seniors living in Hamilton County. Visit their website for more information https://shepherdscenterofhamiltoncounty.org/
News from Student Impact
Check out the Student Impact website for the updated schedule for Intermediate, Middle and High School students.
Student Impact will be closed December 18 - January 1. Middle and High School students will be able to visit the Rock in the new year!
News from Westfield Youth Assistance Program
WYAP works alongside Westfield Washington Schools. The Early Intervention Advocates help meet the needs of students facing difficult life circumstances by weaving a web of support in partnership with school professionals.
If you're interested in becoming a mentor, email email@example.com or check out the WYAP website HERE. Men, we especially need YOU! There are several male mentees waiting for a match!
Learn more about the Westfield Youth Assistance Program at youthassistance.org/westfield
News from Women of Westfield
If you are a female that lives or works in Westfield and would like to join WOW, please visit the Facebook group page. If you are not on Facebook, email firstname.lastname@example.org and ask to sign up for our emails and text reminders (provide your cellphone number).