The Gift of Giving from the Noblesville Soiree Keeps On GivingCorporateJul 19, 2022
American Structurepoint Vice President Mike McBride keeps the gift of giving rolling from the Noblesville Soiree.
The event benefited five local organizations including The Cooper House, Senior Citizens Organizations, Inc., VFW Post 6246 in Noblesville, the Noblesville Youth Sports Alliance, and the Noblesville American Legion in Noblesville, indiana.
“I was thrilled to be a part of the Soiree and support all of the incredible local groups that help create a stronger Noblesville and Hamilton County.” - Mike McBride, American Structurepoint Vice President
McBride won $1,000 during the game “Heads or Tails.” After spending some time with Kyle and Brooke Howe, the founders of The Cooper House, an organization that provides support and encouragement for families and children touched by foster care, he was inspired to donate the game winnings to this inspirational organization.
“At American Structurepoint, our mission is to improve the quality of life for the people and communities we serve, and The Cooper House is consistent with our corporate mission by providing a safe environment for children and families involved in the foster system,” McBride said. “I was thrilled to be a part of the Soiree and support all of the incredible local groups that help create a stronger Noblesville and Hamilton County.”
McBride presented the check to Brooke and Kyle Howe.
“In meeting and talking with them, their passion and energy for their mission really spoke to me and this is evident in everything they do,” McBride said. “It’s exciting to see such important work being done close to home, and I look forward to hearing many stories of the lives touched through their efforts in the future.”
Indiana has roughly 6,200 licensed foster parents and nearly 13,000 children in the foster care system, many of whom are awaiting a home. Visit IndianaFosterCare.org to learn more about becoming a foster family or to support those in the foster care system.