Mainstreet is passionate about giving back to the community and supporting its employees' desires to enrich and transform the lives of those around them. To encourage and support this, the company has a Living Generously Committee that helps organize and support charitable giving activities throughout the year. The Living Generously Committee is chaired by Milissa Turner.
Christ Is My Big C Golf Outing - September 12, 2016
The 6th Annual Christ is My Big C Golf Outing was held at Sagamore Golf Course in Noblesville on September 12, 2016. The event raised over $23,000. This money will help provide community-based financial support and Christian love to those directly affected by cancer. Mainstreet has been a huge supporter of the foundation since 2011. To learn more about this amazing grassroots foundation, please visit their website at http://christismybigc.org/.
Habitat for Humanity Build - August 25-26, 2016
Mainstreet sponsored a two day Habitat build on August 25 & 26, 2016. We had 24 volunteers from Mainstreet that lived out our mission of transforming lives. Mainstreet also spoke at the Habitat Home Blessing. It was truly a blessing to have the opportunity to help this incredible family.
Garfield Park Clean Up - May 22, 2015
Mainstreet teamed up with PlayBall Indiana, an organization that provides opportunities for low income and at risk youth to participate in baseball leagues. The fields they are able to play on are sometimes the ones most in need of care and maintenance, so as a Living Generously project, a group of Mainstreet volunteers spent last Friday morning cleaning up the diamonds at Garfield Park on the southside. Scott Higgs is a board member for PBI, and he brought this opportunity to our attention.
Easter “Eggstravaganza” - March 26, 2015
Holding an Easter “Eggstravaganza” for the children at the Boys & Girls Club of Noblesville during their after-school program was another volunteer opportunity that fit the Mainstreet LG mission. The Boys & Girls Club of Noblesville provides children and teens ranging from kindergarten to grade 12 with the opportunity to enjoy activities and a number of unique experiences that can transform their character and outlook on life. Over 280 youth enjoyed an appearance from the Easter bunny and activities which included face painting, crafts, a bounce house and games while also collecting Easter eggs at varying stations. The children were also served dinner and went home with Easter goodies. Throughout the event, each child grinned from ear-to-ear and we could tell they truly enjoyed the fun and appreciated us providing them with this holiday event.