On Saturday, December 17th the Hooters of the Indianapolis area will host a Holiday Party at the Children's Bureau, providing food for the staff and 30 children. Hooters partnered with the Children's Bureau for the holidays and has raised over $4,000 to use toward presents, center supplies and will donate any additional money to be used as the organization sees fit.
The Holiday Party will be held from 11:30 – 1:00 PM at the Gene Glick Family Support Center located at 1575 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Street, and is open to all families and children who utilize the services provided by the Children's Bureau. The Hooters Girls will be on hand to hand out presents and assist with the catering needs.
"The Children's Bureau is such an important organization and we are honored to be able to help them during the Holidays," stated Elana Jack , Regional Promotional Manager for the Hooters of Indianapolis. "They impact thousands of people annually, and we are happy to be able to make this time of the year special for the children and families here."
About Children's Bureau, Inc.
Children's Bureau is a private nonprofit human service organization and the leading provider of comprehensive child services in the state of Indiana. Over 23,000 children and families are served annually through an array of Children's Bureau programs and services, specifically, family preservation, parenting assessment, adoption, therapeutic foster care, emergency shelter care, fatherhood engagement, CCDF and the Community Partners for Child Safety Program. Children's Bureau, Inc. was founded in 1851 and is licensed by the State of Indiana. For more information, please visit www.childrensbureau.org.