#CCHACares: 2022 Review

POST DATE: 1.30.23

We at Church Church Hittle and Antrim (CCHA Law) see community involvement as a guiding principle in our work and our lives. In 2022, CCHA Law supported over 75 different not-for-profit organizations with financial support. Additionally, as dedicated members of our community with a commitment to helping where we can, our attorneys and staff volunteered their time and talent to over 100 organizations by serving as Board Members, Advisory Members, volunteers, and pro-bono council.

#CCHACares 2022 Highlights

A lot can happen over the course of a year, and for our Firm, we are proud to have given back and made a difference to many deserving organizations last year. We maintain our commitment to serve as a helpful member of our community and look forward to continuing our efforts in 2023. Before we move into a new year featuring more organizations, we want to take the time to reflect on the past year and review the deserving not-for-profit organizations we supported and highlighted in 2022. We encourage you to explore these organizations and others to join us in giving back this year.

Best Essential Skills Together (BEST)

Building Essential Skills Together (BEST) is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to bring meaningful volunteer experiences, skill-building workshops, and supported employment opportunities to teens and adults of all abilities. CCHA Law’s Justin Hays is a proud volunteer with the organization. Learn more here.

Boy’s & Girl’s Club of Noblesville

The Boy’s and Girl’s Club of Noblesville (BGCN) has provided opportunities for youth to enjoy activities and experiences that shape character since 1951. Serving youth from kindergarten to 12th grade, the BGCN provides positive and engaging programs that enrich the lives of a diverse group of members. CCHA Law’s Kelleigh Irwin Fagan proudly sits on the board. Learn more here.


Camptown aims to challenge, mentor, and teach youth about life through outdoor adventure and nature programs that help build confidence, character, and hope. Their Trailblazers program is for youth with differing abilities and is designed to help youth look beyond their disability and see that they can do anything they put their mind to. CCHA Law Partner Greg Schrage is a proud Board Member of the organization. Learn more here.

Coburn Place

Coburn Place has been serving survivors of domestic violence and their children since 1996. Their mission is to offer compassionate support and safe housing choices, illuminating a path forward and restoring hope. They believe and embody the notion that breaking the cycle of abuse creates stronger people, stronger families – and ultimately, stronger communities. We are so proud our own Jessica Schnelker is a Board Member of the organization. Learn more here.

Hand, Inc

HAND, Inc. addresses the housing needs of low- and moderate-income individuals, families, and senior citizens in Indianapolis’ suburbs. They improve lives and build community in Hamilton County by investing in neighborhoods, redeveloping historic buildings, preserving quality, and addressing affordable housing by providing housing solutions. CCHA Law Partner Doug Church is proudly involved with the organization. Learn more here.

Jackson Center for Conductive Education

The Jackson Center for Conductive Education serves children throughout central Indiana with the goal of giving children with motor disabilities greater independence in their daily activities and life. Conductive education involves a system of learning that improves motor skills for those with motor disorders resulting from damage or disease to the central nervous system. Donations help the team meet their goal of providing service to children at an affordable rate, helping make a difference in the life of each student at the Center. Learn more here.


Kids’ Voice of Indiana

Kids’ Voice of Indiana is on a mission to serve Indiana’s children and families by providing legal education, child advocacy, and family visitation through our programs. They strive to promote and represent the best interest of abused, neglected, and at-risk children and to serve as an advocate for them and their families. CCHA Law appreciates the amazing work being done by Kids’ Voice of Indiana, recognizing their most recent achievement of becoming the CASA program for Marion County. This means, in addition to their existing programs, they are now also appointed to every child welfare case in Marion County, when the Court determines the child has been abused or neglected. Learn more here.

MLK Day / National Day of Service

CCHA Law observed MLK Day by closing the offices and participating in activities for the National Day of Service. Learn more here.

Noblesville Main Street

Noblesville Main Street enriches the culture and community of the City’s downtown historic district, by creating partnerships and programs to connect people to unique places and experiences. Noblesville Main Street spearheads the promotion and development of downtown Noblesville, a place we proudly call home. For that reason alone, we kindly thank their organization for the work they do and their commitment to Noblesville, its residents, and visitors. Learn more here.

Tipton County Foundation

Tipton County Foundation (TCF) exists for the broad-based philanthropic interests of and community benefit of residents of the defined geographic area of Tipton County, Indiana — just one of six locations CCHA Law is proud to call home. Learn more here.

The Villages

The Villages’ mission is to champion every child’s right to a safe, permanent, and nurturing home. They are proud to offer an extensive list of family support services, ranging from childcare centers to community-based services and beyond. In the past five years, The Villages has placed more than 350 children with forever families, and over 90% of those children were adopted by their Villages foster family. Learn more here.

World Wish Day with Make-A-Wish

World Wish Day is an annual Make-A-Wish® event that commemorates more than 40 years of granting life-changing wishes for children with critical illnesses on April 29 each year. Make-A-Wish® grants life-changing wishes for children with critical illnesses. Learn more here.

CCHA Law is Your Community Partner

At CCHA Law, being actively involved in the community is ingrained in our firm culture. We take pride in that culture because it translates into a passion for providing exemplary service to our clients and the communities around us. CCHA Law has proudly served Indiana and its communities since 1880. We value the personal connection to our clients immensely and are here to help however we can. Give us a call – we’re proud to be a part of the community.