#CCHACares: 2023 Review

POST DATE: 1.1.24

Church Church Hittle and Antrim (CCHA Law) takes a hands-on approach to community involvement and considers it one of the guiding principles in our work and lives. We take pride in being active community members and doing what we can to lift up the communities that we support and that support us.

In 2023, CCHA Law supported over 75 different not-for-profit organizations with financial support. Additionally, our attorneys and staff volunteered their time and talent to over 100 organizations by serving as volunteers, Board Members, Advisory Members, and pro-bono council.

#CCHACares 2023 Highlights

Our Firm has experienced numerous impactful events throughout the past year, and we take pride in our contributions that have positively affected several deserving organizations. Our commitment to being supportive community members remains steadfast, and we anticipate furthering our initiatives in 2024. Before embarking on another year filled with opportunities to assist more organizations, we pause to reflect on 2023. Let's revisit the not-for-profit organizations we proudly supported and showcased throughout the year. We invite you to explore these noteworthy organizations, along with others, and join us in making a difference this year.

The O’Connor House

The O’Connor House is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide a Christian home to help single, pregnant, and homeless women improve life for themselves and their children. In March, Women’s History Month, a month focused on commemorating and encouraging the study, observance, and celebration of the vital role of women in American history, we highlighted The O’Connor House and the work they do for women in our community. Learn more here.

The Boys & Girls Club of Noblesville

The Tom & Soni Sheehan Boys & Girls Club of Noblesville has provided programming to help build character for children and teens since 1951. The Club's mission is to inspire and enable young people to reach their full potential as productive, responsible, and caring citizens. We are also proud to share that CCHA Law attorney Kelleigh Fagan is the Boys & Girls Club of Noblesville Board President. Learn more here.

The Indiana Peony Festival

The Indiana Peony Festival is a nonprofit organization in Noblesville that brings together beauty and community support in a weekend-long celebration of Indiana’s state flower, the peony. CCHA Law was a proud sponsor of the 3rd Annual Indiana Peony Festival held at Noblesville’s Seminary Park. Learn more here.

Isaiah 117 House

Isaiah 117 House offers foster children a place to go after they are removed from their homes and before they are placed with a family. Their mission is to provide physical and emotional support in a safe and loving home for children awaiting placement in a more permanent home. Isaiah 117 House has a presence in nine counties here in Indiana. The Boone County Isaiah 117 House recently opened in the fall of 2023. Learn more here.

OneZone Chamber of Commerce

The OneZone Chamber of Commerce supports businesses in Hamilton County with a robust membership base of 1,300 members. Their mission is to serve as a collective voice to drive solutions for a thriving community and to create a healthy business environment. CCHA Law is proud to support and attend a key OneZone event that brings in essential speakers and addresses issues in the community:Eggs & Issues. Learn more here.

Tipton County Pork Festival

The Tipton County Pork Festival is one of the original festivals in the State of Indiana and has a 50-year history! The festival brings the Tipton community together to enjoy live entertainment, food, pageants, parades, and activities for the entire family. CCHA Law is a proud sponsor of the Tipton County Pork Festival held in Downtown Tipton. Learn more here.

Forest Park Aquatic Center

The Forest Park Aquatic Center has provided a family-friendly swimming facility for the Noblesville community to enjoy since 1976, serving over 50,000 visitors over the course of the summer. When the County Parks Department could not maintain the pool, several Masters Swimmers in the area formed a not-for-profit called “The Friends of Central Pool, Inc.”. One of those Masters Swimmers was CCHA Law’s Doug Church. CCHA Law attorneys Doug Church and Julia Church Kozicki are involved with the Forest Park Aquatic Center and have helped with fundraising, board service, and membership in the pool for over 20 years. Learn more here.

Greater Indy Habitat for Humanity

Greater Indy Habitat for Humanity is a nonprofit whose mission is to put God’s love into action by bringing people together to build homes, communities, and hope. Their vision is a world where everyone has a decent place to live. The organization has provided homes for 800 local families since its start in 1987. CCHA attorneys Jennifer Hughes and Liberty Roberts volunteer their time to support the organization and their Women Build program. Learn more here.

A Kid Again

A Kid Again Indiana is a charity organization that serves families raising children living with life-threatening conditions across the entire state of Indiana. They organize and provide destination events for families throughout the year called Adventures. CCHA Law is a proud sponsor, and CCHA attorneys Emily Schmale and Kathleen Boaz are proud volunteers with the nonprofit organization. Learn more here.

CCHA Law is Your Community Partner

At CCHA Law, we have proudly served Indiana and its communities since 1880. We’ve built a culture of being actively involved in our community and plan to carry that forward into 2024. Give us a call - we’re here to help!