#CCHACares March 2022: Kids' Voice of Indiana/Go Blue For Kids Gala

POST DATE: 3.17.22

Go Blue For Kids Gala

Kids’ Voice of Indiana will be hosting a memorable evening of storytelling and fundraising benefiting the programs of Kids’ Voice of Indiana and the more than 5,000 abused, neglected and endangered children we serve. The Go Blue for Kids Gala will take place on April 22, 2022, at the Crane Bay Event Center and includes complimentary parking, cocktail hour with hors d’oeuvres, silent auction, and a seated dinner.

The event will feature Dr. Richard Antoine White, who will share his inspiring story of growing up experiencing homelessness as a child in Baltimore, but going on to become a world-class symphony musician and professor. Dr. White is also an author and has been featured on CBS Evening News, PBS News Hour and The Daily Show with Trevor Noah. Dr. White received a Doctorate of Music in Tuba Performance from Indiana University, and is the subject of the documentary R.A.W. Tuba.

This event coincides with Child Abuse Prevention Months, recognized in April. The color blue and a pinwheel symbolize child abuse prevention, reminding us childhood should be filled with joy and playfulness.


CCHA encourages you to participate in the event in an effort to show your support for the cause and for an organization deeply committed to the lives of Hoosier children.

About Kids' Voice of Indiana

Kids’ Voice of Indiana has provided child advocacy services for 37 years. They leverage five core programs to help children who are victims of abuse, neglect or endangerment, or are at high risk.

The Court Appointment Special Advocate (CASA) program appoints an advocate to every child in Marion County who has been abused or neglected and has an open case with the Department of Children’s Services.

The Guardian Ad Litem (GAL) program assigns a volunteer advocate to children whose families are involved in especially contentious custody, paternity, guardianship, and adoption cases.

The Safe Child Parenting Time program (SCPT) provides the opportunity for children and their non-custodial parent to spend court ordered supervised parenting time together in a safe and secure environment.

Parenting Coordination for modest-means families utilizes an attorney to be the ongoing mediator. This individual helps diffuse tense situations, and reinforces current orders, all while lessening the time the family spends in court.

The Children’s Law Center of Indiana serves Indiana attorneys, judges, and child service providers by providing education and training on juvenile and family law topics; legal assistance and resources; and best practice and policy recommendations.

About #CCHACares

Shining a light on the work of our amazing community partners is part of our commitment to the people we serve. Stay tuned each month for our #CCHACares feature. We are so proud to work alongside organizations dedicated to the communities we serve.