Giving back to the community is part of the mission of the Northwest Indiana Creative Investors Association(NICIA). This year we are excited to be able to help our community around the holidays by participating in the Salvation Army’s Angel Tree project and adopting a family of five for the holidays. The NICIA is asking its members to either donate gifts or money to help make this family’s Christmas a joyous day.
NICIA will match each dollar donated to this cause. This money will be used for gifts to even out the items purchased so each child is getting items. It will also be used to purchase dry goods and daily essentials like soap, tooth paste, laundry detergent for the family.
For cash donations you can pay online through the Donate Now button below, or bring your cash donation to the NICIA Christmas Party December 11 at the Innsbrook Country club.
Minimum donation is $10, but you can enter a different amount in the box below.
Enter an amount to donate and then click the green Donate Now! button.
NICIA will match any cash donations.
Members can also provide gift donations. You can buy one or several gifts it is up to you. All we ask is that you DO NOT wrap the gift but instead just put the gender and age of the child you bought for on the item. Please put your name on the back so we can contact you if needed. We are doing this so that we can eliminate duplicate gift items for the same child. We will wrap the gifts and put name tags on them before we deliver the items. Click here to download a document with the family information for gifts here.
Although a gift for mom is not required we are sure she would appreciate one if someone decided to provide one. Bring donated gifts to the NICIA Christmas Party December 11 at the Innsbrook Country club. For more information about the Christmas Party, click here. If you are not attending the Holiday Party and would still like to donate please let Greg O’Donnell or Melissa Nusbaum know and we can arrange something with you.
I encourage you to help us give back to the community.