Local Nonprofit Sharing Message of Hope

Local Nonprofit Sharing Message of Hope

Phil’s Friends, a nonprofit organization that provides hope and support to those affected by cancer, is inviting members of the public to join them for a their upcoming Indiana Hope Dinner, which will be held on Friday, May 5, 2017 at the Signature Banquet Hall in Lowell, IN.  The evening will include a complimentary dinner, an address from Founder and Executive Director Phil Zielke, and testimonies from those that have received support through the mission of Phil’s Friends. There is no cost to attend the event.

Founded in 2004 by two-time survivor Phil Zielke, Phil’s Friends reaches out to those in need through care packages, weekly cards, and one-on-one support. The organization’s goal for the upcoming Indiana Hope Dinner is to meet all costs for the evening through the underwriting of generous donors and businesses that support Phil’s Friends and its mission of bringing hope to those in need. All donations are fully tax deductible and will help Phil’s Friends continue to offer its services for free.

Several sponsorship packages are available:

  • Program Sponsor – $100
  • Business Sponsor – $250
  • Table Sponsor – $500
  • Care Package Table Sponsor – $750
  • Giver of Hope Sponsor – $1000

Also, coming up on May 13th, Phil’s Friends will be celebrating the grand opening of its Crown Point Hope Center. More details on both upcoming events can be found here: Phil’s Friends Flyer.

For more information about the Fellowship Dinner, or to learn how you can make a donation, please contact Judy Earnshaw at 219-895-6731. Phil’s Friends is a registered 501(c)3 nonprofit.