Alexandria of Carmel Apartments held a one mile walk through the community and raised $148.
Whiskey Business Sports & Entertainment Bar held an event for I.W.I.N. in October and rasied $1,700.
Clinton House Health and Rehab Center did a bake sale and made $428 for I.W.I.N.
Curves in Richmond, IN held a Breast Cancer Awareness Fundraiser and donated $180 to I.W.I.N.
Cycle Bar in Carmel held a variety of events in the month of October and raised $790.
Insurance Brokers of Indiana held a jeans week for breast cancer and raised $150.
The Sphinx Club and the Wabash Benefaction Committee teamed up with I.W.I.N. for this year's "Homecoming Queen Contest". The "Walk in Her Shoes" campaign took place during the half time festivities of the Wabash College Homecoming Football game and raised $6,350.
The Early Learning Academy held a variety of fundraisers and made $900.
The office employees of Poly-Wood Inc. held a Fall Spirit week and then Poly-Wood matched the money the empolyees raised for a total donation of $785.66.
The Indiana Astros Organization sold Breast Cancer Awareness t-shirts and raised $800.
Reis Nichols Jewlers held their monthly "Battery Replacement Program". I.W.I.N. was the October recipient and they raised an incredible $5,390.
Indiana University-Maurer School of Law - Black Law Student Association sold pink ribbons and made $60.
Southport 6th Grade Academy raised $288 for I.W.I.N.
Valley Screen Process Co., in Mishawaka held an employee fundraiser and donated $408 to I.W.I.N.
St Michael the Archangel Catholic Church held a fundraiser for I.W.I.N and made over $400.
Citizens State Bank of Kinghtstown held an event for I.W.I.N and they raised over $250.
HouseMasters Inspections donated $5 for every home inspection they performed in the month of October, they raised $665.
Kendra Scott at Keystone at the Crossing held their annual "Holley Days" where 10% of their proceeds went to I.W.I.N. and they made $95.70.
Indiana Grand Racing - Casino held 2 events for I.W.I.N. in October. The first event was a "Pink Out Night and Survivior Walk" and the second event was a "Give $10, Get $10" event. Collectively both events raised over $19,000.
North Montgomery High School held a Faculty and Staff fundraiser and made $107.75 for I.W.I.N.
Altar'd State at Keystone at the Crossing held "Mission Mondays" in September and October where 10% of all proceeds went to I.W.I.N. They donated over $3,000 to I.W.I.N.
Seton Hall Catholic High School Girls Volleyball team raised an amazing $4,146 for I.W.I.N. They held a series of events: lock-in for grade school girls, t-shirt sales, boys volleyball game, bake sale and donations.
"Wine Not Fight the Fight" event was held at Carmel City Center. A variety of stores donated 10% of their sales the night of the event. Bath Junkies raised $160, House of Z raised $74 and beauty + grace raised $53.
MEAUH (My Eyes Are Up Here) auctioned off a pair of Indy Eleven tickets on Facebook and made $80 for I.W.I.N.
Zionsville West Middle School raised $1,160. At the begining of each school year they choose an organization for their yearly charity drive. This year it was I.W.I.N. Staff members donate funds and in return they are allowed to wear jeans on designated days.
A breast cancer survivor held a Hog Roast at her home. She asked everyone to make a donation or bring a gasoline or grocery store gift card. They made over $1,700 for I.W.I.N.
Westville High School held a "Dig Pink Night". Their boys' and girls' volleyball teams honored those who have lost battles their with cancer and those who continue to battle. They also hosted a bake sale, silent auction and sold t-shirts. They raised $1,118.
Andrew Brown Academy raised $328 by asking the staff and students to pay $1 to wear jeans and pink on a designated "Pink Day".
9Round Kick Boxing held a "Kick-a-Thon" and raised $1,200.
Chipotle did a "Eat for Change". If you presented a flyer on the designated night when you ordered, 50% of the proceeds went to I.W.I.N. They raised $451.
The Hot Room held a yoga event and raised $163.
Stephanie, a past recipient of I.W.I.N., held her 2nd Annual "Breast Cancer Ride and Silent Auction" in Knightstown, IN. Even though it rained she had 37 riders and raised $1635!
Way to go Kate Dillon, a Carmel HS junior who started an I.W.I.N. club to raise money! They sold t-shirts at the Carmel High School baseball game against North Central High School. They raised over $350.
Cyclebar held a Charity Ride and raised $630.
Gold Cannon Candle fundraiser made $350.
"Strutting In Style" Fashion Show held in Crown Point, IN raised an incredible $11,000. Thank you Debbie, Jody and your amazing committee!
Westfield High School held a Boys and Girls "Pink Out" Basketball game. Jointly they raised over $1,200 for I.W.I.N.
Triton Central Girls Basketball "Pink Out" Game raised an AMAZING $18,000 for I.W.I.N. They also honored all of the breast cancer survivors in their community at the game. Way to go girls, coaches and Connie Larkey!
Michelle Marocco donated a portion of her Warrior Spirit Bracelet to I.W.I.N. and raised $72.
Kirshell and Joyce Lovins held their 6th Annual Brookville "Pink Pajama Party". The event was held in the volunteer firestation and raised an amazing $6,000. Way to go girls!
Pinnacle Insurance Group did a "Casual for a Cause" jean day and raised $500
"My dedication to the fight against breast cancer began several years ago with the diagnosis of breast cancer to a very good friend. It was at that time that I realized the impact treatment had on a woman. Due to the fatiguing nature of chemotherapy and the physical limitations of surgery, I recognized that even the simple things in life now became stressors, such as lifting their child and cleaning the house."
- Nancy Shepard, R.N