Save the Date: Fifth Annual Silver Cup Celebration is August 18th - New Hope of Indiana
For over forty years, New Hope of Indiana has been committed to supporting individuals and families, encouraging them to live their most independent, fulfilling lives. Through services for individuals with disabilities and advocacy efforts, New Hope of Indiana is making an impact in our communities every day.
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Save the Date: Fifth Annual Silver Cup Celebration is August 18th

25 Jan Save the Date: Fifth Annual Silver Cup Celebration is August 18th

Save the date! New Hope of Indiana’s fifth annual Silver Cup Celebration luncheon on Thursday, August 18, 2022 at 11:30am at the Ritz Charles in Carmel. This year, we are proud to celebrate the accomplishments of #TeamNewHope, the resilience of the individuals we serve and the incredible community that joins us all together at New Hope of Indiana.

Once again, we’re proud to have our emcee, Anne Marie Tiernon from WTHR, join us and are excited to welcome guest speaker Sam Schmidt, former IndyCar driver, race team owner, philanthropist and disability advocate.

While tickets aren’t available just yet, New Hope is currently seeking sponsors to support the Silver Cup Celebration and our mission in 2022. Contact Jenny Pfeil for more information.

 

About Sam Schmidt

In January of 2000, Sam suffered a horrendous crash while racing which rendered him a quadriplegic. After his accident, he was no longer able to drive but remained passionate about motorsports. Sam later founded Sam Schmidt Motorsports and the Sam Schmidt Paralysis Foundation, which was rebranded Conquer Paralysis Now in 2015. Through the years the Foundation has funded research on a global level, provided grants to organizations benefitting the disabled, and continues its nationally acclaimed Day at the Races program providing opportunities for individuals with disabilities. A major focus of the program is encouraging people to find their passion and continue to live their dreams – just as Sam has done.

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