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Fishers, IN – Good Samaritan Network is pleased to announce a FREE public event, the Annual Hamilton County Resource Fair 2019, May 10, 12pm-4pm, located at the Hamilton County 4H Fairgrounds in Noblesville, Indiana.
The Hamilton County Resource Fair provides exhibit / vendor booths and unique resources, including these highlighted event emphasis:
Alternative Workforce - emphasizing adults 55+ and non-traditional employees.
Caregiver Connection - emphasizing options and resources for caregivers.
Volunteer Connections - emphasizing volunteer opportunities in Hamilton County.
HIP 2.0 Healthy Indiana - For Hoosiers 19-64 emphasizing presumptive eligibility.
This FREE event is available to the public in an effort to promote a stronger and more informed Hamilton County.
Nonprofits can participate for free, while for-profit exhibitors require a minimal registration fee ($59). All participants (nonprofits and for-profit) are required to register not later than May 7. Sponsorship's are available.
This FREE public event is presented and coordinated by Good Samaritan Network of Hamilton County along with various sponsors. Current sponsors include: Good Samaritan Network, Shepherd's Center and Sodexo. Visit the Good Samaritan Network website (www.gsnlive.org) for sponsorship details and for an updated list.
Nancy Chance, GSN Founder/Executive Director, says, “It really is a remarkable FREE event for Central Indiana! Not to mention the resource and expertise of our vendors and exhibitors, centrally gathered in one location.” Additionally, she said, “NEW this year we are highlighting the idea of Alternative Workforce so that adults 55 and older, as well as non-traditional employees, are a focus."
NEW! The concept of an Alternative Workforce will be highlighted throughout the Resource Fair, emphasizing workforce resources and information for adults 55+ and non-traditional employees.
Again this year we want to emphasize the Caregiver Connection throughout the fair! Helping caregivers discover things they can do to feel more prepared and to know their options as a caregiver.
With an emphasis on Volunteer Connections we are asking participants to highlight numerous Hamilton County volunteer networking opportunities from both perspectives – those who want to volunteer and those who need volunteers.
HIP 2.0 will assist Hoosiers 19-64 with the Healthy Indiana Plan while emphasizing presumptive eligibility.
With over 100+ vendors/booths last year the Resource Fair had was another successful event! Some of comments we received, both from vendors and the public, include:
“I had over 100 people stop at my booth, I was very pleased...” - Vendor
“Thank you so much...it was wonderful event...” - Public
“Great fair… I got lots of information… “- Public
“I couldn't believe how many people were steadily coming in…. “- Vendor
The event will host over 100 booth spaces representing numerous food, clothing, baby pantries and social service agencies as well as local businesses. Some past participants have included: Aspire Indiana, Community Assistance Program, Covering Kids and Families, Kids Coats, Connect2Help, Estate Planning, Safe Families for Children, Unique Home Solutions, and WorkOne. Various exhibitors will provide educational information and health resources as well as free items for those visiting different booths. Door prizes will be drawn by those who complete a survey as participants of the event and free refreshments will be available while they last.
Good Samaritan Network of Hamilton County, Inc., is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit focused on assisting the at-risk population in Hamilton county. Client referrals are received from a variety of social service agencies, churches, township trustees, food pantries, local hospitals and government emergency agencies. GSN also works with the Hamilton County Schools, Sheriff, Police, and Fire Departments. Direct services include serving at-risk and under-served individuals and families within Hamilton County. Typical service streams are emergency or crisis intervention, educational resources, and support. InDirect services include the GSN Network which was established to ensure efficiency and communication among the different agencies and social services that support and assist the at-risk and under-served residents of Hamilton County.