At Meyer Najem we are always looking to give back to our community any way possible. Throughout the years, we have given time and resources to numerous organizations and fundraising initiatives.
Recent projects include the YMCA’s Camp Mudsock, SAW’s ramp building, and our Swing into Giving charity golf outing.
Camp Mudsock, part of the Fishers YMCA of Greater Indianapolis, provides children ages 3-15 with a chance to grow, learn, and explore in a safe, structured, and values-based environment. Designed to seat 400 campers, the camp is home to opening camp campfires each day, as well as songfests throughout the day. We embrace this new structure to mark the symbolic heart of the Mudsock Woods experience. Set in a circle, the camp symbolically affirms our commitment to Christian principles.
SAW’s (Servants at Work), is a nonprofit organization that builds wheelchair ramps to provide persons with disabilities and conditions of aging with the freedom to remain in their homes and reconnect with their communities. Last year, our team constructed the largest ramp that the SAW’s organization has built to date. The finished size came in at over 800-square feet.
Swing into Giving, Meyer Najem’s charity golf outing, is a non-profit golf outing that takes place each summer at Eagle Creek Golf Course in Indianapolis. Each year our firm selects recipients from our community for which the funds will go to. In ten years of the outing our firm has raised over $250,000, all of which has gone back to our very own communities.
Let’s connect, grab a coffee, and discuss how we can help you achieve your goals
Meet Cynthia Tucker, Director of Marketing at Meyer Najem and chair of the Philanthropy Committee. Cynthia has more than 20 years of experience working with organizations to help them meet their needs. She’s going to help walk you through everything that we do to support our communities and explore ways that we can help you.