Party in Saxony's Witten Park to Benefit Madi Hoffman
Silent Auction and Concert Featuring the Aaron Pelsue Band Saturday, August 16
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FISHERS, Ind. – August 11, 2014 – The Hoffman family was just like any other earlier this spring. They had just signed a contract to build a new home with David Weekley Homes in Saxony, and daughter Madi, was getting ready to graduate from Fishers High. Unfortunately a few days after deciding to build their new home, Madi was diagnosed with Stage 2 Hodgkin’s Lymphoma and needed to begin chemotherapy immediately.
David Weekley Homes, Saxony Village, Pub Theology, and Benji Loney of EASYstreet Realty have come together to host a benefit in Witten Park for Madi Hoffman and her family on Saturday, August 16. The benefit begins at 5pm with music from local talent, Midnight Run Band and concludes at 9pm after Indianapolis-based modern-rock worship group the Aaron Pelsue Band performs. A silent auction will also benefit the family.
The public is invited to join together for this fundraiser and enjoy live music and a silent auction in Witten Park at 13257 Saxony Blvd. in Fishers, Indiana. Outside coolers are welcome and donations will be accepted throughout the evening. No RSVP is necessary.
Visit www.gofundme.com/9xiayc to learn more about Madi or to make an online donation towards her medical expenses today!
Saxony, utilizing “new urbanism” principles in its design, is a 750-acre development that spans both sides of I-69 and Exit 210 in Hamilton County. At build-out, the $1.5 billion project will include a mix of corporate office, retail, entertainment, civic, multi-family and single family uses, all set within a framework that is home to leading edge companies such as Community Health Network, Helmer Inc., IU Health, Ball State University, STAR Financial Bank, Verus Partners, The Wesleyan Church Foundation, Performance Marketing Group, and leading retailers and an affluent, vibrant workforce. www.saxony-indiana.com