NOBLESVILLE – Cherish, the Nationally Accredited Child Advocacy Center for Hamilton County, is honored to present Gaylor Electric with the 2022 Impact Award.
The Impact Award highlights the success and contribution of community members who have made a significant impact in the fight to make children’s lives better over the past year. The award is designed to recognize an organization’s impact on the community and the clients we serve. Gaylor was chosen for this award as they have been an ongoing partner of Cherish for many years. Not only do they consistently support events of Cherish, but they are always willing to assist with facility needs as well. They regularly lend their gifts and influence to make an impact beyond their work as The Highest Performing National Contractor of Excellence. They truly do deliver on their genuine care for people.
Cherish, a non-profit founded in 2009, is the child advocacy center for Hamilton County. They provide intervention and prevention services for victims of abuse and neglect.
Their services include child forensic interviews, advocacy, community education, trauma therapy intervention, and psychoeducational groups that focus on healthy relationships and safe dates. As an Accredited Member of the National Children’s Alliance, Cherish is dedicated to providing comprehensive, coordinated, and compassionate services to victims and their families.
“We want to sincerely thank Gaylor Electric for their steadfast support of Cherish,” said Wendy Gamble, Executive Director and Founder of Cherish. “This partnership means so much to us, as we depend on it to be able to provide much-needed services to children and families who have been affected by traumatic events. We are grateful that Gaylor Electric has supported not only Cherish but has shown its commitment to the safety and well-being of children and families in our community. Their generosity will have ripple effects throughout our community for years to come.”
The mission of Cherish is to serve and protect the lives of abused and exploited children in Hamilton County and to provide regional leadership on child abuse and exploitation issues. Children come first in all they do and by operating closely as a team, Cherish strives to provide justice and restore hope to victims. Cherish conducts between 400-500 forensic interviews a year as the only nationally accredited CAC serving Hamilton County.
For more information about Cherish, visit www.cherishcac.org. You can also follow them on social media including Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.