The Mark and Stacey Roesler Foundation has donated to the fourth annual Peyton Manning Children's Hospital at St. Vincent 'Celebration of Caring' Gala which was held on Friday, March 4th at the JW Marriott in Indianapolis.
The event benefited pediatric patients who depend on Peyton Manning Children's Hospital at St. Vincent.
This year's life altering event raised over $1.2 million dollars.
To find out more how you can offer your support, click here.
The Mark and Stacey Roesler Foundation has donated to the The 20th Annual William K. Nasser, MD Dining A La Heart Fundraiser which was held on February 27th. The fundraiser benefited The Reviving Hearts Program to assist in placing Automatic External Defibrillators (AEDs) in Indiana high schools.
This life-saving campaign started three years ago. To date, with over $200,000 raised, 35 AEDs have been placed in high schools throughout central Indiana.
For more information on how you can donate, click here.
The Mark and Stacey Roesler Foundation has donated several celebrity themed collector's items for the Second Harvest Food Bank of East Central Indiana's 15th annual Dream Ball auction in effort to end hunger in the region.
This year's gala titled, "The Dream Ball: An Evening in Paris," was held on Saturday, Feb. 12 at the Horizon Convention Center in Muncie, Indiana.
The proceeds, of over $39,000, from this event will enable the food bank to serve over 210,000 meals in East Central Indiana.
For more information about this quest to end hunger, please visit www.curehunger.org.
The Mark and Stacey Roesler Foundation has made a cash donation to the Madison County Special Olympics this month.
So far over $21,000 has been raised during this month's fundraising efforts to assist future Special Olympic events.
The goal of the program is to provide sports training and athletic competition to Special Olympic athletes in Madison County. Currently there are more than 60 County Programs throughout Indiana.
For more information on how to get involved click here.
Around 250 people attended "The "VIP After Glow Celebration" on April 17th at CMG's headquarters located in Indianapolis.
Guests enjoyed a tour of the Legends Museum, music and dining.
All the proceeds from this event supported the "Water Is Life" project to increase the funding necessary to qualify for a large global grant. The fundraiser's goal, to drill 100 wells in Sierra Leone, will supply over 70,000 men, women, and children with clean water.
To learn how you can contribute to this great cause click here.
Pictured at Top: Mark Roesler and son with members of the Fishers Rotary Club (Left to Right) Christopher Foster, Dr. Adonis Abboud (Ph.D), Mark Roesler, Joey Roesler
"The Mark and Stacey Roesler Foundation" is thrilled to be a sponsor of Fishers Rotary Club's VIP after party this weekend to raise money for 100 wells in Sierra Leone by 2011.
The "VIP After Glow Celebration" will be held tomorrow from 8:30 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. at CMG's headquarters located in Indianapolis.
The proceeds from this event will support the "Water Is Life" project to increase the funding necessary to qualify for a large global grant.
As part of the night's entertainment guests will be able to tour the Legends Museum where artifacts once belonging to Marilyn Monroe, James Dean, Babe Ruth and many other sports, music and Hollywood Legends are on display.
Mr. Roesler will also give a brief speech while guests enjoy plenty of live music, food and drinks.
Tickets to attend the after party celebration cost $100. This price includes admission to the "Water is Life" film premiere, which will take place earlier in the evening from 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the Heartland Auditorium.
To attend this event or to contribute to this life altering cause click here.
The Mark and Stacey Roesler Foundation Donates an Annual College Scholarship to a Jackie Robinson Scholar
Each year, The Mark and Stacey Roesler Foundation donates $10,000 to assist a Jackie Robinson Scholar throughout his/her college career.
Founded in 1973, the goal of the Jackie Robinson Foundation is to carry on the memory of Jackie Robinson by providing financial aid, mentoring, career guidance and leadership development to talented minority students entering college.
Known as what "might be the best educational effort in the country," by the New York Times in 2008, the organizations donations result in nearly 100% graduation rate.
To learn more about this foundation click here.
The Mark and Stacey Roesler Foundation has donated $500 to the The 19th Annual William K. Nasser, MD Dining A La Heart Fundraiser on February 28th. This year's fundraiser will benefit The Reviving Hearts Program to assist in placing Automatic External Defibrillators (AEDs) in Indiana high schools.
The goal of this program is to place 400 AEDs throughout different area high schools in the next five years.
For more information on this life-saving fundraiser, click here.