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Little Wish Foundation to Celebrate 3rd Annual Mardi On Mass


October 14 held at the Art Bank on Mass Ave.

For Immediate Release:

October 13, 2016



Therese Niemiec, Little Wish Foundation, 317-376-3676

Steve Kolodziej, Little Wish Foundation, 219-742-8912

Chris Fultz, Indiana Sports Report, 219-314-8417

Brian Jessen, Indiana Sports Report, 317-627-0315


INDIANAPOLIS, IN – The Little Wish Foundation is excited to announce its third annual Mardi On Mass on Friday, October 14 at the Art Bank located at 811 Massachusetts Avenue. The event runs from 5:00 PM – 10:00 PM and includes a delicious New Orleans style shrimp boil along with live jazz music provided by Still Blue, a cash bar, a raffle and chance to win prizes.

If shrimp is not your taste, don’t worry! An amazing Adouille sausage sandwich will be ready to serve along with other food items such as bread from Yats Cajun Creole Restaurant. Soda and water will be available as well as Upland Wheat Ale and beer from Sun King Brewing Company. The shrimp will be live and flown in from Louisiana the day before the event.

All tickets include dinner and one free drink. All guests must be 21 year of age or older. Tickets can be purchased at the door or online. All proceeds benefit the Little Wish Foundation.

Those who are interested in more information or volunteering opportunities can email Therese Niemiec at
The Little Wish Foundation Little Wish Foundation is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that grants wishes to children with cancer. Since 2010, more than 630 wishes have been granted to children across Indiana and four other states. We have witnessed these wishes bring hope and joy to a child in a very tough time.  A little bit of help can make a big difference in a child’s life.

Currently, the Little Wish Foundation deliver wishes to pediatric oncology patients at South Bend Memorial, Riley Children’s Hospital, Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital, Lutheran Children’s Hospital and Riley North in Carmel. Some “little wishes” items that have been given include laptop computers, Xbox360 & PS3 gaming systems, iPads & iPods, concert tickets, spa treatments, TVs, blu-ray DVD players & movies, pretty dresses and much more

For more information on the Little Wish Foundation and donation opportunities, please visit Visitors can donate online via credit card, PayPal account, or by mail.

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