Center for Pain Management staff members chose the National Youth Advocate Program (NYAP) as its 2019 holiday charity, buying gifts for a child receiving NYAP assistance. The staff bought and wrapped more than a dozen gifts for their sponsored child.
John Henne, Center for Pain Management’s Chief Financial Officer, explained that
IndyPain staffers have a long tradition of holiday giving, each year choosing an organization to partner with and soliciting donations. “This year, the staff chose NYAP because they wanted to help a child that might not have received any holiday gifts otherwise,” he said.
NYAP, based in Columbus, Ohio, has 65 locations in nine states, including Indiana. It provides a wide range of services for families and youth, including mental health services, emergency shelter arrangements, and family reunification support.
In this Dec. 13 photo at Center for Pain Management’s Indianapolis location, staff members pose with the gifts they bought and wrapped for a child they sponsored through the National Youth Advocate Program.