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Donations will go to the Noblesville Trustee’s Office and Noblesville Boys & Girls Club

CanStruction Noblesville is underway. CanStruction is a yearly creative showcase that addresses hunger and hunger anxiety in Noblesville and Hamilton County. The event started eight years ago as an initiative from Noblesville business owner and Noblesville City Councilor, Darren Peterson.

CanStruction rallies Noblesville residents and local businesses by asking them to collect non-perishable food items to create sculptures. In the first seven years, CanStruction has donated 40,000 items of non-perishable food and raised roughly $50,000 to fight hunger and hunger anxiety in Noblesville and Hamilton County.

The sculptures will be hosted at Noblesville City Hall from October 2nd through October 12th. Sculpture creators will compete against each other for the ‘best sculpture.’ At the end of the event, all of the canned foods will be donated to the Trustee’s Office, and proceeds will go to the Noblesville Boys & Girls club toward their food programs.

“The Club is excited to partner with CanStruction to help raise funds for our meals and snacks programs while benefiting our local food pantries. Last year alone, our Club served more than 66,000 healthy snacks and more than 6,000 meals to our members. Fighting local hunger issues is also one of our priorities, so we were very eager to team up with CanStruction to help address the need,” said Nathan Helm, Boys & Girls Club Director of Development.




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