“We make a living by what we get but we make a life by what we give.” A quote by Winston Churchill, and a way to sum up the philanthropic mission of James and Lori Hogan. Through The ELAM Group, James and Lori recently marked a milestone in giving by donating another large amount to Our Lady of Grace School in Noblesville. As the Churchill quote indicates, the gifts to OLGS over the past three years have been vital to the growth of the students, faculty and staff and are continuing to “make a life” more substantial by what will be available due to the scholarship opportunity.
“This is important to us because we value the quality of education that OLG offers,” said James Hogan, CEO of The ELAM Group. “Lori and I have seen the effect on our own family. We want others to have the same opportunity right here in our community.” The Hogan financial gifts are earmarked to scholarships for those who cannot afford the private Catholic education offered by OLGS. It’s a win for the school, the community of Noblesville and perhaps in the long run for businesses like The ELAM Group. “Better education in a faith-filled atmosphere prepare our children to be quality citizens ready for life’s challenges,” said Lori Hogan. “Perhaps The ELAM Group has a future environmental scientist benefiting from the terrific education that we support at OLGS.”
Only time will tell but thanks to James and Lori Hogan, the opportunity is even more possible.
OLG School is a private Catholic K-8 school located on the campus of Our Lady Of Grace Parish in Noblesville, IN