ICAN's Annual Wine & Wags Fundraiser




Wine & Wags is an ''after work'' program that provides individuals and businesses an opportunity to learn more about Indiana Canine Assistant Network (ICAN), and the work we are doing with inmates and individuals living with a disability. The evening is inspirational and filled with stories about ICAN dogs changing lives on both ends of the leash. Testimonials and videos are presented by ICAN clients, former inmate handlers, correctional staff and members from the community.



The program is only two hours long, takes place from 5:15pm to 7:30pm and includes light appetizers and wine. There is no fee to attend and there is no obligation to donate, however, guests are asked to make a contribution to ICAN at the end of the program.

Wine & Wags 2019 Evening Hosts

Nicole Misencik and Terri Stacy


Wine & Wags success is due to our sponsors and table hosts who bring eight to ten guests who are interested in learning more about us! Would YOU consider HOSTING a table for this year's event? Invite your co-workers, neighbors, friends and family, and if you don't feel like you can fill a table, then consider asking someone to co-host it with you! We will be providing all hosts a detailed orientation on what your role will be on September 20th from 5:15-7:15pm (along with some appetizers) at the Biltwell Event Center so HOLD THAT DATE if you will be hosting a table! If you are unable to serve as a table host, no worries, we will assign you and your guest(s) to a table.


ICAN's 2019 Calendar ''What's in a Name?'' will be premiered at this event and you will have the early bird opportunity to purchase one right off the press and get it auto-paw-graghed by one of our dogs!


QUESTIONS? Contact Dino at dino@icandog.org or call 317-672-3864.





2018 WINE & WAGS - THURSDAY, OCTOBER 11TH - 5:15-7:30pm



 Hope to see you there!


Click here to see some of the photos from 2015 Wine & Wags! (All photos by Liz Kaye Photography)

Click here to see some of the photos from 2014 Wine and Wags! (All photos by Liz Kaye Photography)