Multiple Teams · Miller Soccer Raises over $4,500 for Megan S. Ott Foundation


For the fourth consecutive year, the Noblesville Miller Soccer program worked to raise money and awareness for the Megan S. Ott Foundation. The program has previously raised over $10,500 for the Ott Foundation. We are proud to say we had a record-breaking fundraising year!

Thank you to our players, their families, the fans, as well as the support from all of Noblesville Schools. Whether you bought a pink-out t-shirt, donated money at a game, donated fleece and/or made a warm blanket for someone undergoing chemotherapy treatment, you helped make a difference.

Members of both soccer programs presented a check for $4,559.36 and handmade blankets to the Megan S. Ott Foundation prior to the September 26th girls soccer game against Hamilton Southeastern.

Well done, Millers!

Members of both Noblesville Millers soccer programs present a check and handmade blankets to the Megan S. Ott Foundation.

Original Post, August 21, 2018

Join the Noblesville Millers soccer programs in supporting the Megan S. Ott Foundation during one of the teams’ “Pink-Out” games:

  • Tuesday, September 11 – Boys Varsity and JV vs. Zionsville
  • Wednesday, September 12 – Boys JV Gold and Girls C-Team vs. Zionsville
  • Monday, September 17 – Girls Varsity and JV vs. Carmel
Members of the 2016 Miller Soccer Program present a check to the Megan S. Ott Foundation.

If you would like to donate to the Megan S. Ott Foundation, the teams will pass pink buckets at each game with all donations going to the Megan S. Ott Foundation.

ABOUT THE FOUNDATION

Megan Snyder Ott, a Noblesville native, graduated from Noblesville High School, attended IU Bloomington and was a 4th grade teacher at Hazel Dell Elementary School.

Megan and Tom Ott, with their two daughters Katherine and Lauren.

Megan was a 32 year old wife and mother when she was diagnosed with breast cancer. She was also 32 weeks pregnant with her second daughter. She bravely battled her cancer for 2 years but, sadly, lost that fight on April 24, 2010 at the age of 34. One month before she passed away, she and her husband, Tom, founded the Megan S. Ott Foundation, to be her legacy.

Megan understood that breast cancer doesn’t just attack the individual who is diagnosed with the disease; it’s a daily battle for the entire family, especially a spouse and children. The Megan S. Ott Foundation provides immediate, personalized assistance to local recipients fighting the day to day battle of breast cancer. A few examples of ways the Foundation helps families include: gift cards, weekend get-aways, financial assistance with medical bills, utility bills, mortgage payments and prescription drugs, meals and much more.

Miller Soccer is proud to support this Foundation