The Glick Fund
Gene and Marilyn Glick established the Glick Fund, a fund of Central Indiana Community Foundation, in 1998 to support a variety of causes in Central Indiana.
The Glick family is known throughout Indiana for its philanthropy. Gene and Marilyn Glick instilled philanthropic values in their own family and in the company they created, the Gene B. Glick Company. Today, members of the Glick family and the Gene B. Glick Company continue the tradition of generosity that Gene and Marilyn started.
Issues The Glick Fund Supports
The Glick Fund is focused on making a measurable impact in the following areas:
• Increasing educational opportunities
• Promoting arts and creative expression
• Supporting efforts toward self-sufficiency
• Alleviating human suffering and helping those in need
Working with CICF staff, The Glick Fund Advisors proactively seek organizations that align with The Glick Fund impact areas and CICF’s three broader community leadership initiatives of: Family Success & Making Connections, Inspiring Places, and College Readiness—initiatives aimed at making Central Indiana one of the best places in the nation to live, work, and raise a family.
The Glick Fund does not have an open application process. However, selected organizations will be invited to apply. Questions should be directed to Ryan Brady, Director of Strategic Projects.
The Glick Fund Advisors and Representatives
- David O. Barrett
- Jackie Barrett
- James T. Bisesi
- Marianne Glick
- Arlene Grande
- Thomas J. Grande
- Alice Meshbane
- Anita S. Smith
- Lynda Schwartz