Central Indiana Senior Fund
“Aging no longer signals the end of productive life. It is a new chapter. We hope to award grants that will help the elderly flourish in addition to supporting some very genuine and immediate needs for survival.”
– Karen Whitney, Central Indiana Senior Fund chair
The Senior Fund’s goals for helping older adults are to:
- Promote overall good health and wellness
- Ensure that the basic needs of the low-income are met
- Enable older adults to reside in the environments of their choice
- Provide life-affirming opportunities
March 7, 2013
Portland researcher and urban planner to discuss how Indianapolis can create an age-friendlier city at Communities for a Lifetime event on Friday, March 8.
November 27, 2012
Seniors need healthy meals, and many need them at reduced costs. Concord Neighborhood Center’s Dynki Deli serves affordable dishes that hit the spot on Indianapolis’ near southside.
November 7, 2012
The Central Indiana Senior Fund is currently offering an exciting RFP opportunity for not-for-profit organizations serving central Indiana’s at-risk senior population. The deadline for RFP planning proposals is November 16th.
October 9, 2012
Ten thousand baby boomers turn 65 each day in the United States. It’s the fastest growing age group in Indiana – and seniors and communities are going to face critical challenges because of it.
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For grants information, contact:
Andrew Black, CICF Grants Officer
317.634.2423, ext. 178
For giving information, contact:
Pam Velo, CICF Liaison to Senior Fund
317.634.2423, ext. 506