HAMILTON COUNTY, IN – SNAP, a strategic initiative created by Legacy Fund focusing on adolescent substance use and abuse in Hamilton County has become a part of Promising Futures of Central Indiana.
Mr. Mark A. Robbins has been hired as vice president of the Legacy Fund. Formerly the director of development at Ball State University, Robbins began with Legacy Fund on April 25, 2011, and will provide additional development support for the Hamilton County-based community foundation.
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