The Indianapolis Foundation, an affiliate of the Central Indiana Community Foundation and the Foundation’s Library Fund awarded more than $1.3 million in grants and awards to 33 not-for-profits and libraries serving Marion County on September 11, 2012. The Foundation granted $4,982,607 in 2012 and has awarded more than $196 million since it began making Community Fund grants in 1924.
The grants were awarded to the organizations listed below within the following categories: Arts & Culture, Education, Environment, Civic & Community Involvement, and Health & Human Services. Two of the Library Fund grants will be used to further digitalization projects at IUPUI University Library. A third grant of $266,500 will help 32 Marion County high schools improve their library resources.
“The Indianapolis Foundation is committed to supporting organizations and projects that are addressing the broad spectrum of today’s needs in our community as well as those that are preparing us for tomorrow’s,” said D. William “Bill” Moreau, Jr., Board Chair, The Indianapolis Foundation.
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