Several organizations, including CICF and Efroymson Family Fund announced matching gifts during the event.
Special funding will support City’s efforts to engage the community in finding short-term, low-cost solutions to stem this summer’s violent crimes.
Grants will support programs designed to secure and maintain basic needs including adequate access to nutrition, independence, education, engagement and healthier aging.
Applications available at cicf.org; Funds will support programs providing services for youth prevention and juvenile and adult offenders
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- Phase II Applications for Community Crime Prevention Grants Now Available
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- Legacy Fund Addresses Community Wide Needs Via May Grants
- The Indianapolis Foundation Awards $159,000 for Phase I of 2014 Community Crime Prevention Grants