The Indianapolis Foundation, an affiliate of the Central Indiana Community Foundation, and the Foundation’s Library Fund awarded more than $1.1 million in grants and awards to 57 not-for-profits and libraries serving Marion County on September 10, 2013. The Foundation granted $5.6 million in 2013 and has awarded more than $203 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, Civic & Community Involvement, and Health & Human Services. The Library Fund grants total $300,250 and will help 33 Marion County high schools improve their library resources with reading materials, e-books, high-interest selections, and media center technology.
“The Indianapolis Foundation supports organizations and projects that both address our community’s most pressing needs and contribute to Indianapolis’ long-term vibrancy,” said Sarah (Sally) Otte, Board Chair, The Indianapolis Foundation.
For a complete list of funded programs, download the full Indianapolis Foundation September Grants release.
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