New chairs, board members at CICF, The Indianapolis Foundation, Legacy Fund of Hamilton County
Event Showcased CICF’s Community Leadership Initiatives, Outcomes and More
This presentation will feature CICF’s strategy for managing its assets in the face of ongoing uncertainties in the marketplace as well as reviewing 2011 investment results and our outlook for 2012.
Brad Little, president of Legacy Fund, Hamilton Countyâ€™s community foundation, has announced he will leave the foundation at the end of November to assume the positions of CEO and president of the Ottumwa Regional Legacy Foundation (ORLF), a newly created foundation located in Ottumwa, Iowa. Little joined Legacy Fund, Inc., an affiliate of the Central Indiana Community Foundation, in 2007.
Central Indiana Community Foundation (CICF) is pleased to announce CICF Grants Officer Tara Seeley was one of five high-performing program officers profiled nationally in the Center for Effective Philanthropy's (CEP) research report.
The Indianapolis Foundation, an affiliate of Central Indiana Community Foundation (CICF), is pleased to announce J. Murray Clark,as its new chair.
Legacy Fund is pleased to announce the following members to its Board of Directors for 2010: Lisa B. Allen (Hamilton Southeastern Education Foundation), Ron Brumbarger (Bitwise Solutions), Kay Hartley (Hartley Companies), Jim Longstreth (Financial Partners Group), Steve A. Pittman (Pittman Partners), and Dane Rowland (Rowland Printing).
Legacy Fund, an affiliate of the Central Indiana Community Fund, announces its inaugural Celebration of Philanthropy, to be held Thursday, November 12 at the Ritz Charles, 12156 North Meridian Street, Carmel. A cocktail hour kicks off the evening at 6:00 p.m. with dinner being served at 7:00 p.m. The evening’s program begins at 8:00 p.m. and concludes at 8:30 p.m.
Central Indiana Community Foundation Announces 2009 Board Members
The Indianapolis Foundation Announces 2009 Board Leadership
- A Penny Saved
- Phase II Applications for Community Crime Prevention Grants Now Available
- The Indianapolis Foundation Awards More Than $2.2 Million to Support Community Needs
- Legacy Fund Addresses Community Wide Needs Via May Grants
- The Indianapolis Foundation Awards $159,000 for Phase I of 2014 Community Crime Prevention Grants