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.
Over $1.8 million will be shared by 43 Indianapolis-area not-for-profits to stem violent crime.
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.
Central Indiana Community Foundation affiliate to award $2 million in grants; funds will continue to support programs providing services for juvenile and adult offenders.
37 Place, the Heartbeat of Martindale Brightwood, a former elementary school, will serve as a neighborhood hub for a "resilient community."
The Foundation granted $4,982,607 in 2012, has awarded more than $196 million since 1924.
Marian University teaches youth programs’ staff how to stop summer learning loss in Indianapolis.
Funds will support summer programs, including arts, career exploration and employment, community service, sports and more.
Day Nursery is a grant recipient.
More than $332,000 in grants were awarded to nine not-for-profits and libraries serving Marion County
Project Home will be the only facility in all of Marion County that serves pregnant and homeless teenagers.
Nearly 4,800 of all eligible freshmen enrolled in post-secondary degree program due to CICF challenge initiative
“Media Center Enrichment Grants” designed to spur collaborative teaching, aid English Language Learners, add “high-interest” materials to library collections, more
The Indianapolis Foundation, an affiliate of the Central Indiana Community Foundation, awarded more than $778,000 in grants to not-for-profits serving Marion County on September 16th, 2011 as part of its Community Fund and Library Fund grants programs.
Funds will support summer programs, including arts, career exploration and employment, community service, sports and more