From one generation to the next: children at Indianapolis Public School #103 now have access to a high-quality preschool program thanks to The Glick Fund.
About The Glick Fund
The Glick Fund, a fund of Central Indiana Community Foundation, was established by Gene and Marilyn Glick in 1998 to support a variety of causes in central Indiana. Today, The Glick Fund is focused on making a measurable impact in specific areas. The Glick Fund concentrates on:
- Increasing educational opportunities
- Promoting arts and creative expression
- Supporting efforts toward self-sufficiency
- Alleviating human suffering and helping those in need
CEOs for Cities selects Indianapolis to host Livability Challenge Workshop, highlighting effective strategies for enhancing urban living from six major US cities - Cleveland, Philadelphia, St. Louis, St. Paul, Minneapolis and Indianapolis.
Central Indiana Community Foundation affiliate to award $2 million in grants; funds will continue to support programs providing services for juvenile and adult offenders.