Phase II Applications for Community Crime Prevention Grants Now Available.
In partnership with the City of Indianapolis, The Indianapolis Foundation has announced that grant applications for Phase II of the 2014 Community Crime Prevention Grant program are now available online at www.cicf.org as of July 1, 2014. Organizations interested in applying are encouraged to review the grant criteria, procedures and reporting requirements for their program […]Read More.
The Indianapolis Foundation Awards More Than $2.2 Million to Support Community Needs.
The Board of Directors of The Indianapolis Foundation, an affiliate of Central Indiana Community Foundation, approved and awarded more than $2.2 million of grants to not-for-profits serving Marion County resident at a board meeting held on May 14, 2014. The grants included: responsive awards (requests for funding made by not-for-profits); support for The Indianapolis Public Library […]Read More.
Legacy Fund Addresses Community Wide Needs Via May Grants.
Legacy Fund of Hamilton County, an affiliate of the Central Indiana Community Foundation, awarded a total of $162,400 in grants as approved by Legacy Fund’s Board of Directors at its May 12th, 2014 board of directors meeting. The grant awards included $137,400 in grants made to 13 not-for-profits serving Hamilton County residents. The LINK Advisory […]Read More.
The Indianapolis Foundation Awards $159,000 for Phase I of 2014 Community Crime Prevention Grants.
The Indianapolis Foundation, an affiliate of Central Indiana Community Foundation, has awarded approximately $159,000 in expedited grants to sixteen local not-for-profits as Phase I of the 2014 Marion County-City of Indianapolis’ Community Crime Prevention Grant Program. The Phase I expedited allocation focuses specifically on 2014 summertime job programs for youth as well as crime-deterrent programming […]Read More.