A common theme among successful companies is their philanthropic contributions as a corporation, but many corporations, large or small, don’t know where to start. Tim DeFrench, The RND Group; John Dietz, OrthoIndy and Indiana Orthopedic Hospital; and Brian Acton, BMW Constructors offer unique insight about what they learned in creating a corporate fund at CICF. 5. […]Read More.
Trinity Free Clinic Provides No-Cost Medical Clinics to Residents Divorced, uninsured woman in need of emergency eye surgery; laid off asthmatic unable to afford medication; uninsured mom with severe dental problems; factory worker with debilitating back pain; immigrant children in need of immunizations. The list of Hamilton County’s Trinity Free Clinic patients is diverse and […]Read More.
The expectation that companies give back has become the standard among many job seekers, the Millenial generation (those born between 1980 and the mid-2000s) in particular. Companies giving priority to philanthropic efforts reap plenty of benefits—employee attraction and retention, tax breaks, positive community perception and employee development among them. Where do you start? Take a look at how three Central Indiana businesses are doing it. Read More.
Three contributors to Sky Blue Window received Society of Professional Journalists awards on Friday, April 24th during the Society’s Best In Indiana Journalism awards banquet at the Indianapolis Marriott North.Read More.
Thirteen students from Marion and Hamilton counties have been named recipients of four-year, full-tuition scholarships as the Central Indiana Community Foundation (CICF) 2015 Lilly Endowment Community Scholars. A total of 91 Central Indiana students were interviewed for the scholarships, which stipulated that recipients must: be a resident of Hamilton or Marion County; plan to pursue […]Read More.
The Summer Youth Program Fund, a funding collaborative of 10 local and national partners, will provide $2,402,659 in grants to support programs at 165 organizations in Marion County. The grants will fund 194 low- or no-cost summertime programs, activities and experiences for 50,000 area children between the ages of four and 19 years old, and […]Read More.