THE IMPORTANCE OF COMMUNITY: Indianapolis Foundation Releases Report To Improve Public Safety, Reduce Crime In Indianapolis
  Report identifies key factors for improving public safety including job opportunities, educational attainment, data driven community-wide strategies INDIANAPOLIS, IN (June 30, 2015) – The lack of a high school diploma, insufficient job opportunities and a need for data-driven public safety strategies are threats to public safety in Indianapolis according to The Importance of Community, […]Read More.
  Nearly 1,700 area youth to benefit from summertime employment and public safety programming. INDIANAPOLIS, IN (June 11, 2015) – The Indianapolis Foundation, an affiliate of Central Indiana Community Foundation, has awarded $153,000 in grants to 12 local not-for-profits serving Marion County youth during Phase I of the 2015 Marion County-City of Indianapolis Community Crime […]Read More.
Legacy Fund Awards $134,500 in Grants to Hamilton County Not-For-Profits
Legacy Fund of Hamilton County, an affiliate of the Central Indiana Community Foundation, awarded a total of $134,500 in grants upon Legacy Fund’s board of directors’ approval at its May 12, 2015 meeting. Grants were allocated to 16 not-for-profit organizations that share Legacy Fund’s goal to transform and improve Hamilton County for its residents. The LINK Advisory Council, a youth-based philanthropic council created by Legacy Fund in 2002, also awarded $10,000 to four not-for-prof…Read More.
The Indianapolis Foundation Awards $2.3+ Million to Support Marion County Needs
  The Indianapolis Foundation board of directors approved and awarded $2,392,396 in grants to 33 projects and not-for-profit organizations serving Marion County residents at its May 12, 2015 board meeting. Grant requests were approved by The Indianapolis Foundation board of directors and made possible by generations of community donations to the Endowment for Indianapolis (an […]Read More.