Kathryn Miree, planned giving consultant, demands the attention of a room. Not because she asked for it—though she did warn the audience at CICF’s fall Professional Advisor Seminar against falling asleep—but because her passion for planned giving and family philanthropy is too big to ignore. Miree’s high-energy presentation and real-life examples of planned gifts gone awry were often both hilarious and a little scary, but provided the audience with powerful tools to help make their cl…Read More.
Pike High School graduates Caracciola 'Cari' and Taracciola 'Tari' Morales used the Mexican Scholarship, administered by CICF, to attend Indiana University. Both women, now 25, have handedly met the scholarship’s core criteria: leadership and giving back to the community.Read More.
By 2030, 20 percent of Hoosiers will be over the age of 60—double the population in 2010 according to the US Census Bureau. Yet this growing population faces tremendous barriers. As life expectancy increases, so does the number of aging adults that cannot meet basic needs, including access to nutritious food or transportation.Read More.