The seniors are really looking for a hub for resources and fellowship and to get out and see what is going on in their community. Senior community is a big part of the redevelopment plan for this area, they’re on boards and staying active here so they take a lot of ownership and pride in […]Read More.
Over the years the library has changed night and day. The physical structure of the library and the change with the world digitizing has made the library change. The library is always there wherever you go, in different cities. They’re the first step to life-long learning. –Terence, patron at The Indianapolis Public LibraryRead More.
Charitable Strategies to Help Your Clients
Back to school isn’t just for kids: scholarship donors provide hope to students in need. Fall has arrived, and kids are back in school. Many high school seniors are working on their college applications, while underclassmen are ensuring they have the right course-load and extracurricular activities. Unfortunately, many of our students are also worried about how they might pay for college. Tuition continues to rise faster than wages and inflation, and financial aid increasingly comes in the …Read More.
Meet Brittany Rayburn
What is your role at CICF? I am director of development for Legacy Fund, the CICF affiliate serving Hamilton County. I have the privilege of cultivating new and existing relationships with donors and professional advisors in Hamilton County. I get to help prospective donors identify the type of giving that will best meet their needs […]Read More.
2017 Annual Professional Advisor Seminar 
Business Succession Expert Turney Berry Headlines 2017 Seminar  On September 28th, CICF welcomed over 140 local professional advisors to the annual CICF Professional Advisor Seminar, featuring Turney Berry, partner at Wyatt Tarrant & Combs LLP and nationally recognized leader in the areas of estate and business planning, estate and trust administration, and charitable giving and tax-exempt organizations. Mr. Berry […]Read More.
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