At 29th and Clifton, near Riverside, there’s a sense of collaboration, unity and pride. It’s a place where neighbors look out for each other and not-for-profit organizations passionately amplify the gifts and assets of the community’s youth and young adults. In this month’s episode of For Good, CICF ambassador and resident, DeAmon Harges, along with a few of his neighbors, highlight the talents and opportunities of their community.Read More.
At its March board of directors’ meeting, The Indianapolis Foundation, an affiliate of Central Indiana Community Foundation, announced the allocation of $2,007,580 to not-for-profit organizations in Marion County. Grants support 40 initiatives related to access to transportation, healthy youth, education, arts and culture, and workplace opportunities for people with disabilities, among others.Read More.
We really meet our students where they are, and they appreciate having the opportunity for a second chance. We want to accept students who really need the training and are sincere about working hard in the industry. We’ve had over 700 graduates, including a former chef for the Colts, but I’ve seen some of my […]Read More.
Libraries are not traditionally places that immigrant or refugee communities are accustomed to. Often in their home countries libraries do not exist at all—the concept makes no sense. Or libraries are connected to government, which can be iffy at times. So we try to reshape how that community sees and experiences libraries; what do we […]Read More.
Central Indiana Community Foundation (CICF) announced Jennifer Bartenbach as its new executive vice president effective immediately. In addition to this new role, Bartenbach will continue her role as CICF’s chief financial officer. In this newly formed position, Bartenbach will oversee internal operations, including policy, performance and process management, as well as continuing her responsibilities related to fiscal […]Read More.