Central Indiana Community Foundation Restructures to Execute New Mission
CICF has restructured its staff of 45 full-time employees to better execute its new mission—to mobilize people, ideas and investment to make this a community where everyone has equitable opportunity to reach their full potential, no matter place, race or identity. The transitions also set the stage for the foundation’s new 5-year strategic plan, which will be fully announced in April 2019. The restructure enables CICF to more effectively create change for Central Indiana in partnership wi…Read More.
Central Indiana Community Foundation Announces Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship Recipients
Central Indiana Community Foundation affiliates, The Indianapolis Foundation and Hamilton County Community Foundation, are pleased to announce that 13 applicants from both Marion and Hamilton Counties have been awarded the Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship. Recipients will receive up to four years of full tuition to attend any accredited public or private not-for-profit college or university in Indiana. Read More.
A Conversation with CICF Scholarship Recipients
Scholarships change lives. Jesus, Monica and Gloria say the scholarships they received from CICF have changed their lives, as well as their parents and, in Gloria’s case, her two sons. These three smart and talented students sat down with For Good to talk about what it was like to set foot on a college campus for the first time, their surprise at the cost of books, advice for scholarship applicants and their plans for after college.Read More.
We Can All Make a Difference
Women’s Fund of Central has passionately increased its commitment to changing the conversation around mental health over the past two years. In 2017, Women’s Fund convened community partners to join the national Campaign to Change Direction on mental health, which began by encouraging everyone, especially residents in Central Indiana, to recognize and respond to the five signs of emotional suffering—personality change, agitation, withdrawal, poor self-care and hopelessness.Read More.
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