Recent Changes in Our Grant Making for Marion CountyCICF announced a new mission in 2018 and recently launched its strategic plan for Marion County. We understand some of our grantees and partners may have questions as a result. CICF’s community leadership team recorded a presentation to answer some of our most frequently asked questions about Marion County grants.Read More.
Major Announcements at Power of Women’s Fund PhilanthropyWow! Were you with us earlier this month for Power of Women's Fund Philanthropy, presented by Glick Philanthropies? We were excited to celebrate more than twenty years of grant making, announce a $750,000 mental health grant, share a unique partnership with the grant-making Motor Speedway and hear from Brooke Shields, a conversation sponsored by Cindy Simon Skjodt.Read More.
Mental Health in Our CommunityMay is mental health month, and an important conversation in Central Indiana. In this month’s episode of For Good, CICF vice president of community leadership and effective philanthropy, Tamara Winfrey-Harris, talks to individuals from all over the community about their mental health advocacy and personal experiences around mental health. On this episode, hear from: Steve Orusa, fire chief for the city of Fishers Department of Fire and Emergency Services; Chris Paulsen, CEO at Indiana Youth…Read More.
Central Indiana Community Foundation Welcomes Dr. LaTasha SturdivantSturdivant, Guadalupe Pimentel Solano to join community leadership and effective philanthropy team Central Indiana Community Foundation (CICF) today announced the appointment of Dr. LaTasha Sturdivant as senior director of special initiatives and research on the foundation’s community leadership and effective philanthropy team. Additionally, Guadalupe Pimentel Solano has been hired as a community leadership officer. Both […]Read More.
Designing for Equity and Inclusion"Nothing extraordinary ever happens without someone reaching past the constraints of the current reality to ask, “What if…?” I spend a lot of time thinking about these things, and so does Central Indiana Community Foundation (CICF). What if Indianapolis and central Indiana were the best city and region in the country at ….?"Read More.