On Feb. 12, the Hamilton County Community Foundation convened not-for-profit organizations serving Hamilton County to provide them an opportunity to learn more about innovative programs and services that are available to them in Central Indiana. During one of the sessions, a speaker asked the room if in the last year their organization had seen an increase in giving; not one hand was raised. They then asked if they had seen an increase in the need for the services that they provide; every han…Read More.
When Central Indiana Community Foundation announced its 5-year strategic plan last April, the question most asked was, “how will they do that?” With a bold vision to help create neighborhoods and environments that empower people, change systems that unfairly hold people back, and dismantle systemic racism, it’s a natural question to ask.Read More.
Pamela Ross, vice president of opportunity, equity and inclusion, and Rob MacPherson, vice president of development and strategy, shared a reflective conversation about the trip, how it affected them personally and our organization's generational commitment to racial equity in Central Indiana.Read More.
Central Indiana Community Foundation (CICF) announced the promotions of Robin Elmerick to the director of effective philanthropy and Ben Snyder to the director of marketing and communications. Both positions are effective immediately.Read More.
Central Indiana Community Foundation (CICF) and Indianapolis-based Certified B Corporation, Selfless.ly have announced a partnership. CICF is providing fiduciary support as a not for profit partner for Selfless.ly meaning that all charitable contributions made via the Selfless.ly platform will pass through CICF.Read More.
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