Central Indiana Community Foundation’s Artist Ambassadors announced more than 40 recipients that will receive a total of $36,000 in grants. These micro-grants were created by the CICF Artist Ambassadors in response to the disproportionate impact of COVID-19 on under-appreciated artists and are intended as a bridge for those seeking small grants to simply keep creating. Both visual and performing artists received support with these grants.Read More.
From Tashi Copeland—The lack of opportunity, equity and inclusion in corporate America has been a hot-topic this year. However, not-for-profit entities cannot be excluded from this conversation. Multiple studies show that this industry still is predominantly White, especially in terms of leadership roles and boards. Not-for-profit leaders need to raise their awareness of the barriers facing aspiring leaders of color, build their capacity to address these barriers—and ultimately dismantle …Read More.
Meet Noah Sandel. Noah is the new strategic communications associate at Hamilton County Community Foundation. In this newly created role, they will develop external brand messaging, drive editorial story planning, and engage in campaign communication strategies.Read More.
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