23 years, 10 months and 25 days in prison for crimes he did not commit. In the state of Indiana, inmates who are found guilty are offered reintegration services after their release from prison, however, those who are discovered to be innocent and therefore exonerated, often after years of imprisonment, are not offered any such […]Read More.
$25 million Lilly Endowment grant supports partnership with the City of Indianapolis for design, construction, and community engagement and support Today, Central Indiana Community Foundation (CICF) announced it has received a $25 million grant from Lilly Endowment Inc. to support the Connected Communities Initiative, a collaboration with the City of Indianapolis. The funding will significantly […]Read More.
Congratulations to these extraordinary leaders in the Indianapolis community on being selected for the newest class of OPTIONS. Tamara L. Cypress CSR Lead Consultant Black Onyx Management, Inc. Danielle M. Dove Director of Marketing & Sales Indiana Repertory Theatre Nashelle Frazier Community and Economic Development Manager Fifth Third Bank Hilary Horrey Community Relations and […]Read More.
In 2021, Women’s Fund of Central Indiana awarded $13,500 to Concord Neighborhood Center to support their after school programming. Women’s Fund and Concord have maintained a long standing relationship due to the incredible work they are doing in the community. Concord Neighborhood Center’s mission is to provide opportunities that advance the education, health, well-being and independence for […]Read More.
Women’s Fund of Central Indiana is committed to ensuring organizations that are led by people of color— and serve mostly women and girls of color— have an equal opportunity to receive funding. To accomplish this, the Women’s Fund Advisory Board set aside funds for and created the Thrive grant round. We are excited so many […]Read More.
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