Central Indiana Senior Fund Awards Over $1 Million in Grants
Investments to support organizations serving seniors in the community  Central Indiana Senior Fund, a fund of Central Indiana Community Foundation (CICF), announced grant funding of $1,085,000 to 44 organizations serving Central Indiana seniors. The fund invests in organizations and programs that serve seniors—ages 55 and older—who have low- to moderate-income or experience isolation from community […]Read More.
Hamilton County Community Foundation Awards $183k in Grants
Hamilton County Community Foundation, an affiliate of CICF, approved grants and investments for Hamilton County not-for-profits, projects and initiatives totaling $183,224. The Hamilton County Community Foundation board of directors has approved grants and investments for Hamilton County not-for-profits, projects and initiatives totaling $183,224. Grants support projects and initiatives within the foundation’s three community leadership pillars—mental health, family and youth …Read More.
The Indianapolis Foundation-City-Cummins partnership helps strengthen neighborhoods, not-for-profits and residents with $3M, three-year investment
The Indianapolis Foundation has launched Neighborhood Empowerment Pathways, a three-year, $3 million partnership with Cummins, Inc. and The City of Indianapolis to sustain grassroots not-for-profits that are closest to the community’s assets and challenges, and through their proximity, uniquely positioned to supply solutions and seize opportunities. The partnership makes possible trainings, such as Executive Mindset, Strategic Planning for Grassroots and Community-Based Organizations, and D…Read More.
Spotlighting Stories: Gip Got Tips & PitchFeast
By Noah J. Sandel In preparation for the 10th anniversary of PitchFeast, we explore one of the many transformational stories that were discovered through the event. PitchFeast is more than a pitch-style event – it is an experience. Gip wasn’t the first Gip. Dwayne “Gip” Gibson found his professional moniker through his father’s nickname. Maybe […]Read More.