Central Indiana Senior Fund

The mission of Central Indiana Senior Fund is to support programs and opportunities for low-to-moderate-income older adults in Central Indiana, with a focus on under-served or isolated populations

Since its inception in 2005, Central Indiana Senior Fund has awarded more than $12.3 million to senior-focused not-for-profits and programs in Central Indiana. The fund not only provides responsive grantmaking support but also endeavors to be strategic and proactive in their funding by identifying and addressing the unique needs—and opportunities—of the aging population in our community.

Central Indiana Senior Fund continues a passion to assure that our community’s seniors have equitable access to basic needs and the ability to live with a sense of dignity and worth.

Giving Areas

The fund has identified four main impact areas for their giving:

  1. Basic needs
  2. Health & wellness
  3. Living environment of choice
  4. Life-affirming opportunities


Applications open
Application deadline
Funding Decisions Made
Applicants Notified & Funds Released

Monday, April 1, 2024

Tuesday, April 30, 2024 by 4 p.m. ET

Late September Mid October
Click here to review the application guidelines and to apply »

If you have questions, contact Allissa Impink at cisf@cicf.org. Thank you for your work on behalf of our community’s seniors.

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Research shows that older adults are the fastest-growing demographic in Central Indiana, as approximately 24,000 adults turn 55 and 22,000 turn 60 each year. By the year 2030, one in every five Hoosiers will be over the age of 65. To enhance the ability of older adults to live and thrive in Central Indiana, it is important to understand the population trends, notable changes, and basic needs of this growing demographic.

graph illustrating the population of older adults in Central Indiana

“The data within this report is monumental in how it will influence not just Central Indiana Senior Fund but all organizations that serve our seniors,” said Jim Leich, chair of the advisory board for Central Indiana Senior Fund at CICF. “Having the knowledge of how place, race and identity impact the ability to connect our older adults to resources will empower us to find and support solutions that are centered in equity.”

View and access the report

Central Indiana Senior Fund Advisors

  • Keesha Dixon – chair
  • Heather Hershberger
  • Dave Holder
  • Tony Lloyd
  • Amy Magan
  • Kevin McNulty, M.D.
  • Bud Myers
  • Jennifer Norton
  • Maria C. Pimentel-Gannon
  • Annie Smith