People from more than 120 nations call Central Indiana home, leaving their home country to start a new life as immigrants and refugees. This special episode of For Good, features representatives from the immigrant and refugee communities discussing their very real hopes and fears about living in Indianapolis. Leadership from two organizations that support resettlement will also weigh-in on the realities of life in America for these groups of people.Read More.
My mission is to be a voice and speak out and tell people what’s right and what’s wrong—to be a role model. I feel that it is my duty as a trans woman to be an advocate and speak out and help other trans folks and other LGBT people. —Lamiya, IMAGE program ambassador at Brothers […]Read More.
Nych Weaver is a senior at IUPUI School of Public and Environment Affairs who has worked for CICF as an intern since Feb. 5, 2018. He will graduate this summer with a degree in management. What do you do at CICF? I am an intern and split my time between CICF and Carriage House East […]Read More.
We are a resource for artists, the arts community and the general public as well. We’re associated with a diverse assortment of arts experiences, programs, initiatives and even arts funding. Gallery 924 was the response to the fact that Indy’s gallery scene was shifting. We now show mid-career and established artists because that is the […]Read More.
As an educator, I’m a relentless, tireless advocate for kids. I treasure the vision of kids learning and growing. Arts for Learning brings arts to the lives of kids. In my experience, kids need lots of opportunity to build confidence, identity, and creativity. Arts for Learning brings those to the lives of kids. —Charlie, secretary […]Read More.
The Summer Youth Program Fund, a collaborative of 10 local and national partners, announced that grants totaling $2,886,669 will be awarded to 165 not-for-profit organizations serving Marion County youth. The grants will fund 207 summertime programs, activities and experiences for more than 93,000 individuals ages 4-24.Read More.