-by Brian Payne President and CEO of CICF and President of The Indianapolis Foundation My dad was an 18 year-old ensign in the Navy during the end of World War II. And when he came home from serving his country, he was able to take advantage of legislation designed to provide immediate rewards for returning […]Read More.
This month’s episode of, “For Good” introduces a transformative workshop presented by Child Advocates called, Undoing Racism. For several Marion and Hamilton county agencies, this innovative program is changing business as usual…opening eyes, hearts and minds of staff and volunteers. Over the course of the last year, all CICF employees have participated in the 2-day workshop, as well as members of its board. Listen to hear how the workshop is reshaping our work in the community.Read More.
Every November, Legacy Fund honors the good work of people and not-for-profit organizations in Hamilton County. But every year is different, and this year is no exception. In fact, here’s five reasons to secure your ticket today.Read More.
The seniors are really looking for a hub for resources and fellowship and to get out and see what is going on in their community. Senior community is a big part of the redevelopment plan for this area, they’re on boards and staying active here so they take a lot of ownership and pride in […]Read More.
Over the years the library has changed night and day. The physical structure of the library and the change with the world digitizing has made the library change. The library is always there wherever you go, in different cities. They’re the first step to life-long learning. –Terence, patron at The Indianapolis Public LibraryRead More.
Back to school isn’t just for kids: scholarship donors provide hope to students in need. Fall has arrived, and kids are back in school. Many high school seniors are working on their college applications, while underclassmen are ensuring they have the right course-load and extracurricular activities. Unfortunately, many of our students are also worried about how they might pay for college. Tuition continues to rise faster than wages and inflation, and financial aid increasingly comes in the …Read More.