Grants support refugee resettlement, access to healthcare, education and economic development In its first competitive grant round of 2017, The Indianapolis Foundation, an affiliate of Central Indiana Community Foundation, allocated $1,517,100 to 29 not-for-profit organizations serving Marion County and its residents. The Indianapolis Foundation board of directors approved the grants March 21. Funding during… Continue reading.
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Education, mental health, leadership training and art among the programs receiving grants. Legacy Fund, the Central Indiana Community Foundation (CICF) affiliate serving Hamilton County, announced that $117,000 in grants will be awarded to 10 not-for-profits in the county. Legacy Fund’s board of directors voted to approve this first round of competitive grants on March… Continue reading.
Indianapolis City-County Council approved $400,000 for expedited, phase I grants. The Indianapolis Foundation will accept applications for a new phase of its Community Crime Prevention Grant Program beginning April 3.
At CICF, Andrew Black is part of a team that responsibly stewards philanthropic resources to organizations in Central Indiana that are improving the quality of life for all people in the region. Black works primarily with local arts & culture organizations, including a new initiative related to arts and education.
Hawthorne Community Center gets grant to continue its work developing self-sufficient families Imagine convening 20 people in a room to decide—and agree on —what to make for dinner. It might be hectic. When 20 of Indianapolis Business Journal’s 2017 Class of Forty Under 40 gathered at Central Indiana Community Foundation (CICF) offices on March… Continue reading.
For many donors, real estate assets represent a significant portion of their wealth, but nationwide, gifts of real estate make up less than three percent of charitable contributions every year.
In February, Central Indiana Community Foundation welcomed two new philanthropic advisors: Marissa Nielsen and Heather Woock. In their roles, both Nielsen and Woock will work directly with individuals, families and community organizations to create meaningful charitable giving plans focused on self-identified interests and goals.
Central Indiana Community Foundation (CICF) and its affiliates, The Indianapolis Foundation and Legacy Fund, have announced additions and new leadership for their boards of directors. Changes were approved in December board meetings and are effective immediately.
Women’s Fund of Central Indiana has announced additions to its advisory board effective immediately. For the second year, Melissa Proffitt, managing partner at Ice Miller LLP, will serve as board chair. She is joined by eight new advisory board members.
Women’s Fund of Central Indiana, a special interest fund of Central Indiana Community Foundation, announced Kamala Spencer as its new development director. Working closely with the Women’s Fund board, Spencer will coordinate successful and sustainable development, fundraising and donation campaigns that support the transformative work of Women’s Fund.
In its last grant allocation of 2016, Legacy Fund, a Central Indiana Community Foundation affiliate serving Hamilton County, awarded $83,500 to 10 not-for-profit organizations. Grantees receiving funding help to meet the increasing needs in Hamilton County, and break down barriers for various demographics of its residents.
The four-year, full-tuition scholarship recipients were nominated by interview committees at The Indianapolis Foundation, a CICF affiliate serving Marion County, and Legacy Fund, a CICF affiliate serving Hamilton County. Seventy-two and thirty-five students were interviewed in each county, respectively, and finalists names were submitted to Independent Colleges of Indiana, Inc. for final scholarship selections.
Architectural design and placemaking play an integral role in a city’s ability to develop, attract and retain highly-educated, creative, entrepreneurial and community-minded citizens. That is why creating and supporting inspiring places is a key element of CICF’s three-pronged community leadership initiative.
CICF recently awarded $1,078,372 to 49 area not-for-profit organizations through The Indianapolis Foundation, a CICF affiliate, and Central Indiana Senior Fund, a CICF field of interest fund. Grants were approved by their respective boards and committee members in November.
Nearly 80 organizations, individuals and families have chosen to invest in innovative and transformative projects as angel investors with Central Indiana Community Foundation (CICF). Thank you. Your faith and action inspires our organization to reach higher and strive for better and bigger successes for our community. We believe that, together, we can be the difference Central Indiana needs to become the best community in the world.