Central Indiana Community Foundation Celebrates OrthoIndy Foundation $10 Million Grant Milestone
(Indianapolis, May 13, 2014) – Central Indiana Community Foundation (CICF) is thrilled to congratulate OrthoIndy Foundation, a fund of CICF, in awarding over $10 million to the community. This remarkable achievement reflects the OrthoIndy Foundation’s unwavering commitment to improving the lives of Central Indiana residents. Over the past 12 years, the OrthoIndy Foundation has provided […]Read More.
Attracting Next-Gen Philanthropists Through Demonstrated Impact
By Clark Collier, Director of Giving Strategies, Central Indiana Community Foundation  As philanthropic advisors in central Indiana, we are experiencing firsthand the results of generational culture shifts. At Central Indiana Community Foundation, we are seeing that as the wealth of Boomers and Gen X philanthropists is shifting to Millennials and Gen Zers, each generation brings […]Read More.
Mayor Joe Hogsett and the Indianapolis Foundation Announce Fifth Round of Elevation Grant Recipients
INDIANAPOLIS, April 3, 2024 – Today, Mayor Joe Hogsett, the Indianapolis Foundation, and the Indianapolis City-County Council announced the fifth round of grantees receiving funding through the Elevation Grant Program. Twenty-seven grants, totaling more than $5.1 million, will be distributed to Indianapolis organizations. The funding supports local, grassroots nonprofits working to address root causes of […]Read More.
Hamilton County Not-for-profits to Receive $240k Multi-Year Investment from Hamilton County Community Foundation
Hamilton County Community Foundation is proud to announce an investment of $240,000 over three years in support of two not-for-profit organizations dedicated to enhancing the well-being of Hamilton County residents. “The two not-for-profits we selected to receive this funding are both highly unique and enhance the lives of our Hamilton County neighbors in ways rarely […]Read More.
Woman finds dream job through Exodus Refugee
Priscilla Lalthanmawii launches business in Greenwood two years after resettlement Priscilla Lalthanmawii and her 12-year-old son arrived in the United States on Feb. 24, 2015. The day was long-awaited. They fled Burma in 2008 and were living in a Malaysian refugee camp for five years before being granted a resettlement appointment with the United Nations. […]Read More.
I got hooked on theatre very young. In elementary school, I felt like it fit and it was fun…I had a good middle/high school teacher. Theatre was fun and she pushed us. For a lot of children—and even adults–the IRT has been their one theatre experience. That is a great thing to tout. [Among] our sisters/brother […]Read More.
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