The Indianapolis Foundation received a $250,000 grant in the second round of funding from the Indianapolis African American Quality of Life Initiative (IAAQLI). The grant award will support organizations participating in the not-for-profit infrastructure development portion of the foundation’s Neighborhood Empowerment Pathways program.Read More.
Women’s Fund of Central Indiana, a Central Indiana Community Foundation (CICF) fund, announced today the distribution of $500,000 in grants to support women and girl serving organizations in the Central Indiana community. Women’s Fund more than doubled its grantmaking support from the previous year. “Expanding opportunities and amplifying the voices of women and girls is […]Read More.
Today, Mayor Joe Hogsett and The Indianapolis Foundation announced applications for the third round of the Elevation Grant Program will open on Monday, Jan. 16, 2023, at ElevationGrant.org. Powered by American Rescue Plan funding for pandemic relief, this initiative will invest $45 million in neighborhoods through 2024 to address root causes of violent crime in Indianapolis.Read More.
The Indianapolis Foundation, a member of the CICF philanthropic collaborative, awarded responsive grants that align with the foundation’s mission to mobilize people, ideas and investments to make this a community where all individuals have equitable opportunity to reach their full potential no matter place, race or identity. The Indianapolis Foundation’s grants support either general operating costs or program support for organizations.Read More.
Today, Mayor Joe Hogsett and The Indianapolis Foundation, an affiliate of Central Indiana Community Foundation (CICF), announced the second round of funding awarded by the Elevation Grant Program. Previously known as the Violent Crime Reduction Grant Program, this initiative has committed to investing $45 million in neighborhoods over the next three years to address root causes of violent crime in Indianapolis.
This second round—the final round for the year—has awarded over $8.6 millio…Read More.
Central Indiana Senior Fund, a fund of Central Indiana Community Foundation (CICF), announced grant funding of $1,085,000 to 44 organizations serving Central Indiana seniors. The fund invests in organizations and programs that serve seniors—ages 55 and older—who have low- to moderate-income or experience isolation from community resources and opportunities. Read More.