Women’s Fund and Central Indiana Community Foundation Staff Joined Together to Help Indiana Diaper Bank National volunteer month began in 1974 to encourage more people to volunteer within their communities and to honor those who volunteer regularly. Many small not-for-profits depend heavily on volunteers giving their time. Volunteering is an easy way to bring some […]Read More.
Meet Mikaili Azziz. She is the new marketing & communications associate at CICF. In this role, Mikaili provides a mix of marketing functions and brings thought leadership, strategy and execution to best tell the stories of the organization, with a focus on Hamilton County Community Foundation and the communities it serves.Read More.
Thirty miles north of Indianapolis just to the east of U.S. 31 on 276th Street in western Jackson Township, Hamilton County, Indiana, stand the remains of Roberts Settlement, an African-American pioneer farm settlement. It was founded in 1835 by free Blacks of mixed racial heritage who migrated mostly from North Carolina and Virginia to escape deteriorating racial conditions in the South.Read More.
-by Gabrielle Sanchez Steenberger Communications Associate, CICF In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, I sat down with Fabio Yataco, community leadership officer at The Indianapolis Foundation, who has been recognized several times as a leader in our philanthropic community. He recently joined the Líderes (leaders) fellowship,—a program created by Hispanics in Philanthropy—that celebrates and connects […]Read More.
In honor of Labor Day, Gabrielle Sanchez-Steenberger, communications associate, shares her recent experiences with community organizing among fellow graduate students to create more equity in higher education.Read More.