The Central Indiana Senior Fund, a fund of Central Indiana Community Foundation, awarded grants to 24 senior-serving not-for-profits totaling $549,190. The Senior Fund advisory board selected organizations that are continuing to provide essential services to the senior community in Central Indiana during the COVID-19 pandemic. Read More.
Millennials. Once upon a time, this generation was synonymous with “lazy” and “self-centered.” Little did society realize that these young people would be a generation of change-makers, not only wanting to transform the world that affects them directly, but also slip on the shoes of
individuals from other walks of life.Read More.
The Community Crime Prevention Grant Program is accepting applications now through Sept. 15 for its 2020-2021 funding round. The program is funded from public resources allocated annually by the Indianapolis-Marion County City-County Council and administered by The Indianapolis Foundation, an affiliate of Central Indiana Community Foundation. Read More.
Mayor Joe Hogsett joined Horizon House executive director Teresa Wessel and Central Indiana Community Foundation (CICF), president and CEO Brian Payne to announce the first grant award from the Housing to Recovery Fund. Horizon House will receive $560,000 to expand the capacity of their housing navigation and intensive case management services, with the option to receive an additional $90,000 once agreed-upon outcomes are achieved, for a total of $650,000.Read More.
Today, Hamilton County Community Foundation, an affiliate of Central Indiana Community Foundation (CICF), announced $278,395 in grants to Hamilton County not-for-profit organizations. Grants approved by the Hamilton County Community Foundation board of directors are part of a four-pronged approach to the unprecedented coronavirus pandemic that has shaped community need in 2020 and were funded through the Endowment for Hamilton County, LINK Youth Advisory Council, and the newly created Hamilto…Read More.
In recent months, many of our neighbors and community leaders have reached out to us asking how to be a partner in racial equity work, and we are grateful. The big question always seems to be, “what can I do?” First, you must make this personal. This work is not nine-to-five.Read More.