The Indianapolis Foundation board of directors has approved grants for Marion County not-for-profit organizations totaling $1,131,800.
The Indianapolis Foundation, an affiliate of Central Indiana Community Foundation (CICF), has focused competitive and strategic grant-making to align with its five community leadership initiatives for Marion County: family stabilization, economic mobility, criminal justice reform, neighborhood empowerment and placemaking, and dismantling systemic racism. Ad…Read More.
The silver lining to these times of uncertainty, fear and isolation is the collective groundswell toward generosity. We are seeing a tremendous amount of charitable giving through community-based relief funds as well as specific not-for-profits. You can be a terrific resource to your clients as to how to be helpful in the midst of this crisis.Read More.
One purpose of the $2 trillion stimulus bill, the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act, signed into law on March 27, 2020 (the “CARES Act”), is to support the not-for-profit community, in part by providing temporary charitable giving income tax incentives and related measures.Read More.
The health, vitality and quality of life for all our residents are of the greatest importance to us. This virus will undoubtedly have a significant and disproportionate impact on our most vulnerable populations and on our already challenged neighborhoods and communities. We have laid forth the plans below with this at the forefront of our collective thoughts. Read More.
Central Indiana Community Foundation (CICF), its affiliates, The Indianapolis Foundation and Hamilton County Community Foundation, and Women’s Fund of Central Indiana are closing our offices in Downtown Indianapolis and Carmel to reduce the risk of virus transmissions in the midst of concerns surrounding the coronavirus, now considered by the World Health Organization as a global pandemic.Read More.
CICF has been a crucial partner in helping the Indianapolis Public Transportation Foundation become operational. The Indianapolis Public Transportation Foundation is headquartered at the CICF’s Downtown Indianapolis location, and the CICF manages the fund.Read More.