New chair, board members for Hamilton County community foundation Legacy Fund has announced new leadership and membership for its 2015 board of directors, effective January 1, 2015. Mr. Michael Daugherty, assistant vice president of Key Private Bank, replaces Mr. Corby Thompson as board chair of Legacy Fund; Mr. Thompson remains as a board director. Mr. […]Read More.
Grants provide support to organizations enhancing their community. Legacy Fund of Hamilton County, an affiliate of the Central Indiana Community Foundation, awarded a total of $71,394 in grants upon Legacy Fund’s Board of Directors’ approval at its November 2014 meeting. Grants were allocated to 12 not-for-profit organizations in Hamilton County that share Legacy Fund’s goal […]Read More.
The Board of Directors of The Indianapolis Foundation, an affiliate of Central Indiana Community Foundation (CICF), approved and awarded $829,722 of grants to not-for-profits serving Marion County residents on November 11 and December 9, 2014. The Indianapolis Foundation awarded grants to 16 Marion County not-for-profit organizations demonstrating a commitment to improving the community. Grant allocations […]Read More.
As of 2014, over 100 individuals and families have become Angel Investors and invested in CICF-led initiatives and projects that make Marion and Hamilton Counties better places to call home. As 2014 comes to a close, we hope that you’ll take time to celebrate the positive and lasting impact CICF’s Angel Investors have had this year by reflecting […]Read More.
CICF’s experts in giving share tips for making effective and meaningful gifts as 2014 draws to a close. It’s that time of year again. Not-for-profit organizations share plenty of opportunities to give. Your email inbox is likely full to the brim, your mailbox stuffed with compelling letters. As you finalize your charitable gifts for 2014 […]Read More.
TeenWorks offers at-risk teens a job – and a future. Sixteen-year-old Dieria Moore wanted to earn extra cash during her summer break. When TeenWorks hired her for their six-week youth employment program, the Crispus Attucks High School sophomore got more than a paycheck — much more. In 1981, Gene Glick launched TeenWorks, formally Pro100, to employ […]Read More.