Question: What makes a newsletter great? What makes it sing? Answer: Unique insight that helps you do your job and serve your clients better. Or possibly a really stirring collegiate fight song or any one of these. In an effort to make ours more melodious, we’re introducing a new department called “Ask Ruthie” featuring our […]Read More.
With 2014 winding to a close, we’ve been scratching our collective heads to find the perfect gift for our professional advisor friends. And then it hit us: How about year-end charitable giving tips shared by other professional advisors? It seemed like the perfect idea, plus meaningful tips from your peers are way better than one […]Read More.
In October 2014, the Central Indiana Senior Fund board awarded 34 grants totaling $693,506 to local organizations for projects that support the community’s elders as part of the fund’s annual grants. The board specifically sought to fund organizations that improve lives of seniors in isolation and that have a low-to-moderate income. A committee of ten […]Read More.
Legacy Fund annual award recognizes philanthropic contributions to the community. The Legacy Fund Living Legacy Award was given to the children of A.W. “Mac” and Arline Reynolds, including Gary and Cindy Reynolds, as well as Reynolds Farm Equipment for their philanthropic contributions to Fishers and Hamilton County. The award was made during Legacy Fund’s Celebration of Philanthropy […]Read More.
$1 million grant from The Efroymson Family Fund will support innovative museum programs and initiatives through 2018 Indianapolis Museum of Art is excited to announce the inventive new ARTx series, made possible with a $1 million gift from The Efroymson Family Fund, a fund of Central Indiana Community Foundation (CICF). The ARTx series was developed […]Read More.
Carmel family honors their late son’s love for animals through a Personal Foundation. Facing the loss of a child is every parent’s worst nightmare; Don and Polly Trainor know this reality all too well. On March 21, 2010, their son, Patrick Trainor, drowned after driving his car into a retention pond. He was just 19. […]Read More.