Central Indiana Senior Fund
The mission of the Central Indiana Senior Fund is to support programs and opportunities for low-to-moderate income older adults in Central Indiana, with a focus on under-served or isolated populations
Since its inception in 2005, the Central Indiana Senior Fund has awarded more than $7.6 million to senior focused not-for-profits and programs in Central Indiana. The fund not only provides responsive grant-making support, but also endeavors to be strategic and proactive in their funding by identifying and addressing the unique needs of, and opportunities for, the aging population.
The Central Indiana Senior Fund continues a passion to assure that the elderly in our community have the basics of life and live the last chapters of their lives with a sense of dignity and worth.
The fund has identified four main impact areas for their giving:
- Basic needs
- Health & wellness
- Living environment of choice
- Life-affirming opportunities
request for proposal: The State of Aging in Central Indiana
The CISF Advisory Board seeks the professional expertise of a qualified organization as a research and dissemination partner over three years to prepare and refine a ‘State of Aging’ report. The report initiative includes creative information dissemination and engagement with senior–serving organizations, civic and public entities and philanthropic organizations.
Submissions no longer being accepted.
If you have any questions regarding the Central Indiana Senior Fund grant-making process, please contact Julie Koegel.
Central Indiana Senior Fund Advisors
- H. Ken Bennett – chair
- C. Andrew Class, MD
- Ron Flickinger
- Susan J. Guyett
- Heather Hershberger
- Kim Jacobs
- James Leich
- Jane Malkoff
- Ellen Miller, PhD
- Nancy Silvers Rogers