Not-for-profits tend to be very willing to allow donors to restrict their planned gifts as a commitment to respect the intentions, preferences, and relationship to the donor—and their occasional idiosyncrasies. Charitable gift planners and development officers want to ensure that donors are con…Read More.
Imagine being 22-years-old and spending the next 24 years in prison for crimes you did not commit. Then, finally, the state recognizes that they locked up the wrong guy, and you are exonerated and released into a fast-paced, technology-crazed society that resembles very little of the life you onc…Read More.
Central Indiana Senior Fund, a fund of Central Indiana Community Foundation, awarded grants to 31 senior-serving not-for-profits totaling $979,762. The Senior Fund advisory board selected organizations that continue to provide essential services to the senior community in Central India…Read More.
Meet emily ambriz. Emily is the marketing and communications manager at women’s fund, a cicf affiliate. What excites you about your new role? I am so excited to help share the stories of Women’s Fund. Since no one has been in a marketing role full-time, the sky is the limit and I have…Read More.
Meet leah nahmias Leah serves as a community leadership officer. What excites you about your new role? I started my career as a teacher so I’m excited to be back in a role where my work directly impacts kids, even if I’m not interacting with them every day. Plus educators and others…Read More.
In partnership with our strategic partner, Cause Impact LLC, The Indianapolis Foundation and Hamilton County Community Foundation, affiliates of Central Indiana Community Foundation, announced the six members of the 2021 Innovation Catalyst cohort.Read More.