2014 was a good year at CICF for any number of reasons (we can think of nine right off the bat). In simple terms, we received $32 million in “money in” and distributed $42.9 million (“money out”) in 2014 as grants to Central Indiana not-for-profits, and to communities across the U.S. and …Read More.
At CICF, we strive to partner with community leaders to make a transformational impact on organizations in Central Indiana. That’s why, this year, we’re partnering with the IBJ’s 2015 Forty Under 40 to award $40,000 in grants to local community organizations. To help in their decision…Read More.
Repurposed parking meters aim to make homelessness short-lived. For the nearly 8,000 of the more than 928,000 residents that call Marion County home, home isn’t four walls and a roof. For them – the homeless – no home exists, just a never-ending struggle to find shelter, food, help and care…Read More.
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 …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…Read More.
On Thursday, December 11th, CICF Angel Investors gathered for a year-end report out from Brian Payne, president and CEO of Central Indiana Community Foundation. Held at the trendy Pattern Store on Mass Ave., the evening’s theme focused on the region’s “makers” movement and how important i…Read More.