Funding Supports 13 Projects Aligned with Community Leadership Initiatives Hamilton County Community Foundation board of directors has announced the allocation of $177,000 to 13 not-for-profit organizations and programs aligned with the foundation’s community leadership initiatives: mental health, family and youth empowerment, and inclusive economic growth. Grants were made possible by the Community Endowment for Hamilton […]Read More.
Carmel-based software product design and development company, SEP, has announced the formation of The SEP Foundation, a fund of Hamilton County Community Foundation. The SEP Foundation has allocated $75,000 to grant recipients throughout the Indianapolis area.Read More.
Hamilton County Community Foundation has selected three Hamilton County residents to receive its annual Community Pillar Awards. The 2019 honorees are Scott Fadness, mayor of the City of Fishers, Dan Clark, vice chancellor for Ivy Tech’s Noblesville Campus, and Lauren Guynn, executive director for Shepherd’s Center of Hamilton County. Award recipients will be recognized at the 11th annual Celebration of Philanthropy at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 7, at Ritz Charles in Carmel.Read More.
Hamilton County Community Foundation board of directors announced the allocation of $92,500 to 12 not-for-profit organizations serving Hamilton County. A portion of the total awarded ($15,000) was allocated to organizations selected by the LINK Youth Advisory Council.Read More.
The Summer Youth Program Fund, a funding collaborative of 10 local and national partners, announced grants totaling $2,928,182 will be awarded to 169 not-for-profit organizations serving youth in Marion County. The grants will fund 210 summertime programs, activities and experiences for individuals ages 4-24. The collaborative will also support organizations through capital grants totaling just over $800,000.Read More.
Hamilton County Community Foundation, an affiliate of Central Indiana Community Foundation, announced today grants totaling $75,000 will be awarded to eight not-for-profit organizations serving Hamilton County. The grants support health, education and transportation initiatives ensuring all Hamilton County residents have equitable opportunity to lead safe and healthy lives.Read More.