The Indianapolis Foundation, a Central Indiana Community Foundation affiliate, has announced that it is accepting applications for phase II of the Community Crime Prevention Grants Program starting July 1 through July 31. The grant program is funded from public resources allocated annually by Indianapolis City-County Council and has been administered by the Indianapolis Foundation since 2013.Read More.
Marion County not-for-profit organizations (23) will receive grants totaling $1,429,000 from The Indianapolis Foundation, a Central Indiana Community Foundation affiliate. Grants were approved on May 9 by the foundation’s board of directors.Read More.
Legacy Fund approved the allocation of $124,500 to 16 not-for-profit organizations serving Hamilton County at its May 9 board meeting. Three of the grants approved by Legacy Fund’s board totaling $15,000 were recommended by LINK Youth Advisory Council (LINK). Read More.
Grants from funding collaborative, Summer Youth Program Fund, will serve 58,212 local youth The Summer Youth Program Fund, a collaborative of 11 local and national partners, will provide $2,629,279 in grants to support youth summer programs at 172 not-for-profit organizations in Marion County. The grants will fund 204 summertime programs, activities and experiences for more […]Read More.
Grants support refugee resettlement, access to healthcare, education and economic development In its first competitive grant round of 2017, The Indianapolis Foundation, an affiliate of Central Indiana Community Foundation, allocated $1,517,100 to 29 not-for-profit organizations serving Marion County and its residents. The Indianapolis Foundation board of directors approved the grants March 21. Funding during this […]Read More.
Indianapolis City-County Council approved $400,000 for expedited, phase I grants. The Indianapolis Foundation will accept applications for a new phase of its Community Crime Prevention Grant Program beginning April 3.