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Central Indiana Racial Equity Fund Awards $860,000 to Organizations; Establishes Scholarship Fund for Individuals Impacted by Criminal Justice System
Central Indiana Racial Equity Fund (CIREF) has awarded $860,000 in grants to eight Black-led not-for-profit organizations working to advance racial equity in Indianapolis and its surrounding counties, in its second and final round of grant-making. Grants will support capacity-building and scaling up strategies for career training, mentorship, and justice-focused programs.Read More.
Hamilton County Community Foundation Awards $152.5K In Grants
Hamilton County Community Foundation, an affiliate of Central Indiana Community Foundation (CICF), announced today grants totaling $152,500 would be awarded though the Racial Equity Grassroots grant ($75,000), the LINK Youth Advisory Council (15,000), and initiative-based grants ($62,500) to organizations serving Hamilton County focusing on racial equity, as well as the community leadership initiatives of mental health, family and youth empowerment, and inclusive economic growth. Read More.
The Indianapolis Foundation Awards Over $1.5 Million into Community
The Indianapolis Foundation's board of directors has approved grants and investments for Marion County not-for-profits, projects and initiatives totaling $1,694,682. The Indianapolis Foundation, an affiliate of Central Indiana Community Foundation (CICF), awarded $794,642 in responsive grants and directed $186,040 to investment plans and opportunity funds. Additionally, The Indianapolis Foundation Library Fund granted $86,000.Read More.
The Indianapolis Foundation Awards Over $2.7 Million in Grants
The Indianapolis Foundation's board of directors has approved grants and investments for Marion County not-for-profits, projects and initiatives totaling $2,704,444.  The Indianapolis Foundation, an affiliate of CICF, directed $1,971,000 to investment plans and opportunity funds. Investment plans and opportunity funds are essential tools to assist CICF in supporting its community leadership work and leading initiatives aligned with its mission and strategic plan.  Read More.
Council District Crime Prevention Grants Program
In partnership with the Indianapolis City-County Council and the Office of Public Health and Safety, CICF has announced the first round of funding available through the Council District Crime Prevention Grants Program. The new program is administered by The Indianapolis Foundation, an affiliate of CICF, and will support new or existing projects, services, and programs that show potential to reduce crime in Marion County—either directly or indirectly.Read More.
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