2020 was a year filled with unique challenges, some that were incredibly unexpected and others that were previously ignored by too many for too long. Within these challenges is profound tragedy and loss. There also lies an incredible opportunity to collectively learn how we as a community—and as a foundation—can do better. This year has proven that our commitment to equity and reconciliation is in direct alignment with what is needed to make our community in Central Indiana a place where …Read More.
The event—sponsored by Hylant Group, Inc—served both as a grand opening of the innovative co-working and meeting space, the Collaboration Hub, and a not-for-profit showcase. Despite the weather conditions, the organizations and guests persevered for the evening. While guests dined on cuisine and beverages from Ritz Charles’ Simply Served Catering, the attendees had the opportunity to learn and engage with the participating organizations making transformative changes in our communi…Read More.
Hamilton County Community Foundation, an affiliate of CICF, approved grants and investments for Hamilton County not-for-profits, projects and initiatives totaling $175,804. These grants were awarded towards increasing capacity, expansion, projects, and initiatives in Hamilton County that serve within at least one of the three community leadership pillars of the foundation. These pillars are mental health, family […]Read More.
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.
Hamilton County Community Foundation elected new members and leadership for its board of directors. All changes are effective immediately.
In May 2021, the Collaboration Hub will be opening for small and personal group meetings by scheduling with the Collaboration Hub and Hamilton County Community Foundation.
The foundation’s annual event, Celebration of Philanthropy and Not-for-Profit Showcase, will be reimagined to align with the Collaboration Hub grand opening in Aug. 2021. More …Read More.
—a message from Thomas J. Kilian, Jr., president of Hamilton County Community Foundation To the residents and neighbors of Hamilton County, Silence is not the answer. To be silent is to be complicit. To our Black and Brown neighbors, and other underappreciated residents of Hamilton County, we see you, we hear you, and we are […]Read More.