Trinity Free Clinic Provides No-Cost Medical Clinics to Residents Divorced, uninsured woman in need of emergency eye surgery; laid off asthmatic unable to afford medication; uninsured mom with severe dental problems; factory worker with debilitating back pain; immigrant children in need of immunizations. The list of Hamilton County’s Trinity Free Clinic patients is diverse and […]Read More.
The Legacy Fund board of directors, an affiliate of Central Indiana Community Foundation serving Hamilton County, awarded $21,000 in grants to three local not-for-profit organizations: Girls on the Run of Hamilton County; Best Buddies Indiana and; Hamilton County Area Neighborhood Development, Inc. The grants were awarded at the board’s March 11, 2015 meeting. A 10-week […]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 Legacy Fund; Mr. Thompson remains as a board director. Mr. […]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 to 12 not-for-profit organizations in Hamilton County that share Legacy Fund’s goal […]Read More.
Legacy Fund annual award recognizes philanthropic contributions to the community. The Legacy Fund Living Legacy Award was given to the children of A.W. “Mac” and Arline Reynolds, including Gary and Cindy Reynolds, as well as Reynolds Farm Equipment for their philanthropic contributions to Fishers and Hamilton County. The award was made during Legacy Fund’s Celebration of Philanthropy […]Read More.
Carmel family honors their late son’s love for animals through a Personal Foundation. Facing the loss of a child is every parent’s worst nightmare; Don and Polly Trainor know this reality all too well. On March 21, 2010, their son, Patrick Trainor, drowned after driving his car into a retention pond. He was just 19. […]Read More.