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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.
Introducing Equity Framework for grants made through The Indianapolis Foundation
Over the last year, our grantmaking team, led by Andrew Black and Alicia Collins, directors of community leadership, have interrogated our responsive processes for grants made through The Indianapolis Foundation; worked closely with our neighbors and CICF Community Ambassadors; benchmarked against other foundations moving toward equity and anti-racism; and learned a lot through efforts to get COVID-19 relief to our most vulnerable neighbors who need it most. This diligence will allow us to ev…Read More.
CICF and The Indianapolis Foundation Partner with Community to Award More Than $1 Million in Response to COVID-19 Crisis
The Indianapolis Foundation, an affiliate of Central Indiana Community Foundation (CICF), announced $1,173,799 in grants to Marion County not-for-profit organizations. Grants approved by The Indianapolis Foundation board of directors on Tuesday, May 12, are part of a four-pronged approach to the unprecedented coronavirus pandemic that has shaped community need in 2020 and were funded through the Endowment for Indianapolis and the newly created Neighbor Relief Fund for Marion County.Read More.
The Indianapolis Foundation Awards $322,000 to Local Not-for-Profit Organizations
The Indianapolis Foundation, an affiliate of Central Indiana Community Foundation, awarded $322,000 grants to 11 not-for-profit organizations serving Marion County. Grants, approved by The Indianapolis Foundation’s board of directors, support organizations and programs that address substance abuse, homelessness, mental health, leadership development, food insecurity and local theater, among other issues.Read More.
Crime Prevention Grants Totaling $2.3 Million Announced by The Indianapolis Foundation on Behalf of City-County Council
Board members for The Indianapolis Foundation, an affiliate of Central Indiana Community Foundation, announced the allocation of $2,325,000 to 52 organizations as part of the Community Crime Prevention Grant Program. Award amounts range from $10,000 to $100,000. The grant program is funded from public resources allocated annually by the Indianapolis City-County Council. At the request of the City-County Council in April 2013, The Indianapolis Foundation entered into a contract with the Cit…Read More.
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