Women’s History Month Belongs to All of Usentral Indiana Community Foundation (CICF) elected new directors and leadership for its board of directors and the boards of its affiliates, The Indianapolis Foundation and Hamilton County Community Foundation, as well as the advisory board for Women’s Fund of Central Indiana and the board of directors for the William English Foundation Inc., both funds of CICF. All changes are effective immediately. Read More.
Q&A with Leslie BowlesMeet Leslie Bowles. Bowles is the new Senior Director of Philanthropy & Community Engagement at Women’s Fund Central Indiana. In this newly created role, she will provide strategy, direction, and oversight for all aspects of Women’s Fund’s fundraising, cultivation and stewardship. Read More.
Women’s Fund of Central Indiana Awards $241,500Women’s Fund of Central Indiana, a CICF fund, recently awarded grants to 14 local organizations totaling $241,500. These grants support projects that align with the Women’s Fund mission to make this a community where all women and girls have an equitable opportunity to reach her full potential—no matter her place, race or identity.Read More.
Women’s Fund Announces $750,000 Grant for Therapeutic Theatre ProgramAsante Children’s Theatre and Partners to Create Sankofa Paradigm for Girls Women’s Fund of Central Indiana announced tonight at its annual event, Power of Women’s Fund Philanthropy, the recipient of a $750,000 grant that will be distributed over three years. The grant was awarded to Asante Children’s Theatre to create the Sankofa Paradigm Program, a […]Read More.
Women’s Fund of Central Indiana Commits Over $1 Million to Mental Health Services for Women, GirlsWomen’s Fund of Central Indiana is committing over $1 million to mental health services and programming for women and girls. A portion of the money, nearly $300,000, will support the launch of a Give an Hour office in Indianapolis that will offer one-on-one mental health counseling for marginalized women and girls. An additional $750,000 will be awarded to a 501(c)3 organization that can work with Women’s Fund to disrupt the status quo of mental health in Central Indiana with a bold, inno…Read More.