Funds will support programs providing services for youth prevention and juvenile and adult offenders.
Grants will support not-for-profits addressing community-wide issues and needs in Marion County.
Grants will address hunger, affordable housing, support for the arts, education and more.
Sixteen not-for-profits receive special “early” grant allocation to support 2014 programs focused on summertime jobs and other crime deterrents for youth.
Funds will support summer programs, including arts, career exploration and employment, community service, sports and more.
Thirteen students from Marion and Hamilton counties have been named recipients of four-year, full-tuition scholarships as the Central Indiana Community Foundation (CICF) 2014 Lilly Endowment Community Scholars.
Special Phase I allocation will expedite support for 2014 programs focused on summertime jobs and other crime deterrents for youth; details for additional Community Crime Prevention Grant to be announced.
Grants awarded to area cultural and community organizations
Four area students to receive Fund’s scholarships; Grants will address community-wide issues, support LINK Youth Council grantmaking.
Five $25,000 fellowships to be awarded to Midwest-based artists
Community foundation’s website supports creating demand for the arts in central Indiana, features compelling content from professionals and collegiate journalists.
New chairs, board members at CICF, The Indianapolis Foundation, Legacy Fund of Hamilton County
The Rachel Cecile Efroymson endowed chair has been established at the Indiana University Melvin and Bren Simon Cancer Center with a $2 million gift from the Efroymson Family Fund.
The Glick family is committed to improving educational outcomes and opportunities for kids in the far eastside, an area of Indianapolis where they have deep roots.
New funds to support "creative place-making" projects that will spark collaboration of art, community and economy in Indianapolis.
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"This is not the city I grew up in," said Alyssa Starr Newerth, director of advancement at Indy Reads Books, a locally owned bookshop. "So much has changed. People love this city so much now - you can feel it."