Central Indiana Community Foundation

Established in 1997 as a partnership between Marion County’s The Indianapolis Foundation and Hamilton County’s Legacy Fund, the Central Indiana Community Foundation aims to improve the lives of Central Indiana residents.  The Foundation holds assets of over $700 million and awards more than $40 million in grants each year to Central Indiana nonprofits.  In 2004, it launched its Family Success program, which aims to break the cycle of poverty through direct services, network building, and policy work. As part of that initiative, the foundation supported the creation of Centers for Working Families, seven neighborhood-based sites where people can access employment services, financial literacy and coaching, and asset-building programs.

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