This presentation provides an overview of Indiana foundations, as well as tips for identifying, approaching and communicating with potential funders. IGA members may customize this presentation for their own use.
Muncie, IN – Nonprofit organizations seeking grant funding from The Community Foundation of Muncie and Delaware County, Inc. will now be directed to an online grant making system to apply.
Beginning August 1, high school students throughout Clark and Floyd counties will have the opportunity to apply to receive generous, well-earned four-year scholarships through the Community Foundation of Southern Indiana.
The Indiana Arts Commission (IAC) announced it is currently accepting applications for its Partnering Arts, Community, and Education (PACE) grant program
The Community Foundation of Muncie and Delaware County, Inc. has announced the availability of applications for grants through the Foundation’s Land Conservation Fund.
The Faith & Action Project at Christian Theological Seminary connects, inspires and empowers faith communities and others to implement effective solutions for people confronting poverty.
Legacy Foundation, Lake County’s community foundation, announces it will award grants totaling $261,264 to 27 not-for-profit agencies providing services to Lake County, Ind. residents.
Nonprofit organizations are invited to this discussion on how to provide benefit programs that attract and retain key talent.
What does the term “philanthropist” mean? Would you consider yourself to be one? What factors influence how and when people give, whether that means volunteering time or donating money?