Wednesday, October 6, 2021
Reception: 5 p.m., Dinner: 6-8 p.m.
Indiana Roof Ballroom, 140 W Washington St, Indianapolis, IN 46204
Thank you for your interest in IPA's Philanthropy Leads Dinner!
Select the button above to purchase a full table or to buy single seats for the IPA Philanthropy Leads Dinner on October 6, 2021, at the Indiana Roof Ball Room. If you are interested in joining the Closing the Racial Wealth Gap Symposium taking place immediately before the dinner, please go here.
Each table sponsorship gives you:
- Group seating for *six of your guests
- Company name recognition on your table and within the event program
- Premiere table placement
*NOTE: To provide social distancing, standard tables seat six. However, we can accommodate two additional seats at your table, if requested. If you are immunocompromised and need private seating, please let us know.
About the Event
At this premiere event, IPA CEO Claudia Cummings will host a fireside chat with Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb and Clay Robbins, CEO of Lilly Endowment, Inc. These Hoosier leaders will discuss the importance of government and philanthropy working together to improve opportunities for all Hoosiers and elevate Indiana. They will share stories about projects and partnerships that have been most successful and what they have learned during their careers. These lessons promise to be both inspiring and instructive, as philanthropic organizations more and more position themselves to be community leaders—involved in their own projects as well as those spurred by ARPA, READI, and other public and private initiatives.
During the dinner, we will also celebrate the inaugural graduating class of the Mutz Philanthropic Leadership Institute and hear remarks for the program’s namesake John Mutz, philanthropist and former Lt. Governor of the State of Indiana.
IPA is proud to welcome WISH-TV's Alexis Rogers as its Dinner emcee.
Your Safety is Our Highest Priority
IPA is taking precautions to ensure this event is safe for everyone by requiring attendees to comply with COVID-19 health and safety protocols that are at least as strict as those dictated by state and local law. IPA continues to monitor the evolving situation and will make a final determination on mitigation procedures near the time of the event. Safety protocols will be provided to registrants prior to the event date.