Across the United States, the charitable sector generates incredible impact on both communities and economies. This profile is a snapshot of major statistics about Indiana’s charitable community. It’s designed to give you a broad sense of the scale and diversity of nonprofits, foundations, and charities across the state.
The following examples provide highlights of funders from Indiana and around the country that are addressing opioid and tobacco use in their communities in a variety of ways. While this is by no means a comprehensive list of funding initiatives, it does represent a range the way in which different types of funders have supported strategies to reduce opioid and tobacco use.
These tables provide a list of potential responses to tobacco use and the opioid crisis that funders may use in their communities. Funding levels are approximate and will vary based on factors such as geographic coverage or program scope.
Listing of Indiana Health Coalitions with contact information as of 9/1/16.
Key facts about foundation giving in Indiana including giving by foundation type, giving by focus area and the top Indiana foundations by giving.
This fact sheet explains what activities count as lobbying under federal tax law for private foundations.
This fact sheet has tips for private foundations using social media for policy change.
Learn how community foundations may engage in and support advocacy and lobbying.
Nonprofit organizations employed more than 10.6% of the workforce in 2013 (14.4 million workers).
More individuals work for nonprofit employers than are employed in national defense, construction, real estate, and space research combined.
Learn more in this fact sheet.
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