Indiana Philanthropy Alliance (IPA) is a nonprofit membership association of and for the state’s philanthropic grantmaking community.
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Mark H. Miller, Chair
Manager, Community Affairs
Suzanne Light, Vice Chair
Kosciusko County Community Foundation
This webinar explains important provisions of the Indiana Code and Internal Revenue Code that affect your daily work. Understanding this legal framework will benefit your management, governance and asset development strategies.
As a benefit of IPA membership, you have complimentary access to monthly webinars about family philanthropy hosted by the National Center for Family Philanthropy.
This toolkit, created by FrameWorks Institute, contains communications resources based on the scientific story of child development.
The Jessie Ball duPont Fund created this guidebook to document what it learned about disaster response during the weeks and months following the 2011 Alabama tornadoes. A recording of a webinar based on the guidebook is also available.
For many years, Indiana implemented its own standards program, in a reciprocal relationship with the National Standards Board. Effective January 1, 2013, Indiana discontinued its process and Indiana community foundations are strongly encouraged t
The livability of communities is a close second only to schools in driving residential investment, growing wealth and boosting the economic prospects of a region.
Building on our 2008 survey, this report provides insight into the effects of the recession on foundation assets, giving and operations.
GIFT is an initiative of the Lilly Endowment, through which the Endowment has supported the development of a community foundation in each of Indiana's 92 counties.
Summer is a great time to gather creative ideas for your youth philanthropy team, and the upcoming YPII/GIFT conference, Youth Philanthropy Rocks!, is the perfect place to rock your inner philanthropist!
Join IPA and Lewis C. Ricci, Executive Director of the Indiana Arts Commission, for the third webinar in our Coffee Talk series.
Our members have access to a collection of books on philanthropy and grantmaking housed at the IPA Lending Library. The following is a selection of available books.
The publication includes highlights from 2011 and the first half of 2012.